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In This Issue, August 2017

Jul 31, 2017 08:53PM ● By North Hills Monthly magazine
Fashion Trucks Latest Trend for Mobile Shopping - Jul 31 2017 0828PM

Fashion Trucks Latest Trend for Mobile Shopping - Jul 31, 2017 08:28PM

When online shopping became a trend, consumers rallied behind the concept of being able to purchase everything from shoes to big screen televisions from the convenience of their homes. Read More » 


Rebekah Delling of the Hampton Holistic Center

Sleep Essential for Student Success - Jul 31, 2017 08:24PM

Students will soon be filling their school supplies lists, but one very important need that cannot be bought is the most necessary—sleep. Read More » 


Central Catholic graduates photo by Roy Engelbrecht

College Countdown: Keeping High School Students on Track for Admission - Jul 31, 2017 08:30PM

PSAT, SAT and ACT tests. Application deadlines. GPAs. Campus visits. College essays. Financial aid. Read More » 


Academic hAPPiness 101 Best Apps for School Success - Jul 31 2017 0825PM

Academic hAPPiness 101: Best Apps for School Success - Jul 31, 2017 08:25PM

As August turns to September, kids and parents start to feel that back-to-school energy. Read More » 


RED Program Aims to Empower Middle School Girls - Jul 31 2017 0827PM

R.E.D Program Aims to Empower Middle School Girls - Jul 31, 2017 08:27PM

Forget ghosts and scary movies. Is there anything that can cause terror in the hearts of girls more than the words “middle school?” Read More » 


Team What Sphinx poses for a picture at Red Bull Flugtag in Boston MA in August 2016

Red Bull Flugtag Set to Take Flight at the Three Rivers Regatta - Jul 31, 2017 08:30PM

On Saturday, Aug. 5, Red Bull will celebrate its 26th anniversary of Flugtag at Pittsburgh’s 40th annual EQT Three Rivers Regatta. Read More » 


UPMC Natrona Heights Burtner Road

UPMC Outpatient Centers Provide Comprehensive Services Close to Home - Jul 31, 2017 08:32PM

One of the advantages of living in the North Hills and surrounding communities is the availability of high-quality health care in the area. Read More » 


Governor Tom Wolf at the opening of the first Wegmans Wine Shop

PA Liquor Reform: Changing Laws for Changing Times - Jul 31, 2017 08:28PM

Back in the day, if you wanted a single beer or a six-pack, you went to the bar. Read More » 


Zachary and Erika Shumaker of ShuBrew Handcrafted Ales  Food

Craft Brewers Bringing it to the ‘Burgh - Jul 31, 2017 08:31PM

Pittsburgh is known for many things: the steel industry and glass-making industries, Heinz Ketchup and even the Clark Bar. Read More » 


City Primed for Distillery Businesses to Grow - Jul 31 2017 0830PM

City Primed for Distillery Businesses to Grow - Jul 31, 2017 08:30PM

Pittsburgh, along with the rest of western Pennsylvania, has a storied history in the distillery business. Read More » 


The Arrow Matic Amber IPA is one of Aldus Brewings flagship beers

York County’s Good Libations Trails Bring Together Wine, Beer and Spirits - Jul 31, 2017 08:30PM

One of the complaints that I’ve often heard while wandering wine trails (and seriously—you don’t hear a lot of griping from those happily imbibing) is that not everyone wants to drink wine. Read More » 


Gwens Girls Empowering At-risk Youth - Jul 31 2017 0825PM

Gwen’s Girls Empowering At-risk Youth - Jul 31, 2017 08:25PM

In 1973, Gwendolyn Elliott became one of the first African-American police officers in the country. Read More » 


Humane PA PAC Fights for the Protection of Pennsylvanias Animals - Jul 31 2017 0828PM

Humane PA PAC Fights for the Protection of Pennsylvania’s Animals - Jul 31, 2017 08:28PM

Imagine if animals in Pennsylvania were better protected from the humans who neglect or harm them. Read More »