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 News    June 11, 2019 

Woodruff at Merrimac intersection improvements

Construction has begun for the Woodruff at Merrimac Intersection Improvement Project, a project identified by the City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) as a Safety Improv...

 
 News    June 11, 2019 

Mount Washington library closing party

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Mt. Washington at 315 Grandview Avenue is having a closing celebration on Saturday, June 15, from noon to 4 p.m. Come enjoy some ice cream at no charge, but donations to the library would be appreciated. Then look...

 
 News    June 11, 2019 

Sacred Arts Festival will be at Grace-on-th-Mount Church

Grace-on-the-Mount Anglican Church will host a Sacred Arts Festival on Saturday, June 22 at 6:30 p.m. The public is welcome to come in for the presentation of spoken word, music, and art. Children are welcome to attend. Grace Church is at 319 W....

 
 Kids    June 11, 2019 

Hilltop Urban Farm holding free youth camps for So. Pittsburgh kids

Hilltop Urban Farm will offer four free summer camps at the one-acre Youth Farm in the summer of 2019 focusing on the teaching of nutrition and cooking, growing food, local food systems, agriculture as a career pathway and the ecology of western Penn...

 

Hilltop Urban Farm holding free youth camps for So. Pittsburgh kids

Hilltop Urban Farm will offer four free summer camps at the one-acre Youth Farm in the summer of 2019 focusing on the teaching of nutrition and cooking, growing food, local food systems, agriculture a...

 

Seniors can receive free produce at farmers markets with vouchers

Allegheny County residents 60 years and older may be eligible to receive a set of four checks for a total of $20 to purchase locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables through the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, administered by the...

 

'Community Connections' theme for Mt. Washington forum

Updates from local businesses, city officials, public safety groups, and politicians made for a full agenda at last Thursday's "Community Connections" themed Mount Washington Community Development...

 

Preliminary plans in the works for a new Division 4 facility

A meeting about the Dept. of Public Works’ (DPW) 4th Division site redevelopment drew about 50 residents, and public officials, to the Knoxville Library on April 22. “There are some initial plans we are going to share with you this evening,...

 

Household chemical collections held by PA Resources Council

A collection event on Saturday, May 4, at the North Park Swimming Pool parking lot will provide Pennsylvania residents with the first of seven opportunities in 2019 to safely and cost effectively dispose of common household chemicals. Throughout the...

 

Home ownership promoted at Mt. Washington CDC April forum

A housing-themed community forum hosted by the Mount Washington Community Development Corporation (MWCDC) last Thursday provided residents with information about the availability of homeowner...

 

MWCDC Homeowner Forum April 18

Home owners and home ownership will be the focus of the April 18 Mount Washington Community Development Corporation's April 18 Community Forum. The forum, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Mount Washington...

 

Stations of the Cross at Grace Anglican Church

Good Friday, Grace Anglican Church in Mt. Washington will offer Stations of the Cross, along Grandview Avenue stopping on the city’s observation decks. Lead by The Very Rev’d Canon John Hayes Park, a procession will gather at the Monongahela...

 

Stations of the Cross

Good Friday, Grace Anglican Church in Mt. Washington will offer Stations of the Cross, along Grandview Avenue stopping on the city’s observation decks. Lead by The Very Rev’d Canon John Hayes Park, a procession will gather at the Monongahela...

 

Market House to close for installation of HVAC

The South Side Market House will close on April 8 for installation of a new HVAC system. Friday, April 5 will be the last full day at the Market House. The staff will provide relocation information to keep in touch with updates. The center will...

 

Mount residents hear from PPC, PWSA on lead line replacement

Discussions about park improvements, community business development, lead line replacements, and local forestry packed a full agenda at last Thursday’s Mount Washington Community Development Corporation (MWCDC) community forum. The Pittsburgh...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    March 19, 2019

Hugh Brannan has influenced more than Brashear during his 36-year career

Sitting in Brashear's Museum Room, where much of South Side's history took place over the last 36 years and the Association's namesake is chronicled, it seemed appropriate Hugh Brannan was discussing...

 

URA in Your Neighborhood offers resources for business

URA in Your Neighborhood: Mt. Washington will offer resources for small businesses on Tuesday, March 19 from 2-4 p.m. at the Grandview Bakery meeting room, 225 Shiloh Street. New and existing business owners are welcome to stop in and talk with...

 

PWSA will get state funds for its area lead line replacement project

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) completed settlement on a $49 million construction project to replace drinking water lead service lines in the distribution systems of the Morningside, Homewood, Perry, Mount Washington, South Side and...

 

Real ID driver's licenses now available in Penna

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has announced optional Real ID-compliant driver’s licenses and photo ID cards are now available for Pennsylvania residents who want one. A federally-accepted form of identification, whether...

 

City of Pittsburgh Historic review hearings

The Historic Review Commission of Pittsburgh has scheduled the following hearing in the East Carson Street Historic District for 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6, following Internal Business beginning at 12:30 p.m. 315 Grandview Avenue — Mt....

 

Curb Appeal Program continues

Pleased with the results of its Curb Appeal pilot program, the Mount Washington Community Development Corporation (MWCDC) the organization is gearing up to continue and expand the program. The Curb...

 

MWCDC accomplishments and planning highlighted

Last year’s highlights and upcoming plans for 2019 were presented as part of the second annual Mount Washington Community Development Corporation’s (MWCDC) “Year in Review” meeting at last week’s community forum. Board president Alaina...

 

MWCDC's advocacy group will meet Feb. 27

The Mt. Washington Community Development Corporation (MWCDC) Advocacy Committee will meet on Wednesday, Feb. 27 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Mt. Washington Healthy Active Living Center, 122 Virginia Avenue. Discussion at the meeting will include:...

 

Final sign ups for WHAA ball will be February 23

Final call for sign up for the W.H.A.A. and the Mount Washington Athletic Association's 2019 Baseball and Softball season is February 23. Boys and girls ages 4 to 19 are welcome to sign up, although...

 

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