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Fantastic Sam's in South Fayette has new name; Indio Dojo opens in Scott

| Friday, May 25, 2018, 10:36 p.m.

Here is a look at new businesses and changes to local businesses:

• Salon Magic is the new name for the former Fantastic Sam's hair salon at 3109 Washington Pike, South Fayette (next to Bubba's Gourmet Burghers & Beer). The same stylists have remained. Hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Walk in or call 412-257-1507 for an appointment.

• Accion Labs is relocating from Upper St. Clair to a new 9,000-square-foot office space on Washington Pike in Bridgeville. The technology group, founded in 2011, specializes in working with IT organizations and technology companies.

• Wendy's, 1125 Washington Pike, Collier, has remodeled.

• Travelintrader has opened at 540 Millers Run Road, South Fayette, offering new, vintage and consignment items of all sorts. Call 412-812-5802 for details.

• Indio Dojo Martial Arts has opened at 393 Vanadium Road, Scott. A kids program includes classes in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, judo, anti-bully and self-defense classes. Adult programs are in mixed martial arts, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, kickboxing and judo. Also offered is adult MMA conditioning training focused on functional workout fitness programs as well as children's birthday parties. Call 412-706-1404 for pricing and class schedules.

• The Rev. Sara H. Irwin is the new pastor of St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 601 Washington Ave., Carnegie.

• The Rev. Dr. Colleen Molinaro is the new pastor of Carnegie Presbyterian Church, 219 Ewing Road, Carnegie.

• Bob's Barber Shop, 4 Stotz Ave., Crafton, is now open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. Walk in or call 412-928-8688 for an appointment.

• Beer Lime & Sunshine has opened at 983 Greentree Road, Green Tree (next to Einstein's Bagels). Owned by Jenna Sharma, the facility carries thousands of bottles and cans of craft beers, imports and domestics. Singles, 6-12 packs and cases are available. The distributor also is selling wine meads made with honey that are brewed by Apis Mead & Winery, Carnegie. Every Friday evening from 5 to 7 p.m., sales representatives of beer and craft brands conduct tastings of their products. Hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Call 412-458-3795 for more information.

Other new local business incorporations as reported in recent state filings include:

• Mister Home Inspector, 119 Grienbrier Drive, Carnegie (home inspection services)

• AYS Lawn and Landscaping LLC, 621 Highland Ave., Carnegie (lawn care)

• Headley's Brewing LLC, 1743 W. Railroad St., Carnegie (micro-brewery)

• Herc Services LLC/Dispute Solutions, 8 Angora Road, Carnegie (boutique consultancy)

• Carpet Care Professional, 509 7th Ave., Carnegie (carpet cleaning)

• Ladies on a Roll, 222 3rd Ave., Carnegie (pepperoni or vegetable rolls/fundraising)

• Gluten Free by Melanie Leigh, 222 3rd Ave., Carnegie (gluten free bakery items)

• Yours Confectionately, 222 3rd Ave., Carnegie (create edible designs on cookies, fudge and more for cookie tables, children's parties, as wedding favors, etc.)

• McCracken Contracting, 830 Library Ave., No. 2-C, Carnegie (residential remodeling)

• Skips Landscaping, 627 Baldwin St., Bridgeville (landscaping services)

• Smart Systems Enterprises, 810-D Bower Hill Road, Bridgeville (manufacturing)

• Attila Innovations LLC, 247 St. Clair St., Bridgeville (technology devoted to fixing short-term staffing problems of major retailers).

Charlotte Smith is a Tribune-Review contributing writer. Reach her at 724-693-9441 or

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