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Pine Community Center hosting adaptive fitness classes
April 13, 2019
A new adaptive fitness program at Pine Community Center designed for teenagers and young adults with disabilities will begin this May, filling a need that exists in the center’s current offerings.

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Pine-Richland baseball hosts Best Buddies Day
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April 12, 2019
You could say that the Pine-Richland High School Varsity Baseball Team earned two wins on April 11, 2019. Senior Alec Swartout threw five innings with no hits as the Rams took on Allderdice at home. PR had beat the team 10-0. That wasn’t the only win for the team. The team won big by hosting […]

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Pine Community Day – Celebrating 30 Years
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April 12, 2019
It is that time of year again, the Township of Pine is gearing up for Community Day 2019! This year just isn’t any ordinary Community Day, this year marks 30 years! You won’t want to miss this special day filled with children’s activities, bounce houses, pony rides, pie and watermelon eating contests and more! This […]

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Pine-Richland High School to host art show
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April 11, 2019
The Pine-Richland High School Art Department proudly presents thousands of pieces of artwork at the annual Pine-Richland High School Art Show from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, April 26, 2019. Community members are invited to enjoy a wide variety of artwork from ceramic to paintings. The show is free and open to the public. The high […]

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Beewatchers sought for North Park project
April 11, 2019
Point Park University professor Matthew Opdyke launched Project Bee Watch last summer, and now the citizen science project aimed at determining the health of pollinators in Western Pennsylvania is coming to North Park.

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Fellowship happenings around the region
April 10, 2019
Bakerstown United Methodist

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Welcome to the new Pine Creek Journal
April 8, 2019
Welcome to the new Pine Creek Journal.

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Dave McElhinny: Obituaries aren’t what they used to be
April 8, 2019
Just about everybody has read an obituary or two in their lives. They’re generally filled with flowery terms such as “loving husband,” “devoted mother” or “pillar of the community.”

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North Hills gardening enthusiasts making it easy to get growing this spring
April 1, 2019
Gardeners itching to get out and start beautifying their landscapes and grow fresh produce can pick up a wide variety of flowers and plants at a number of upcoming events in the North Hills:

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