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 News    May 19, 2020 

Polling places have been consolidated for the June 2 election

The Allegheny County Elections Division has issued the full list of consolidated polling place locations for the Tuesday, June 2 primary election. Updates to the Elections website were to be made by Monday, May 18, but a time frame on when the...

 
 News    May 19, 2020 

League of Women Voters, WTAE conducting debate for the 18th Congressional District

The League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh and WTAE-TV are cohosting a candidate forum for the Democratic candidates for the 18th Congressional District, Representative Mike Doyle and Mr. Gerald Dickinson. WTAE-TV will broadcast the...

 
 News    May 19, 2020 

Diocese of Pittsburgh plans to gradually reopen churches

Bishop David Zubik shared more details regarding the strategic plan for the gradual reopening of churches in the diocese, including additions to current directives that will be in effect, as well as more clarity regarding the timeline for opening for...

 
 News    May 19, 2020 

City cancels July 4 fireworks, opens other recreation activities

As the City of Pittsburgh enters a phased reopening, the city has released how summertime activities will be impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  While many activities will be permitted, others will be canceled or postponed. All...

 
 News    May 19, 2020 

City launches online portal for housing assistance resources

The City of Pittsburgh has launched a Housing Assistance Resource Portal (HARP) where users can search for housing-related resources. Users identify their needs through a series of questions and are provided housing-related programs and...

 
 News    May 19, 2020 

South Sider publishes article in Professional Psychology

Britney Brinkman, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology and placement coordinator for the Psy.D. in clinical psychology program at Point Park University, was published in a special issue of Trainin...

 

Upcoming Mt. Oliver Borough Housing Court cases

The following Mt. Oliver Borough Housing Court cases are scheduled for Monday, June 1, at 1:00 p .m. in Municipal District Judge Richard King's Courtroom: • Donald Bauer, 212 Quincy Avenue, Mt....

 
 Kids    May 19, 2020 

Mayor Peduto and Public Safety officials read bedtime stories in new online series

Mayor William Peduto and the Department of Public Safety personnel will be reading bedtime stories for children. Mayor Peduto will read stories from the City-County Building as part of the Grant...

 

COMMON VIOLATIONS

This is just a short working list of codes & “titles” and is not comprehensive or to be used for anything other than personal reference. All code books are available for purchase through the Bureau of Building Inspection if more information is...

 

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What The Reporter means to me - What about you?

Recently, I was sitting in a coffee shop having a conversation about what was happening with The South Pittsburgh Reporter. They had noticed, as most of our readers, the number of pages has gone down and we occasionally take a week off. I explained...

 

2020 Pittsburgh Paving Program gets under way

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure is excited to announce the 2020 Paving Season. Street resurfacing work is scheduled all over the City. This year the City is investing nearly $15.7 million in the street resurfacing...

 

The Reporter plans a return to print edition

The South Pittsburgh Reporter is planning (hoping) to resume a print edition beginning on May 19. To have a paper edition on the streets several things have to come together: First and foremost,...

 

Meals continue to be distributed to children and seniors in the city

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks and Recreation and its partners at Parkhurst Dining and the Salvation Army distributed 5,076 meals to children and seniors last week in response to the...

 

City PLI department continues to issue construction permits during pandemic

Despite the citywide shutdown the past two months during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Pittsburgh Department of Permits, Licenses and Inspections (PLI) has continued to process construction...

 

Yard waste collection is this Saturday, May 16

Environmental Services crews from the Department of Public Works will be picking up yard debris at curbsides across the city on Saturday, May 16. Additionally, yard waste drop-offs have resumed at...

 

Man shot and killed on Brownsville Road

Pittsburgh Bureau of Police and Mt. Oliver Police responded to a ShotSpotter alert on the 700 block of Brownsville Road around 6:30 p.m. on Monday, May 11. Officers found a man with gunshot wounds to...

 

More Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores to begin limited in-store public access in yellow phase counties on May 15

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board announced 155 more Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores in counties designated in the yellow phase of COVID-19 mitigation efforts will resume limited in-store public access beginning Friday, May 15. Effective Friday,...

 

City updates budget impacts from pandemic

The latest budget numbers for the City of Pittsburgh in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic show severe dips in revenue collection matched with drops in spending as well. From March through May 8 of...

 

Elected officials, business leaders provide guidance as county moves to yellow phase

County Executive Rich Fitzgerald joined elected officials and business leaders to provide basic guidance for employers and employees as the county moves to the yellow phase of reopening this Friday, May 15. “We have been successful in our efforts...

 

Mt. Oliver Boro Council meets on May 18

Mt. Oliver Borough Council will hold a Remote Regular Meeting on May 18, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. Telephone conference call technology will be used. The meeting agenda is available at: https://mtoliver.com/w...

 

What The Reporter means to me - Suzanne Photos

It was sometime ago when you asked your readers to be in touch with you to let you know what The South Pittsburgh Reporter meant to them. I remember talking to you about this and you said "Why don't...

 
 News    May 5, 2020

City of Pittsburgh issues hiring freeze

Mayor William Peduto has announced he is instituting a hiring freeze for more than 60 currently unfilled positions within city government, in a move to save money during the deep budget impacts of...

 
 News    May 5, 2020

City officials analyzing summertime activities

City of Pittsburgh officials continues to monitor and plan for possible summertime activities, under ongoing guidance from Governor Tom Wolf’s administration during the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, during periods of good...

 
 News    May 5, 2020

City releases latest food distribution numbers

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks and Recreation, City Council President Theresa Kail-Smith and the city's partners at the Salvation Army and Parkhurst Dining distributed 5,360 meals to children and seniors last week. Emergency meals to seni...

 

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