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Genealogy group, teen advisory board and more at Penn Hills Library
February 25, 2020
Penn Hills Library will host the following events:

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Penn Hills native hunkering down in Italy as coronavirus spreads
February 24, 2020
Penn Hills native James Zanella said he’s not overly concerned — yet — about living roughly 40 miles away from the epicenter of Italy’s coronavirus outbreak.

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Winter coat drive, Unity Golden meeting and more around Penn Hills
February 23, 2020
Prospective high-schoolers and their parents are invited to attend Redeemer Lutheran High School’s Preview Night, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at the school on Idaho Avenue in Verona. The faculty will share information and answer questions. RSVP to Alison Jackson at 412-793-5884 or admissions@redeemer- oakmont.org.

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Save the date: Bingo fundraiser, school board meeting and more
February 23, 2020
Redeemer Lutheran Preview Night

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Work on Nadine Road to start this week
February 23, 2020
Nadine Road in Penn Hills will be restricted to one lane starting Tuesday and will fully close in March for three months, Allegheny County officials announced Friday.

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Penn Hills felon caught with stolen gun at traffic stop gets 4 more years in prison
February 21, 2020
A Penn Hills man caught with a stolen gun in his waistband during a traffic stop will spend four years behind bars, federal prosecutors said.

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Council approves 2020 Parks and Recreation events calendar
February 20, 2020
Penn Hills council approved the municipality’s Parks and Recreation events calendar for 2020, but not without a warning from two members.

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Town hall meeting to discuss Linton Middle School issues planned for Penn Hills
February 20, 2020
Penn Hills School District officials want to hear from Linton Middle School parents on how they can better serve their fifth- through eighth-graders.

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Penn Hills council shoots down proposed graffiti ordinance aimed at property owners
February 19, 2020
Penn Hills administration drafted an ordinance aimed at graffiti after a recent, “isolated” incident, but council shot it down after realizing the law makes the property owner responsible for cleaning up the vandalism.

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