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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...

Avery Memorial A.M.E. Zion welcomes new Pastor

Photo courtesy of Pastor Dina Martin Martin became the pastor at Avery Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church in November 2013. By Alyse Horn Avery Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church,...

Health app re-envisions doctor appointments

Photo of app courtesy of Michael Cole By Alyse Horn In a fast paced and tech driven world, the phrase “Time is Money” remains an unfaltered...

‘Northside Happenings’ August 10 – 13, 2017

From Chalk Walks to Shakespeare to Wigle Whiskey the Northside has quite a few options for residents of all ages this weekend.   By: NSC Staff   Thursday,...

Registration open for Brighton Heights athletics

Online registration for 2014 baseball, softball and teeball through Brighton Heights Athletic Association is now open. In-person registration will be held from 12 p.m. to...

Kid City holds first family dance party in the Northside

Looking for something different to do with your kids this weekend? Check out Kid City, a family friendly dance party with food, craft vendors and...

School district schedules second hearing on Morrow closing

Morrow Elementry is one of many schools that will likely close as the school system attempts to consolodate its resources. (Photo/Henry Clay Webster) The Pittsburgh...

Water tanks to be distributed under PWSA Water Advisory

Last evening the Pittsburgh Water and Sewage Authority (PWSA) issued a precautionary water advisory for Millvale, Reserve Township and the Northside. The advisory is...

Northside housing project updates

by Kelsey Shea Though the Northside is known for historic rowhouses and Victorian mansions, there are redevelopment and new construction happening here as well, like...

Understanding the Woods Run Sewershed

By Lydia Yoder Our lives as Pittsburghers are deeply connected with the three rivers, though it’s sometimes easy to forget. When we turn on a...