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The Week: North Hills

Tony LaRussa

Here are some of the recent Tribune-Review news and features from the North Hills.

For more details on these and other stories, follow the links below or see Triblive.com.

Hindu ceremony to protect Franklin Park’s volunteer fire department held

Under new McCandless dog law, owners face steep fines for pet’s bark, scratch, odor

Sweaty pipes force expensive emergency repairs at North Allegheny elementary school

DA questions location of sting that led to fatal Ross shootout

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368, [email protected] or via Twitter .


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Franklin Park’s volunter firefighters and Members of Franklin Park’s Indian community gathered at the fire station Aug. 22, 2019 to perform a Hindu ceremony to demonstrate their gratitude for the "selfless service" the borough’s volunter firefighters provide to the community.
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