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Historic preservation tax credits awarded for two Northside buildings

Tax credits recently awarded to building renovation projects in the Northside will fund two affordable housing ventures. By: NSC Staff Photo by Christopher Amrich On August 10,...

Craft beer fans gather in Northside to celebrate launch of Pittsburgh Brewery Guide

"Pittsburgh is a beer-drinking town, and we're all neighbors here," reads the first page of the new Pittsburgh Brewery Guide. The guide debuted on...

Mattress Factory’s new Artists in Residence exhibition to open in September

The Northside museum will highlight the work of five artists from across the globe this fall as part of its Artists in Residence program.  By...

Pittsburgh Public Schools names new principals to four Northside schools

By Merecedes J. Howze, Pittsburgh Public Schools The 2018-2019 school year is quickly approaching, and four Northside schools have new school leaders.  In addition to...

Northside Happenings August 2 to 5, 2018

Happening in the Northside this week:  Learn how to write children's books with author Kelly Starling Lyons at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Allegheny...
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Flashback: From Allegheny Center to Nova Place

An $85 million plan in the 1960s failed, but a $100 million investment by FAROS Properties in 2015 is helping rebrand the former site...

Lake Elizabeth set to be refilled this week

After being drained due to an algae problem, Lake Elizabeth in West Allegheny Commons Park is scheduled to be refilled later this week. Some of...

Northside Happenings May 31 to June 3, 2018

From French wine to a Hungarian string band, this weekend you can travel the world without leaving the Northside. Or if you’d rather travel...

Northside Happenings May 10 to 13, 2018

Plenty of free community events this weekend with green initiatives in Troy Hill and Brighton Heights, not to mention plenty of Mother's Day events...

Neighboring schools are worlds apart

ATA and King PreK-8 are yards from each other, yet they’re drastically different in terms of student success rates and public perception By: Tyler Dague   This...