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Museum Shops Draw Outside the Lines with Unique Gifts

Oct 31, 2017 ● By Beth Gavaghan

If you’re looking to purchase some creative gifts this holiday season, try stepping out of the mall and into one of Pittsburgh’s art museums.

Disease, Habitat Destruction Decimating Pennsylvania’s Bat Population

Oct 31, 2017 ● By Vanessa Orr

There are many misperceptions about bats; one of the most common being that this “mouse with wings” is a rodent, or that they pose a danger to humans.

Local Schools, Medical Professionals Taking Proactive Stance on Opioid Crisis

Oct 31, 2017 ● By Shari Berg

In August, the Trump administration declared the opioid crisis a national emergency, citing the quadrupling of opioid-related deaths in the United States over the last 20 years as a reason for the move.

In This Issue, October 2017

Oct 01, 2017 ● By North Hills Monthly magazine

Sewickley Academy’s New Events Center Builds Community, Student Confidence, Supporting Loving and Lasting Families Goal of Every Child Inc., Is Your HVAC System Winter-ready and more!

New & Notable, October 2017

Oct 01, 2017 ● By North Hills Monthly magazine

New & Notable spotlights the accomplishments of those living & working in the North Hills, from new business hires to award-winning students.

Community Events, October 2017

Oct 01, 2017 ● By North Hills Monthly magazine

Community Events, October 2017

Animal Friends Welcomes Dogs after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

Oct 01, 2017 ● By North Hills Monthly magazine

At Animal Friends, our priority is first and foremost the pets and people of our region. But sometimes, when natural disaster strikes, we won’t hesitate to step in where we’re needed.

Tips for Parents: Budget Basics for Your College-bound Child’s Checklist

Oct 01, 2017 ● By North Hills Monthly magazine

All across the country, college-bound students and their families are running through the move-in day checklist: Sheets and towels? Check. In-room refrigerator? Check. Shower caddy? Check.

Birdcalls for Home

Oct 01, 2017 ● By Matthew Schlueb

Lately, I have been working with my two sons, building robots from miniature servos and Arduino boards.

Sewickley Academy’s New Events Center Builds Community, Student Confidence

Oct 01, 2017 ● By Vanessa Orr

Fostering a sense of community has always been important at Sewickley Academy, Pittsburgh's oldest co-educational, college preparatory, independent Pre-K through Grade 12 day school.

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