Prominent Civic Associations in Pittsburgh

Prominent Civic Associations in Pittsburgh

  Civic Associations have a distinctive and vital role in a democratic society. These organizations work with the goal of improving communities. Many serve the important function of providing a collective voice to issues that affect the community. Pittsburgh is home to many civic associations whose missions are to enhance the Greater Pittsburgh area for residents and visitors. Below are some of the most notable.

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How to Start a Small Business in Pittsburgh

How to Start a Small Business in Pittsburgh

Home to the likes of Comcast, The Hershey Company, Crayola, and Dick’s Sporting Goods, Pennsylvania is a fertile ground for businesses big and small. In Pittsburgh in particular, the very city that had just been included in the ’25 Best Cities for Jobs in 2018′ list, is becoming one of the most hospitable places for startups in the country. Small Biz Trends notes that this

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Pittsburgh Spotlight: Getting to Know Joylette Portlock PhD & Sustainable Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Spotlight: Getting to Know Joylette Portlock PhD & Sustainable Pittsburgh

In recent decades, humanity’s impact on the environment has increasingly become a topic of interest-both on a global and local stage. And while leaders from across the world gather to discuss ways to incorporate sustainability and eco-friendly practices into national policy, it is important to recognize the efforts and groundbreaking movements happening on a local level. We reached out to Sustainable Pittsburgh, a nonprofit advancing

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Business to Consumer Directory

Business to Consumer Directory

Joseph Gardonis Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services North Huntingdon Office License No. RS358280 Joseph Gardonis, is an ambitious and well-versed real estate agent for Coldwell Banker. He serves the greater Pittsburgh area along with Westmoreland County. He stops at nothing when it comes to working hard, responsively, and honestly for his clients, whether it be seller or buyer, to make the complicated process of the

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Business to Business Directory

Business to Business Directory

Nick Sennott Pancoast Executive Search, Inc After 40 years of successfully introducing administrative support staff to many of the Western PA area’s finest companies and organizations, Pancoast Staffing Services, Inc., is excited to announce the addition of Pancoast Executive Search, Inc., to our family of employment services. Our consistent belief is that a company’s ultimate success depends on the quality of its next hire. By

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Identity Theft Is a Growing Crime

Identity Theft Is a Growing Crime

“Is your husband there? His loan is ready,” said the bank officer on the phone. After questioning him, I told him that neither my husband nor I had applied for any loan, especially one from a bank in Turtle Creek since we lived in the North Hills. I could hear the condescension in his voice when he replied, “Are you sure he didn’t apply for

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Centennial+ Pittsburgh Businesses

Centennial+ Pittsburgh Businesses

It is estimated that only 56% of businesses make it past their fifth year. How fortunate is Pittsburgh, then, that the city has numerous businesses that have been around for more than 100 years. Many of them are now large, multi-national corporations—household names–but there are some smaller, lesser-known entities that have survived for more than a century that you should know. The following are some

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Harbison-Walker: The Pittsburgh Company that Helped to Construct the Steel Industry

Harbison-Walker: The Pittsburgh Company that Helped to Construct the Steel Industry

There is a saying: a rising tide lifts all boats. That certainly applies to Harbison-Walker International. Founded in Pittsburgh, Harbison-Walker’s refractories and its success enabled Andrew Carnegie to build his steel mills and establish Pittsburgh as the economic powerhouse known as Steel City. The company was founded in 1864 by J. K. Lemon and ten other Allegheny County residents. It was originally called the Star

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The Value of Viewership

The Value of Viewership

Understanding Contracts with Pittsburgh and the Cable Provider with PCTV The intricacies of cable often go undetected by consumers who are on the receiving end of television services. However, it is important to understand how cable is provided to the city and through what means it is acquired. Luckily, the agreements between the city and various cable companies give insight into this complex process of

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Pittsburgh Among the Top in the Nation for Being Digitally Inclusive

Pittsburgh Among the Top in the Nation for Being Digitally Inclusive

The accolades continue to roll in for Pittsburgh. The Brookings Institution, a Washington, D.C., think tank, recently cited Pittsburgh as being among the top Eight Digitally Inclusive Tech Cities in the country. What does digitally inclusive mean? We all know that our workplaces have become more tech based and our work has become more digitalized. But you may not know that the representation of women

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