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Holy Week services offered at St. Paul of the Cross Monastery

St. Paul of the Cross Monastery, 148 Monastery Avenue, Holy Week services begin this week with Passion (Palm) Sunday Liturgies on Saturday, April 13, 5:30 p.m. with the Vigil for Palm Sunday. Continuing on Palm Sunday, April 14 with Palm Sunday Mass...

 

Holy Week Service at Concord Presbyterian

Concord Presbyterian Church, 1907 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh PA 15210, is planning Holy Week Services. Passion/Palm Sunday, Sunday, April 14, 11 a.m. Palm Procession and reading of The Passion.  Maundy Thursday, Thursday, April 18, 7 p.m. service...

 

Help beautify Phillips Park

Join the Friends of Phillips Park for its spring volunteer event to beautify Phillips Park on Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m.- noon. The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy will provide tools and water....

 

Dept. of Aging launches online volunteer sign-ups

The Department of Aging has launched a new online volunteer sign-up form for recruiting volunteers to serve older Pennsylvanians. April is recognized as National Volunteer Month and, with more than three million individuals age 60 and over, a...

 

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...

 

Slovakia Easter dinner in South Side

Save the date and mark your calendar to experience a bit of Slovakia at Eastertime on Pittsburgh’s South Side. On Saturday, April 13, 2019, Prince of Peace Parish will host the 29th Annual Slovak Mass and Easter Customs Breakfast. The celebration...

 

Free christmas tree mulch from city Forestry Division

Pittsburgh residents are welcome to pick up free mulch from the City’s Christmas Tree Recycling Program, on April 6, April 13, and April 20, while supplies last. This past holiday season, the City of Pittsburgh diverted more than 21 tons of...

 

BNC Reach Program to provide clothing, assistance

The Beltzhoover Neighborhood Council Reach Project is available to Beltzhoover, Allentown and Knoxville Residents, with a financial need for utilities, food, shelter, clothing for interviews or transportation. Funds are limited. For...

 

South Side Spring Social is this Saturday

Celebrate Spring in the neighborhood! For the sixth year in a row, South Side Neighbors are planning a Spring Social for all residents of the Flats and the Slopes. The party is on April 6 from 6-10 p.m. in La Palapa. 2224 East Carson Street. Tickets...

 

Carrick clean-up will be on April 20

The Carrick Community Council (CCC) Beautification Committee will hold an Earth Day litter pick up on Saturday April 20. All groups are welcome Scouts, church groups, schools, other community organizations and corporate groups. Volunteers will meet...

 

Pittsburgh projects receive $2.25 M in state funding

A total of $2.25 million in state multimodal grant funds for five Allegheny County projects have been approved. The multimodal funds, approved by the board of the state’s Commonwealth Financing Agency (CFA) program, include: $1.177 million for...

 

$10 M will help fund Hazelwood Green

State Rep. Jake Wheatley, D-Allegheny, announced that the state is awarding a $10 million funding package to help spur a major redevelopment project at the former FTV Steel property in Hazelwood. “This is a major investment by the state in a projec...

 

Readshaw's Preservation Ball raises funds for Gettysburg monuments

State Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, hosted his 16th annual Gettysburg Preservation Ball on Saturday, March 30 in the state Capitol Rotunda. The ball supports the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project founded in 1997 by Rep. Readshaw after he...

 

Rivers Casino volunteers help out in South Side at Center for Victims

Rivers Casino Community Champions lent a helping hand to Center for Victims (CV), the South Side’s comprehensive, inclusive provider of services, advocacy and education for victims of all crimes last week. Team Members helped clean and organize...

 

Super Saturday Sale at St. Pius

St. Pius X Byzantine Catholic Church, 2336 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15210, will be holding its annual Super Saturday Sale, a craft, vendor, and flea market event on Saturday, May 4 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Food will be served throughout the day....

 

Rep. Wheatley calls for a study of after-school program in Pennsylvania

Recognizing the many positive impacts after-school program have on Pennsylvania’s youth, state Rep. Jake Wheatley, D-Allegheny, has introduced legislation (H.R. 180) calling for a study of after-school programs in Pennsylvania – and the...

 

Gov. Wolf renews opioid disaster declaration, commits to continue fight

Amid receipt of preliminary data indicating a decrease in opioid overdose deaths in some parts of the state from 2017 to 2018, Governor Wolf has signed the sixth renewal of his 90-day opioid disaster declaration, highlighting this progress, and...

 

AG warns consumers to be aware of 'We Buy Homes' scams

CONSUMER ALERT: Attorney General Shapiro Warns Consumers to be Aware of “We Buy Homes” Scam Attorney General Shapiro is warning Pennsylvanians to be aware of deceptive advertising by businesses posting “We Buy Homes” signs on street corners....

 

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...

 

Pappert Womens Chorale concert at A-Town center

The Allentown Senior Citizen Center is hosting the Duquesne School of Music Pappert Womens Chorale for a Spring Concert. The 35 women choral group led by Director of Choral Activities Dr. Caron Daley will perform on Thursday, April 11 at 2 p.m. The...

 

E. Carson Street streetscaping begins with lighting, greening

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) has begun construction of the East Carson Streetscaping Project.  The $3,000,000 project will provide aesthetic consistency along the East Carson corridor between 10th and 25th...

 

Columbia Gas begins pipline upgrade project in Arlington

Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania is beginning a gas pipeline replacement in Arlington. The pipeline upgrade project will affect customers in the Fernleaf Street area of Arlington including the streets of: Fernleaf Street, Jonquil Street, Mountain...

 

Blood drive at Redeemer Church

The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Carrick will hold a Vitalant Blood Drive on Saturday, April 27, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. The church is at 1628 Brownsville Road, between the Carrick Dairy Pavilion and the city fire station. Free parking and T-shirts are...

 

Bill allows carryover of continuing ed credits

The House unanimously approved a bill last week that would allow those licensed under the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs and subjected to a continuing education requirement to carry over excess CE credits they earn to their next...

 

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