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I-279 HOV lanes scheduled for overnight closures until February 9

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I-279 HOV lanes will be closed overnight starting Monday, January 29 until Friday, February 9   According to a news brief from PennDOT released earlier today,...

Age-Friendly program aims to build generational inclusiveness

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The 30-step action plan was formally released last Tuesday and will seek to improve accessibility and fight isolation for county’s older generation   By: Neil Strebig   Father...

Neighborhood policing teams to expand existing practices

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Mayor William Peduto's administration and the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police are implementing a new community policing program that will get its start in 18...

December newsletter from Councilwoman Darlene Harris

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The end of 2016 is quickly approaching, and it has been a trying year for many of us. As the snow starts to fall...

Tripoli Street Bridge to re-open

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The Tripoli St. Bridge is expected to re-open Thursday, February 15 at 3 p.m.   According to a news release from PennDOT, the Tripoli St. Bridge...

Open Enrollment 2017 dates and information sessions

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Despite reductions in advertising opportunities, the Consumer Health Coalition is holding information and sign-up sessions before and during the Open Enrollment window November 1...

NS Public Safety: Outdoor lights can defer crime

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With January and February being two of the darkest months of the year, The Northside Public Safety Council would like to remind Northsiders to...

Two-way bike lanes to be added to Allegheny Circle

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Two-phase construction on Allegheny Circle roadways begins Sept. 12, 2017.   Starting Tuesday, September 12 the four-lane roundabout surrounding Nova Place (formerly Allegheny Center) will begin...

Northside Public Safety: July 2013 – Fireworks

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The Northside Public Safety Council wants to wish Northside residents a happy and safe Fourth of July. Northside Public Safety President David Stacy wants Northsiders...