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YMCA offers free access to new online programs

Stay healthy and connected with virtual resources from the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh. Photo courtesy of Pexels

Deutschtown Music Festival organizers cancel over coronavirus concerns

Organizers have cancelled the annual arts and musical festival, citing concerns about the health of attendees, performers, and staff.

Northside small business flower shop offering no-contact deliveries for Easter

The Farmer's Daughter flower shop in Pittsburgh's Northside is now offering no-contact delivery in time for Easter weekend.

Pennsylvania non-essential business owners: Apply today to stay open

The deadline to apply for a Business Exemption Waiver is today, April 3, at 5 p.m. By Ashlee Green

April 2020 issue of The Northside Chronicle now available online

The latest edition of The Northside Chronicle, the community newspaper of Pittsburgh's historic Northside, is now available online.

Pittsburgh doctors on the evolution, myths of coronavirus in the region

Dr. Arvind Venkat, Allegheny Health Network emergency physician and president of the Pennsylvania College of Emergency Physicians, and Dr. Maggie Thieman, Allegheny General Hospital Medical Director, talk with The Northside Chronicle about the facts and myths of coronavirus in the Pittsburgh region.

North Side Christian Health Center now operating ‘coronavirus response line’

North Side Christian Health Center in Pittsburgh's Northside is now operating a coronavirus response line.

Gov. Wolf orders “non-life sustaining” businesses to close

by NSC Staff As of 8PM on Thursday, March 19, 2020 businesses all across the...

Northside “buddy” system launched for vulnerable neighbors

The Northside Chronicle and Northside Leadership Conference's Allegheny General Hospital Partnership Coordinator create a sign-up form for neighbors to find or be...

Updated: A guide to navigating Pittsburgh’s Northside in the time of coronavirus

This is The Northside Chronicle's guide to navigating Pittsburgh's Northside organizations and small businesses in the time of coronavirus.