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Summer heats up with new stores, new names, more

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Rosewood of the South Hills is the new owner and name of the former Washington Commons, 528 Dewey Ave., Bridgeville. Providing “elegant personal care at affordable prices,” the renovated facility offers senior living in private and semi-private furnished and unfurnished suites with onsite services of social events, recreation and therapeutic help. Call 412-257-1137 to schedule a tour.

GNC, Great Southern Shopping Center, Bridgeville has reopened after undergoing a major renovation to the vitamin and supplement wellness store.

Salon Magic, formerly at 3109 Washington Pike, South Fayette, has relocated to 1597 Washington Pike, Collier Town Square, Bridgeville (in the former MoZaic location). Call 412-257-1507 for appointments at the full service hair salon or walk in.

Mattress Warehouse has opened on the former BP Gas Station lot, 3010 Washington Pike, South Fayette (across from the GetGo). Besides numerous styles and brands of mattresses, the 4,920-square-foot store also sells sleep accessories, pillows, protectors and sheet sets. It is open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday; 10 a.m.to 8 p.m. Saturday; and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Visit www.sleephappens.com for more information.

Broadmoor Senior Living at Lakemont Farms is under new ownership with a new name: Elmcroft. Located at 3275 Washington Pike, South Fayette, the renovated facility offers independent and assisted living. Call 412-221-0202 for additional information.

Carrie Lowery, new Youth Services Specialist at the South Fayette Township Library, has begun a new weekly Sensory Storytime for toddlers who are on the autism spectrum or who have special needs. Held at 11 a.m. Thursdays, children ages 2 to 5 participate in songs, stories and sensory activities that support physical, mental and emotional well-being.

First Commonwealth Bank, 339 Mansfield Ave., Green Tree, has reopened after completely rebuilding the entire location which had been destroyed by a fire in 2018. It now offers drive-thru services.

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

• Always About Painting and More, 415 Noblestown Rd., Carnegie (painting and Pressure washing services)

• TJM Design LLC, 139 Maryland Dr., Carnegie (architect design services)

• Eco-Touch LLC, 730 Greentree Rd., Green Tree (auto detailing).

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