Archives for April 2021
Bridgeville Area Historical Society: Day by Day with the 123rd PA Volunteers, Major Allegheny Regiment Fights During the Civil War
Author Chris George spoke to the Bridgeville Area Historical Society on April 27, 2021 about the experiences of the 123rd Pennsylvania volunteer regiment during the Civil War.
Bridgeville Planning Commission: April 26, 2021
Full video of the planning commission’s April 26 meeting.
Oyler: Spring Is A Little Late This Year
It is always a treat to watch Spring arrive in our woods. Somehow the combination of Pandemic exhaustion and my recent illness has made it even more special than usual… [Read More]
Pizza Shop Owners Save Man From Burning House, Get Day In Their Honor
The owners of Country Style Pizza had a day named in their honor last week after they rescued a Bridgeville resident from a burning house. April 13 was “Stephen Hines… [Read More]
Oyler: Early 1800s Barn Re-Raising Continues at Woodville
I continue to be thrilled by the construction of a new barn at Woodville, part of Neville House Associates’ ambitious project to create “the Woodville Experience” by complementing the Neville… [Read More]
Oyler: Women in WWII Recap
The Bridgeville Area Historical Society celebrated Women’s History Month by welcoming back one of their favorite speakers, Dr. Todd DePastino, and an excellent presentation entitled “Women in World War II”…. [Read More]
Bridgeville movie theater sets April date to open doors (WTAE)
BVHS: The Women of World War II
The Bridgeville Area Historical Society welcomed author Todd DePastino last week, as he discussed that roles that women played in America’s World War II effort. See the full video above.
In New Profile, Police Chief Chad King Discusses Facebook, Law Enforcement, and Finding Love in Bridgeville
Bridgeville police chief Chad King was profiled in TribLive.com’s Neighbor Spotlight column last week. In the article, King’s discusses his previous career in carpentry, the importance of communication—in policework and… [Read More]