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From the office of Council President Darlene Harris: Legislation would better city living conditions

There are a few pieces of legislation before City Council right now that directly affect the quality of life of Pittsburghers, and I encourage...

Be an “Angel” this holiday season

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The Parent/Teacher Organization of Pittsburgh King ALA is preparing their annual Christmas Angel Tree. The tree will consist of bells with the age and gender...

Student stars: Alexis Penn of Oliver High School

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The world of education is filled with hard workers — hard-working teachers, hard-working administrators and, of course, hard-working students. In recognition of the great...

Brugge on North set to open in Alphabet City

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Local franchise, Point Brugge set to open third location in City of Asylum's Alphabet City. By: Neil Strebig *Editor's note:  Brugge on North @ Alphabet City...

May 11 proclaimed ‘Caroll Spinney Day’

The voice of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch made his final Pittsburgh appearance on Friday, May 11 in honor of his 'Caroll Spinney...

Business news: First National Bank, Pittsburgh Mercy name new directors

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By Justin Criado First National Bank Hires Director of Interest Rate Sales and Marketing First National Bank, headquartered on the North Shore, announced the hiring of...

Weekly Northside news roundup: May 23-27

Each week The Chronicle posts links to news stories from other media outlets. Click to find out what they're saying about your neighborhood. See...

Real estate transfers: October 15-19, 2012

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Residential and commercial real estate transactions from the week of October 15-19, 2012. <<Back to main Real Estate Transfers page Brighton Heights John Volpe to Eric Zawrotny...

Alleys, Axles & Ales returns to Allegheny West

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The third annual car show, local beer tasting and self-guided tour of the Northside's Allegheny West neighborhood took place on Saturday, September 29. By Sophia...