January 3, 2012

Parking FAQs

Parking in Mt. Lebanon is at a premium; therefore, we strictly enforce meter and non-meter parking violations. Here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions that should help you park…

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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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January 3, 2012

denis goes to the oscars!

Inviting you to the Denis Theatre Foundation’s Oscar night parties are, from left, Joe Kirk, the foundation’s chair of government grants; Laura Buerger, chair of community gifts; and Dan Deiseroth…

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January 3, 2012

Sweet Treats

Ryan Miller lived in Pittsburgh when he was younger but lived in Washington, D.C. for a while. He never could get used to the  restaurant chains and the corporate feel…

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January 3, 2012

Animal Control recaps 2011

This year, South Hills Cooperative Animal Control took in 153 dogs with 13 of those going to one of the three area shelters (Animal Rescue League, the Western Pennsylvania Humane…

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December 26, 2011

the way we were

Chapter 1- Before We Were: Pre-1912 In 1681, when William Penn began his “Holy Experiment” that became Pennsylvania, the six square miles now comprising Mt. Lebanon were part of nearly…

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December 26, 2011

antiques roadshow

People came to Pittsburgh from all over the Midwest and East Coast, hoping their treasures would be selected for the Antiques Roadshow segments that will appear February 13, 20 and…

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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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