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Mt. Oliver Department reports for July

Highlights from the department reports for Mt. Oliver Borough from the December department reports for the month of July 2021: Public Safety 431 total calls for service for Mt. Oliver Police...

 

Brashear seeking candidates for Board

The Brashear Association, Inc. is seeking new board members to support the organization with a specific skillsets, passion and resources. Brashear will move the headquarters to the Hilltop this Fall,...

 

PRC appoints Sarah Alessio Shea deputy director

Sarah Alessio Shea has been appointed deputy director of Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC). Since 2005, Ms. Shea has overseen a variety of PRC recycling programs in western Pennsylvania. The 70+...

 

City of Pittsburgh seeks artists for public art opportunity in Homewood Park

The City of Pittsburgh Department of City Planning (DCP) and Department of Public Works (DPW) are seeking artists to submit their qualifications for an opportunity to create public art as part of...

 

Wolf Administration announces new criminal justice dashboard

Governor Tom Wolf, together with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (PADOC), has launched a new information dashboard to enhance Pennsylvania’s efforts to promote data transparency surrounding its criminal justice ecosystem. PADOC has...

 

Department of Energy Awards $3.8M grant to develop zero emissions curbside management model to benefit businesses and environment in Pittsburgh

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded the City of Pittsburgh a 3-year $3.8 million grant to advance zero emissions delivery, study curb use in business districts and implement technologies and policies that accelerate electric vehicle (EV)...

 

L&I announces free statewide virtual job training program for Pennsylvanians

Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) will launch a free online job training program SkillUp® PA statewide on August 14 to help Pennsylvania job seekers gain the new skills they need to join the workforce or advance their career.  “SkillUp® PA...

 

Pennsylvania announces upcoming end to pandemic-related licensing waivers

The Pennsylvania Department of State announced its professional licensing waivers issued under the COVID-19 disaster declaration will begin to expire in several phases starting August 17. Under Act 21 of 2021, all waived and suspended regulations...

 

Department of Corrections announces proactive mitigation efforts to protect against COVID-19

Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (DOC) Secretary John Wetzel has announced additional steps the department is taking to keep the incarcerated population protected against COVID-19. Incarcerated individuals will be assigned to housing units...

 

Neighborhood Allies and Steel Smiling launch Organization-in-Residence Pilot Program

Neighborhood Allies and Steel Smiling are launching an innovative Organization-in-Residence Pilot Program. The Organization-in-Residence initiative is an innovative pilot program co-created by Neighborhood Allies and Steel Smiling. The intention of...

 

Blue Recycling Bin Distribution Phase 3 to Begin August 17

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Works Environmental Services Division will begin phase 3 of its distribution of 32-gallon blue curbside recycling bins to city residents on August 17. The d...

 

Concord Church vendor fair will be on Saturday, Aug. 21

The Concord Presbyterian Church Vendor Fair and Food Stand will take place on August 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. outside and inside. Concord Presbyterian Church is at 1907 Brownsville Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15210....

 

Port Authority asking for input on future of South Hills Junction

Port Authority of Allegheny County is seeking public input to help determine the future of South Hills Junction.   The Authority wants the community’s input to help identify opportunities to make the station easier to use,...

 

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...

 

Area schools receive fresh fruit and vegetable funding

Sen. Jay Costa (D- Allegheny) has announced that 15 schools in his Senate district will receive funding through the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Program (FFVP), awarded by the U.S. Department of...

 

Sen. Costa announces over half a million in Keystone Communities Program grant funding

Sen. Jay Costa (D- Allegheny) announced $635,000 in Keystone Communities (KC) program grant funding has been awarded to community revitalization projects. "Every opportunity to revitalize a community...

 

City of Pittsburgh seeks artists for public art opportunity in Homewood Park

The City of Pittsburgh Department of City Planning (DCP) and Department of Public Works (DPW) are seeking artists to submit their qualifications for an opportunity to create public art as part of the...

 

State Department of Corrections has new criminal justice dashboard

Governor Tom Wolf, together with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (PADOC), has launched a new information dashboard to enhance Pennsylvania's efforts to promote data transparency surrounding its criminal justice ecosystem. PADOC has...

 

Department of Energy awards $3.8M grant to develop zero emissions curbside management model

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded the City of Pittsburgh a 3-year $3.8 million grant to advance zero emissions delivery, study curb use in business districts and implement technologies and...

 

L&I Announces free Statewide virtual job training program for Pennsylvanians

Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) will launch a free online job training program SkillUp® PA statewide on August 14 to help Pennsylvania job seekers gain the new skills they need to join the workforce or advance their career. “SkillUp® PA is...

 

Concord Church has space for vendors at fair

The Concord Presbyterian Church Vendor Fair and Food Stand will take place on August 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. outside and inside. Spots and/or tables are available for $10 by calling 412-882-1141. Concord Presbyterian Church is at 1907 Brownsville...

 

City residents can get vouchers to use Dormont Pool

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks and Recreation (Citiparks) has a new program for city residents to use voucher coupons to swim at the Dormont Pool for the remainder of the summer 2021 season. City residents will be able...

 

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