Around Town: May starts off strong with positive community changes
The Law Office of Jeanne B. Costopoulos of Mechanicsburg has opened in Foster Plaza Five, 651 Holiday Drive, Suite 300, Green Tree.
Costopoulos was the managing partner of Costopoulos & Welch prior to establishing her own office in 2003. She focuses entirely on family law, including the practice areas of divorce, equitable distribution, alimony, support, child custody, protection from abuse, grandparent rights and step-parent adoptions.
Visit her website at www.jbcfamilylaw.com or call 412-353-3852.
She has a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Pittsburgh and a law degree from Dickinson School of Law.
Aracri's Greentree Inn, 1001 Greentree Road, Green Tree, has now opened a new outdoor seating space. The restaurant, established in 1967, offers Italian cuisine, seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches, and catering. Call 412-921-4601 for information.
• Blinky's Noble Grill and Bar, 2350 Noblestown Road, Green Tree, is now a fully non-smoking restaurant. However, e-cigarettes and vapor cigarettes are welcome.
• Adrienne's Hair Designs, 1016 Greentree Road, Ste. 100, Green Tree, is now called Hair Replacement Pittsburgh, specializing in hair replacements and thinning hair solutions for men and women that include hair systems and wigs, topical treatments and styling of hair extensions. The studio also offers haircuts, coloring, facial waxing, highlights and smoothing treatments. Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday and Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. Call 412-922-4922 for an appointment or visit www.HairReplacementPittsburgh.com for more information.
• Alterations Express has opened in Collier Town Square, Bridgeville (by PapaGallo's Restaurant). Open daily except Sunday, the store offers expert alterations, professional fittings, dry cleaning and wedding gown preservation.
• PaPa J's Ristorante, 200 E. Main St., Carnegie, is offering a Sunday brunch buffet from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Call 412-429-7272 for reservations or details.
• Holland Mortgage has relocated from 369 Mansfield Ave., Green Tree, to Campbell's Run Road, Robinson Township. Call 412-325-8810 for details.
South Fayette Township resident Michael Shildt is the new local branch manager for College Works Painting.
A student at Penn State University with a major in accounting and minor in energy business finance, he leads the business in providing quality work at competitive prices. Visit www.collegeworks.com or call 888-450-9675 for a free estimate.
Other business incorporations as compiled from recent state filings include:
• Elegant Distributing Inc., 600 Greentree Road, Green Tree (beauty supply products).
• Burgeon Technologies Inc., 8421 David Drive, Bridgeville (IT consulting, software development, training onsite and offsite).
• KDRZ Consulting, 308 Sunset Place, Carnegie (bookkeeping and accounting services).
• Storyline, 645 Elmspring Court, Green Tree (video productions).
• Auto Bonn Towing & Repair, 532 Springfield St., Green Tree (towing services).
• Global Search Associates, 1005 St. Bee St., Green Tree (consulting).
• Mab Cleaning Services, 863 Steuben St., Green Tree (janitorial services).
• Specialized Search Partners, 62 Chestnut Ridge Drive, Crafton (recruiting and staffing).
• Sei Bella Beauty Bar, 100 Fleet St., Green Tree (spa and beauty services).
• Caliber Inc., 2 Elm Ave., Carnegie (construction company).
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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