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Two new renovation projects boost Columbus Avenue success

Above: City Councilman Daniel Lavelle and MCC Executive Director LaShawn Burton-Faulk spoke at the ground breaking of 1301 and 1401 Columbus Avenue. (Photo by...

Allegheny Center complex to get major makeover, Manchester properties sold

By Justin Criado Faros Properties, which recently acquired a controlling interest in Allegheny Center's 1.2 million-square-foot office and parking complex, will invest over $100...

Manchester Community Block Party set for this Saturday

By Justin Criado Manchester will welcome the return of the Manchester Community Block Party Saturday, July 18 from 12-7:30 p.m. The event will occur by...

Manchester garden to host Hope Grows program

By Justin Criado A local non-profit, Hope Grows, is accepting applications for families of children with disabilities and volunteers for the new seasonal program “Take...

Manchester community festival all about giving back

Photo by Erika Fleegle Residents of Manchester enjoyed the return of the second annual Community Block Party on Saturday, July 18, 2015. By Erika Fleegle After...

Northside Happenings November 1 to 4, 2018

This weekend, check out a photo exhibition of female pilots in 1920s Pittsburgh at the Photo Antiquities Museum,  a festival celebrating pierogies at the...

In Memoriam: Betty Jane Ralph

This obituary was written by Mrs. Ralph's family and reprinted with permission. Betty Jane Ralph departed from this life quietly in her home on Friday,...

Manchester Jaguars looking for Northside participants

Starting its first season this fall, the Manchester Jaguars football team is open for registration from ages nine through 15 and children from any...

Sue Kerr blogs to #AMPLIFY LGBT experience in Pittsburgh

In the middle of a cafe in the Northside, Sue Kerr, 47, looks like anybody else wandering through. She wears casual clothes and her...

Manchester Citizens Corporation may break ground on 31-house development project this fall

The 4.3 acre plot between Juniata Street, Sedgwick Street and Columbus Avenue the Manchester Citizens Corporation purchased almost five years ago is finally ready for development -- almost. Jerome Jackson, associate director of MCC, said that he hoped they'd get the final green light on the 31-house development project by this fall, and that they’d begin construction next spring.