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John R. Huey Auctioneer - Howard Meyer Estate Auction

SLIPPERY ROCK TWP-BUTLER CO. or Approx 2 Miles North of the Stone House on RT 8. Watch For Huey Auction Signs. 7.95 AC Zoned Commercial Nice Level Laying Land w/ Excellent Frontage on RT 8 w/ Nice Ready To Move into 90’x 84’ Pole Bldg w/ (3) Over Hd Doors, (1) Slider, Fully Cemented w/ Additional Tool Room. Sells w/ Over Hd Hoist & Waist Oil Furnace w/ Approx 3 +/- Ac Parking Lot Area. ALSO Includes 2 Story ½ Home w/ Kitchen, Dining Rom, Living Room, Full Bath, Full Basement, Spacious Yard Baseboard Elec. Heat – Well & Septic.( NEEDS TLC). RE TERMS: $25,000.00 Down Day Of Auction (NON REFUNDABLE) Balance in 30 Days or Upon Delivery of Deed. ALSO SELLING from same location @ Absolute Auction to High Bidder * No Minimum * No Reserves:
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North Hills real estate transactions for the week of Aug. 7, 2022

Marilyn Miller sold property at 421 Bellaire Road to Wilman Olmedo Calderon and Jeannine Marie Brevik for $578,000. Eileen Ravis sold property at 71 Marblehead Hbr to LW Invests LLC for $237,500. Franklin Park. Linda Fryz sold property at 1622 Blackburn Heights Drive to Corey and Samantha Hirkala for $580,000.
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Muddy Creek Oil Well to Welcome Visitors on Saturday

Visitors are invited to come and see an award-winning restoration site of an antique oil well later this week. On Saturday (August 13), visitors are invited to come out to the Muddy Creek Oil Well on Park Road in Prospect. The site features a Bessemer Gas Engine and Marshall-Barr Number 19 oil well equipment that is restored and open for visitors to hear and see the industry that powered the region.
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Pittsburgh development is (mostly) booming. What to know now and what to expect next

Pittsburgh is experiencing a building boom worth billions. About 80 large construction projects are in the works or have been proposed in the city, according to Tribune-Review research and data from construction analyst firm Tall Timber Group. About half are under construction. The projects range from office space and multi-use retail to hotels and affordable housing, from hospitals and grocery stores to upgrades to athletic facilities and apartments or condos.

Here's what used to occupy some large Pittsburgh construction sites

It’s tradition for Pittsburghers to give directions to landmarks that no longer exist. “Turn right where Schenley High School used to be.”. It is a quirk that showcases the region’s love for nostalgia and respect for its history. Dozens of construction projects are happening in the city. Buildings...

A Look Under the Hood of Housing Adequacy

The latest American Housing Survey conducted by the Census Bureau for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has a disturbing statistic hidden among other larger findings—1 in 20, or 5%, of American homes don’t meet the standard of “a suitable living environment” as defined by the HUD.

Alison Fisk: The value of hiring international employees

The current U.S. labor shortage has affected nearly every industry, from education to health services and child care, leaving many organizations at a loss for how to attract, hire and retain new employees. This year, there are 5.5 million more job openings available than there are candidates to fill those...

About 6M U.S. Homes Not Suitable To Live In: Porch

In its recent Housing (In)Adequacy Index, Porch says Pittsburgh ranked high with homes facing serious living concerns. One in 20 American homes don’t meet the standard of “a suitable living environment," as defined by the Department for Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Over 11% of homes in Pittsburgh...

PSUGA reassures LaunchBox members

Penn State Greater Allegheny’s interim chancellor wants budding startup owners who were using the campus’ Mon Valley LaunchBox to know that the university and the City of McKeesport are not giving up on their businesses following Tuesday’s explosion at the Common Ground building. To read the rest...

Famer’s Market Set For Saturday

Even though it may rain, the Butler City Farmer’s Market will go on tomorrow. The vendors and shopping will, of course, be under the roof, so there’s no need to be concerned with any wet weather that may be a part of our Saturday. Organizers say hundreds of...