Weekly News Update: September 11th, 2015

Your weekly dose of Squirrel Hill news, provided by our faithful and tireless local news sources!

Travel back to the 1700s at cemetery history walk (thealmanac.net)

Paying to park in your own driveway? Pittsburgh working to fix ordinance (WPXI)

Obscure Pittsburgh driveway parking ordinance still on books 2 years after pledge to change it (Trib Live)

Jewish Community Center marks Rosh Hashanah by feeding the hungry (Post Gazette)

Dlinn joins Klein on ballot to serve rest of Danko’s term (Jewish Chronicle)

The art of the song lies at the heart of the new BurghSong concert series (City Paper)

Taylor Allderdice HS holds class despite hot temperatures, no air conditioning (WPXI)

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