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'Staff Quit' Sign Posted on Family Dollar Store as Employees Walk Out

A message that read "Staff quit! Y'all be easy" was posted on the door of the Family Dollar store in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as the former manager claimed the company was "very hard to work for." Dodi Byrne, a resident of Pittsburgh's Garfield neighborhood, spotted the sign on Tuesday, according to...
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New Brighton Historical Society discovers home of abolitionist Lydia Irish

NEW BRIGHTON — A Beaver County borough could have even more connections to the Underground Railroad after recent findings surfaced in a historically significant home. The New Brighton Historical Society purchased the mid-19th-century home on 13th Street and Seventh Avenue in September 2020, and has spent the last year demoing.
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SOLD! & Mundro Road: Scott Township

Our very own CENTURY 21® agent Jack Gomez did an outstanding job listing and marketing the property for sale and helping his clients navigate through another smooth closing transaction! Congratulations to the happy new owners of this spacious two story, 4 bedroom home in Scott Township! We at CENTURY 21® would like to be the very first to say WELCOME HOME!
Butler, PA977rocks.com

South Butler Hires New Business Manager

The South Butler County School District has filled an important administrative position following a recent resignation. During a school board meeting Wednesday, the board accepted the resignation of Pam Mondock from the position of director of business affairs. Mondock had been employed by the district for nearly two years and will move on to a position closer to her place of residence.
Pittsburgh, PAPennsylvania Almanac

Housing market booms for sellers, buyers and agents

Betsy and Bill West have been a longtime real estate team in this corner of Pennsylvania. Over the past 15 months, the pandemic has impacted their livelihood in a spectrum of ways, feasting on them initially, then creating a feast of opportunities for the Cecil Township couple and their brethren of agents and Realtors.
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Walnut Capital selling research tower site and Bates Street assemblage to University of Pittsburgh in $25 million transaction in Oakland

PITTSBURGH — Walnut Capital Partners is selling two separate sites in Oakland to the University of Pittsburgh. At its June meeting, the Property and Facilities Committee of the university’s Board of Trustees voted to buy Walnut Capital’s Fifth and Halket site, recently cleared for a new research tower, as well as a collection of condemned homes in the 3400 block of Bates Street at the Boulevard of the Allies.
Pittsburgh, PANew Pittsburgh Courier

New Duquesne Light CEO an inspiration for Black youth

Kevin Walker, as he tells it, didn’t see too much prosperity growing up in parts of Southeast Washington, D.C. and Maryland. He said that no one in his family had a college degree, or owned their own home, or had a big-time job to brag about that was bringing in the big bucks.
Pittsburgh, PA3DPrint.com

Cumberland Additive Expands to Neighborhood 91 3D Printing Campus in Pittsburgh

The Neighborhood 91 (N91) 3D printing campus at Pittsburgh International Airport is starting to build up its population. In addition to Wabtec, which recently opened the doors to its facility there, Rusal America, Arencibia, and The Barnes Global Advisors will all have operations at the site. Now, they will have a new neighbor, 3D printing provider Cumberland Additive.