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Missing man’s family pleads for information

WHERE IS HE?—The family of Dominick Brown-Hill stand together by photos of him at his Remembrance Dinner on March 22. Family, from left: Lisa Zellars, mother; Robert Zellars stepfather; Raymar, best friend; and Michael Brown, brother. (Photo by Rossano P. Stewart)

 

 


    Smart, strong-willed, loving, giving, and a true family oriented person, are ju

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Irvis Science Center opens at CCAC

GENERATIONS—Cathy Irvis, center, is joined by, left to right, her son Reggie, Dan Rooney, and granddaughter “number 1” Danae Lee for the ribbon cutting of the K. Leroy Irvis Science Center at CCAC. (Photo by J.L. Martello)

 

 


As part of the VIP crowd that took part in the ribbon-cutting for the Community College of Allegheny County’s K. Leroy Irvis S

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Witness discusses Target stabbings

DOUGLAS WILLIAMS AND LEON RAYMOND WALL the alleged stabber.

 

 

A 16-year-old teen girl, visiting from Tennessee, is now in critical condition, after she and several others were injured during a stabbing attack early Monday evening at the East Liberty Target store.
Authorities say, 41-year-old Leon Raymond Walls, a homeless man, entered a Target store

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Gainey gives up Dem Party chair, endorses Peduto

BILL PEDUTO AND ED GAINEY

 


State Rep. Ed Gainey, D-East Liberty, has scheduled a  2 p.m. press conference for March 27 to announce he is relinquishing the Democratic city chairmanship he has held for three years to endorse Bill Peduto for mayor of Pittsburgh.
“I have tremendous respect for committee people and the process, but this year I don’t thi

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Pittsburgh School Board extends Lane's contract three years

THREE MORE YEARS—The Pittsburgh School Board extended Superintendent Linda Lane’s contract for three more years.

 

 


Last week Pittsburgh Public Schools unveiled a new district website, changing the way parents, teachers, and students access information. But some things in the district won’t be changing in the near future. On March 20, the Board of E

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