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Pittsburgh Loses Two More Rite Aid Stores

Rite Aid, the well-known pharmacy chain, is closing another 32 stores across the country. This includes two more stores in Pittsburgh. The company entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy in October and began sweeping closures across the nation. The stores that are closing in Pittsburgh are at 623 Smithfield Street downtown and 4934 Second Avenue in Hazelwood. […]

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Fish Fry Benefits South Side Kids

Skip cooking dinner and enjoy a fish sandwich while supporting the South Side Kids community group on Friday, March 3, 2023 at Cupka’s Cafe 2, 2314 East Carson St. From 4:00 to 7:00 pm, children attending will enjoy a special puppet-making craft with South Side’s resident puppeteer Ms. Renee, a family-friendly dance party, and can […]

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Pittsburgh Seek Musical Artists and Vendors for Special Events

The CitiParks Office of Special Events invites musicians, entertainers, and food vendors to complete an interest form for the 2023 summer events season. Local bands, orchestras, and other musical artists are encouraged to complete the online musician call form to express interest in performing in approximately two-hour concerts at city-sponsored events. The vendor call form […]

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Fitzgerald Announces $50M Commitment to Violence Reduction Initiatives

County Executive Rich Fitzgerald has announced the county will commit $50 million over the next five years to a comprehensive and well-coordinated public health approach to community violence reduction. “We are extremely fortunate in this region to have so many different organizations and entities engaged and active when there is a need, and addressing violence […]