- Lincoln Ave fire Destroys Building
- A Spitit of Adoption (sermon)
- North Boroughs Election Results
- Bayne Library Events - May 21 thru June 1
- Greenstone United Methodist Church Celebrates 200 Years
- Bellevue Christian Church- Branching Out Online- Week of Community @ BCC
- Truth is Hard to Come by - Liberty in Bellevue
- Bellevue Regular Council Meeting Video - Liberty in Bellevue
- Avonworth/Northgate, OLSH Win Big in Track
- Bellevue Police Reports - 5/8 thru 5/12
- Scheduled DUI Task Force Enforcement
- Career Fair - North Hills Community Outreach
- Did You Know? Injury to Insult on Employees
- God Works in Mysterious Ways (Sermon)
- Avalon Library Events - 5/14 thru 5/28
- Bellevue Democrats Endorse Candidates
- Bayne Library Events - 5/13 thru 5/27
- New Horizons - Peer Support Center
- Bellevue Pre-Council Meeting - Video -by Liberty in Bellevue
- Up There or Down Here (sermon)
- A New Vision for Bellevue - Part 1 (Mark Robinson)
- A Vision for Bellevue - Part 2 (Mark Robinson)
- A Vision for Bellevue - Part 3 (Mark Robinson)
- North Hills Community Outreach- Events
- Avonworth - Art Show, May 7 - John Weingartner, Salutatorian
- Avalon Police Reports - 5/1/13
- Shooter Training at Northgate High School
- Bellevue DPW Superintendant Resigns - by Liberty in Bellevue
- Paul Cusick - Candidate for Bellevue Mayor - Bio
- Avonworth School Events and Meeting Minutes
- North boroughs NHCO to expand its space
- Bellevue Council Meeting Video - by Liberty in Bellevue
- Sam Sesti Receives Carson Scholar Award
- Information about Council and School Board Candidates - from Liberty in Bellevue
- Bellevue's First Lady Praises "Beauty and the Beast"
- Classic Car Cruise - May 19th
- Help NHCO Fruit Trees Grow
- Mt Assisi Spring Festival
- Bellevue Real Estate Tax Bills Mailed
- Joe Nolan, Candidate for Tax Collector - Bio
- NHCO - Spring Garden Planting
- Chiropractic Wellness Center - Gourmet Edibles - Free Product Tasting
- Candidates for Bellevue and Northgate ( biographies as received)
- Crafters Wanted - Avalon Apple Blossom Festival
- Downtown Bellevue E-Newsletter
- AGH - Trauma- Injury Prevention - Northgate
- AGH - Suburban Campus - AARP Driver Refresher Course - Save on Insurance
- AGH - Suburban Campus - AARP Two Day Driver Safety Course - Save on Insurance
- Mount Assisi Events
- Open Your Heart to a Senior
- Are You Aware? Find Out About Crime in Your Community
- UPMC to Fund Flags and Banners for Bellevue
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An apartment building at 51 Lincoln Ave was a big attraction on election day. The fire, of unknown origin, totally destroyed the 13 unit building. All of the tenants got out safely but some pets were lost. Seven fire fighters had to be treated for smoke and minor injuries.
On Wednesday morning, clean-up crews were securing the shell of the building.The Red Cross got housing for the displaced tenants.
Greenstone United Methodist Church celebrates its Bicentennial. There will be a special service on Sunday,May 19th at 11:00 am
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The Bellevue Democratic Committee endorsed candidates for the upcoming Primary Election. They endorsed Mike Braunlich and Henry Lenard for First Ward Council seats, James and Susan Visvusi for Second Ward Council seats and Lynn Tennant-Heffley for the Third Ward seat. Jane Braunlich was endorsed for the Mayoral seat.
Members of the Committee are: Jane Braunlich, Mike Braunlich, Susan and James Viscusi, Joe Heffley, Connie Rankin, Linda Woshner, Rich Furis, Patrick Jennings, James Scisciani and Betty Jane Murphy.
Matt Haupt receiving his medal
Matt Haupt of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (OLSH) won the 3200 meters at te WPIAl finals. Matt, of Bellevue, qualified for the State finals. Northgate's Jonathan Gusew finished 4th in the 1600 meter to also qualify.
In the Girl's section, Avonworth/Northgate won the 4 by 800. boys got 5th in the same race. Bellevue's Beth Schrenk won the girl's 800 meters.
The West Hills DUI Task Force
The West Hills DUI Task Force will be conducting enforcement operations during the weekend of 05-24-13 through 05-26-13. These operations will be in the form of sobriety checkpoints and/or roving DUI patrols.
Officers from Avalon Borough, Bellevue Borough, Carnegie Borough, Coraopolis Borough, Crescent Township, Edgeworth Borough, Findlay Township, Kennedy Township, Leetsdale Borough, Moon Township, North Fayette Township, Ohio Township, Robinson Township, Sewickley Borough and Stowe Township will be taking part in these operations.
Bellevue Real Estate Tax Bills
The Bellevue Borough Real Estate Tax Bills have been mailed to the payers of record. If a taxpayer has not received his or tax bill they should contact Real Estate Tax Collector, Joe Nolan at 412-766-1885 or e-mail Bellevuetax@gmail.com. Real Estate payments can be made in person Wednesdays from 9am to 5pm at 401 Lincoln Ave. The Discount period ends May 31, 2013.
Installment payments may be made by paying 1/4 of the "FACE" tax by May 31, July 31, Sept 31, and Nov 30.
The Borough millage for 2013 is 4.89. The Northgate School District will set it's millage in June. The school tax bills will be mailed on or about July 1, 2013. i
Crafters Wanted for Avalon Apple Blossom Festival 2013
Trinity Lutheran Church and the borough of Avalon are looking for crafters to participate in the 13th annual “Avalon Apple Blossom Festival” on Saturday May 11th. The event will run from 11AM to 4PM outside in front of the borough hall and the church on California Ave. Cost is only $15 per space. We welcome all individuals and organizations to participate. Bring your own table. Space is limited. For more information please call Trinity at 412 761-4010 or Denny at 412 761-5416.
North Hills Community Outreach’s North Boroughs Office Expands to Better Serve Families in Crisis
North Hills Community Outreach is pleased to announce the expansion of its North Boroughs office, located in the AGH Suburban campus building, 100 S. Jackson Avenue, Bellevue. The expansion will provide 50 percent more office space, allowing for more services and increased privacy for the struggling families who come to NHCO for help. The office space and food pantry on floor 2 South will remain open, while more office space will open on the first floor off the lobby. The new space is slated to open in May 2013.
The expansion is made possible thanks to an ongoing partnership with West Penn-Allegheny Health System, which rents the space to NHCO for $1 per month. North Hills Community Outreach has five offices in the North Hills area and has maintained a presence in Bellevue since 2000. Last year the North Boroughs office served 1,359 families, providing $131,193 in food, housing and utility assistance. NHCO also operates its Faith In Action caregiving for seniors program from this site.
“We needed to expand in order to effectively serve families in need in the North Boroughs area with dignity. We’re grateful to West Penn-Allegheny Health System for their ongoing generosity,” said Fay Morgan, executive director of North Hills Community Outreach.
West Penn Allegheny Health System executive Kim Sperring commended North Hills Community Outreach for its invaluable work on behalf of the community’s most vulnerable citizens.
“North Hills Community Outreach is a wonderful organization that works tirelessly to make sure those who have fallen on difficult times have the basic resources that can help them resume meaningful and productive lives. We are proud to support a program that makes such a tremendous difference in the lives of so many people each year,” Sperring said.
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