- February: First issue of the Northside Chronicle printed.
- November: Latimer School in Deutschtown reopens as The School House Apartments.
- April: Sherif Abdelhak is appointed CEO of Allegheny Health Services, Allegheny General Hospital operator.
- November: St. Mary’s Church in Deutschtown reopens as The Priory, A City Inn.
- May: Mayor Richard Caliguiri dies.
- October: Northside Civic Development Council unveils renovated Eberhart & Ober Brewery building, with office space and room for the Penn Brewery.
- November: Ground broken for the Carnegie Science Center.
- April: The Northside celebrates its 150th anniversary, counting from Allegheny City’s founding in 1840.
- May: Dan Onorato elected to city council
- September: The Buhl Science Center closes to the public.
- October: Carnegie Science Center Opens.
- July: Nonprofit Save the Aviary, Inc. takes over operations at the Pittsburgh Aviary.
- November: Tom Murphy elected Pittsburgh’s first Northside mayor.
- May: The Andy Warhol Museum opens.
- September: Riverview Park celebrates its centennial anniversary.
- October: Friends of the Riverfront unveils first section of Three Rivers Heritage Trail.
- July: Ground broken on $22 million Lincoln at North Shore apartments and $1 million Alpine Street project in the Central Northside.
- June: Brighton Heights celebrates opening of Spring Hill Savings Bank.
- December: Development begins on Troy Hill’s Wicklines Lane.
- September: Barbara Burns opens Sweet Time Cafe and post office on East Ohio Street.
- March: URA approves financing to Allegheny West for rehabilitation of 10 houses on Allegheny Avenue.
- July: St. Nicholas Church receives historic designation.
- February: Calvary United Church of Christ undergoes extensive renovations.
- March: The Federal Hill project receives $1.8 million from Pennsylvania’s Housing Finance Agency.
- April: The Allegheny branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh closes after a lightning strike.
- September: Renovated Woods Run branch of CLP opens.
- March: New Garden Realty Corp. sells the Garden Theater to the URA.
- December: 100th anniversary of Allegheny City’s annexation commemorated
- January: Tunnel mining of Allegheny River begins for the North Shore Connector project.
- January: The Northside Chronicle launces website.
- September: New Allegheny branch of CLP opens on Federal Street.
- January: District 1 Councilwoman Darlene Harris is elected Council President.