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Annual NSLC Awards Dinner canceled, scholarships still presented

This year's Northside Leadership Conference dinner has been canceled, but scholarships will still be awarded.

Northside farmer’s market reopening, parks restrictions lifting as Allegheny County enters green phase

Farmer's markets in Allegheny County, like the one in the Northside, are slowly reopening following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Northside business models adapt in the face of COVID-19

A list of small businesses in Pittsburgh's Northside that have creatively adapted their business models in response to the coronavirus.

2020 New Sun Rising Vibrancy Awards to honor Northside ‘Brown Mamas’

Triboro Ecodistrict and South Hilltop Men’s Group/Hilltop Rising LLC will also be recognized at the live-streamed event on June 20.

Hemolung: A gentler alternative to the ventilator?

The Hemolung, created by Northside resident Dr. William Federspiel, shows promise in treating COVID-19 patients.

“Tour de Quarantine” the brainchild of Pittsburgh cycling commentator

Pittsburgher Brad Sohner's "Tour de Quarantine" is a hilarious parody of professional cycling.

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald calls in-person voting “unrealistic” during COVID-19 crisis

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald urges Allegheny County to move to All-Mail Elections amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

“Compassion Hub” now open at Allegheny Center Alliance Church

Allegheny Center Alliance Church is now providing free food for children in Pittsburgh's Northside.

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.