Breaking trend, Pittsburgh chef Finn wins Democratic nod for March special election

Breaking trend, Pittsburgh chef Finn wins Democratic nod for March special election

Restaurateur and activist Sonja Finn won the Democratic nomination to run for Pittsburgh’s open District 8 city council seat in a special election on March 6. 
Sunday, January 14, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
Categories: Pittsburgh
As Healey announces for District 8, controversy brews over Allegheny Dem's endorsement process

As Healey announces for District 8, controversy brews over Allegheny Dem's endorsement process

After taking a podium on the cramped main floor of the 5801 Video Lounge in Shadyside, Marty Healey launched a campaign for the newly-vacated District 8 Pittsburgh city council seat with a forward-looking speech, pulling on his time as businessman and an LGBT political activist.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
Categories: Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh ICA board requests to be dissolved by Harrisburg

Pittsburgh ICA board requests to be dissolved by Harrisburg

The Pittsburgh Intergovernmental Authority held what the board hopes to be their final ever quarterly meeting Monday afternoon.

During the brief meeting, members voted to pass a resolution calling on the state General Assembly to dissolve the Authority now that Pittsburgh has requested to be pulled from Act 47 distress status.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018/Author: Alanna Koll
Categories: Pittsburgh
As candidates line up, Pittsburgh District 8 city council special election date set

As candidates line up, Pittsburgh District 8 city council special election date set

The special election to fill Pittsburgh’s newly vacant District 8 city council seat has been set for March 6.

Friday, January 5, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
Categories: Pittsburgh
Allegheny County Health Department extends its outreach on lead exposure through grants

Allegheny County Health Department extends its outreach on lead exposure through grants

The Allegheny County Health Department is making efforts to educate residents about the dangers of lead by issuing small grants to local groups where people may be at danger of high exposure.  


ACHD announced Thursday that it will be awarding ten “mini-grants,” totaling $38,900, to community organizations such as the Homewood Children’s Village ($3,000) and the Perry Hilltop Citizens Council ($5,000) to educate individuals on the sources and consequences of lead, as well as the importance of prevention and universal blood level testing.  

Thursday, January 4, 2018/Author: Alanna Koll
Categories: Pittsburgh
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