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Leetsdale Industrial Park leaders working to address fence issue
March 20, 2018
When Tony Rosenberger heard grumblings of dissatisfaction in Leetsdale, he asked borough leaders to hold a public meeting to address them. At issue: About a

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Leetsdale set to pave several roads this year
March 12, 2018
Leetsdale has selected a contractor for the 2018 phase of the borough's roadway repaving project. Council members voted unanimously March 8 to award the project

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Leetsdale seeks ‘Live Well’ status in Allegheny County
March 6, 2018
Leetsdale soon will join forces with the Allegheny County to help improve the health of its residents. Council passed a resolution this month indicating the

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Sewickley Heights set to move to Allegheny County 911
March 5, 2018
Allegheny County soon will handle all emergency calls from residents of Sewickley Heights, one of the remaining communities in the county that fields police calls

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Leetsdale to add full-time officer
February 12, 2018
Leetsdale Council will seek to add a full-time officer to the borough's police department. Council members last week passed a motion to advertise for a

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Masonic Villages withdraws children’s home plan in Aleppo
January 9, 2018
Citing resident concerns, Masonic Village at Sewickley has withdrawn its request to amend the Aleppo Township zoning ordinance — pulling current plans to add a

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100 years later, Leet-based Watson Institute remains focused on original mission
December 18, 2017
The Hurt family toured six special education facilities, trying to find a good fit for their son Emmett. As soon as they walked into The

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‘Tony the barber’ — a fixture on Glenfield’s biggest street
December 4, 2017
People in Glenfield call him andquot;Tony the barberandquot; — a fixture on the biggest street in one of the smallest towns in Allegheny County. The

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Tiny towns: Glenfield, Haysville among county’s smallest communities
October 30, 2017
There is no Starbucks and no shopping plaza in Glenfield. andquot;You don't need a coffee shop when you live here,andquot; said Toni Autry, 80, who's

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Bell Acres man: ‘I don’t even look at myself as I’m (transgender)’
October 24, 2017
Athena Heath worries about how others will treat her son. She knows not everybody is accepting. It's taken her time to understand and accept that

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