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Learning center offers students new resources in Brighton Heights

Above: Parker and Barron celebrate the opening of Malaika Learning Center in Brighton Heights.

Remembering Stella Kalaris

Stella “Yia Yia” Kalaris passed away this year on October 26. Beloved by many, she was known for her time spent with her husband...

City’s recycling program saves Christmas trees from landfill, turns them into mulch

The City of Pittsburgh's Christmas Tree Recycling Program has expanded from last year. Northsiders can now recycle their trees at two drop-off...

35th Annual Scholarship and Community Awards

Photos by Lauren Stauffer Northside Leadership Conference Honors Students, Neighbors, and Businesses By Lauren Stauffer Over 330 guests attended the 35th Annual Scholarship and Awards Dinner held...

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...

Northside Happenings October 18 to 21, 2018

It's a busy fall weekend for Northside art and music lovers. Check out Reggae Night at Allegheny City Brewing, Dogtoberfest at Federal Galley and...

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...

Northside Happenings October 26 – 30, 2017

Get the costumes ready, Halloween is in full swing this weekend will plenty of neighborhood parades and festivals. By: NSC Staff     Thursday, October 26 Fountain of Youth...

Spring events in Brighton Heights

Upcoming Events in Brighton Heights Flower planting When: May 25, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Where: 3629 California Avenue Join the Brighton Heights Citizens Federation annual flower planting on May 25. The...

Placing of the Flags at Highwood Cemetery

Photo by Bridget Fertal Joe Brown, the organizer for the flag placing, said it is his goal to make Highwood Cemetery look similar to Arlington...