Archives for 2021
Video, agenda, and reports from the June 14, 2021 council meeting.
It’s about to become more expensive to park in Bridgeville. And it could be be a lot more expensive if you’re only parking for a few minutes. Beginning this month, the Bridgeville Parking Authority’s curbside kiosks will charge cash-paying customers $1 per hour—that’s the same rate that you would pay to park in Sewickley, Mt…. [Read More]
The Bridgeville Area Historical Society provides the community with many valuable services, the most popular of which may well be its monthly series of historical programs. Most of these are “one-shot” deals, a speaker with specific knowledge on a particular event or subject; others are return visits by versatile presenters whom we know will excel… [Read More]
Ed Chabala has been a major supporter of the Bridgeville Area Historical Society since its inception. I visited the History Center last week to pick up his recent donations – high school yearbooks from 1945 and 1947, a photograph of the 1941 football team, and an aerial photograph of Mayer Field in 1940. I also… [Read More]
Dr. John Aupperle recounts the life of Mother Teresa at this presentation to the Bridgeville Area Historical Society in May:
Full video of the planning commission’s May 24 meeting: