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PWSA lead service line replacement program reaches early milestone in goal of 3,700 lines

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) has completed more than 700 public and 600 private lead service line replacements so far in 2019 and is on track to replace over 3,700 more public lines between now and June 2020. The 2019 lead line...

 

Carrick Library has a full month of activities for all ages in June

Check out what’s happening in June at the Carrick Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: Programs for Children: Storytime: Baby & Me, Tuesdays, 11 a.m. Sing, clap and bounce along to interactive rhymes, stories and songs. Songs help...

 

Taste of Carrick is on June 15

The Dairy District Advisory Group is hosting a family-friendly "A Taste of Carrick" event on Saturday, June 15 from 2-4 p.m. at the Dairy District pavilion, 1529 Brownsville Rd. Come out and taste...

 

Allegheny Land Trust works to permanently protect 40 acres of green space in Bethel Park

Land conservation nonprofit Allegheny Land Trust (ALT) is working in cooperation with the municipality of Bethel Park, the local community, and other partners to acquire and permanently conserve one of the largest remaining green spaces in the South...

 

Part of Brownsville Road to close for repairs June 8

Brownsville Road between Linhart Lane in Baldwin Borough and Streets Run Road in Whitehall Borough will close at 6 a.m. on Saturday, June 8. The closure, which is expected to last until Thursday, June 13, is required for work on Brownsville Road...

 

Hilltop kids can learn about farming at Urban Farm's youth camps

Hilltop youth will have another fun option this July at free summer camps at the Hilltop Urban Farm at 700 Cresswell Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15210. Kids in grades pre-K to 8th grade living in Hilltop...

 

June Wild & Scenic Film Festival is hosted by PA Resources, Cleanways

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival – the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film festival – will stop in Pittsburgh in June as part of its nationwide tour to showcase environmental films that inspire action, and again this year the...

 

Free dinners for veterans

Concord Presbyterian Church, 1907 Brownsville Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15210, is holding free monthly Veterans’ Dinners to say “Thank You” to area Veterans. Those planning to attend are asked to call the church to RSVP, 412-882-1141, and leave a...

 

City farmers markets opening for the season

The City of Pittsburgh is kicked off Farmers Market season with exciting new support and tools for all regional markets. Mayor William Peduto, the Pittsburgh Food Policy Council, Just Harvest and other community leaders marked the start of farmers...

 

Jimi Adler returns to play at the Dairy District

A night with Jimi Adler! Former Carrick High School English teacher and current CAPA English teacher Jimi Adler brings his Jimmy Adler Band back to where it all started; just a stone’s throw from where his first band used to rehearse, at the...

 

Grentz graduates

Danielle Grentz has graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and finished a double minor study in Museum Studies and English Literature. She is the...

 

Rebecca Kirk earns Dean's List

Rebecca Kirk earned Dean’s Honor List for Fall 2018 at Arcadia University. Ms. Kirk is a Cultural Anthropology major. More than 1,000 students earned distinguished honors and honors in the spring and fall 2018, and 59 student and faculty awards...

 

South Side AA, Arlington CC will host a Community Day

South Side Athletic Association and the Arlington Civic Council will host a Community Day on Saturday, May 18, from noon - 7 p.m. at the Arlington Ballfield behind the Arlington Firehouse. Come and enjoy baseball and softball games, carnival games...

 

LifeSpan Knoxville lists upcoming activites, events

Knoxville Senior Resource Center, 320 Brownsville Road, is listing several upcoming activities. Lunch Bunch Outing – Interchange will take place on Tuesday, May 21, from 11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m. Paint with a Twist also on Tuesday, May 21. The Advisory...

 

Volunteers are needed to help mulch Carrick trees

Join neighbors and fellow tree tenders to remove litter, weeds, and then mulch the street trees on Brownsville Road on Tuesday, May 21. Volunteers will meet at the Dairy District Pavilion at 6 p.m. Mulch, gloves and tools will be provided by Tree...

 

Mayor William Peduto creates the city's first Office of Equity

Mayor William Peduto has signed an Executive Order creating the City’s Office of Equity, which will work across City of Pittsburgh government to embed the importance of equity in government work, and address and eradicate inequalities in all its...

 

Reps. Readshaw, Kortz announce bill to improve police hiring process

State Reps. Harry Readshaw and Bill Kortz, both D-Allegheny, have announced they will soon introduce legislation that would improve police departments' hiring process by ensuring investigators have...

 

South Side Presbyterian flea market and food sale

The South Side Presbyterian Church welcomes all to a community Flea Market and Food Sale on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests plan to have a variety of items for sale plus the church lunch menu includes homemade haluski, wedding soup,...

 

Now PA drivers won't get licenses suspended for non-driving offenses

Act 95 of 2018, signed into law by Governor Tom Wolf in October 2018, is now in effect to eliminate driver’s license suspensions for non-driving infractions in Pennsylvania moving forward. The law amends Title 75 of the Pennsylvania Consolidated St...

 

Great American Cleanup partners encouraged to enter video contest

Anyone participating in Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup of PA is reminded to submit an entry in the video contest.  To participate, send Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful a 60-second video of your Great American Cleanup of PA event...

 

Governor announces scholarship funding for high school graduates

Governor Tom Wolf has announced the approval of $100,000 in funding for Pittsburgh Promise, which funds post-secondary scholarships for students in western Pennsylvania. “Education is the cornerstone of workforce development and, in turn, the...

 

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