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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... — Updated 1/30/2023


Little Explorers Learning Academy open house

The Little Explorers Learning Academy childcare facility, in the former Brashear Center at 2005 Sarah Street in South Side, is targeting to open their doors on February 13 to local families. They will hold a ribbon cutting... — Updated 1/30/2023


Bob Charland to run for Pittsburgh City Council in District 3

Bob Charland has announced his decision to run for Pittsburgh City Council in District 3. Mr. Charland currently serves as chief of staff to Councilman Bruce Kraus, who has... — Updated 1/25/2023


Kraus will not seek re-election

Pittsburgh City Councilperson, Bruce A. Kraus, has announced he will not be seeking re-election in the upcoming May primary. "I will be forever grateful to the constituency of the... — Updated 1/18/2023


Long time executive director leaving Hilltop Alliance

After 10 years of steady growth and stable leadership, south Pittsburgh's Hilltop Alliance is now looking for a new executive director. Longtime executive director Aaron Sukenik... — Updated 1/17/2023


Hilltop Alliance is Seeking Interested applicants to be At-Large Board Member

The Board of Directors of the Hilltop Alliance is seeking interested applicants to fill an At-Large Board seat for a two-year term with a maximum of 5 two-year terms, beginning in... — Updated 1/17/2023


Parks Conservancy receives grant for Hays Woods Park

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy has been awarded a $233,000 grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation to lay the groundwork for improving the Hays Woods Park ecosystem. The funds will support the Conservancy to act on... — Updated 1/10/2023


East Carson work continues through January

Work on the East Carson Street Safety Improvement Project in South Side will continue through late January. Single-lane restrictions continues on East Carson Street between Smithfield and 33rd streets weekdays from 7 a.m. to 5... — Updated 1/10/2023


Police ask for assistance to find missing woman

Pittsburgh Police SVU detectives are asking for the public's help to locate a missing and endangered woman. Ekaterina Linder, 28, is 5'3" with blonde hair and hazel eyes. She was... — Updated 1/3/2023


South Side Clean Team member needs help

A GoFundMe fundraiser is hoping to raise $3,000 for a man they are calling one of South Side's "silent heroes." A member of the South Side Clean Team, he has been working to make... — Updated 12/27/2022


City activates warming centers on Saturday, Dec. 24

CitiParks will activate five Healthy Active Living Centers as warming centers on Saturday, Dec. 24, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. due to the forecasted low temps. Brighton Heights Healthy Active Living Community Center 3515 McClure... — Updated 12/22/2022

 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Parking enforcement, revenue discussed at forum

Parking, the availability of on-street parking in South Side and the cost and manner of enforcement dominated discussion at the Zoom meeting of the South Side Planning Forum on... — Updated 12/20/2022


Breakfast with Santa for South Side kids on Dec. 15

Cupka's Cafe 2, 2314 E Carson Street, has donated more than 1,000 meals to children residing or visiting Pittsburgh's South Side neighborhood this year. Teaming up with South Side K... — Updated 12/13/2022


Rockin' round the South Side Christmas Tree

South Side will be Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree this Sunday, Dec. 11. South Side Community Council and South Side Kids will celebrate Christmas with a rocking good time at... — Updated 12/9/2022


Pittsburgh doctor and author releases new novel about the heartbreaking opioid epidemic in Southwestern PA

Dr. Steven L. Orebaugh, a doctor of anesthesiology at UPMC, has released "The Stairs on Billy Buck Hill," his second novel, through Milford House. "The Stairs on Billy Buck Hill,"... — Updated 12/6/2022


SSCC Development Activities Meeting

South Side Community Council will host a Development Activities Meeting on Thursday, Dec. 15, 6 p.m. to review one development project. The project to be reviewed is: Berger Art... — Updated 12/6/2022


SVU detectives seek assistance to find missing juvenile

Nakira has been safely located. Pittsburgh Police Special Victims Unit detectives are asking for the public's help to find a missing juvenile. Nakira Taylor-Jones, 13, is described... — Updated 12/5/2022


Cucina Vitale gofundme for Thanksgiving dinners

This year Cucina Vitale in South Side, in conjunction with the Brashear Association, is hoping to provide Thanksgiving Dinner to 40 local families in the South Side community. Any remaining donations from funds raised will be used... — Updated 11/29/2022

 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Former Brashear Center in South Side sold

The Brashear Center on Sarah Street in South Side has been a fixture in the community since it opened in 1955. The center was a hub for youth and adult activities including English... — Updated 11/29/2022


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


South Side Development Activities Meeting

South Side Community Council will host a Development Activities Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 17, 6 p.m. to review two development projects. The projects to be reviewed are: UPMC... — Updated 11/15/2022

 By Tom Smith    Front Page

South Siders ask for easing of parking restrictions on Carson

A decrease in crime in the East Carson Street business corridor has area businesses calling for easing of parking restrictions in the 1700 block of the main street. Speaking at the November meeting of the South Side Planning... — Updated 11/15/2022


South Side Halloween Spooktacular a success

South Side Kids teamed up with The Home Depot West Mifflin for the fifth year in a row to provide local children with free pumpkins to celebrate Halloween. Pumpkins were... — Updated 11/2/2022

 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Z3PSC learns about 311, crime trends

The October meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council (Z3PSC) took place on October 27 and featured presentations concerning 311 and Zone crime trends. Liz Style, president of the Z3PSC, called the meeting to order on Zoom and in... — Updated 11/1/2022


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