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Presbyterian SeniorCare appoints South Side native president, CEO

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network has appointed James “Jim” Pieffer as its president and chief executive officer. The appointment was effective September 1, 2021. “I am honored and humbled that the Network Board of Directors has invested their...

 

South Side Market House new hours

The South Side Market House Senior Center on 12th Street has new hours. The center will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, with bingo on Thursdays at noon. Face masks are required for all members and visitors, fully vaccinated and...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    October 12, 2021 

Storm water fee discussed at council bi-annual meeting

The biannual general meeting of the South Side Community Council (SSCC) featured a presentation concerning storm water by Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (PWSA) officials; Public safety...

 

Clean Team honored on E. Carson St.

Members of the South Side Clean Team were recently honored with a City Council Proclamation and the naming of Friday, Oct. 1 as "Mike Walker and Artie Murphy Day" in the City of Pittsburgh. The team...

 

South Side Neighborhood Party draws 325 for a day of fellowship

South Side’s 13th Street was a festive area on Saturday, Sept. 11th due to the work of many and the support of neighborhood residents and businesses. Nizzar of Nick’s Imports and his friend, Hemza, stole center stage as they grilled and served...

 

Market House holding Halloween Friday Frenzy

Frankenstein’s Friday Frenzy will take place on Friday, Oct. 29 at the South Side Market House Senior Center on 12th Street. The Halloween party will take place from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and there is a charge of $3 to participate. The schedule of...

 

Annual Goat Fest was a family affair with fun for all who attended

Friends of South Side Park (FOSSP) hosted the fourth annual Goat Fest on Saturday, Sept. 18. In addition to the star attraction of the Allegheny GoatScape goats and their protector miniature donkey,...

 

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 to open substation in South Side

The city has started construction and will be opening a Zone 3 Police substation in the former South Side police station on South 18th Street. Instead of having to respond and commute between the Sout...

 

Lowes' employees volunteering at Esser's Plaza

South Side Community Council's Esser's Plaza Renovation Project is one of the 100 impact projects that are the cornerstone of 100 Hometowns, an initiative to celebrate Lowe's centennial. In...

 

Neighborhood ambassadors needed for stormwater plan

Grounded Strategies is seeking ambassadors from South Side Flats and Slopes for the 21st Street sewershed of the PWSA Stormwater Master Plan. Ambassadors will learn about the new PSWA Stormwater Master Plan and how the elements of the stormwater...

 

South Side Sidewalk Shop & Stroll on Saturday

The South Side Chamber of Commerce and the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh have partnered to present the South Side Sidewalk Shop & Stroll on Saturday, Oct. 9 in Pittsburgh's Historic...

 

Goat Fest was a success

Friends of South Side Park (FOSSP) hosted the fourth annual Goat Fest on Saturday, Sept. 18. In addition to the star attraction of the Allegheny GoatScape goats and their protector miniature donkey, Hobo, there was a petting zoo of baby goats and...

 

South Side street party enjoyed by all

South Side's 13th Street was a festive area on Saturday, Sept. 11th due to the work of many and the support of neighborhood residents and businesses. Nizzar of Nick's Imports and his friend, Hemza,...

 

Roberta F. Smith, longtime Reporter editor

Roberta A story I frequently tell is when I graduated from journalism school my mother said I could work for her until I found a real job. That was in January of 1979 and my mother, Roberta F. Smith,...

 

South Side Sidewalk Shop and Stroll

Save the date for the Saturday, October 9 "South Side Sidewalk Shop and Stroll" starting at 11 a.m. The South Side Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of...

 

PWSA explains rate hike for stormwater efforts

By Margaret L. Smykla Contributing Writer A presentation by the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) on a proposed stormwater fee, and on stormwater planning efforts, kicked off the Sept. 14 meeting of the South Side Planning Forum. Presenter...

 

East Carson Street will be open to two-way traffic weekend nights

East Carson Street will be open to two-way traffic again beginning this weekend. In the last week of July, Public Safety introduced a traffic pilot project in the busy South Side corridor in an effort to ease vehicle congestion, improve pedestrian...

 

South Side DAM meeting concerns windows in the Historic District

The South Side Community Council (SSCC) virtual Development Activities Meeting (DAM) on Thursday, Sept. 16 has been canceled. The project originally to be discussed is window replacement in the...

 

South Side Slopes entering the Garbage Olympics

Saturday, Sept. 18 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., neighborhoods all across Pittsburgh will participate in a competition to see who can get the most litter, debris, and garbage off city streets and steps....

 

Alliance business support expands into Mt. Oliver

It's not your father's Allentown business district, anymore. Over the past six years the Hilltop Alliance (HA) has succeeded in attracting close to 50 new businesses to the small neighborhood...

 

Goat Fest is returning this year with a new location, Arlington Baseball Field

Friends of South Side Park (FOSSP) are celebrating the Allegheny GoatScape team's fifth year of reducing the reach of invasive plants in Jurassic Valley. Join them at the Arlington Baseball Field...

 

South Side DAM meeting concerns Rite Aids in S.S. Historic District

The August 19 virtual development activities meeting (DAM) of the South Side Community Council (SSCC) featured two presentations regarding Rite Aid: at 1915 E. Carson St. and at 2655 E. Carson St. Both proposals will be presented to the Historic...

 

South Side Street Party returns to the neighborhood on Sept. 11

Join your neighbors from the Flats and the Slopes to celebrate the South Side community with a Street Party on Saturday, Sept. 11. Residents and businesses are gathering to encourage positive interaction in the neighborhood. The street party will...

 

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