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Spring Hill, mixing past and present for the future

With a history of community residents work to recapture neighborhood’s  past and give shape to its future. By: Victoria Stevans This article was the Winner...

Allegheny Center, a history of change

Before Nova Place, Allegheny Center was both a destination and an eyesore for the Northside By Neil Strebig Bitter winds howl through a desolate concourse. The...

Op-Ed: Why isn’t anyone talking about the service industry the right way?

A public discussion at Scratch Food & Beverage last week about tipping in the hospitality industry has left some sour notes. By: Neil Strebig   To be...
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Darieth Chisolm to speak out on cyber harassment at Providence Connections

Former WPXI on-air personality, Darieth Chisolm to host  Providence Connections' "Families First Networking Series: Everyday Courage and How to Combat Cyber Harassment" By: Neil Strebig Earlier...

Chateau, a fragmented history and a colorful future

Outside of Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff in Chateau. Photo credit: Neil Strebig A historical hemorrhage from Manchester has left Chateau with a unique blend of...

Steel City Boxing fights for community, for Northside

The Spring Hill gym will pit its best boxers against the rest of the Greater Pittsburgh area in September 29 event: 'Northside vs. The...

Youth football is back in Manchester after 50-year absence

After five decades without a youth football program, the Manchester Jaguars are back offering Manchester residents a positive influence for their children By: Christopher Ward It’s...

Negro League players honored with student-restored murals

Photo courtesy of Natasha Thrasher By Victoria Stevans On Saturday, April 22, Perry Hilltop residents and Pittsburgh baseball fans gathered at the Corner of Hope parklet...