Sewickley

Sewickley Valley fire departments in need of new, younger volunteers

Jim Ivancic retired as a longtime firefighter but decided to return to the profession as a volunteer. He was young when he first became a volunteer ...

Sewickley zoning laws could permit marijuana dispensary

Sewickley leaders have determined marijuana dispensaries — if one was to come to the municipality — would fall under the definition of "pharmacy" and would ...

Old Economy Village to host Autumnfest this weekend

Old Economy Village will host its annual Autumnfest celebration Saturday and Sunday at the national historic landmark in Ambridge. The two-day event includes historical demonstrations including ...

Quaker Valley to sell 2 Leetsdale homes, seeks land for new high school

Two Leetsdale homes owned by Quaker Valley School District will be put up for sale. School board members Tuesday night voted 7-0 to approve selling 704 ...

Zoning board to debate luxury condo project in Sewickley

A luxury condominium project's loading zone — dubbed a "governor's drive" — will be debated at next month's Sewickley zoning board meeting. At its next meeting ...

Fall festival, church tour fill gap left by Nationality Days in Ambridge

Ambridge will play host to a new event to celebrate, honor and showcase its religious community and heritage. The Ambridge Fall Festival of the Churches will ...

Sewickley could house marijuana dispensary

A marijuana dispensary could open in Sewickley, following state legalization this year allowing doctors to prescribe the plant to ease certain medical conditions. Sewickley resident Denise ...

Glen Osborne family mourning death of dog, wants fence at park

A Glen Osborne family is seeking changes at Mary Roberts Rinehart Park after their dog was struck and killed by two cars on Route 65 ...

Longtime Sewickley children's librarian set to retire

For many children who have walked through the second floor doors of the Sewickley Public Library, Rita Crawford has served as a familiar and welcoming ...

21-year-old artist to display work at Sewickley nonprofit

A 21-year-old Sewickley resident whose work is influenced by Pablo Picasso and Mexican art will have his first solo exhibition at No Crayon Left Behind's ...

Month-long 'Love Your Library' promoted at Sewickley library

The Sewickley Public Library has been a staple at the corner of Thorn and Broad streets since 1923. But library Director Carolyn Toth says many ...

Sewickley's annual Harvest Festival set for Sept. 10

Sewickley's annual Harvest Festival is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 10 on Broad Street, between Beaver and Thorn streets, and Thorn Street, ...

Group seeks to help Quaker Valley bridge diversity gap

Joyce Cherry-Jones was in her 20s when she began working in the Quaker Valley School District and remembers being the only black teacher. Cherry-Jones, now 70 ...

Parking restrictions could force distillery to leave Sewickley Hills

A Sewickley Hills distillery producing fine-crafted spirits could leave the municipality if restrictions preventing the public from being welcome inside isn't changed, the owner says. Kim ...

Glen Osborne resident bringing community theater to Ambridge

The founder of the Iron Horse Theatre Company says the name was inspired by the "iron-willed, strong" people of Ambridge, and its plays will focus ...

Picnic held to remember Sewickley child who died

The second annual Owen Galluzzo Memorial Picnic was held Sept. 5 at War Memorial Park in Sewickley. The event is held in memory of Owen Galluzzo ...

Sewickley Academy begins new school year

Thursday was the first day of class for the 2016-17 Sewickley Academy school year. Kristina Serafini is a Tribune-Review staff writer. She can be reached ...

Shields Spring in Edgeworth: A relic that could use a facelift

Just as today's travelers must stop to gas up their cars, those in an earlier era had to provide water for their horses. Along Beaver Road ...

Aleppo educating residents to be aware of scammers

Local police chiefs say their departments receive more than a dozen calls each month from residents who are or were close to being victims of ...

Cherry: Mean Streak set to become just a memory

Farewell, Mean Streak. I hardly knew ye. When Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, announced last month their meanest wooden roller coaster — appropriately named Mean Streak — ...


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