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Mayor Ravenstahl set to begin new public safety initiative

 In an effort to address the recent wave of violence sweeping the city, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and Chief of Police Nate Harper announced the launch of several new initiatives to go head to head with crime. “The Chief and I have had enough,” said...

 

Mayor Ravenstahl finds his way to Mount Oliver City meeting

Although Mayor Luke Ravenstahl learned the previous day that his only opposition in the May primary (Bill Peduto) has dropped out of the political race, the North Side native found his way to another south Hilltop neighborhood last week. Mr....

 

South Side reaches its limit with bars

Residents plea with City for more help “Taking a time-out” to decide how they will proceed is where Mayor Luke Ravenstahl stands at the moment on the problem of the proliferation of bars on the...

 

Town meeting with mayor about pending bar legislation

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and Councilman Jeff Koch have called a town meeting for 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28 at the South Side Market House to discuss legislation to limit the number of bars in the South Side. Also expected to attend the meeting...

 

South Side council expresses concerns over possible tenants for Beneficial Building

Efforts to keep yet another liquor establishment from opening in the South Side — this time in the former Foto Hut building, or Beneficial Building — was the main focus of discussion at the...

 

New police commander introduced to area residents

Larry Ross takes command of Zone 3 police district “I'm not abandoning this community,” Police Commander RaShall Brackney told members of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council last week. After a year...

 

Pittsburgh Symphony pays homage to African American heroes

On Saturday, Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. the Pittsburgh Symphony will pay homage to African American heroes, and feature the world premier of Richard Danielpour's Pastime, in a concert conducted by resident conductor Daniel Meyer and featuring vocalist Nmon...

 

Police, judges address Knoxville public safety

Every public official who was invited to the 30th Ward Knoxville Block Watch meeting Dec. 12, at the St. Sava Church Hall on Knox Avenue, showed up, except for Mayor Luke Ravenstahl. All other officials did accept the invitation extended to them by...

 

Hilltop learns more about how to apply for federal Weed and Seed program

The new Allentown Community Development Corp., formerly the Allentown Civic Association, met on October 26, with Pres. Judy Hackel explaining the name change to start the meeting. The other speakers were city Councilman Jeff Koch, Corey J. Connors,...

 

Mayor will continue Redd Up program, introduces police chief

Zone 4 hosted the “City-Wide” Public Safety Council meeting for citizens at the St. Stephen's Chapel in Hazelwood October 18, but there was a large representation from local Zone 3 at the meeting which featured Mayor Luke Ravenstahl as the guest...

 

Real Estate Transactions for Week of 7/6/04

16th Ward Kenneth Duschek to William Lariviere at 2306 Berg St. for $156,686. Steve Ott to Fernando and Elena Avolio at 2330 Fox Way for $78,000. James McCarthy Jr. to John Fleenor at 49 Holt St. for $35,000. National City Home Services Inc. to Grego...

 

Restaurant, cineplex named as tennants of South Side Works

South Side residents can look forward to cheesecake and a movie next summer. The Soffer Organization has been working to bring the Cheesecake Factory to the South Side Works to be located adjacent to the new 10-screen Cineplex. Soffer received...

 

Mockingbird in South Side

The Reader's Theater of Mount Lebanon will present To Kill A Mockingbird at the South Side Branch of Carnegie Library, 22nd and Carson streets, on Wednesday, May 21 at 5:30 p.m. The play by Christopher Sergel is based on the novel by Harper Lee. The...

 

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...

 

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