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Using Mediation to Solve Your Housing Disputes

Mediation is a free, confidential, voluntary process in which a neutral mediator helps people find solutions to their housing dispute. A mediator does not serve as a judge or lawyer, but simply facilitates…

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LULAC to Host Deported Veterans Panel Discussion

Get an understanding of how this is possible under current laws, what the experience of veterans going through deportation and repatriation have been, and how we move forward under the current political climate.

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Allegheny County reports 366 new COVID cases and 5 deaths, PA breaks another record of new cases

The new deaths, which ranged from Oct. 20 to Nov. 5, included a person in their 20s, two in their 70s and two in their 90s. Two of the five deaths occurred in…

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Pa. GOP lawmakers to probe unverified fraud claims in election they largely won

While Pennsylvania already conducts post-election audits, Republicans say they will launch hearings to investigate the election.

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Allegheny County reports 189 new COVID cases; Sec. Levine discusses PA vaccine distribution plans

The Allegheny County Health Department [ACHD] reported 189 new COVID-19 infections Thursday and no new COVID-related fatalities. The newly reported cases bring the total count since March 14 to 16,599 infections.

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Most Pittsburgh Public students will stay online until 2021. Here are main takeaways from the Oct. school board meetings.

After two amendments and two days of public testimonies, the PPS board voted Wednesday in favor of extending exclusive online learning for most students through Jan. 2021.

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