In brief: Ross, West View happenings, week of June 24, 2024
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In brief: Ross, West View happenings, week of June 24, 2024
Tax rises with budget adoption North Hills School Board on June 6 adopted the district's final budget for the 2024-25 school year, implementing a real estate tax increase of .67 mills. The rate rises by 3.4%, from 19.70 to 20.37 mills. A maximum of 6.2% was allowed under the Act
North Allegheny area briefs, week of June 24, 2024
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North Allegheny area briefs, week of June 24, 2024
Franklin Park festival Franklin Park's Festival in the Park is scheduled for June 29 on the lower fields at Blueberry Hill Park, off Blaine's Way. The festival kicks off at 4 p.m. and features inflatable attractions, food trucks, activities, entertainment, a petting zoo, ax throwing, and live music. The night
North suburban real estate transactions, week of June 23, 2024
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North suburban real estate transactions, week of June 23, 2024
Bradford Woods Robert Drescher sold property at 716 Woodland Road to James and Kristen Mullen for $1,078,500. Etna Estate of Gerard Sisca III sold property at 1 Elizabeth St. to Rebecca Diverniero and Jason Lucina for $220,000. Franklin Park James McBrier sold property at 1703 Saw Grass Ct to Brian
On the Frontlines of Faith: 4 Challenges Christian Missionaries Face Today
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Christian missionaries have long served on the frontiers of faith, working across the globe to spread their beliefs and provide humanitarian assistance. Despite their dedication, these missionaries...
North Allegheny reduces number of bus stops
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North Allegheny reduces number of bus stops
Reducing the number of bus stops in North Allegheny School District for 2024-25 should result in shorter travel times and cost savings for the district, according to discussion at the June 12 school board meeting. Parents were notified of the pending changes via a June 13 email from Scott Mergen
‘Summertime welcomes new life’ at North Park’s Latodami Nature Center
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‘Summertime welcomes new life’ at North Park’s Latodami Nature Center
It's hot and the convenience of air conditioning makes staying indoors alluring, but naturalists at the Latodami Nature Center in North Park may be able to top that. "Summertime welcomes new life and exciting opportunities to view animals, plants and fungus, and Latodami helps nature lovers explore these experiences," said
How to Choose the Right Roofing Material for Your Home
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Choosing the right roofing material for your home is a crucial decision. It affects not only the aesthetics and curb appeal of your property, but also its durability, energy efficiency, and overall...
Richland hires new manager for 1st time since 1981
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Richland hires new manager for 1st time since 1981
A Richland native is the new township manager. The board of supervisors on June 19 authorized the appointment of Brian O'Malley, a Pine-Richland High School graduate, as manager/secretary/treasurer, effective July 5 at an annual salary of $137,800. O'Malley started work in Richland on June 17, replacing Dean Bastianini, who was
McCandless man charged with firing shots into neighbor's house
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McCandless man charged with firing shots into neighbor's house
A McCandless man is charged with shooting at least 10 rounds of bullets into a neighbor's home Wednesday afternoon. McCandless police responded to the 8000 block of Ringeisen Road at about 3:30 p.m. for reports of shots heard and a woman reported a neighbor was firing bullets into her house.
How to Dive Into Adventure: Unforgettable Experiences on a Disney Cruise
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Embark on a magical journey at sea where your favorite Disney stories come alive! The Disney Cruise offers a unique way to explore the world, combining the enchantment of Disney with the excitement...
Central Catholic teacher electrocuted while cycling in North Park
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Central Catholic teacher electrocuted while cycling in North Park
A longtime Central Catholic High School teacher was identified as the bicyclist killed Tuesday after coming into contact with downed live power lines on a North Park trail. Robert "Bob" Anderson, 63, of Mars taught physical education and health classes at the private Catholic high school for nearly 20 years
‘Don’t sell yourself short’: North Hills commencement speakers offer positivity, encouragement
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‘Don’t sell yourself short’: North Hills commencement speakers offer positivity, encouragement
With high school in the rear-view mirror, this year's graduates embark on paths that they hope will lead to prosperity, accomplishment and happiness. In preparing her farewell address for the North Hills Class of 2024, Avery Gallagher provided some perspective in that regard. "I thought a lot about what I
What is Solid Surface Material and Its Benefits in Interior Design?
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What is Solid Surface Material and Its Benefits in Interior Design?
In the world of interior design, the choice of materials can significantly influence both the aesthetics and functionality of a space. Among the plethora of options available, solid surface materia...
Plum set to host inaugural senior all-star softball game , Trib HSSN
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Plum set to host inaugural senior all-star softball game , Trib HSSN
Many of the top senior softball players in the WPIAL will gather Tuesday evening for an all-star game at Plum High School.

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