New hires, new businesses open in area |

New hires, new businesses open in area


Cheryl Glowark is the new assistant to the Bridgeville Borough manager. Ray Costain is the new chief of Bridgeville’s volunteer fire department.

Andrew Blenko, P.E., is the new director of engineering and planning for South Fayette Township.

Joe Farren is the new Youth and Young Adult Minister of Grouping 210 — Sts. Simon & Jude, Scott Township; St. Margaret, Green Tree; St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Carnegie.

The Canine Club, 548 Baldwin St., Bridgeville, has reopened after extensive renovations to address past flooding issues. The facility has been remodeled and features more private “lodge” suites, more outside play area, new flooring in the indoor play yard, and large indoor viewing windows. Their second location, Mutt Manor, is at 455 Route 30 in Imperial. The Canine Club offers doggie daycare, boarding, grooming and training and “canine curbside” express dropoff and pickup for those in a hurry. Call 412-496-2768 for further information.

Funny Little Birdie has opened at 1451 Collier Ave., Heidelberg, offering an eclectic mix of upcycled décor and handmade creations, along with DIY workshops on making various types of craft projects. Call 412-414-4151 for more information and a schedule of upcoming workshops.

The Better Business Bureau has opened at 520 E. Main St., Suite 100, Carnegie. Visit or call 877-267-5222 to file complaints, check business accreditation, schedule speakers, or report scams.

Pennsylvania American Water has moved into a 90,000 square-foot office at 500 Noblestown Road, Carnegie.

Material Movement Boutique opened at 540 Millers Run Road, South Fayette, selling women’s clothing, accessories, and home décor. Call 412-564-5557 for hours and more details.

Extra Space Storage has opened at 111 Hickory Grade Road, South Fayette. Call 412-593-6660 to discuss monthly rent and sizes of available units.

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