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Memorial Park Church’s annual Christmas Spree, Coffee, and Tea set for November
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October 8, 2019
I don’t think I’m alone when I say that fall is simply perfect in Pittsburgh. We get it all — the crisp evenings, the great high school football games, the local apple orchards where you can pick your own, and the stunning fall foliage. You just can’t go wrong in October and November here in […]

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Sharing with Sherry Esser: October squash-butternut
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October 4, 2019
What a wonderful way to celebrate October on even an ordinary weeknight. Off and running you can still have a homecooked meal within minutes. Presenting this simple meal, cranberry glazed ham loaf, coleslaw and apple squash will impress the family. Hey, maybe you decide to have a guest at the spur of the moment. You […]

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Families Gather for Annual Bonfire
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October 2, 2019
Blessed Trinity Academy families gathered on Saturday, Sept. 28 to kick off the fall season at the annual Back to School Bonfire on BTA’s campus.  The bonfire, sponsored by BTA’s Athletics Association, is an annual tradition where families can gather to socialize, play, eat and catch up after the summer break.  It is a great […]

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Concert of Sacred Music planned in Wexford
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October 2, 2019
All are welcome on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. at Salem Church in Wexford for a Concert of Sacred Music performed by The Ministers’ Chorus of the Western Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church. The Ministers’ Chorus is a group of United Methodist Ministers and their spouses from throughout Western Pennsylvania. The original […]

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Teen organizes spaghetti dinner to buy e-readers for UPMC Children’s Hospital patients
October 1, 2019
A Pine Township teen will hold a spaghetti dinner Oct. 12 at the A.W. Beattie Career Center to raise money to buy e-readers for patients at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh as part of his Eagle Scout project.

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Daughter of a Holocaust survivor shares her story
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October 1, 2019
On Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019, Blessed Francis Seelos Academy eighth grade students had the unique opportunity to hear Mrs. Lynne Ravas, a daughter of a Holocaust survivor, tell the story of her father surviving the Holocaust. Her inspiring story, with such a surprise ending, had the students full attention. The students had many thoughtful and […]

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Save a lot of Axolotls
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September 30, 2019
Future exotic vet shares insight on case ABBY LANE Contributing writer “Save the axolotls! Save the axolotls! Save the axolotls!” animal enthusiast Lilly Grace Maynard states. She found out about these creatures through research in her own backyard. Lilly Grace Maynard loves all animals, but she has a special place in her heart for the […]

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How to keep yourself safe
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September 30, 2019
Police Officers urge Residents to Carry New Safety device   ABBY LANE  Contributing writer   Are you even safe anymore when walking the streets of Pittsburgh or your own neighborhood? There is always someone watching. Police are now urging residents in all areas to carry a “High 130dB Safety Alarm.” The whistle, when pulled, can attract […]

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PRHS Cross Country Excels at Senior Recognition Meet
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September 27, 2019
The community celebrated seniors during a Pine-Richland Cross Country Senior Recognition Meet on September 24, 2019. The PRHS Girls Team won both meets against Mars and Shaler and was paced by sophomore Meredith Price, ninth-grader Natalie McLean, and sophomores Elizabeth Hunkele, Audrey Dekunder, and Stella Fannie. The PRHS Boys Team won both meets as well […]

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