0 Community Corner Pittsburgh officials next week will be briefed on one of the largest projects proposed for Mt. Washington in decades. Eric Heyl , Patch Staff Posted Reply PITTSBURGH, PA — A stretch of Grandview Avenue on Mt. Washington that has been mostly vacant for decades soon could be the site of a 23-unit townhouse development. Developer Laurel Communities, which has built townhouses at Bakery Square in East Liberty in the Strip District, will brief the city planning commission on the project Tuesday. The development would be built on Grandview from Republic Street to Augusta Street, near the Monterey Bay Fish Grotto, the entrance to Emerald View Park and a parklet popular among tourists for its spectacular city view. Twenty of the 23 townhouses would front Grandview. Two would be built on Augusta and one would be built on Shaler; those three units would be adjacent to the Grandview units. Laurel has said … [Read more...] about Major Townhouse Project Planned For Mt. Washington’s Grandview Ave.
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14 Crime & Safety The Chicago police officer was vacationing in Florida when police said an employee caught him "pissing" on an ice machine in a bar. Lorraine Swanson , Patch Staff Posted Replies CHICAGO — An off-duty Chicago police officer from Mount Greenwood made a Florida police blotter when he was arrested on suspicion of urinating on an ice machine early Monday morning in a Sunshine State bar. Henry W. Capouch, 34, was charged with simple battery and disorderly conduct. According to Pinellas County court records, an employee of the Beachcomber Bar in St. Petersburg Beach, FL, went to get ice when he discovered a man, later identified as Capouch, “pissing” on the ice machine. When the employee told Capouch to stop, police said that Capouch began “verbally cussing” the employee. Capouch is alleged to have shoved the employee in the chest a few times, as well as a security guard. Court records said the security guard … [Read more...] about Off-Duty Cop From Mt. Greenwood Accused Of Urinating On Ice Machine
0 Crime & Safety Peter Schwartz, 49, of Uniontown, Fayette County, faces 45 years in prison for his participation in the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection. Eric Heyl , Patch Staff Posted Reply WASHINGTON, D.C. — A Western Pennsylvania man was among three defendants convicted in U.S. District Court of felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from their actions during the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot. Peter J. Schwartz, 49, of Uniontown, Fayette County, was found guilty of four counts of felony According to the U.S. Department of Justice, on Jan. 6, 2021, Schwartz and his wife Shelly Stallings - who pleaded guilty in August, traveled to Washington D.C. and were at the area of the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol Building. While at the front of the police line at around 2:28 pm, Schwartz threw a folding chair at officers, later claiming to a friend that he “started a riot” by “throwing the first chair.” He then stole … [Read more...] about PA Man Convicted Of Capitol Riot Charges
0 Crime & Safety A Butler County man violently used a Christmas tree on a woman, police said. Eric Heyl , Patch Staff Posted Reply SAXONBURG, PA — Pennsylvania State Police arrested a Butler County man who allegedly assaulted a woman with a Christmas tree during a Tuesday night altercation. Michael Bandi, 35, of Saxonburg, is charged with simple assault and harassment. According to police, Bandi struck a 31-year-old woman in the head with the tree during an argument in a home on Oak Leaf Drive is Saxonburg, located about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh. Bandi is being housed at the Butler County prison in lieu of $10,000 bail, according to court documents. Get more local news delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for free Patch newsletters and alerts. Thank Reply Share To request removal of your name from an arrest report, submit these required items … [Read more...] about PA Man Strikes Woman With Christmas Tree During Dispute: Police
0 Pets Looking to adopt a fuzzy friend? Check out this week's list of pets waiting at shelters in and around Haverford-Havertown. Pet News , Patch Staff Posted Reply Looking to add a fluffy ball of four-legged love and affection to your family? Look no further than these Haverford-Havertown animal shelters for a pet available for adoption. Many animal shelters are still working to fulfill adoptions. Over 6 million pets and other companion animals are taken in each year by rescue organizations nationwide, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Of those, approximately 3.3 million are dogs and 3.2 million are cats. Shelters often look after other animals in search of a permanent home as well, including pigs, birds and even horses. However, only around half of all shelter animals are adopted each year, according to ASPCA data. This means millions of animals — some right here in the … [Read more...] about Haverford-Havertown Area Pets Up For Adoption: Meet Ayla, Madeleine & More
0 Schools Moraine Valley Community College offers over 500 courses and certificate programs for Spring 2023. New semester starts Jan 17 and later. Lorraine Swanson , Patch Staff Posted Reply PALOS HILLS, IL — Moraine Valley Community College is offering an excellent assortment of courses and formats for the spring 2023 semester. Aside from in-person classes, online and hybrid, which is a combination of online and face-to-face instruction classes being offered. The spring semester starts Jan. 17 and later. Moraine Valley offers more than 130 degree and certificate programs. Students interested in transferring to four-year colleges or universities can earn associate degrees in arts, fine arts, general studies, engineering science, applied science or science. Students also can choose from several career certificate programs, including allied health and nursing, business and computer sciences, industrial technology and public … [Read more...] about Moraine Valley Offers Array Of Courses And Formats For Spring 2023