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Opinion: Learning from other cities can help this region

Every year, the Atlanta Regional Commission takes more than 100 leaders from across metro Atlanta on a three-day fact-finding journey to learn how another region tackles some of the key challenges that we are facing

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PHFA announces funding to redevelop mixed-use building in Homewood

The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency today approved $600,000 in funding to redevelop a building at 627 N. Homewood Avenue in Homewood. The property is located in a crucial commercial corridor in the heart

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The legacy of Hill House: From settlement house to real estate player to nonprofit in dire straits

Over the weekend of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a frozen water main burst at the Hill House Association’s flagship building on Centre Avenue. The basement flooded in the James F. Henry Hill House Center,

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New Grants For Pittsburgh Art About Social Issues Announced

A local foundation is sharpening its focus on promoting art that addresses social issues.

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Carnegie’s Library Park nearing finish line

Connecting the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall, located at the top of a steep hillside, to Carnegie’s business district below has long been a dream for many. The Library Park project includes the

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Work Hard Pittsburgh and New Sun Rising receive $950,000 in tech workforce development grants

Pittsburgh’s technology sector continues to be one of the most prosperous and fast-growing parts of our local economy. But so far, the gains have not been equally shared.

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