Around Town: Spring continues with more store openings locally
Studio Pantera, 21 E. Main St., Carnegie, has added Forrest Yoga to its list of exercise classes. Incorporating elements of Native American healing, this yoga focuses on abdominal work and breathing and helps reduce anxiety, improves balance and cardiovascular fitness, and can be treated as emotional therapy.
Certified Forrest Yoga instructor Hope Kelly teaches classes every Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. Call 412-722-2054 for information or visit www.studiopantera.com for a listing of exercise options and classes.
Today's Home, 1840 Greentree Road, Scott Township, has remodeled its showroom in honor of its 60 years in business.
More than a furniture store, it sells window treatments, flooring and area rugs, and home accessories, and provides services such as in-home consultations, room planning and color coordination. Call 412-343-0505 for details.
• Max & Erma's Restaurant, 1910 Cochran Road, Scott Township, has remodeled.
Pittsburgh Technical Institute has begun a new culinary arts program and recently built a new Culinary Arts Center featuring kitchens and a dining lab. The new building also is housing the hands-on labs for the school's new oil and gas electronics degree. PTI also received approval to start an associate in science nursing degree program that will prepare graduates to sit for RN licensure. Call 412-809-5100 or visit www.pti.edu for full details.
Opening June 1 is Children's Community Pediatrics at 3117 Washington Pike, Suite 300, Bridgeville. Office hours will be 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The South Fayette Township practice joins the CCP network of pediatricians from the Moon and Wexford locations, providing well and sick care, as well as numerous specialty services.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 724-934-3334 or visit www.childrenspeds.com.
Mom convention in Green Tree
The Mom Conference is coming to the Doubletree Hotel, Green Tree (the former Radisson Hotel) on Thursday, May 23 starting at 8 a.m. The day-long conference of speakers, prizes, giveaways, vendor show, luncheon and networking is designed to inspire, empower and connect mothers throughout Western Pennsylvania. The fee is $67. Visit www.themomcon.com. to register or to obtain more information.
Other local new business incorporations as compiled from recent state filings include:
• Pagunlawyer, 1373 Washington Pike No. 200, Bridgeville; legal services.
• Total Media Management, 724 Wheatland Circle, Bridgeville; management and administration of social media resources for HOA.
• Palladino Martial Arts, 32 Suburban Ave., Carnegie; martial arts studio.
• Prosource of Bridgeville, 101 Southpointe Drive, Bridgeville; wholesale floorcoverings and cabinets.
• RJ Morris Contracting, 1372 Main St., Bridgeville; construction and home improvement.
• Select Hospitality Group, 850 Boyce Road, No. 10, Bridgeville; investment services.
• Julie Kulbago Photography, 5819 Longview Circle; photography.
• South Hills Property Acquisition, 9 E. Mall Plaza, Carnegie; real estate.
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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