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Friday, December 6, 2019

Brighton Heights

From bar to baristas: Muddy Cup renews troubled street corner

Muddy Cup Coffee owner Renee Tokar jokes with a customer while making her latte. (Photo/Kelly Thomas) Since Renee Tokar in March opened a Northside location...

Northside businesses take risks, find success, part two

Part two in a three-part series.  Click to read part one and part three. A niche market turns out profits Andrew Lee was a man...

Northside businesses take risks, find success

Part one in a three-part series. Read part two. In a time when the word “recession” has become equivalent to a swear word, the...

Additional access point lets kayakers hit the water

Water-loving Northsiders now have an easy way to put their canoes and kayaks on Pittsburgh’s rivers. A non-motorized access point to the Three Rivers Water...

Veterans Day 2010: A day to remember, a time to record

From the early years of the Republic, residents of Alleghenytown, then Allegheny City and then the Northside, have taken part in the nation's armed...

Fun for all at Riverview Dog Park

After 16 years, a Husky named Maverick is still able to truly admire nature sitting alongside his owner, Greg Clifford, on a pleasant day in Riverview...

Combination cafe and laundromat in Brighton Heights offers one-stop convenience

The grand opening of the Brighton Cafe and Trey's Laundromat featured free hotdogs. (Photo/Matthew Cichowicz) The Brighton Cafe and Trey’s Laundromat opened its doors...

Adam Ravenstahl counting on name recognition in District 20 race

Adam Ravenstahl talks with two voters. (Photo courtesy Friends of Adam Ravenstahl) With a little more than two weeks until the May 18 special election...

Northsiders want Rooney to stay open one more year

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