Weekly News Update: October 16th, 2015

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

Pittsburgh City Council To Clarify Drone Laws (WESA)

Dlinn overlooked (TribLive)

Ethics, campaign finance bills advance in Pittsburgh City Council (Post Gazette)

Ethics And Campaign Finance Proposals Move Forward In Pittsburgh City Council (WESA)

Good Samaritan tries to help homeless man living in Squirrel Hill parking garage (WTAE)

Pittsburgh braces itself for closing of Greenfield Bridge (Post Gazette)

Pittsburgh school board member Isler honored as Urban Educator of the Year (Trib Live)

Rabbinical chief calls for social justice (Post Gazette)

Suspect sought in Squirrel Hill sex assault (Post Gazette)

CDS and NextGen:Pgh partner on farm stand program (Jewish Chronicle)

Federation meeting crosses bridge to a bright future (Jewish Chronicle)


High School Sports

END ZONE EXTRA: Tshudy powers Indians past Allderdice (Indiana Gazette)

Boys Soccer: Unbeaten Allderdice nearing first WPIAL section title (Post Gazette)

Football: Allderdice player dazzles in a variety of ways (Post Gazette)

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