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Allegheny Library hosts spooky Northside tour

Above: The Old Allegheny Library will be a stop on the haunted tour.  by Mark Powell The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will host several free...

ACCA votes in favor of demolition on 3 W. North Ave buildings

On Monday, March 12 Allegheny City Central Association voted to support the demolition of 4, 6 and 8 West North Avenue on the Garden...

Allegheny Commons preservationists hope that National Register will help preserve park through bridge demolition

by Kelsey Shea This week Allegheny Commons Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places, which preservationists hope will give them a stronger...

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...

Buhl Foundation has big plans for the Northside

By Cristina Holtzer Pittsburgh’s Northside may have better schools and landlords in its future if all goes to plan. Over the next 10 to 20 years...

Northside music venues fill gap left by James Street Gastropub

The James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy, a Northside staple, closed its doors in 2017. Here's a list of some alternative neighborhood venues for fans of...

Career fair gives teens a chance to explore different paths

Photo by Douglas McGlynn Central Northside's Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh hosted the first "Life After High School" career fair for teenagers Saturday, Oct. 4....

Light of Life extends hours during frigid temperatures

Light of Life Rescue Mission, 10 E. North Ave., has extended its chapel hours throughout the weekend for the homeless to come in and...

Highmark Foundation hosts anti-bullying event at Heinz Field

Photo by Justin Criado Highmark Foundation hosted a "Huddle Up Against Bullying" symposium Tuesday, Oct. 28. Dr. Anthony Mannarino (center with microphone) of Central...