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Mosquito treatment scheduled for August 11 in South Pittsburgh

Mosquito samples collected in South Pittsburgh neighborhoods continue to test positive for West Nile virus. In response, the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) will treat... — Updated 8/9/2022

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Mt. Oliver studies use of The Deck

Mt. Oliver Borough Council is exploring establishing rules for groups and businesses to use The Deck on Brownsville Road next to the Municipal Building. The July public Business... — Updated 7/28/2022

 

Controller O'Connor to partner with community groups, realtors for info sessions on property owners' rights

Allegheny County Controller Corey O’Connor will partner with Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group (PCRG), a coalition of local community-based organizations focused on housing fairness and equity, and the Realtors Association... — Updated 7/28/2022

 

ACHD expands access to monkeypox vaccine

The Allegheny Health Department (ACHD) has expanded access to the monkeypox vaccine through several community health providers. In addition to the department’s Immunization Clinic, the following primary care providers are... — Updated 7/28/2022

 

PRC to host workshops, webinars

In August, Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) will conduct environmental education webinars to teach southwestern PA residents principles of backyard composting, methods for... — Updated 7/28/2022

 

South Side VFW Post 6675 Hosts Weekly Bike Nights

Although their engines roar and each member proudly wears a patch that signifies solidarity, they are not a motorcycle club. In fact, their charter endorsed by the Veterans of Forei... — Updated 7/28/2022

 

Warrant issued for man in Clairton shooting

On July 13, 2022 at 11:15 p.m., Clairton Police and paramedics were called to a residence in the 600 block of 12th Street for a female shot. The victim was taken to an area... — Updated 7/14/2022

 

Figlar named new Birmingham Foundation executive director

The Birmingham Foundation's Board of Directors has announced Michelle Figlar, an accomplished champion for early childhood learning in Pennsylvania with deep personal and... — Updated 7/5/2022

 

County DHS relaunches its information hub website

The Department of Human Services (DHS) has relaunched Allegheny County Analytics, https://analytics.alleghenycounty.us, an information hub to better understand issues affecting Allegheny County residents. The site, maintained by... — Updated 6/27/2022

 

County launches improved Allegheny County Analytics Data Website

The Department of Human Services (DHS) today announced the relaunch of Allegheny County Analytics, https://analytics.alleghenycounty.us, an information hub to better understand issues affecting Allegheny County residents. The... — Updated 6/14/2022

 

Registration open for PRC weekday e-waste collections

Throughout July, Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) will collect electronics for recycling on designated weekdays in Allegheny County. Through the support of Allegheny County Heal... — Updated 6/14/2022

 

Farmers' market vouchers for county seniors available starting June 23

The Department of Human Services Area Agency on Aging (AAA) will again be administering the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program this summer. This program helps eligible older... — Updated 6/14/2022

 

Lions Clubs seeking new members

 — Updated 6/8/2022

 

CeaseFirePA discusses statewide multi-faceted issue of gun violence

“The Multi-Faceted Issue of Gun Violence” on a statewide level, as well as locally, was the focus of the May 26 Zoom meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council (Z3PSC). The presentation by CeaseFirePA Western Pennsylvania... — Updated 6/8/2022

 

ACHD treating catch basins for mosquitoes in parts of the city

The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) will be treating stormwater catch basins in select areas of the City of Pittsburgh with pesticides to combat the breeding of... — Updated 6/6/2022

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page

MO Council considers new meeting guidelines

A request to eliminate parking from both sides of the 100 block of Holzer Street in Mt. Oliver opened the May public meeting of the Mt. Oliver Borough Council. Attending were... — Updated 5/25/2022

 

Senator Costa announces clean-energy job grant for Allegheny County

Senator Jay Costa has announced a $500,000 grant to support clean-energy job training for underserved communities in Allegheny County. The award comes from the Clean Energy Workfor... — Updated 5/24/2022

 

Fitzgerald, Gainey create Intimate Partner Violence Reform Leadership Team

The leadership team is being created to provide leadership and strategic direction in coordinating policy and system level work across agencies to improve a complex and fragmented system for intimate partner violence victims. The... — Updated 5/24/2022

 

Goodwill's YouthWorks Program Enrolling 18-24 year-olds for a 8-week paid training for PA Class A CDL License

Young people who want to gain the skills needed for the Pennsylvania Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) can now enroll in a new Goodwill class meeting at CCAC’s Boyce Campus. Classes will begin on June 13 and are... — Updated 5/24/2022

 

County marbles program

The Allegheny County Parks Department annual marbles program is about halfway through its 2022 schedule. The program is free to all youngsters ages 14 and under. All local winners... — Updated 5/24/2022

 

Brashear awarded $1M state grant for expanding community center

The Brashear Association has received a $1 million grant award for the Hilltop Community Center project on Brownsville Road.  "This is welcome news for Allegheny County," said Stat... — Updated 5/12/2022

 

 17,000 MOVERS braved the weather to return for Marathon Sunday

At the 14th DICK’S Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon under rainy and sometimes downpour conditions, more than 17,000 runners braved the weather to return to the in-person Pittsburgh Marathon. Runners have spent the past two... — Updated 5/9/2022

 

Fitzgerald, Gainey, Kelly Visit Brother's Brother Foundation

County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, City of Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey and Darrin Kelly, president of the Allegheny Fayette Labor Council, recently visited Brother’s Brother Foundation and to meet with officials from the... — Updated 5/9/2022

 

Allentown senior center opens for in-person meals, services

The Allentown Senior Citizens Center is welcoming back seniors to the center by serving hot meals. Frozen meals which were offered during COVID have been discontinued and replaced with the hot meals. Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m.... — Updated 5/9/2022

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Public safety a priority for police in South Side going into the summer

City of Pittsburgh Public Safety officials addressed neighborhood concerns at the South Side Community Council’s (SSCC) recent biannual public meeting via Zoom. SSCC President Barbara Rudiak began the presentation by introducing... — Updated 4/21/2022

 

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