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 A young girl runs past a large puddle, possibly containing sewage, in front of apartments located near Brownsville Road and Churchview Avenue in Carrick.
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A young girl runs past a large puddle, possibly containing sewage, in front of apartments located near Brownsville Road and Churchview Avenue in Carrick.

Law chases landlord for subpar rentals

For more than a year, public officials have been hounding landlord Davin Gartley to fix problems on his property.


Developer proposes apartments near Strip District produce terminal

The Ferchill Group hopes to 'complement' a proposed development along the river there.



Woolslair School tries to reshape its image

A planning committee will present a formal proposal to the school board this fall.



 David Hawley, co-founder of the Arabia Steamboat Museum, sits in the Senator John Heinz History Center on Thursday before the start of a press tour of the upcoming exhibit of the excavation of the steamboat Arabia.

River muck yields glimpses of past as 'Treasures of the Arabia' debuts at Heinz History Center

Starting Saturday, visitors will have a chance to see the remains of and cargo from a steamboat doomed on the Missouri River.

  • Steamboat treasures on display at History Center


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    Suspect: Stabbing of Steeler Mike Adams was fight, not theft

    The trial for three men accused of stabbing Steelers lineman will continue into Monday.



    Advocates seek savings accounts to pay for disability expenses

    With increased lobbying this session by outside advocacy groups, Sen. Bob Casey is hopeful The ABLE Act will pass by the end of next month.


     
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    County executive asks council to authorize $247M in bonds

    Most of the bonds would go toward refinancing 2004 notes and the remaining amount would fund capital projects for 2015 and 2016.



    Prescription drug drop-off set Saturday

    County police will collect unwanted and expired prescription drugs and other medications from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at two locations.


     



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