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Winter is usually a time for hibernation, staying cozy in the bed and watching the next episode of Bridgerton as the sun disappears from the cold, crisp day. (Who are we joking, we know the sun is a rare occurrence around these three rivers.) As flurries spurt and social distancing separate us, here are a […]

TribLive: Life jacket now required for paddlers, boaters on all PA waters

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Life jacket now required for paddlers, boaters on all Pennsylvania waters MARY ANN THOMAS   | Monday, November 2, 2020 7:30 a.m. SHANE DUNLAP | TRIBUNE-REVIEW It’s that time of year. Water temperatures plummet and because of the dangers of drowning, all paddlers and boaters must wear a life jacket now until April 30. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission […]

Grant Funding for Local Projects Annouced

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Senator Williams and Representative Innamorato Announce Conservation Grant Funding for Local Projects October 9, 2020 Pittsburgh, Pa. −  October 9, 2020  − Senator Lindsey M. Williams and Representative Sara Innamorato announced today that the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) has awarded $1,050,000 in grant funding through the 2020 Community Conservation Partnership Program (C2P2) […]

Good Food Pgh: 10 restaurants with Amazing Views

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10 Restaurants with Amazing Views and Outdoor Seating August 8, 2020 by Emily Catalano 2 Comments There’s nothing better than sitting back and enjoying a nice meal… with a nice view, too. In the past, we’ve covered lots of restaurants in and around Pittsburgh that have spectacular views, but now, we’re turning our attention to those that have a […]