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Even if you're not that crazy about the popular pork-belly product, Carnegie's newest restaurant is aiming to please. "We have some things on the menu for the health-conscious, too," assures co-owner Susan McMahon of Mt. Comment?
The Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation announces the Fifth Annual Paws for a Cause, in partnership with Shorty's Charities and The Proper Pitbull, Aug. 29 at Kelly Park in Oakdale. Registration is from 8:30-9:30 a.m. followed by the PAWS Walk at Collier Park from 9:45-10:30, Welcome to PAWS at 10:45 then meet Shorty Rossi and Hercules of “The Pit Boss” and visit the vendors and demonstrations, including work dogs, autistic support dogs, search and rescue dogs and detection and explosives dogs from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Register for a chance to win a professional photo session with Shorty at Mt. Comment?
Summer is coming to a close, and so is the Scott Township Pool – Aug. 16, 2015, was ratified as Ron Ellis Day at the Scott Pool, in honor of its manager, who has been at the helm of the pool for 46 of the last 48 years. The old pool will be closed on that day, allowing for the ground breaking of the new pool. Comment?
In July, off the WALL Performing Arts Center co-founders Hans and Virginia Wall Gruenert donated the building at 25 W. Main St., Carnegie, to the off the WALL Charitable Trust. The venue was renamed Carnegie Stage as the Gruenert's nod to the supportive community. Comment?
Glenn Lackey tests his red lamp before dusk as Greg Traynor readies his equipment to hunt from his van in Bethel Park. David Singer / Staff Greg Traynor checks his assisted shotgun rig after decoys are set out in a meadow to lure coyotes. Comment?
Ari Plutko, 8, and Elias Plutko, 6, chow down on lettuce wraps prepared by personal chef Samantha Sloan. Sloan offers a variety of plans for families and couples to choose from that would best suit their needs. Comment?
Drivers traveling through Allegheny County on state highways will likely encounter orange barrels, lane restrictions and closed roads this construction season. Officials with the state Department of Transportation announced that an estimated $214 million with be spent on improving, preserving or rehabilitating 72 bridges, including 43 deemed structurally deficient. Comment?
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