Bridgeville’s police and public works employees will receive identical wage increases for each of the next three years. The new Bridgeville police contract, which was finalized in November, gives full-time… [Read More]
Archives for 2018
When Rag Top Bar and Grille was destroyed by a fire in 2005, the bar’s owner vowed that his business would return. John Clawson moved closer to making that happen… [Read More]
For a good portion of the 20th century, the most powerful man in New York City wasn’t the mayor or the police chief or some Manhattan millionaire. Rather, it was… [Read More]
December’s Bridgeville Borough Council meeting had a surprisingly festive start when a group of Christmas carolers from New Life Fellowship Church dropped in shortly before roll call on Dec. 10.
For the past few weeks, the Bridgeville Police Department’s Facebook page looked like maybe it was hacked by the Russians and turned into a livestream of Moscow dashboard camera videos…. [Read More]
Bridgeville Borough last week unanimously approved a 2019 budget with no real estate tax increase. Holding line on taxes is particularly notable considering the June flood that drained the borough… [Read More]
ROLL CALL VISITORS, PLEASE STATE NAMES AND ADDRESSES MINUTES A motion of the Borough Council regarding the minutes of the November 12, 2018 regular meeting as submitted. A motion of… [Read More]
This year’s Winter Blast featured Santa Claus, a bonfire, an ice-carver, and plenty of hot beverages. But as usual, the real attraction was Bridgeville’s small-town charm, which seems to… [Read More]
Despite the financial toll incurred by this summer’s flooding, Bridgeville Borough will not raise property taxes in 2019, according to a proposed budget [PDF] now available for public review.
Pittsburgh used to be famous for its air pollution, and as of this year, the area still has some of the lowest-quality air in the United States. But few… [Read More]