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Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
After being attacked in the Strip District, a Brookline native was left with a fractured jaw, loose teeth, astronomical bills—and a throng of neighbors lending their help.
Schools, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Representatives working with local trade unions say their paid apprenticeship programs have taken in college graduates looking for work.
The Neighborhood Files
Sergio’s Style will give away one free hair makeover each month through 2012.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
The cafe expands its menu for a special dinner this weekend.
Police & Fire
Parents and their teens say police are making an effort to keep youths away from Potomac Avenue's business district, but the police chief says that’s not the case—as far as he knows.
A new plow will help clear interstates and expressways in Allegheny County.
An anonymous mailer who hit the community in August may have returned.
Government, Police & Fire
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day collected tons of unwanted drugs.
The University of Pittsburgh election-eve event will include students, local panelists and members of the British National Debating Team.
Former Police Chief Phil Ross filed a lawsuit today, claiming defamation, breach of contract, and civil conspiracy were at play in two demotions he received this year.
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