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Around Town: Start your summer with new shopping destinations in Bridgeville area

| Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 9:01 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For The Bridgeville Area News
Carnegie Coffee Company co-owner Ashley Comer (left) chats with Lexi Schultz of McMurray at the recently opened shop on East Main Street in Carnegie.
Randy Jarosz | For The Bridgeville Area News
Carnegie Coffee Company general manager Matt Harkness (front left) and employee Kyle Kessner work the counter while Mike Patterson and Mary Patterson of Rosslyn Heights chat.

Carnegie Coffee Company has opened in the former post office building, 132 E. Main St., Carnegie.

Husband-and-wife owners Ashley Comer and Greg Romeo also own The Medicine Shoppe down the street, which will move eventually into the same building later this year.

Designed after a European-style coffeehouse, the 2,500-square-foot facility also serves pastries, breakfast and lunch/dinner items.

It is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays.

Call 724-518-6524 for details.

Discount retailer in Scott

American Freight Furniture and Mattresses has opened at 718 Hope Hollow Road in Scott Township.

This is the second Pittsburgh-area location for the Ohio discount retailer which has had a store on Rodi Road since 2006.

The new facility is the company's 84th store nationally.

Call 412-429-9991 for more information.

New restaurant

Rumfish Grille, Great Southern Shopping Center, Collier, is now offering Sunday brunch and Saturday lunch.

Lunch will be from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and brunch will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. In a few weeks, their outside entertainment center will open with fire pits, water elements, live music and an outdoor bar.

Call 412-914-8013 or visitwww.fishpgh.com for more information.

Duke's Lunch Reward

Duke's Rib House & Grille, 1910 Cochran Rd., Scott Township, now is offering a Lunch Reward program. Buy nine regular priced lunches and the 10th lunch is free.

The restaurant also caters. Call 412-207-1235 for information.

PHEAA service center

The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) has located a new customer service center facility at 11 Parkway Center, Green Tree.

Operations with 150 employees are expected to begin this fall. PHEAA services student loans commercially and employs nearly 3,000 people in Dauphin, Cumberland, Centre and Delaware counties.

Advantage Resource Group offers an array of human resource services, including temp-employee placement, for manufacturing, industrial, and management businesses.

Based in Altoona, it is opening its first Pittsburgh-area office with a mobile drug testing unit and a site coordinator based in Bridgeville.

The mobile unit will allow the company to do on-site screening in remote natural gas locations. For more information, visit www.theadvantages.com.

Walnut Grill expands

Walnut Grill will be opening its fourth Greater Pittsburgh location when it renovates and moves into the former Damon's, Collier Town Square, Collier Township. The restaurant is looking to open by mid-fall.

Incorporations

Other local new business incorporations as compiled from recent state listings include:

• Crosse Studios, 100 Noblestown Road, Carnegie (interactive media).

• Pittsburgh Health and Wellness Network, 2275 Swallow Hill Road, Building 2600, Scott Township (healthcare networking & marketing).

• Shiny Things Jewelry, 1843 Hughes St., Bridgeville (retail jewelry sales).

• Excelante Tutoring and Training, 6 E. Main St., Carnegie (tutoring services).

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