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Fineview volunteer continues to practice civic pride, community-first approach

By Neil Strebig Bernice Curry Brady doesn’t let age define who she is. The Fineview-native and recent 2015 Harriet Tubman Guild Centennial honoree continues to...

Lights, camera, zombies: Movie puts Fineview in the spotlight

In a way unlike other major U. S. cities, Pittsburgh is comfortable saying that zombies lead the way. These aren’t your typical legions of the...

Northside Happenings September 26 to 29, 2019

This weekend in the Northside: a class about birds hosted by a National Aviary Ornithologist, CreativeMornings/PGH with Thaddeus Mosley at The Andy Warhol Museum,...

Fineview Citizens Council seeks historic designation for incline

A plaque on the Fidelity Bank building in Troy Hill, formerly the upper station of the Troy Hill Incline, details the history of the...

Ribbon cutting ceremony for renovated Fineview Overlook marks start of more “neighborhood priority projects”

On Friday, July 20, at 2:30 p.m., a ribbon cutting ceremony took place at the Fineview Overlook on Catoma Street to celebrate recent renovations...

21st Annual Fineview Step Challenge, Oct. 8

The Northside, and Pittsburgh in general, is known to be home to some gnarly hills. The staircases are no different. At 8:30 a.m. this Saturday,...

The debate behind the Real Estate Transfer Tax

Solutions for financing the Housing Opportunity Fund has the RTT in the crosshairs. By: Neil Strebig   Since the creation of a committed Affordable Housing Trust Fund...

Fineview, Brightwood events Oct. 17

By Justin Criado Saturday offers two events for the athletic and family-oriented alike with activities starting bright and early in Fineview and continuing later in...

Painting 90 Pittsburgh neighborhoods

Photo courtesy of Ron Donoughe Painting the Mexican War Streets (above) has been one of Ron Donoughe's favorites to paint thus far. By Alyse Horn Last summer...