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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Citing resident concerns, Masonic Village at Sewickley has withdrawn its request to amend the Aleppo Township zoning ordinance — pulling current plans to add a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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Sewickley Heights couple donate $2 million to Allegheny Health Network to study ovarian cancer
October 20, 2017
The diagnosis of ovarian cancer came 11 years ago, when Julie McMullen was 27 and had a daughter in first grade. andquot;It was scary for

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Bell Acres woman combines interests for first novel
May 29, 2017
A Bell Acres woman has combined her interest in how different brains work with her experience working at a university to publish her first novel.

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Sewickley Hills, distillery owner still at odds over public access
October 25, 2016
A Sewickley Hills distillery seeking to allow the public to visit for sales, tours and tastings must submit physical plans in order to get the

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Glen Osborne family mourning death of dog, wants fence at park
October 3, 2016
A Glen Osborne family is seeking changes at Mary Roberts Rinehart Park after their dog was struck and killed by two cars on Route 65

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