Sports Deli is making fresh start in new Green Tree location
Sports Deli, the Pro Sports Store, has relocated from the now-closed Parkway Center Mall to 1157 McKinney Lane, Green Tree, near the mall in the former Hollywood Video store.
Open daily, the store features sports clothing, jackets, mugs and giftware, collectibles, caps and pennants, and autographed memorabilia. Call 412-922-8480 for more information.
Business women relocate
Pittsburgh Professional Women has relocated from Green Tree to 1597 Washington Ave., Suite B14/163, Bridgeville. Beth Caldwell is the executive director.
The organization supports professional business women with practical and affordable workshops, learning opportunities and networking meetings.
At the end of June, the group will start accepting nominations for its 2013 Women of Integrity, which awards four women of distinction for their career success and contributions to mentoring and the community. The awards will be given in December at a luncheon at The Club at Nevillewood, Collier Township. For more information or to join, call 412-202-6983 or visit www.PittsburghProfessionalWomen.com
Blue Paw Pet Sitting has opened at 3038 Washington Pike, Suite 4, Bridgeville, across from the GetGo. It offers “as needed” pet sitting for dogs, cats, lizards, fish, birds and other small animals. Boarding is available as well. Open from 6 a.m. to around 9 p.m. or later, the pets play and “are treated as if they were home.” There is even webcam access so the animals can be viewed. Call 412-657-9548 for information or visit www.bluepawpets.com.
The Rev. Todd Schmidtetter has been added to the clergy staff at the Church of the Atonement, 618 Washington Ave., Carnegie. Call 412-279-1944 or visit www.atonementcarnegie.org for more parish information.
The dog park is now open at Carnegie Park, Forsythe Road. Call 412-276-1414 for details and rules of use.
Walnut Grill will open its fourth Pittsburgh location when it renovates the former Damon's in Collier Town Square. The restaurant is expected to be open by mid-fall this year.
New local business incorporations as compiled from recent state filings include:
• Pittsburgh Health and Wellness Network, 2275 Swallow Hill Road, Bldg. 2600, Scott Township (healthcare networking & marketing).
• Shiny Things Jewelry, 1843 Hughes St., Bridgeville (retail jewelry sales).
• Maneit Group, Inc., 2275 Swallow Hill Road, Bldg. 1000, Scott Township (real estate investments and holdings).
• Excelante Tutoring and Training, 6 E. Main St., Carnegie (tutoring services).
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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