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Bobby Wilson wins Democratic primary for District 1 City Council

Bobby Wilson, winner in the Democratic primary on Tuesday, is one step closer to the District 1 seat on Pittsburgh City Council. By Ashlee Green Photo...

Building still standing in Garden Theater Block will be rehabbed separately from new construction

The URA approved a proposal package yesterday for the sale of demolished Garden Theater Block sites to Trek Development Group and Q Development. Plans...

City Council approves Thomas J. Murphy Trail

The Northside portion of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail was renamed the Thomas J. Murphy Trail to recognize the efforts of the former Pittsburgh...

Pittsburgh Banjo Club loses founder, Frank Rossi

Frank Rossi leaves behind an iconically Pittsburgh culture of harmonic community through banjo and goodwill. Forward by Lauren Stauffer On Tuesday, February 12, 2019 founder of...

City now soliciting contractor proposals for lawn cutting program

Interested contractors should attend a pre-proposal meeting at the California Coffee Bar in Brighton Heights this Saturday, Feb. 2 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. The...

Light of Life warming station now open in Northside

Light of Life Rescue Mission in the Northside is preparing to help the homeless and those seeking warmth during the upcoming cold snap. Photo courtesy of Light of...

The Government Center record shop now open on East Ohio Street

Owner Josh Cozby wants his shop to act as a community hub and be a place for young people to learn about music. Story and...

Seth Rogen’s film crew sets up at Max’s in Northside

By Ashlee Green A comedy film starring Seth Rogen will wrap up production in the Northside this month.

Humane Animal Rescue completing renovations this month

The Humane Animal Rescue on Western Avenue in the Northside is undergoing renovations that will provide a more stress-free environment for the animals housed...

Esplanade project to change the face of Chateau

Plans are in place to create a 15-acre development along the Ohio riverfront and residents and business owners in Chateau are having mixed reactions. By Nick...