The Lenten season is almost here, and that means that fish fry season is almost here. This year, the Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Department will host fish fries on the following Fridays: Feb. 20, March 6, March 20, and April 3. The kitchen is open from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. for eat-in and take-out orders…. [Read More]
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For the next two months, federal workers will be conducting a controlled deer hunt in the wooded area between Missouri Avenue and McLaughlin Run Road in Upper St. Clair Township. Earlier today on Facebook, Bridgeville police reminded borough residents that the hunt will take place two nights per week, Mondays through Thursdays, and that the U.S…. [Read More]
Bridgeville Police didn’t have to go far to find the woman who allegedly stole a $26 cell phone cord from Rite-Aid. She was still in the parking lot when police arrived. She was also carrying containers of urine, commonly sold to drug users facing court or employer drug tests. The woman was charged with retail… [Read More]
Bridgeville’s military banner program doesn’t just honor residents who served in America’s wars over the years — it’s also generating money to help veterans wounded in those conflicts. The Bridgeville Parking Authority, which runs the banner program, recently donated $900 in banner proceeds to Western Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, a nonprofit group based in Eighty-Four, Pennsylvania. The… [Read More]
Admit it — you already messed up once when you neglected forgot to put money into the parking meter. Or maybe you just didn’t put in enough money. Either way, don’t compound the mistake by forgetting to pay your parking ticket — especially now that it’s easier than ever to pay for your parking transgressions…. [Read More]
The Bridgeville Police Department launched a Facebook page on Monday. The department’s social media presence will offer crime alerts, traffic updates, and other information related to police business in the borough. Follow the department’s page here.
Don’t feel bad if you didn’t know that there are about to be a few openings on Bridgeville’s planning commission, parking authority, and zoning board. How would you know? The borough wasn’t advertising the openings, at least not the ones where the person currently serving planned to seek reappointment. Councilman Neil Lyons is not happy… [Read More]
With only a half-dozen living remaining members, the Bridgeville brand of the Steelworkers Organization of Active Retirees (SOAR) is about to disband. The group’s next meeting will be its last, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. As a final act of goodwill, the group donated to the Bridgeville Public Library the money that would have gone to… [Read More]
A Scott Township man faces simple assault and harassment charges stemming from an incident that took place at a Bridgeville residence last week. The 37-year-old was arrested at his Scott Township home on Saturday night in connection with an alleged assault that took place four days earlier at a Main Street residence in Bridgeville.
We finally have an Aldi store in the Bridgeville area (yes, it’s in South Fayette, but close enough). Judging by the traffic pouring out of the store’s parking lot, people are excited. Usually, when we think of German imports, we think of luxury — BMW cars, Hugo Boss clothing, A. Lange & Söhne watches. Aldi is… [Read More]