Sewickley

Marker honoring former Wilson family setter Count Noble placed in Glen Osborne

A crowd, including several generations of Wilson descendants, gathered Saturday in Glen Osborne for the long-awaited unveiling of a marker honoring Count Noble, a setter ...

Symphony fundraiser to bring music to Sewickley

When Cheryl Redmond of Sewickley was at a Pittsburgh Symphony North meeting, some of her friends said they wanted to visit her. "We want to come ...

Glen Osborne, Aleppo officials consider chicken laws

Aleppo Commissioners have deferred taking any action on a potential chicken ordinance until further need for a law is demonstrated. Commissioners at a July 11 workshop ...

Stop sign added to Aleppo road

After hearing of several near-miss vehicle crashes, Aleppo Commissioners approved the placement of a stop sign on Veshio Drive at Weber Road. Township Manager Gwen Patterson ...

Sewickley Council votes to fix clogged pipe causing flooding along Maple Lane, McDonald Street

Sewickley Council will take emergency action to repair a clogged forced main that has caused flooding in residential basements, particularly during heavy rains, the borough ...

Sewickley movie theater project moves forward; mid-January opening expected

At least six months from now, Carolina Pais-Barreto Beyers envisions a current construction site to be an entertainment destination for the Sewickley area. But before the ...

Howard Hanna settles into new digs at longtime Sewickley location

After lightning burned their office a little more than two years ago, more than 30 Howard Hanna real estate agents have settled back into new ...

Sewickley parking rates set to rise

Park in Sewickley? It soon will cost you more. Sewickley Parking Authority members last week approved a rate increase that doubles the costs for parking and ...

Potential farm in Leet raises questions from nearby residents

A three-hour public hearing Monday night to consider a variance for a farm in Leet Township that would include cows, chickens, vegetable crops, orchards, bees, ...

Edgeworth retail plan can move forward

An Edgeworth real estate developer and neighboring property owner reached a compromise in Allegheny County Common Pleas Court that will allow the Edgeworth Square Shoppes ...

Developer eyes condo complex for Sewickley business district

If a Pittsburgh developer gets its wish, a condominium complex could be coming to Sewickley's business district. Two four-story buildings — 16,500 square feet and 14,100 ...

Leetsdale hosts annual carnival, fireworks

It wouldn't be the Fourth of July without Leetsdale's annual parade, carnival and fireworks. Take a look at the Sewickley Herald's photo gallery and view a ...

Street signs help showcase Sewickley's 3 historic districts

Sewickley has three historic districts. But up until the last two months, residents and passersby might not have known that. New street signs are aimed at depicting ...

Dismantled Leet treehouse gets new life

A Leet treehouse has risen again. Six months after being dismantled in the front yard of the Truchan family's Kenney Drive home, Elise Truchan and her ...

Historic preservation takes focus in Edgeworth

If the Sewickley Valley Historical Society gets its wish, Edgeworth Borough one day could be part of historic preservation. Members of the Sewickley-based historical society are ...

Events planned around Sewickley Valley to celebrate Fourth of July

Fireworks displays and other events are planned to celebrate the Fourth of July around the Sewickley Valley. To see events across Western Pennsylvania, click here. ...

Quaker Valley taxes going up with new budget

Quaker Valley property owners will see an increase in taxes as part of the district's $47.5 million budget for 2016-17. The increase — approved last week ...

Edgeworth, Sewickley leaders working on rules regarding tree management

Borough officials in two Sewickley Valley communities with recently revised tree ordinances say trees are important community assets that must be managed properly. Since last year, ...

Leetsdale splash pad off during hot weather earlier in week

As the temperature soared into the low 80s Friday, two of Jill Waffensmith's three children played in the colorful sprinklers and jets at the Leetsdale ...

Longtime Sewickley church pastor to retire after Sunday services

At 66, the Rev. Thomas Moog and his wife Carmen will get a chance to settle into the first home the couple bought just eight ...


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