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August newsletter from Councilwoman Darlene Harris

I hope everyone has had a wonderful summer thus far! The heat in Pittsburgh has left us eager for fall, but with another year...

I-279 HOV lanes scheduled for overnight closures until February 9

I-279 HOV lanes will be closed overnight starting Monday, January 29 until Friday, February 9   According to a news brief from PennDOT released earlier today,...

Northside Public Safety: December 2013- Don’t leave valuables in car

By Alyse Horn As of December 18, 2013, 244 incidents were reported throughout the Northside, which led to 79 arrests. The Northside Public Safety Council wants...

West Ohio Street Bridge is closed

The West Ohio Street Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic until 2020.   According to a press release from Mayor Bill Peduto's office, the West...

Neighborhood policing teams to expand existing practices

Mayor William Peduto's administration and the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police are implementing a new community policing program that will get its start in 18...

Northside has 5 of the worst intersections in the county

A study released by downtown Pittsburgh law firm, Dallas W. Hartman P.C., highlights Allegheny County's most dangerous intersections for motor vehicle collisions. By: Neil Strebig   Northside...

Northside Public Safety: July 2013 – Fireworks

The Northside Public Safety Council wants to wish Northside residents a happy and safe Fourth of July. Northside Public Safety President David Stacy wants Northsiders...

Elks Lodge Drug Awareness Committee to hold contest

By Mark B Thomas The Elks Drug Awareness Program was started in 1983.  With the full support of members it expanded to the point that...

Northside Public Safety: June 2013 – Identity Theft

As most Americans know by now, crime doesn’t always happen on the streets or in neighborhoods. Identity theft can happen anywhere, especially online. The Northside...

October newsletter from Councilwoman Harris

Fall is finally here in the City of Pittsburgh, which means it’s time to wear boots, watch football, and sip on hot apple cider!...