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Three area libraries will operate curb side pick-up locations

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is expanding its curb side pick-up locations to several South Pittsburgh branches. At the curb side pick-up locations, readers may pick up existing holds, return all...

 

Market House senior center to receive $51K in state grant

The City of Pittsburgh has received a total of $161,000 in grants from the Pennsylvania Department of Aging’s Senior Community Grant Programs for updates to three local Healthy Active Living Centers (senior centers).   The grant funding will be...

 

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...

 

Police ask for help finding missing man

Detectives with the Pittsburgh Police Special Victims Unit are asking for the public's assistance to help find a missing 27-year-old man. Nicholas "Niko" McPherson is described as 6 feet tall and...

 
 News    July 7, 2020 

Road work will close some South Side streets

Traffic restrictions will continue on East Carson Street Monday through Friday, July 13-17 weather permitting. Fire hydrant work requiring roadway closures will occur from 6:30 - 4:30 PM each day...

 

SSCC hosting development via Zoom

South Side Community Council (SSCC) will host a Development Activities Meeting (DAM) on Thursday, July 2, 6 p.m., to review two development projects in South Side. The first project will be presented...

 

Health Dept. treats catch basins

The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) will be treating storm water catch basins in select areas of the City of Pittsburgh with pesticides to combat the breeding of mosquitoes that can be a nuisance and potentially spread diseases such as...

 

PA Resources Council will offer workshops as webinars this summer

The Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) has released its Summer 2020 schedule of workshops, now conducted as online webinars.  “PRC now offers numerous webinars as a more convenient, flexible way to educate Pennsylvania residents who desire to le...

 

City relaxes permit fees, looks for ways businesses can return

Permit fees for outdoor dining have been waived in the city as most of southwestern Pennsylvania entered Governor Tom Wolf’s “green phase” for reopening businesses on June 5. Fees for sidewalk retail permits have also been waived. “We are...

 

Brashear expands food pantry service area and now operates as a Grab and Go distribution site

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, The Brashear Association has extended the hours of its food pantry, which is now open as a Grab and Go Outdoor distribution only. The new distribution times are...

 

Health Dept. treats catch basins

The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) will be treating storm water catch basins in select areas of the City of Pittsburgh with pesticides to combat the breeding of mosquitoes that can be a nuisance and potentially spread diseases such as...

 

Zone 3 safety council reconnecting through Zoom during the pandemic

Updates on the city's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and related matters, were the focus of the May 18 virtual meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council (Z3PSC). The group's first ever Zoom vide...

 

Parking, sidewalk restrictions begin between 10th - 17th

Additional parking and sidewalk restrictions on East Carson Street in South Side will begin Tuesday, May 26 weather permitting. Parking and sidewalk restrictions will occur on E. Carson Street between 10th Street and 17th Street around-the-clock...

 

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...

 

Crime is 'unusual' on the S.S. Slopes, revenue down in PED

The city is facing a $122 million shortfall in its operating budget due to the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent closures, city Councilman Bruce Kraus announced during the May 12 virtual general...

 
 By Ed Blank    News    May 19, 2020

Memorial Day services canceled in South Side/Hilltop

Regretfully. the folks who stage the annual 16-stop Memorial Day pilgrimage from the Monongahela River to St. Adalbert and South Side Cemeteries every year must cancel the May 25 event. Co-chairs...

 

E. Carson St. renovations beginning at First Street

PennDOT District 11 has closed the center lane of East Carson Street from First to Third streets in South Side effective Monday, May 18 weather permitting. The center-lane closure will occur...

 

Goowill stores will begin phasing in reopening throughout region

Goodwill stores in southwestern Pennsylvania have begun reopen in phases to meet the needs of customers in the region. Stores will initially reopen with limited hours, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. The South Side Goodwill Store will open on Wednesday, May 20. As...

 

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...

 

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,...

 

Slopes Association holding virtual meeting on May 12

The South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association will hold a virtual community meeting via Zoom on May 12, 6:30 p.m. Access the Zoom virtual meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86779007015 The agenda...

 

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