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Mt. O. mayor expresses concerns over Arlington Avenue dance club in city

"I've called everybody but the dogcatcher, more than once, more than twice," Mt. Oliver Mayor Frank Bernardini told the Borough Council at the November meeting. Mayor Bernardini was complaining about...

 

Chamber postpones this year's Progressive Holiday Mingle

The South Side Chamber of Commerce has postponed its Progressive Holiday Mingle event planned for December 2. The Mingle is being postponed in compliance with the Allegheny County Department of Health...

 

Downtown WIC clinic moving, new clinic opens November 23 at Warner Center

The Downtown WIC Clinic will be moving to a new location later this month. The new address is 332 Fifth Avenue, Warner Center 5th floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Current Downtown WIC participants will be...

 

Police arrest man in Knoxville after ShotSpotter alert

Zone 3 police responded to a ShotSpotter alert in the 100 block of Zara Street around 9:20 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17. The officers saw a man fleeing as they arrived on scene and observed him force his...

 

Boro council approves liquor license transfer for Indian restaurant, store

The Mt. Oliver Borough Council held a public hearing concerning the transfer of a liquor license into the borough, the second in recent months. Attorney Charles Caputo, representing Fat Friday LLC, came before the council with owner Ravi Singh last...

 

PRC holds household chemical collection

The Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) will host a household chemical collection event on Saturday, Oct. 31, in Allegheny County to provide Pennsylvania residents with an opportunity to safely and cost effectively dispose of common chemicals such a...

 

Mt. Oliver shooting investigated

The Allegheny County Police Department’s (ACPD) General Investigations Unit is assisting the Mt. Oliver police in investigating a shooting on Friday, Oct. 16. County 911 was notified of a shooting in the 1700 block of Arlington Ave. First...

 

Voter registration deadline is October 19 for upcoming 2020 Election

Pennsylvania residents who wish to vote in the Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020 election must be registered by Monday, Oct. 19. Registered voters who have moved or changed their name or party affiliation also must notify the Elections Division by October 19....

 

Man shot and killed in Mt. Oliver

The Allegheny County Police Department’s Homicide Unit responded to a request for assistance in Mount Oliver on Friday, Sept. 25. At approximately 3:10 a.m., County 9-1-1 was notified of a shooting in the 1700 block of Arlington Avenue. First...

 

Allegheny County mail-in, absentee ballots have begun to go out

Mail-in and absentee ballot packets have begun to go out to county voters. On the first day, approximately 20,000 ballots were delivered to the post office and, by the end of the next day, another 50,000 ballots were delivered to the post office for...

 

Hello Baby provides fresh approach, supporting parents of newborns

The Department of Human Services (DHS), together with partners United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania (2-1-1) and Healthy Start Pittsburgh have begun rolling out a first-of-its-kind parenting initiative, Hello Baby, to all parents of new babies in...

 

County offering walk-in flu shots

Influenza vaccines are available at Allegheny County Health Department’s Immunization Clinic downtown. The Immunization Clinic is offering walk-in flu vaccinations from 9 a.m.- 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The clinic will have additional...

 

Allegheny County libraries kick-off annual "Love Your Library" campaign with boost in matching dollars

The Allegheny County Library Association and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh officially kicked-off its annual “Love Your Library” campaign on Tuesday, Sept. 1 and continue through the month of September. Now in its fifth year, the county-wide...

 

Public-private partnership brings homeless shelter to Second Avenue

Through an unprecedented public-private collaboration, a coalition of corporate, civic and community leaders unveiled plans for a 45,000-square-foot facility near downtown Pittsburgh to provide shelter and comprehensive wrap-around services for...

 

COVID-19 datasets are now available

A COVID-19 dataset has been added to the Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center (WPRDC). “We have received multiple requests for access to the data that is used to present the county’s COVID-19 dashboard,” said County Executive Rich...

 

City to allow Allegheny Cleanways access to city property to combat illegal dumping and littering

The Mayor's Office and Department of Public Works (DPW) have proposed legislation that will permit Allegheny CleanWays to remove litter and illegally dumped materials from city-owned properties. This...

 

Man shot on Anthony Street in Mt. Oliver

Allegheny County Police Department’s Homicide Unit is assisting the Mt. Oliver Police in the investigation of a shooting on Anthony Street in the borough. At approximately 3:40 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 24, 9-1-1 was notified of a shooting in the 200...

 

County, city officials urge Residents Be Counted Before It's Too Late in 2020 Census

County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and City of Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto joined the County-City Complete Count Committee (CCC) co-chairs Stefani Pashman and Gregg Behr in calling for a renewed focus on the 2020 Census. With recent changes...

 

County Health Department increases limit on outdoor gatherings to 100

Health Department Director Dr. Debra Bogen announced the department's order to stem the spread of coronavirus cases in the county has been amended to increase the limit on outdoor events and...

 

Man shot in Mt. Oliver

The Allegheny County Police Department's General Investigations Unit responded to a request for assistance in Mt. Oliver at approximately 7:30 a.m. on August 17. County 911 was notified of a shooting incident in the 200 block of Locust Street....

 

County Elections Division launches Allegheny Votes E-Newsletter

The Allegheny County Elections Division announced it will be launching a new e-newsletter, Allegheny Votes, to share information on what the division is doing in preparation for the upcoming election. The first newsletter was issued, August 6....

 

Pennsylvania to provide postage-paid return envelopes with mail and absentee ballots 

The Pennsylvania Department of State will provide funding for postage so all eligible voters can return their mail-in and absentee ballots at no cost to the voter for the 2020 general election.  “Our goal is to make voting as accessible, safe,...

 

Community benefits of filling out 2020 Census important for Allegheny County

 Responding to the 2020 Census shape decisions about how billions of dollars in federal funds flow into communities each year for the next 10 years for critical services. It is more important than...

 

City's pre-arrest diversion program for low-level crimes will begin in Zone 1

The City of Pittsburgh and CONNECT have been awarded funds to develop and implement a public health-focused, pre-arrest diversion program for people who commit low-level crimes stemming from...

 

Increased income guidelines released for WIC program

The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) announced increased income guidelines for the PA Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program. Income limits for eligibility start...

 

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