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Prayer and Action Rally for Chassity

A Prayer and Action Rally in honor of Chassity Clancy, and all children lost or affected by acts of gunfire, will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 18 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the South Side Presbyterian Church, 1926 Sarah Street, Pittsburgh PA 15203. Rev. Eileen...

 

PED funds being used for cleaning, banners, Saint Patrick's Day

The February 11 meeting of the South Side Planning Forum began with updates on the South Side Parking Enhancement District (PED), or the enforcement of South Side Flats parking meters from 6 p.m. - Pmidnight on Fridays and Saturdays. The revenue...

 

Carson redevelopment final plans at meeting

The South Side Community Council and PennDot will share final plans for the East Carson Street redevelopment project at a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 24 at the Brashear Center, 2005...

 

New steering group, area crime reports discussed in Carrick

The Brashear Association is looking for Hilltop residents to become members of a new Hilltop Program Steering Committee to drive future programing needs in the Hilltop. Kelli Murphy, a master’s level University of Pittsburgh intern with Brashear,...

 

DOMI releases draft Bike(+) Master Plan for review and opportunities to comment

After five years of planning and input from hundreds of individuals, the City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure has released the draft Bike(+) Master Plan for public comment....

 

City developing a vision plan for future transportation

Crime statistics, a new Hilltop Program Steering Committee, and the Dept. of Public Works' 4th Division site update were among the topics at the Jan. 23 meeting of the Mt. Oliver City/St. Clair...

 

City, UPMC partnership to educate, empower community in emergencies

In an emergency, minutes matter. From calling 911, to knowing how to perform chest compressions or how to use a tourniquet, to clearing a path for emergency professionals, even the most basic...

 

Commander gives insight into truck traffic in the Slopes

The Jan. 14 general meeting of the South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association (SSSNA) began with a Zone 3 police update by Commander Karen Dixon. “The Flats’ crime drives the reports,” she said of all of the activity in the Flats. A problem in...

 

Updates provided at boro council

The Jan. 20 meeting of Mt. Oliver Council began with the public safety report for December. Absent were council members Tina Reft and Paul Doyle. Mayor Frank Bernardini reported there were 525 total...

 

Soup contest will feature 25 of South Side's best soups

The 16th Annual South Side Soup Contest is on Saturday, Feb. 22, from noon to 3 p.m. The soup contest an opportunity to sample delicious soups from some of the neighborhood's best restaurants while...

 

Dedicated police unit, PED update at Forum

The Jan. 14 meeting of the South Side Planning Forum began with a brief report from Kitty Vagley, from the Friends of South Side Park, on a new South Side Park accessible trail. City approvals, and then state approvals, need to be secured. The hope...

 

Property Reserve details discussed on Mt. Wash.

Representatives from various community organizations educated Mt. Washington residents about the City of Pittsburgh Property Reserve and the importance of property recycling at last Thursday’s Mt....

 

South Side Park Master Plan's phase 1 projects unveiled

A strategy for Phase 1 of the South Side Park Master Plan was unveiled on Jan. 15 at the Brashear Center. The Phase 1 project encompasses six acres located parallel to South 18th St. to the South 21St St. entrance to the park, and includes proposed...

 

Mt. Oliver Council sworn in

Council members took the Oath of Office and elected officers at the Mt. Oliver Borough Council Reorganization Meeting on Monday, Jan. 7. Sworn in for their second terms were Amber McGough and Christin...

 

Block watch questions if police reports are always being filed

The Carrick and Overbrook communities continue to see lower crime rates in recent months, but not all block watch members are convinced victims are reporting crimes or that officers are consistently filing reports. At last week’s monthly block...

 

Rep. Readshaw will not seek re-election

State Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Carrick, a lifelong resident of Pittsburgh and the longest-serving state representative of the 36th Legislative District, announced he will not seek a 14th term next...

 

The more things change, the more they stay the same

Over the Christmas holiday, I was going through the files and came across a story from...well let's let the date of the story go until the end. Those taking a look at the accompanying photo will have...

 

State grant will help stabilize, renovate Allentown buildings

The Hilltop Alliance has received a $41,026 state grant to stabilize and enhance two anchor buildings in the Allentown business district. The Alliance purchased the buildings at 821 and 823 in late...

 

Readers respond to: What The Reporter means to me

Several weeks ago, I wrote a little story explaining what The Reporter has meant to me over the years. I wrote about some of the opportunities and experiences I had because of my life-long association with the weekly newspaper. I also asked you to...

 

Boro honors long-time business at Mt. Oliver Council meeting

The Dec. 16 meeting of Mt. Oliver Council began with the presentation by council President Amber McGough of a "Certificate of Recognition and Appreciation" to Don's Bar for its 60 years of business wi...

 

MWCDC awarded Platinum Status

For the second year in a row, Mount Washington Community Development Corporation (MWCDC) has been awarded the Platinum Seal of Transparency by GuideStar USA. “This is the highest recognition level offered by GuideStar USA, the nonprofit...

 

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