Former Penguins' goalie new owner of Bridgeville tavern
The former RPM's at 1020 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, has new owners, Cindy and Ken Wregget.
Wregget was a goalie for the Pittsburgh Penguins from 1991 to 1998. He played professionally from 1984 until 2001. He wore No. 31.
Not coincidentally, the bar and grill has been renamed Sports 31, offering a new menu, live entertainment and an outdoor deck.
Hours are 11 a.m until 2 a.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 2 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. The kitchen closes at 10 p.m. daily and 11 p.m. on weekends. Call 412-221-7808 for further information.
Grand Slam Grooming was hit with a “grand slam” of water with a flash flood this past July when the retaining wall collapsed and destroyed the building at 2100 Bower Hill Road, Scott Township, which additionally housed an insurance company and Executrim Styling.
Luckily no one (including any pet) was hurt. Owners DeAnne and Otto Orive have relocated their business to 168 Vanadium Road, Scott. Call 412-221-5081 for a pet appointment or to discuss services.
Name, site change
Kizmit Boutique has opened at 510 Station St., Bridgeville, in the Norwood Shopping Center in the former Dazzle Dames location. Featuring women's specialty clothing and accessories and small home décor items, the store is open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Call 412-221-5151 for details.
Caruso Hair & Esthetics, 150 Vanadium Road, Bridgeville, has added Grace Zhou as a Pennsylvania Board certified esthetician. She has 21 years of experience in authentic European skin care integrated with therapeutic massage.
Also new to the staff is Courtney Cyphert, a licensed massage therapist who focuses on tension/stress relief.
Call 412-257-3311 for an appointment for any of the studio's many services.
Several area churches have new personnel. At Crafton United Presbyterian Church, Bradford Ave., Crafton, Meghan Rye is the new administrative assistant, Candice Zawoiski is the new preschool teacher and Alexandra Bryan is the new assistant preschool teacher.
The Rev. John E. Hissrich is the new (pro tem) administrator at Holy Child Parish, Bridgeville. At Bethany Presbyterian Church, Bridgeville, Jill Kolenda is the new church secretary, Julie Smith is the new church administrator, and Camden Coppelli is the new interim youth director.
Other local new business incorporations as compiled from recent state filings include:
• Steel Jewel Properties, 214 Finley Ave., Carnegie (buy & rent properties).
• JM General Maintenance Services, 20 Freedom Drive, N., Bridgeville (general maintenance services).
• Sandbox Supply, 161 Summit Ridge Road, Bridgeville (industrial supply services).
• La Ruba Cleaning Service, 922 Idlewood Ave., Carnegie (cleaning service).
• GCPS LLC, 1005 S. Bee St., Green Tree (company to bid on governmental contracts).
• Barton Medical Corp. 2034 Swallow Hill Road, Scott Township (sales consulting).
Charlotte Smith is a contributing writer for Trib Total Media and can be reached at 724-693-9441 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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