Around Town: Carnegie, Scott store openings, changes include custom-designed invitations
More Than Words, a fine paper store specializing in the custom design work of invitations, has relocated from Mt. Lebanon to 33 E. Main St., Carnegie. Come in and browse, or call 412-489-6128 to discuss your party plans.
Life is Sweet, 1105 Bower Hill Road, Scott Township, has opened in the former location of Cookie Bouquet, which moved to One Forsythe Road, Collier Township. It is a bakery specializing in cupcakes and cookies, a candy store, and a café offering breakfast and light lunches.
Their products are available for candy tables, dessert buffets, weddings, showers and receptions.
The owners, Kelly Bareford and Christine Mains, are working at finding gluten-free and allergy-free products, as well.
Tambellini Restaurant, 413 Railroad St., Bridgeville has remodeled its banquet room and continues to offer karaoke on Friday nights and dancing on Saturday night.
Call 412-221-5202 for takeout or visit www.tambellinisbridgeville.com for an entertainment schedule or menu. Homemade cookies
Valerie Romanovich has opened V&S Homemade Cookies from her home in Green Tree. Her cookies are available for all occasions including weddings, bridal or baby showers, school functions, and graduation parties.
Current seasonal specialties include pumpkin spice bites, apple crisp, buckeyes, carrot cake, key lime chip, and spiral cherry lollipop cookies.
Journey Church, 56 Prestley Road, Bridgeville, has renamed itself Grace Church of the South Hills to better reflect its involvement and openness to everyone in the community.
• The Rev. Miroslaw Stelmaszczyk will be installed as the 15th pastor of St. Barbara Roman Catholic Church at the 8 a.m. mass on Nov. 3. He will replace the Rev. Richard E. Ward, who is retiring. The parish is located at 45 Prestley Road, Bridgeville.
The Veterans Breakfast Club, a 501c3 non-profit organization, is dedicated to sharing veterans' stories. The South Hills group meets periodically at Peter's Place, 1199 Washington Pike, Kirwan Heights.
A fundraiser is planned for Oct. 19 at the Clarion Hotel, Green Tree, featuring an 18-piece Swingin' Bopcat Big Band for a 1940's USO show. Besides getting together to reminisce, the group occasionally takes day trips. On Oct. 22, they will visit Gettysburg. The $105 cost includes transportation, boxed breakfast, lunch, dinner, a ranger-guided tour of the battlefield, and museum admissions. The bus will leave from Parkway Center, Green Tree. They will be having their holiday get-together on Dec. 7 at Peter's Place.
A new Goodwill store is set to open in January at 1905 Washington St., Heidelberg.
The 14,500-square-foot store will have about 9,000 square feet of sales floorspace and will feature a drive-thru, canopy-covered donation drop-off center. It will be the 32nd store operated by Goodwill of Southwester Pennsylvania.
Other local new business incorporations as compiled from recent state filings include:
• MSK Insurance, 2 E. Main St., Carnegie (insurance sales).
• Dumontier's Doggy Daycare, 407 Modern Ave., Carnegie (dog care).
• Southern Tier Acquisitions, 604 Washington Ave., Bridgeville (real estate mineral rights).
• Ricassi Properties, 10 Clairview Drive, Carnegie (real estate purchase, rental, renovation and sales).
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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