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Monthly Archives: February 2009

Green Train Featured on News 9

Written by admin  • February 26, 2009

The Northside Green Train program was featured on News 9. The twelve week program offers hands-on training in the areas of green construction,weatherization and building analysis. The first training class will begin Monday March 2.

For more information about the Green Train program contact Oliver Luisi at 473-0926 ext.306 or oliver@assisicenter.org

Franciscan Sisters Receive Award

Written by admin  • February 18, 2009

Sister Dolores Bush and Sister J.P. Ridgeo are two of twelve recipients of the Post-Standard’s annual Achievement Awards, in recognition of their efforts on the Northside. Bush and Ridgeo administer Franciscan Northside Ministries which provide free services to the residents in the Northside including a health and legal clinic. The sisters will be honored at the recognition luncheon planned for April 20.

For more information about Post-Standard’s Achievement Awards click here

Northside Collaboratory on News 10

Written by admin  • February 17, 2009

The Northside Collaboratory’s many community revitalization efforts were featured on News 10.

To view the full News 10 story click here.

St. Joseph’s Featured on News 5

Written by admin  • February 10, 2009

St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center was featured on CBS News 5. The Hospital will be embarking on a $200 million dollar expansion. For information about St. Joseph’s view their profile

A Relative Northside Homecoming

Written by admin  • February 3, 2009

A Relative Northside Homecoming

Written by Jonathan Logan   

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

 
As I write this, a new family is moving in across the street. A few houses down, another is moving out. These actions represent each family’s opportunity at a new start. So it goes on the Northside, historically a gateway to the city for immigrants from around the globe.

My great-great grandfather moved here from Italy around the turn of the 20th century, settling his family and starting a business on Lodi Street. My grandmother taught English as a second language to new residents of the Northside, assisting them on their journey towards the American dream.

Growing up, visiting grandma afforded me the opportunity to watch the neighborhood transform – for better or for worse. Throughout these changes, the Northside remains a place where people of all cultures come to get a new start.

Now as a Northside resident, I’m calling the same house home as three generations of my family before me. Moving to the Northside is affording me a new opportunity as well. I am looking forward to working together with other Northside residents on activities that will generate stories highlighting the richness of the neighborhood – which I am discovering is a great place to call home.

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