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A native son returns to Wilkinsburg to collect data for its future

Andre Perry grew up in Wilkinsburg and would run along Penn Avenue while training for the high school cross-country team.

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Dispatch from #ForumCon18: What is Most Needed?

In the growing turbulence of our times, the power of philanthropy also seems to be growing exponentially, yet awkwardly and in rough stages, like an adolescent. Those of us in advisory roles are riding the ...

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Updated Plan For Hazelwood Green Built On Flexibility, Sustainability

In a presentation to the Pittsburgh Planning Commission this week, the project manager for Hazelwood Green said the 178-acre development could be transformative for Pittsburgh. 

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Pittsburgh Planning Commission briefed on details of Hazelwood Green development

The owners of a former steel mill property in Pittsburgh have submitted a design that they hope will lure residents and businesses by offering amenities that reflect future urban trends.

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‘Where are these folks supposed to go?’ Hazelwood renewal comes with fears of displacement

Foundations are working with the community, but the fate of low-income residents is the ‘thing that’s keeping everybody up at night’

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Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh announces $229,000 in grants

A locally produced comic book series, a holistic healing guide coupled with therapeutic workshops for African American youth, and a series of documentaries that highlight the lives of homegrown jazz legends are all projects ...

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