Articles from the April 28, 2015 edition

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Judge King recertified for service after completion of course work

Magisterial District Judge Richard G. King was again certified for service as a member of Pennsylvania’s Unified Judicial System after successful completion recently of continuing legal education course work. Conducted by the... — Updated 4/27/2015


Beltzhoover shooting investigated

Zone 3 police are investigating a shooting in Beltzhoover at approximately 2:30 a.m. on April 22. Officers were stopped by someone near the Zone 3 station and told they heard gun shots. After notifying 911, officers were told... — Updated 4/27/2015


Readshaw's annual Gettysburg Monuments Ball successful

State Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, declared the 12th annual Preservation Ball held last month in the Capitol Rotunda in Harrisburg was "a complete and unconditional success."... — Updated 4/27/2015


Goodwill offering English language, civics classes

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania is seeking students for its EL Civics classes. This course was created to help non-native English speakers improve their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills while also learning... — Updated 4/27/2015


Bon Air Block Watch meets May 6

The Bon Air Block Watch will meet on Wednesday, May 6, 6:30 p.m. in the gazebo area of Bon Air Parklet. Representatives from the Zone 3 Police and District 4 Council Member Natalia Rudiak’s office have been invited to... — Updated 4/27/2015


Something for everyone at So. Side Library

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – South Side has events going on all spring for everyone. For teens, the South Side Library is the place to be every Monday from 4-6 p.m. There’s tons of fun happening at Teen Lounge from... — Updated 4/27/2015


Trinity to hold a bookfest during Kids Book Week

Trinity Lutheran Church, 601 Brownsville Road in Mount Oliver, will hold a bookfest on Saturday, May 16 during “Kids Book Week.” Every child attending will receive a new book to take home. There will also be many gently read... — Updated 4/27/2015


CCI Center renamed for Ann Jones Gerace

The CCI Center in South Side has been renamed to the Ann Jones Gerace Center. Ann Jones Gerace provided pioneering leadership at Conservation Consultants Inc.-the South Side-based residential energy performance nonprofit... — Updated 4/27/2015


Walkshop and Workshop in McKinley Park

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A walk in the (South Side) Park

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Chamber welcomes marathon runners, watchers

The South Side Chamber of Commerce and the South Side Bar and Restaurant Association have partnered with Dick’s Sporting Goods to welcome Pittsburgh Marathon runners at the South Side Welcome Center, corner of 11th and East... — Updated 4/27/2015


Real estate transactions for issue of 4-28-15

16th Ward Sarah Bronder to Tara Fong at 130 22nd St. S Unit 2C for $155,900. Robert Macurak to Ralph and Sharon Hamm at 2103 Arlington Ave. for $65,000. Estate of Linda Jerome to PBGRN Carey Partn. at 2334 Carey Way for $115,000.... — Updated 4/27/2015


Zoning Board hearings

Pittsburgh’s Zoning Board of Adjustment has scheduled the following public hearings of interest to South Pittsburgh residents in the first floor hearing room of the John P. Robin Civic Building, 200 Ross Street, Downtown. Zone... — Updated 4/27/2015


Historic review hearings

The Historic Review Commission of Pittsburgh has scheduled the following hearing in the East Carson Street Historic District for 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6, following Internal Business beginning at 12:30 p.m. 2006 E. Carson... — Updated 4/27/2015

 By Tom Smith    Front Page

CMU, Pitt students study and then make recommendations for the Mount

A quick introduction of Laura Guralnick, a recent hire as Economic Development Director for the Mount Washington Community Development Corporation (MWCDC), opened the organization’s April Community Forum. MWCDC Board President... — Updated 4/27/2015


St. John Vianney Church faces an uncertain future

St. John Vianney Roman Catholic Church, a towering cathedral in Allentown has "no chance to succeed," with a debt of some $2 million and a roof crumbling into the pews, according... — Updated 4/27/2015


Mt. Oliver Boro hires first manager, gets update economic development

The hiring of the borough’s first ever manager -- project manager Ricky Hopkinson -- kicked off the April 20 meeting of Mount Oliver council. He was sworn in by District Justice Richard King. Mr. Hopkinson’s contract begins on... — Updated 4/27/2015


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