A bright and sunny day greeted those attending the dedication of the Paul J. Sciullo II Memorial Park last month.
The ceremony, which took place on the park’s new dek hockey surface, was held in honor of Pittsburgh Police officer, Paul John Rizzo Domenic Sciullo II, a Bloomfield native and an ardent hockey fan who tragically lost his life in the line of duty.
Sciullo and two of his fellow officers;
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On September 12, dozens of men will gather in Bloomfield to Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®, giving these volunteers a chance to show off their gams and raise money for Pittsburgh Action Against Rape. The event is being organized by Camille Goleb, with whom we “talked the talk.”
What is “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes?” It’s a walkathon with a difference. It’s fun and funny, but it’s also a great way to raise awareness in our community about sexual violence against women and to raise money for Pittsburgh Action Against Rape.
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The Bloomfield Development Corporation is pleased to announce that Ricky Kowalewski will be taking the helm as manager of the Bloomfield Saturday Market.
Kowalewski, who served as the Market Outreach Intern from January to August 2015 is well-acquiainted with the demands of running a weekly Farmers’ Market. In addition to his work at the BDC, Kowalewski has thoroughly enjoyed discovering the restaurants and shops in Bloomfield.
Join Ricky at the Saturday Market and enjoy the harvest.
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On Monday evening, August 3rd, well over 50 Bloomfield neighbors crowded into St. Maria Goretti church to find out how Little Italy Days organizers have responded to problems during last year’s event. Changes from 2014 event logistics were clarified during what was a heated meeting at times between supporters and critics of the event.
Issues raised included street cleaning and garbage removal after the event, public drunkenness, parking, and traffic and access issues due to closures on Liberty Avenue.
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In 2014, less than half of Bloomfield’s current holiday lights were in good enough condition to be displayed. Those that were are in extremely poor shape.
The Bloomfield Development Corporation needs your input. We’re calling on our neighbors to help us decide on the future of Bloomfield’s holiday lighting. Please help us make our holidays bright. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 412.681.8800 to let us know your thoughts or to get involved.
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