Spring has sprung with some new stores in the Carnegie area
By Charlotte Smith
Published: Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Updated: Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Dollar Tree has opened in the Glenn Scott Plaza, 1061 Washington Ave., Carnegie (in the former CVS location). It is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.
Call 412-276-2230 for further information.
Pizza Salerno has opened at 510 Station St., Bridgeville. This location has been the site of numerous takeout pizza spots.
All pizzas come with a side of ranch dressing. Additional menu items include salads, wings, wraps, stromboli, pasta dinners, appetizers and soups, wedgies, calzones, gyros, burgers and hoagies. Delivery is available as well.
Visit the full menu at www.pizzasalerno.com or call 412-220-2222 for takeout or catering needs.
‘Catering to go'
The Italian Bread Place, 2381 Noblestown Road, Green Tree, is now offering “catering to go,” from cold sandwiches, hot entrees, sides, salads, utensils, tablecloths, food warmers, and more for big parties, office meetings or other events.
Call 412-922-2970 or visit www.cateringtogo.info.
Roo Tees, 300 Nobles-town Road, Carnegie, is one of the oldest screen printing and embroidery businesses in Pittsburgh, since 1997, and now has a new owner named Bobby Gracie.
The business handles apparel for schools, corporations, organizations, businesses and sports teams. A family-based business, it has recently expanded its specialty department headed by Gracie's sister, Debbie Kokel, who is marketing the store's rhinestone line. A logo can be custom-designed to “bling out” a shirt or jersey with one's name in crystals.
For more information, call 412-279-9889 or visit www.rootees.com.
Joann Diegelmann is an up-and-coming artist from Carnegie's Cloverleaf Estates.
Retired and widowed after 35 years of marriage, she has renewed her interest in painting and working with embellished acrylic giclee prints. Giclee is French for “to spray or squirt” and refers to the process of how a faint image of the picture is printed out with the aid of a digital printer and is then embellished in paint. She is doing many of these pictures of animals from the Pittsburgh Zoo. She also is showing her work at several local arts and crafts shows.
For more information, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Set to open in late spring or early summer is the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden, Collier Township, near Settlers Cabin Park. The first phase of 60 acres will be open to the public soon, with a goal to create a world-class botanic garden that, at 460 acres when completed, will be one of the largest botanic gardens in America. The site is located over acres of abandoned coal mines.
When fully developed, the garden will have 18 distinct gardens, five different woodlands, a visitor center, an amphitheater for cultural events, a center for botanic research, and a space for weddings and corporate meetings. Preview tours are being given now.
Other local new business incorporations as compiled from recent state filings include:
• Boxer Firearms, 558 Thomas St. Extension, Bridgeville (firearms sales and gunsmithing).
• Alteration World, 117 E. Main St., Carnegie (tailoring).
• First American Management Group, 651 Holiday Drive, Suite 300, Green Tree (finance).
• Mob Priest, 1587 Spreading Oak Drive, Scott Township (producing independent movies).
• Woodward Property Enterprises, 1319 Scrubgrass Road, Carnegie (real estate).
• DBD Properties, 412 Greentree Road, Green Tree (real estate).
• Star Self, 1002 Greentree Road, Green Tree (astrology consultation).
• Lanza Wellness, 1081 Greentree Road, Green Tree (media marketing).
• District 2 Hockey, 2224 Allender Ave., Green Tree (youth hockey league).
Charlotte Smith is a contributing writer for Trib Total Media and can be reached at 724-693-9441 or email@example.com.
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