Pittsburgh is a Great Place to Buy a Home

Pittsburgh is a Great Place to Buy a Home

We all know Pittsburgh is a great place in which to live, but is it a great place in which to buy? The answer is a resounding “yes!” If you are looking to buy a home, Pittsburgh is a bargain for a number of reasons. The first is price. According to data collected by Trulia, the current average listing for Pittsburgh is $211,000 and the

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The Rural Life in West Deer Township

The Rural Life in West Deer Township

Opinion by Julie Long Drive a half-hour outside of downtown Pittsburgh and you’ll find yourself in the country. It’s one of the wonderful things about Pittsburgh, in my opinion, that we can enjoy the rural life and still be so close to the city (or vice versa for you city dwellers). If you head north on Rt. 28, then west on Rt. 910, you’ll come

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A Crash Course on Pittsburgh

A Crash Course on Pittsburgh

If you have recently moved to the Pittsburgh area, you may be wondering how to adapt to living here. How do you familiarize yourself with everything the region has to offer? How do you fit in? While Pittsburgh may seem puzzling at first, never fear; we have provided a cheat sheet for acclimating yourself to your new home, and before you know it, you’ll soon

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In Pittsburgh We Are All Family

In Pittsburgh We Are All Family

During its 1979 World Championship season, the Pittsburgh Pirates adopted Sister Sledge’s hit song “We Are Family” as their theme.  The sentiment resonated throughout the community.  It seemed only appropriate, as Pittsburgh has a strong tradition of family and close-knit neighborhoods. Pittsburgh has received many accolades for its family-focused atmosphere.  Reader’s Digest magazine rated Pittsburgh the Fifth-Best Place to Raise a Family.  The magazine teamed

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Collier Township & Nevillewood

Collier Township & Nevillewood

From Poorhouse To Golfer’s Paradise: The Transformation of Woodville All that remains is a makeshift cemetery. The graves are abandoned, smothered by weeds and brush in summer, and buried by snow during winter. Tucked away in transitional space between one of Pittsburgh’s most upscale housing developments and the commercial/industrial area that supports it, there is one major gravestone, marking and commemorating the institution for what

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