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By Molly Rush
By Theresa Chalich With the 2020 U.S Presidential primary campaign underway, health care remains a top concern for voters. Sometimes it seems there are as many health care reform proposals as there […]
By Joyce Rothermel The first speaker of the Association of Pittsburgh Priests’ Spring Series is Jeffrey Sachs, Ph.D., an award-winning economist with degrees from Harvard and Columbia Universities. His topic will be: […]
By Jeff Cummings Last Friday night, I attended a preview of “Savior Samuel,” a play by local playwright Mark Clayton Southers. I am a big fan of Mr Southers’ work. He is […]
Looking ahead to the fall, the Association of Pittsburgh Priests invites you to put the dates of this year’s Fall Speakers’ Series on your calendars now. You won’t want to miss hearing […]
By Bette McDevitt The Battle of Homestead Foundation (BHF), also known as the Pumphouse Gang, has breakfast every Wednesday at Eat’n Park at the Waterfront. It’s not lost on anyone that this […]
By Joyce Rothermel The current Farm Bill expires on September 30, 2018. On April 18, 2018 the House Agriculture Committee passed H.R.2, Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018, out of committee along […]