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Gingerbread display official competition winners

The City of Pittsburgh's 20th Annual Gingerbread Display and Competition, now officially opened for the holiday season, has announced this year's winners. After nearly 300 entries f... — Updated 11/22/2022


Science Center to show Night of the Living Dead

The Rangos Giant Cinema at Carnegie Science Center is hosting two showings of Night of the Living Dead (1968) on Friday, Oct. 28 and Saturday, Oct. 29 at 5:30 p.m. Night of the... — Updated 10/12/2022


Knoxville free food distribution at library

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Knoxville and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank are providing groceries at no cost on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The no... — Updated 10/4/2022


City, County announce Pittsburgh Digital Equity Coalition

City of Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey and County Executive Rich Fitzgerald have announced the Pittsburgh Digital Equity Coalition (PDEC), a working group of anchor organizations alread... — Updated 9/27/2022


Night of the Living Dead chapel model added to Minature Railroad & Village

The Miniature Railroad & Village® is open through the end of the year and Carnegie Science Center officials unveiled a new model: the chapel featured in the 1968 film Night... — Updated 9/27/2022


Controller schedules info sessions on assessments

Allegheny County Controller Corey O’Connor has announced dates and locations for a series of information sessions on property owners’ rights in the County’s property assessment and appeals process. Mr. O’Connor is partnerin... — Updated 9/16/2022


Memorial Day services in South Side/Hilltop

This year, the South Side Hilltop Memorial Day Pilgrimage is once again being conducted on Monday, May 30. This long-standing community tradition begins at 8:00 a.m. at the boat... — Updated 5/24/2022


Native South Sider will release her debut novel at South Side Library

South Side native Kathy Kasunich is releasing her eagerly anticipated novel, Always Remembering. The publication of Ms. Kasunich's fictional romance set in South Side during WWII... — Updated 4/7/2022


Carnegie Library annual meeting in Oakland

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Board of Trustees and staff will host a meeting with the general public to discuss past year accomplishments and plans for 2022. The meeting will... — Updated 4/7/2022


City accepting applications for the City Cuts free lawn-cutting program

The City of Pittsburgh's Department of Public Works (DPW) is accepting applications for the fourth year of its City Cuts lawn-cutting program. This program is free for those who do... — Updated 3/31/2022


Sunday enforcement of parking meters in South Side postponed

The November report of the Parking Enhancement District (PED), or the enforcement of South Side Flats parking meters from 6 p.m. to midnight, kicked off the Dec. 14 meeting of the South Side Planning Forum. Currently, the PED... — Updated 12/22/2021


There won't be holiday pole decorations in South Side, this year

Some people are thinking the Grinch stole Christmas along East Carson Street in South Side with the lack of holiday decorations on the poles in the neighborhood's business district.... — Updated 12/22/2021


Rockin' Around the South Side Christmas Tree

South Side Kids has teamed up with the South Side Community Council for a Holiday extravaganza at Esser Plaza, 12th and E. Carson streets, on Friday, Dec. 17, at 5:30 p.m. South Sid... — Updated 12/22/2021


Summer Reading Challenge begins at Carnegie Library

This year's summer reading challenge is simple – read five books between June 13 and August 31. For decades, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has worked to prevent the decline in... — Updated 6/17/2021


Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh announces high-profile speaker series to cultivate civic engagement 

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has announced a new speaker series program designed to inspire, excite and challenge the community with fresh ideas and perspectives on today's most... — Updated 6/7/2021


Carnegie Library director announces retirement at end of year

Mary Frances Cooper, MLS, president and director of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, has announced plans to retire at the end of the calendar year. She has held this position since January 1, 2012 when she became the... — Updated 5/27/2021

 By Ed Blank    Front Page

Memorial services will be part of pilgrimage in the South Side, Hilltop

After a very disappointing 2020, in which the South Side Hilltop Memorial Day Pilgrimage was canceled because of Covid-19 concerns, the event is on the 2021 docket and will take... — Updated 5/27/2021


Maureen Hogan will lead Brashear into a new future in South Pittsburgh

As The Brashear Association prepares for a strategic move to its new Brashear CARES Community Center at 320 Brownsville Road in Knoxville later this year, the 104-year-old... — Updated 4/22/2021


Artists celebrate CLP 125th anniversary with new library cards

In 1895, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) opened its doors as one of the first public libraries to give all people free access to art, music and literature – a pioneering... — Updated 3/11/2021


CLP - Mt. Washington reopens after $4M renovation, expansion

Residents are invited to tour the newly renovated CLP – Mt. Washington during a timed ticketed event on Saturday, Jan. 23. After a much-anticipated year-long renovation project... — Updated 1/13/2021


CLP - Mt. Washington reopens

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State senators announce funding for South Pittsburgh projects

Senate Democratic Leader Jay Costa has announced the award of $9.3 million in grants from the state to help fund local projects in the 43rd senatorial district. “Our community... — Updated 1/1/2021


Library branches are expanding hours

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's (CLP) phased roll out of in-person services continues with expanded hours at the branch locations. Based on library users' feedback, they will... — Updated 11/10/2020


Apply now for Carrick Community Council Board

Carrick Community Council (CCC) is seeking neighborhood residents who are interested in rolling up their sleeves and getting involved in their community. The CCC is looking for... — Updated 10/14/2020


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