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Articles from the April 15, 2003 edition

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South Side house tour will feature champagne and candlelight on Friday night

The Historic South Side House Tour, in its 12th year, will take place Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26. For an inside look at life in the South Side, plan to attend one or both of the tours. Back by popular demand, the Friday Champagne and...

 

Dormont approves some free weekend parking, will accept bid for public works facility repairs

By Al Lowe Contributing Writer Dormont council has authorized free parking in the borough-owned lots on Glenmore, Espy and West Liberty avenues on weekends starting May 2. The experimental hours are being tried to encourage shopping at local...

 

South Side forum votes to adopt zoning changes

At last week's South Side Planning Forum meeting, members voted to adopt proposed South Side Flats zoning changes. Highlights include: retaining the current zoning of local neighborhood commercial for the East Carson St. business district; changing...

 

Students can apply for Peters scholarship

Brashear Association's Board of Directors is currently accepting applications for the Georgina Chamberlain Peters Scholarship, presented annually at the association's awards luncheon in September. “Georgina Peters was a great supporter of Brashear...

 

Onorato makes his pitch for chief executive at Arlington candidate's night

Allegheny County Controller Dan Onorato led off a list of candidates who made presentations to approximately 40 residents who attended the monthly meeting of the Arlington Civic Council at the Henry Kaufman Building on Salisbury Street April 7....

 

Baldwin Township swears in new tax collector to fill unexpired term

Marilyn Wagner was sworn in as Baldwin Township's new treasurer/tax collector by District Justice David Barton at the commission's April 8 meeting. “You'll be dealing with residents who feel they've been robbed,” joked Barton, who served as a...

 

Block watch members check out latest crime reports in Brookline

In her report to the Brookline Block Watch, Sgt. Pat Kelly said March crime in Section 7, encompassing Brookline and Overbrook, consisted of 3 auto thefts, 1 burglary, 1 robbery, and 11 thefts. The burglary was the break-in of a vacant house by...

 

Foundation compiling kids Summer Fun list

South Pittsburgh youth and teens will have many choices for summer fun in the area. Summer fun programs are planned in a number of local neighborhoods sponsored by nonprofit agencies, churches, schools and community groups. The Birmingham Foundation...

 

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