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No tax increase in boro for 2019, trash rate will go up

There will be no tax increase for Mt. Oliver residents in 2019 following unanimous adoption of a $2.3 million budget at the Dec. 17 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. The property tax rate remains unchanged at 13.5 mills. The millage... — Updated 1/2/2019

 

Retired Men's Luncheon on Jan. 17

The Retired Men’s Luncheon Group Invites retirees to its Thursday, Jan. 17 luncheon with event speaker Edw. Hale. Mr. Hale will speak about the Great Castle Shannon Bank Robbery that took place on May 14, 1917. Lunch is at noon... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

Meeting to discuss stormwater project at Volunteers Field

A community meeting to discuss a proposed stormwater project in Volunteers Field will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019, from 6-7:30 p.m. at HEARCORP, 25 Carrick Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15210. The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

State residents reminded of mental health, substance use disorders resources during the holiday season

Last week, members of the Wolf Administration spoke in the state Capitol Rotunda to share resources and advice for individuals and families affected by mental health and substance use disorders (SUD) during the holiday season.... — Updated 12/26/2018

 
 

Phillips Student of the Month for December

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Holiday hours for some county offices

In observance of the upcoming New Year’s holiday, county offices will have shortened hours and will also be closed on the actual holiday, with a few exceptions: On Monday, Dec. 31, the Court of Common Pleas and the District... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

Mt. Oliver Borough Holiday Decorating Contest winners

The 2018 winners of the Mt. Oliver Borough Holiday Decorating Contest are:... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

Tax credits will benefit residents of Mt. Oliver

Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, announced that $280,000 in state tax credits under the Neighborhood Partnership Program (NPP) were awarded, benefitting more than 11,000 residents. The funding supports Economic Development South,... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

Allentown will benefit from state tax credit program

Ten community redevelopment and outreach projects in the 19th Legislative District will benefit from $1.2 million in tax credits, state Rep. Jake Wheatley, D-Allegheny, announced. The projects range from the redevelopment of... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

Allentown popping with new color in public art projects

As fall colors painted the city, some very talented artists were painting the streets of Allentown. Various artists from around the world have been working in the neighborhood throu... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

Allentown pops with color

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City PLI department launches beta site for online licensing

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Permits, Licenses, and Inspections (PLI) has launched online business licensing, making it easier to open and operate a business in Pittsburgh. This is the first portion of the OneStopPGH... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

Real estate transactions for issue of December 26, 2018

16th Ward MO Rentals Inc. to Timothy and Guy Williams at 3221 Josephine St. for $59,900. 17th Ward Steven Zarglis to MJT Real Estate LLC at 1502 E. Carson St. for $420,000. Joseph... — Updated 12/26/2018

 

This week's So. Pgh. Housing Court hearings

The following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 26, at 8:00 a.m. in Pittsburgh Municipal Court: • Roland Rezba, 2507 S. 18th Street, 17th Ward, Code... — Updated 12/25/2018

 

Mt. Oliver Housing Court

The following Mt. Oliver Borough Housing Court cases are scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, at 10:30 a.m. in Municipal District Judge Richard King's Courtroom: • Keilan Walls,... — Updated 12/25/2018

 

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