Tuesday’s primary election won’t impact Bridgeville Borough Council. With four candidates from each party vying for four open seats, those races will be decided in this fall’s general election. In the race for Chartiers Valley School Board, however, where candidates can cross-register, Tuesday will be a make-or-break day for some of the eight candidates vying… [Read More]
Aiming to balance in-person meetings with ongoing social distancing guidelines, borough council held its past two meetings in the spacious Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Department’s spacious Chartiers Room. But at the same time, there’s been plenty of action in council’s usual meeting space. Last month, the municipal building developed a roof leak that poured water directly… [Read More]
Council meeting video, agenda, and reports
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.
Full video of the planning commission’s April 26 meeting.
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 and Zack Adams Day” — celebrating the stepfather and stepson hero duo. On March 20, they were renovating their pizza shop at the corner of… [Read More]
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.
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 life—and, of course, the Bridgeville police department’s wildly popular Facebook page, which has four time more followers than Bridgeville has residents. “We’ve had people in… [Read More]