Pittsburgh’s Heart: Point State Park

Pittsburgh’s Heart: Point State Park

There is probably no more valuable and coveted plot of land in the area than the 36 acres known as Point State Park. Two rivers, the Allegheny and the Monongahela, converge here to form the Ohio river. The triangular-shaped land where the rivers merge has been desired ever since humans have laid eyes on it. So much so that this area was battled over by

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Popular Pittsburgh’s Guide to Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes, and Fall Festivities

Popular Pittsburgh's Guide to Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes, and Fall Festivities

When the air becomes chilly and the leaves begin to turn, everyone knows it’s pumpkin time in Pittsburgh! While you were having fun during the summer, farmers in the area were tending to their patches to ensure a plentiful crop of pumpkins for you to enjoy this harvest season. Whether you head east, west, north, or south of Pittsburgh, you will find a farm eager

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What to Expect When You Attend School in Southwestern Pennsylvania

What to Expect When You Attend School in Southwestern Pennsylvania

Congratulations! You’ve graduated from high school and will be furthering your education in the Pittsburgh area. You’ve been bombarded with collegiate brochures. There are dozens of questions bouncing around your brain: “What will my roommate be like? How hard will the classes be? Will I gain the cursed ‘freshman 15’?” There may be another question on your mind: “What is it like to attend school in the Pittsburgh region?”

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Trade Schools for All Interests

Trade Schools for All Interests

Some find that a 4 year College is not a good fit, but still want to further their education. Pittsburgh has plenty of institutions that will help you to gain the knowledge needed to land the job you want. The following are some of the trade, vocational, and career schools located within 50 miles of Pittsburgh. Alan Kells School of Real Estate, Inc. To obtain

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Pittsburgh:  A Haven for Higher Education

Pittsburgh:  A Haven for Higher Education

If you are looking for great colleges and universities, Pittsburgh is fortunate to have numerous, excellent institutions from which to choose: everything from small to large, public to private, and rural to urban campuses. The following colleges and universities are all located within 50 miles of Pittsburgh. Allegheny College In 2015, Allegheny College will celebrate its 200th Anniversary. Located in Meadville, Pennsylvania, this small, private

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Jobs in the Pittsburgh Area That Require Further Education 

Jobs in the Pittsburgh Area That Require Further Education 

If you grew up in the Pittsburgh area before the collapse of the Steel Industry and the city’s industrial base in the 1980’s, there’s a good chance you knew someone who graduated from high school and took a well-paying job in a mill or factory. Or maybe you went to college and had a summer job in one of the area’s factories or mills that

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Accredited Nursing Schools in the Pittsburgh Region  

Accredited Nursing Schools in the Pittsburgh Region  

If you have ever been in the hospital, you know that nurses are the front line when it comes to your health care and wellness.  While physicians are indispensable and you can go hours without a visit from one and still be fine, nurses are needed far more often.  Luckily, the Pittsburgh region is fortunate to have a number of excellent nursing schools providing education

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Entrepreneurs You Should Know in the Pittsburgh Region

Entrepreneurs You Should Know in the Pittsburgh Region

Our Entrepreneur of the month: Homestead Jenn & Phil Tompkins want to help you get the freshest eggs you’ve ever had. From writers and business coaches to tech companies, Pittsburgh is home to a growing number of entrepreneurs. Michael Ocilka, CLTC LTCEPP The biggest financial risk Americans face today is “not dying.” One’s Longevity Planning (retirement, life and LTC insurance, Medicare) should be a comprehensive,

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