January 10, 2012

Here & Now

Audrey Bode is the Mt. Lebanon Community Endowment‘s (MLCE) new executive director. Bode, a Canton, Ohio, native who holds a master’s in public management from the Heinz School for Public…

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January 10, 2012

Game Boy

If your kid (or big kid) has recently downloaded Disney Mobile’s Where’s My Water? game, you might be surprised to know there’s a Mt. Lebanon connection. Chad Cable, Mt. Lebanon…

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January 10, 2012

The Three Amigas

Foster School fifth-grader Madison Maselko, center, entertained her Uruguayan pen pals Vale Fontora, left, and Naomi Mezquida for two weeks. When Madison Maselko became pen pals with two girls from…

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January 3, 2012

Commissioner’s Farewell: Bonnie VanKirk

For the last six months I have had the privilege of serving as the appointed commissioner in Ward 1. I have enjoyed working with the other four commissioners. We don’t…

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December 26, 2011

you can go home again

Minnie and Joseph Boss bought this house at 818 Kewanna Avenue in the early 1920s so their children—eventually numbering 10—could grow up on a farm. Last summer the six remaining…

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November 30, 2011

Where the bike path ends

Even after biking across the country, newlyweds Dave and Erin Hughes still had the energy to gear up for a trek through Sunset Hills. Know what’s a good way to…

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Jody Colby and Brienne Sembrat Colby

November 17, 2011

making a difference in 2011

PUBLIC SERVICE JODY COLBY and BRIENNE COLBY SEMBRAT  The Colby name is synonymous with service in Mt. Lebanon. For decades, Robert “Dale” Colby served the public in many ways, from…

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