New stores, other changes for the local area |

New stores, other changes for the local area

Suntanzz opened late last month at 420 Main St., Carnegie, offering inferno bronzing bulb tanning beds and affordable packages with no membership fees. It is open 3 to 6 p.m. Monday; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Call 412-249-8756 for an appointment.

Further up the street Island Spice Caribbean Restaurant opened at 1160 Washington Ave., Carnegie (by Aldi’s in the former Little Caesar’s space). With only a few tables, it is mostly a take-out facility.

Within the same plaza, Quest Diagnostics moved out and to the space across the street at 1061 Washington Ave., Carnegie (next to Dollar Tree). Call 412-429-1307 for an appointment.

T&T Nails, 1100 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, is under new management. Call 412-319-7596 for an appointment.

Resolutions Counseling & Behavioral Health Services has opened at 850 Boyce Rd., Suite 9, Bridgeville. Visit online at for more information or call 412-254-8155 for an appointment.

DeBlaze Grill, an Italian steakhouse featuring appetizers, pastas, steaks and more, has opened in the former Mac &Toz space, 500 Washington Ave., Bridgeville. Its hours are 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday; and 11:30 a.m. to midnight Friday through Saturday. Call 412-319-7475 for information.

Hennecke, Inc., the world’s top polyurethane processing machinery maker, has opened its North American headquarters in the new Alpine Point development, off I-79 in South Fayette Township. It previously was located in Cecil Township.

Green Tree Public Library recently launched a kitchen tool lending library, with items such as holiday cookie cutters, vegetable slicers, Belgian waffle maker, and a Cuisinart two-speed hand blender. The library also lends out umbrellas and Wi-Fi hot spots.

The American Legion, the nation’s largest wartime veteran’s service organization, was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Indianapolis. This area is blessed to have several chapters which are looking for new members to help with their numerous community activities. Call any of these groups for more information: Green Tree Post 823, 412-429-1792; Scott Township Memorial Post 290, 412-221-5189; Frank R. Kirk Post 145, Crafton, 412-921-9307; Post 54, Bridgeville, 412-221-2922; and D. Paulson Foster Post 82, Carnegie,(412-278-0716. The Carnegie post is also celebrating its 100thanniversary and is planning a dinner, tentatively scheduled for Sept. 14.

Chinmaya Mission Pittsburgh will hold its 26thannual Chinmaya Mahasamadhi Camp July 29 through Aug. 4 this year at the Double Tree by Hilton in Green Tree. To register or to obtain more information and a schedule of events, visit

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