Penn West Gold & Diamond Co. opens in Bridgeville
Penn West Gold & Diamond Co. opened at 503 Washington Ave. in Bridgeville.
The company pays cash for gold, silver, diamonds, coins, estate jewelry and old watches.
Daniel Dastranj and Chris Pfender own the business. A special feature is an opportunity to host gold parties in one's home, school, organization or church. The hosting organization will receive 10 percent of the proceeds from the fundraiser.
Call 412-221-7070 for more information.
Dan Zangrilli has opened a Farmers Insurance Agency office at 407 Station St. in Bridgeville.
The agency sells term life insurance and other policies that cover automobiles, homes, businesses, motorcycles and recreational needs.
Call 412-337-5976 for further information.
Fussy over fashion
Coco 66 Boutique has opened at 343 Station St., Bridgeville.
Owner Kimberly “Coco” Yablonski believes that fashion is a visual language so her store contains clothing items that would be considered edgy, yet sophisticated and affordable. She offers a customized shopping experience for parties that include refreshments and discounts.
The Jewish Community Center South Hills on Kane Boulevard in Scott Township, has appointed Emily Morrow as health/physical education/recreation coordinator.
Morrow graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in health and physical activity with an emphasis in exercise science. She will teach children's sports, including soccer, golf, basketball, tennis and floor hockey, and will also introduce new children's programs.
Bob Stumpf, formerly of Gene's Barber Shop in Crafton, is the new owner of Bob's Barber Shop at 4 Stotz Ave. in Crafton.
The business originally was called Mike's under its former management. Haircuts begin at $12 and there are reduced prices for senior citizens and children.
Call 412-928-8688 for more information.
New local business incorporations as compiled from state filings include:
• CW Virtual Associates, 2040 Croghan Drive, Carnegie (virtual assistant)
• Sun Contract Services, 211 Alden Road, Carnegie (energy services and title research).
Charlotte Smith is a contributing writer for Trib Total Media and can be reached at 724-693-9441 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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