North Boroughs Football Scores - 11/14/14 - Playoffs
Avonworth 28, NorthCatholic 21
- Chamber of Commerce - Season of the Stars - December 5th
- Greenstone Chrismas Candlelight Service - December 10th
- Bellevue Police Reports - 11/12 thru 11/17
- John A Hermann Museum Grand Re-opening
- Avalon Police Reports - 11/12 thru 11/16
- Avalon Library Events - 11/24/14 thru 11/29/14
- Bayne Library Events - 11/19/14 thru 1/1/15
- Enter into the Joy (sermon)
- Crash Kills One and Injures Another in Bellevue
- Avonworth Board Notes - 11/4/14
- Bellevue Police Reports -11/12/14
- Northgate Band Leader Remembered
- Northgate - The Brain Program
- Bayne Library Events - 10/30/14 thru 11/27/14
- Assumption School Salutes and Thanks Vets -11/11
- Northgate School Board Highlights - 10/21
- Northgate Teacher Named Winner of "Leadership Unboxed"
- Avalon Library Events - 11/3 thru 11/11
- DUI Task Force Schedule
- Avonworth - Champions of Change
- Business of the Month - Lawrence T. Miller Funeral Home
- The Psychic Sisters at Bayne Library
- NHCO - Open Your Heart to a Senior
- North Hills Community Outreach - Events
- New Horizons - Peer Support Center
- Are You Aware? Find Out About Crime in Your Community
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Patrick D. Murphy, Pittsburgh
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John A. Hermann Art Museum Grand Re-Opening
On Saturday, November 22nd, the John Hermann Art Museum will reopen after being closed for 18 months for renovation. The museum is the home of over 1,100 paintings of one artist, John Hermann. The collection includes a variety of styles, genres and media. Born in 1855, Hermann was the son of a tanner and leather goods salesman father on the North Side of Pittsburgh (formerly, Allegheny City). After the death of his parents, Hermann, one of 6 siblings, traveled the world pursuing his passion, painting. The newly renovated museum, located at 318 Lincoln Ave in Bellevue, is currently displaying about 160 of Hermann’s painting including scalp-level, 1900 Seminole Indians, North Side monuments, Black Share-cropper, Florida bathers and European city-scape works. The Museum will be opened from 1:00 pm thru 6:00pm on Saturday. From then on, the museum will be opened on Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm and other times by appointment. To contact the John Hermann Museum, call 412-761-8008 or email email@example.com.
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A three vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of Kendall Ave and Ohio River Blvd. resulting in the death of one man and the possible paralization of another. The red van, showned above, hit an suv that was stopped at the light. The driver of the van, identified as Lawrence Evans of Mt Lebanon, was killed. The unidentified driver of the suv was taken to Allegheny General Hospital.
Veterans Day Parade - Downtown Pittsburgh - As the Northgate Band passed the reviewing stand at the end of the parade route, the following statement was read by Paul Platek, the Chaplain of the Federation of War Veterans Societies of Allegheny County:
"This year the Northgate High School Band is without their long time Band Leader Jason Dilliot. Jason, at the age of 41, unexpectedly, passed on August 3, 2014. He was known by the students as Mr. D. He was recognized as a good music teacher, Marching Band, Concert Band, and Jazz Band teacher. One of the things Mr. D. looked forward to each year was the Veterans Day Parade. Mr. D. we looked forward to you each year also, you are missed by the Veterans of Allegheny County."________
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