Councilman Corey O’Connor
It’s a sprawling expanse of riverfront land stretching a mile and half along the Hazelwood flats.
A day after a dog was mauled and killed in a city park; the city councilmember who represents the area is calling for more signage and possibly the presence of park rangers.
Despite the tragedy of last Monday, local residents know that Hazelwood is a whole lot more than police tape, shootings and death.
Some people in Hazelwood are outraged.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he’s looking at what the city might be able to do to help frustrated residents in Hazelwood.
Cecelia Jedlicka lives in her family home in Hazelwood across the street from a huge facility where bags of city trash were supposed to be recycled but now sit abandoned.
Thousands lined both sides of Grant Street downtown, wearing green and ready for the sights and sounds of the 144th St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Pittsburgh Saturday morning.
Until the first week in January, the case outside the mayor’s office was filled with plaques and testimonials given to the city and former Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.
With the new administration moved in to the offices downtown, Pittsburgh city councilmen Corey O’Connor talked about where the city can go from here and what the mayor will need to do.
On Hobart Street in Squirrel Hill, parking is hard to come by, but some lucky ones have a driveway that allows residents to get their car off the street.
It sounds absurd: tickets and warning letters for parking in your own driveway.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte sat down and talked with the family of late Pittsburgh Mayor Bob O’Connor. Sons father Terry and Cory, daughter Hiedi and Wife Judy.
City Councilman Bill Peduto and City Councilman Corey O’Conner joined KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA Sunday morning.