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Roberta F. Smith, longtime Reporter editor

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, after s...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Carson Street to become one-way on weekend nights again

After a temporary delay due to a partial building collapse in the 1600 block of E. Carson St. on August 12, the Department of Public Safety is reestablishing its modified traffic pilot project on South Side this upcoming weekend, August 27 ...

 

South Side Community Yard Sale this weekend

The South Side Community Council is hosting a South Side Community Yard Sale on Saturday, Aug. 28. Although 2020 may have been the year for many of us to clean out our attics and basements, there are...

 

UPMC officials quizzed on status of South Side facilities

UPMC officials met last week with members of the South Side Community Council (SSCC) to provide updates on the former hospital building at 20th and Mary streets; a new proposed childcare center on...

 

Building collaspe results in a partial closing of E. Carson St.t in South Side

Due to a partial building collapse in the 1600 block of E. Carson Street, the City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety is temporarily halting its traffic calming pilot project. The upper level...

 

Changes coming to the S.S. traffic calming pilot project

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety is making changes to the recently implemented pilot project in South Side to address mounting concerns regarding overcrowding, increased violence, an...

 

Volunteers needed at Ormsby Park on Saturday

Volunteers needed to finish South Side Community Garden At Ormsby Park on Saturday, Aug. 14 beginning at 9 a.m. The volunteers will be moving dirt into the garden space, mulching, finishing the...

 

Forum hears plans for E. Carson safety plan, extention of PED days

Throngs of post-pandemic revelers, and the ensuing unruly and sometimes criminal behavior, on weekends in the East Carson St. corridor was the focus of the combined July-August meeting of the South Side Planning Forum on July 27. The next day, in...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    August 3, 2021

Parking continues to be a problem for neighbors in Mt. Oliver Boro

Parking concerns on Overhill Street in Mt. Oliver Borough were on the agenda again at the Borough Council’s July public meeting. Darla Stabryla testified before the council she “never knew we had problems on Overhill Street” until she read it...

 

Carson has one-way traffic on weekends

The Department of Public Safety, in coordination with PennDOT, has begun adjustments to traffic patterns in the South Side business corridor on weekend evenings. As pandemic restrictions have eased, the increased volume of visitors to East Carson Str...

 

Esser Plaza receives grant as a Lowe's 100 Hometowns project

South Side Community Council's (SSCC) Renovation of Esser's Plaza Project is one of the 100 impact projects of 100 Hometowns, an initiative to celebrate Lowe's centennial. The SSCC will receive a...

 

Grant will mean more trees for South Side Park

South Side Community Council is thrilled to announce that Duquesne Light Company (DLC) has chosen South Side Community Council among the first group of microgrant recipients for South Side Park through its Community Impact Grants program, the new...

 

Construction causes lane restrictions on E. Carson

 Lane restrictions due to construction on East Carson Street (Route 837) in South Side began on Monday, Aug. 2 weather permitting.  Starting 6 a.m. Monday, traffic in each direction on East Carson Street will utilize ten-foot width lanes...

 

National Night Out celebrated in South Side on Aug. 3

South Side Community Council will hold a National Night Out (NNO) celebration on Tuesday, Aug. 3 from 5-7:30 p.m. at the end of 17th Street and Edwards Way. NNO is always a chance for neighbors to...

 

Surge in disruptive behavior in South Side leads Zone 3 council

The post-pandemic surge in crowds, disruptive behavior, and crime in the East Carson St. corridor was a major focus of the July 22 monthly Zoom meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council (Z3PSC)....

 

City Awards Love Your Block community grants

The City of Pittsburgh Office of Community Affairs has announced the 2021 cohort of Love Your Block grantees. Love Your Block is a City of Pittsburgh mini-grant program that brings neighbors...

 

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