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The Week – North Hills: Sept. 22-28, 2019

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.

Dogs rescued from deplorable conditions in Ross adjusting to shelter life

Ross teams with nonprofit group to put sunscreen dispensers in township park

Senior housing, cottages, retail approved for Blazier Drive site in McCandless

AG Josh Shapiro holds North Hills ‘listening session’ about student tip line

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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“Corazon” and 109 other dogs are being cared for at Animal Friends in Ohio Townshiip after being rescued Sept. 11, 2019 from a Ross Township home. Once the dogs are healthy and begin to regain trust in humans, they will be available for adoption.
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