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Friends combine to develop a song for a California centennial

Friends for more than 60 years, two South Pittsburgh women joined together to develop a song for a California centennial. Dolores (Dorsey) Fortini McTaggart and Carolyn Stasenko Scharer attended the University of Pittsburgh on honor scholarships...

 

Nina Ricciardi is named to St. Vincent Fall Dean's List

A South Pittsburgh student was among the 575 students named to the Dean’s List of Saint Vincent College for the fall 2015 semester, according to Dean of Studies Alice Kaylor. Nina Ricciardi, a senior in Political Science from South Side, earned...

 

State Sen. Costa announces re-election bid

State Senate Democratic Leader Jay Costa (D-Allegheny) has announced he will seek re-election to the Senate of Pennsylvania from the 43rd District. “This is a very difficult time with many challenges to overcome, that’s why it’s important to...

 

South Side attorney inducted into Academy of Trial Lawyers

Attorney Ronald L. Hicks, Jr., was inducted into the Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County at its 2015 fall meeting. A partner at Meyer Unkovic & Scott, Mr. Hicks is a civil trial and appellate lawyer who works closely with businesses and...

 

South Side Attorney joins downtown firm

Ashley L. Wilkinson has joined the firm of Meyer, Unkovic & Scott as an associate. Ms. Wilkinson graduated summa cum laude from Duquesne University School of Law in 2015. She is a 2012 graduate...

 

Violet and Kaylie join Austin

Five year-old Austin Lubawski got two special treats this last Halloween: twin baby sisters, Violet Rose and Kaylie Jean. Parents of the newly expanded family are Holly and Jared Lubawski of Baldwin....

 

Senior volunteer tapped for council

Allentown Senior Center volunteer, Carmen Burrell, has been appointed to serve as a member of the Department of Human Services Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council. The appointment was recently...

 

Withers named one of CNN's Heroes

Pittsburgh Mercy Health System (PMHS) has announced that Jim Withers, MD, founder and medical director of PMHS’ Operation Safety Net (OSN), has been named one of CNN’s Top Ten Heroes of 2015. Anderson Cooper, who hosts ‘CNN Heroes: An All-Star...

 
 By Tom Smith    News    October 6, 2015

Beltzhoover resident works toward gaining independence

Even with her own wheels, Darnisha Burney still needs a little help getting around. The 24-year-old lives with her aunt and grandmother in Beltzhoover, but enjoys being as independent as she can be...

 

Veterans Leadership welcomes Glass as new executive director

Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania has announced the appointment of Michael Aaron Glass as its new executive director. Mr. Glass brings more than 10 years of executive management...

 

District Judge Richard King

Magisterial District Judge Richard King has been designated as Chair of the Minor Judiciary Education Board. The Pennsylvania Constitution requires magisterial district judges be members of the bar of the Supreme Court or, before taking office, compl...

 

S.S. Slopes sisters compete in national fiddle championships

The Arnold-Mages Sisters, from the South Side Slopes, recently competed in the National Oldtime Fiddle Championships in Weiser Idaho last week. To compete, each fiddler must prepare three songs: a...

 

Area students earn Penn State Dean's List

The following South Pittsburgh students were named to Penn State University for the Spring 2015 term: Sydney N. Brinton, University Park; Mia C. Coelho, University Park; Robert P. Denove, University Park; Tarika Embar, University Park; and, Alicia F...

 

South Side Mibster competing at 92nd National Marbles Championship

The 92nd National Marbles Tournament got underway on Monday, June 22, in Wildwood, N.J. Allegheny County is represented by girls champion Sierra Ricci, age 10, of Shaler Twp., boys champion Eli Murphy, age 12, of Squirrel Hill, girls runner-up...

 

Mulick earns scholarships, awards

Mount Washington resident Jonathan Mulick,18, will graduate from Bishop Canevin High School with high honors this year. He was awarded the 2015 Bob O'Connor Foundation Community Service Scholarship....

 

Ricciardi earns Dean's List

Saint Vincent College named 595 students to the Dean’s List of for the spring 2015 semester, according to Ms. Alice Kaylor, Dean of Studies. Earning Dean’s List honors in South Pittsburgh was Nina Ricciardi a junior majoring in Politics at the...

 

Local students complete Toastmasters Youth Leadership Program in Carrick

Seven area students completed the eight-session Youth Leadership Program conducted by Toastmasters Carrick PA On May 2. The program is designed to help youth improve their communication and...

 

Brenda Farrell is the Student of the Month

The South Side Chamber of Commerce’s Pittsburgh Phillips’ Student of the Month for s April was Brenda Farrell Brenda is a kindergartener in Beth Lazor’s class. She was presented the award with her grandparents present, Joann and Chuck Farrell....

 

Edinboro Dean's List

South Pittsburgh area students have earned Dean’s List honors at Edinboro University for the fall term. Those students earning the honors include: Gabrielle N. Sally, Jami L. Szalla, Kenneth C. Vinston, Miawna G. Johnson and Elissa V....

 

St. John Bosco Academy girls take their second Diocesan Championship

The St. John Bosco Academy (formerly Brookline Regional Catholic) Girls JV basketball team went undefeated winning the 2014-2015 Section and Diocesan Championship. The team now has back-to-back...

 

Link announces candidacy for school board

Tracy Link of Mt. Washington has announced she is a candidate for Pittsburgh Public School Board Director for District 6 which includes Mt. Washington, Banksville, Brookline and Beechview.M Ms. Links was born and raised in Pittsburgh. She has been...

 

Hilltop native celebrates 70 years with Maryknoll Sisters

Sister Marie Morgan, who served as a pharmacist at Queen of the World Hospital, Kansas City, MO, and pastoral worker in Mexico and Central America, is celebrate 70 years with Maryknoll Sisters this ye...

 

Rudiak to run for city controller

City Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak has announced her candidacy to be the first female City Controller of Pittsburgh. “I’m running for City Controller to fight for stronger schools and vibrant neighborhoods. I will bring fiscal leadership to...

 

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