Sewickley

Quaker Valley officials to educate parents about school head lice procedure

Quaker Valley school leaders plan to educate parents about head lice early in the new school year. "We're just going to follow the same process and ...

Bike ride to highlight Sewickley Valley history

Bicyclists can learn about some of the historic houses and people of the Sewickley Valley during a tour Friday. The event, hosted by the Ohio River ...

Broad Street in Sewickley closed nightly through Thursday

Broad Street in Sewickley will close nightly at 5 p.m. through Thursday. Liberoni Construction of Plum will close Broad Street from Route 65 to Beaver Street ...

Picnic held in memory of Owen Galluzzo helps kids

Owen Galluzzo faced many medical challenges in his short life, and support from the organizations Team Impact and Beads of Courage Inc. helped him get ...

Robert Morris University upgrading Edgeworth home for president

Robert Morris University last week withdrew a zoning application in Edgeworth to construct a governor's driveway at a nearly $1.1 million home purchased for the ...

Nonprofit aims to get more people to 'Explore Sewickley'

Work last year set up Explore Sewickley to do more to help the borough's business district in the future, leaders say. With last month's release of ...

Allegheny Land Trust receives reaccreditation status

While looking to close deals on two parcels totalling about 45 acres in and near the Sewickley Valley, the non-profit Allegheny Land Trust is celebrating ...

Leetsdale officials consider contracting out trash collection

Leetsdale Council formed a committee this month to compare costs between doing in-house garbage pick up and contracting out the service. The committee was formed but ...

Sewickley working to cleanup Aleppo storage area it owns

Sewickley is working to clean up a tract of land the borough owns in Aleppo after township commissioners questioned whether the borough was dumping items ...

No more Rio games leaves Olympics-size hangover

If there was a sporting competition for most hours of an Olympics watched, I might take the gold. TV sports anchors might call me the Katie ...

Quaker Valley students head back to class

Summer is over for many kids. Quaker Valley students in kindergarten through ninth grade returned to the classroom Aug. 24 for the first day of school. The ...

Quaker Valley leader says class sizes balanced as first day nears

Enrollment figures at Quaker Valley's two elementary schools are balanced as school is set to begin on Aug. 24, the district's assistant superintendent said. Last year, ...

Updated Edgeworth website adds borough history; gets a new look

Edgeworth's borough website is being modernized, while also becoming a repository for more borough history. Borough manager John Schwend said the goals of the effort to ...

Fix approved to keep raw sewage out of Sewickley basements

Repairs soon should be completed to a storm system main line that, after clogging, has caused raw sewage to flood some Sewickley basements, borough leaders ...

Sewickley postpones financial software system purchase

Sewickley won't be upgrading a financial software system this year. Council members last week voted 5-4 against spending $43,000 to upgrade the borough's system. Mayor Brian ...

Sewickley's new parking machines set to operate in early October

People parking in Sewickley will begin using new pay stations starting in early October, with mock stations available for demonstration in September, the chairman of ...

Animal Friends hosts yoga with kittens

Nameowste, perhaps? Animal Friends hosted a kitten yoga event Aug. 12 which featured kittens roaming as people participated in a yoga session led by Marguerite White ...

Annual Buddy Matthews event in Leetsdale raises money for children with autism

Motorcycles, classic cars, hot rods and non-riders participated in the annual Buddy Matthews Memorial Ride and Benefit held Aug. 13 at the Leetsdale Veterans of ...

Retired Sewickley Valley mail carrier making new kind of delivery

Before retiring about five years ago, Jimmy Maslanka delivered mail in the Sewickley Valley for 32 years. This summer, he again is making deliveries in the ...

Leetsdale bridge plans still unclear

Leetsdale doesn't yet have a bridge to nowhere, and what happens with the now-dormant Leet Street Bridge remains to be seen. The small bridge over Route ...


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