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Pittsburgh Public to expand community schools program  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The district launched it's community schools program in 2017 with five schools and now plans to add three more.



'You need all teachers': Schools with diverse student populations still struggle to hire minority educators  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Public Schools and other local districts want to hire more teachers that better reflect the diversity of their students.



How The Pittsburgh Public School District Is Trying To Create A Diverse Teacher Pipeline  90.5 WESA

Rason Conner has almost exclusively been taught by white, female teachers. The Brashear High School senior can only recall having two black male teachers, ...



Obituary: Robert S. Fadzen Jr. | former Pittsburgh Public Schools safety chief  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

When the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, created America's modern day that will live in infamy, Robert S. Fadzen Jr. wasn't the type to sit around and do ...



Family matriarch remembered for 'building' beautiful family, legacy  WTAE Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh's Action News 4 Anchor Mike Clark shares a 2016 video with Pittsburgh philanthropist Carol Massaro, who died Dec. 27 after a courageous battle with ...



Frank Joseph Ligons - Nov. 13, 1938 - Dec. 14, 2018  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Frank Ligons, better known to his legion of fans by his stage name, Frank LaVelle, half of the longtime nightclub duo Kennedy & LaVelle, once summed up his ...



Obituary: James McDonald / A gentle giant who bred champion cocker spaniels  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

James McDonald was a gentle giant, a lover of animals and Pittsburgh sports, and an “easy-going, good guy,” said his wife Barbara McDonald. The McDonalds ...



Carol Massaro, July 18, 1939-Dec.27, 2018 / Raised nearly $1 million to fund local research into Alzheimer's disease  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As Carol Massaro watched her husband, Joseph A. Massaro Jr., die of Alzheimer's disease in 2015, she committed herself to fighting the illness, which destroys ...



Robert Keener | Obits  WV News

KITZMILLER — Robert Anthony “Bob” Keener, 53, Kitzmiller, passed away at his home Sept. 20, 2018.



Obituary: Roslyn “Roz” Kornbluth Rosenblatt / mentor, social worker, teacher, visionary  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Roslyn “Roz” Rosenblatt played many roles in her life -- mother, grandmother, mentor, social worker and teacher. But, above all, she was a visionary.



Obituary: Patrick R. Tamilia / Superior Court judge, juvenile justice expert  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Lauren Posati clerked for Pennsylvania Superior Court Judge Patrick Tamilia for more than 30 years, but one indelible career moment took place when he was ...



Overtime…2016 City League Hall of Fame honorees announced  New Pittsburgh Courier

10 It's important that I get started with a profound and heartfelt acknowledgment to the courage demonstrated by the seven year old girl that found her mental and ...



City League Hall of Fame class harkens golden era of Western Pa. basketball  Tribune-Review

It has been 40 years since the Fifth Avenue High School basketball team went out with a bang. The Archers won the PIAA Class AAA title in the final year of the ...



Obituary: Paul Timothy Anderson / Teacher brought energy to the classroom  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As a physical education teacher with special-needs training, Paul Timothy Anderson had an innate understanding of children with disabilities and instantly could ...



Brashear, South Hills will be on 'modified lockdown' after shooting  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Extra security and counseling will be on deck at Brashear and South Hills after a shooting near the schools Wednesday.



Century Club: Centenarian gave '110 percent' in World War II  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

John Thompson, who served 4½ years in the Army's 28th Quartermaster Corps in North Africa and Europe, recently turned 100 years old.



Fairfax County Students Win Science Awards  Virginia Connection Newspapers

High school students from Fairfax County schools attended the annual regional science fair held at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, March 20-22, ...



KDKA newscaster Patrice King Brown to retire  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Patrice King Brown, a friendly, familiar face to Pittsburgh viewers for more than three decades, announced her retirement to her KDKA-TV.



Most of Pennsylvania's juvenile lifers are still awaiting their new day in court  PublicSource

There are 514 “juvenile lifers” in Pennsylvania who could be affected by a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling.



Entrepreneur Club presents End of Session Showcase  New Pittsburgh Courier

H.O.P.E. for Tomorrow Inc., in collaboration with Junior Achievement and the Sheraden Library, presented their Minding My Business Entrepreneur Club for Kids ...



Judge: Shooting outside Pittsburgh Brashear raises concerns about school police  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

A South Hills district judge said this afternoon that a shooting near Brashear High School in Beechview underscored his concerns about security at Pittsburgh ...



Road from prison leads to an unlikely shot at hoops and a new beginning  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

The sixth man for the CCAC Boyce basketball team has been there and done that.



Men's Lax Excited About First-Year Class  Bucknell University Official Athletic Site

LEWISBURG, Pa. -- The Bucknell men's lacrosse team has wrapped up another successful fall ball campaign, and Bison head coach Frank Fedorjaka is excited ...



Quiet move to Adams didn't prevent woman's slaying  Tribune-Review

Homicide suspect Kenneth Harrison became worried after the mother of his young daughter didn`t show up to visit him at the Allegheny County Jail, his defense ...



Villanova Adds 18 for 2016-2017 Season  Swimming World Magazine

Villanova men's and women's swimming head coach Rick Simpson has announced Thursday the addition of 18 student-athletes for the 2016-17 season.



Into the woods: Recipes from hunters  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

For most hunters, good food is as much an expectation at deer camp as bringing home a year's supply of venison and a eight-point rack.



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