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Pittsburgh Scholar House appoints Dr. Diamonte Walker as CEO

The Pittsburgh Scholar House, an affiliate of the Family Scholar House based out of Louisville, KY, has appointed Dr. Diamonte Walker as its inaugural CEO.  Dr. Walker recently served as the deputy executive director of the Urban Redevelopment...

 

New 18+ Night at Science Center examines last days in Pompeii

Adults ages 18 and over are invited to have fun with their friends while experiencing the science behind volcanic eruptions on Friday, April 22 for 18+ Night: Last Night in Pompeii. Guests will experience Pompeii: The Exhibition on its last Friday...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    April 19, 2022

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 City of Pittsburgh...

 

Local Zoning Board hearings for May 5

Pittsburgh’s Zoning Board of Adjustment Board meetings will be hosted on Zoom and streamed on YouTube Live on the Pittsburgh City Planning YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/user/planpghvideo. To join the Zoom webinar, use the link:...

 

South Side will be a 'Cheer Zone' for the 2022 Pittsburgh Marathon May 1

The 2022 DICK'S Sporting Goods Pittsburgh P3R Marathon races will be back on the April 30-May 1 weekend. Participants have a variety of competitive race distances to choose from, including the full...

 

Rummage Sale May 6-7 at Spencer UM Church

Spencer Avenue United Methodist Church’s Spring Rummage Sale will take place at 117 Spencer Ave., Pittsburgh 15227. Sale dates are Friday, May 6 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and Saturday, May 7 from 9 a.m. – noon. Items for sale include spring/summer...

 

City yard collection on Saturday

City residents may set out their leaves, grass, brush, and branches on Saturday, April 23, for city crews to collect curbside. Yard waste must be placed at residents' usual trash/recycling spot by 6:0...

 

PRC hosting composting and rainbarrel webinars

In April, the Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) will conduct a variety of environmental education webinars to teach southwestern PA residents the principles of backyard composting, methods for protecting watersheds including using rain barrels,...

 

Street cleaning, enforcement in the city resumed this week

Beginning April 1, street sweeping with parking enforcement resumed in the City of Pittsburgh. For the past two years, due to the pandemic and a large number of individuals working from home, enforcement has not been imposed and parked vehicles were...

 

Borough of Mt. Oliver Notice of Intent to Adopt Ordinance 994

The Council of Mt. Oliver Borough will consider the adoption of Ordinance 994 at their regular meeting on Monday, April 18, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at the Borough Building, 150 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15210. Ordinance 994 Amending Chapter 248 of...

 

Historic Review hearings

The Historic Review Commission of Pittsburgh has scheduled the following hearings in the East Carson Street Historic District for 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6, following Internal Business beginning at 12:30 p.m. 601-605 E. Carson Street, SJP Carson...

 

Local Zoning Board hearings for April 14

Pittsburgh’s Zoning Board of Adjustment Board meetings will be hosted on Zoom and streamed on YouTube Live on the Pittsburgh City Planning YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/user/planpghvideo. To join the Zoom webinar, use the link:...

 

Fresh Fridays on the Hilltop is April 8

Fresh Fridays on the Hilltop, a free produce distribution through the Hilltop Alliance, will continue with a distribution on April 8. The Fresh Fridays on the Hilltop, the Hilltop Alliance's free...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    April 5, 2022

Animal control issues considered by Mount Oliver Boro Council

Mt. Oliver Borough Council's March public meeting began with a public hearing concerning dog attacks in the borough. Emilie Nottle requested the public hearing to advocate for stricter enforcement of...

 

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 take place on...

 

Power of Work Award goes to South Side business

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania announced the winners of its 2022 Power of Work Awards, which honors businesses that are opening their doors and improving the lives of people with disabilities and/or other challenges by offering them work or...

 

Holy Week 2022: in-person, livestream liturgies with Bishop Zubik

Bishop David Zubik will offer Holy Week liturgies at St. Paul Cathedral and several other parishes beginning with Palm Sunday on April 9-10, and culminating with the celebration of Easter on April 16-17. Participants are also welcome via livestream...

 

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 will be marked with...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    April 5, 2022

Carrick Community Council planning for spring

Donna McManus, president of the Carrick Community Council (CCC), opened the March general meeting of the group by introducing State Rep. Jessica Benham. Rep. Benham opened her presentation saying she...

 

City to resume street sweeping with Parking enforcement

Beginning April 1, street sweeping with parking enforcement will resume in the City of Pittsburgh. For the past two years, due to the pandemic and a large number of individuals working from home, enforcement has not been imposed and parked vehicles...

 

Grass cutters needed for City Cuts senior lawn cutting program

The City of Pittsburgh is now accepting applications for its City Cuts lawn-cutting program. City Cuts began in 2018 through legislation introduced by Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith, and has...

 

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 not have the financ...

 

Steel Smiling secures grant to help scale and deepen the impact of its work connecting community members to mental health support

Steel Smiling, an Organization-in-Residence (OIR) at Neighborhood Allies secured the largest grant in the organization›s history, a multi-year $1,000,000 grant from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation. With this grant, Steel Smiling is able to contin...

 

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