After nearly 100 years, St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church will be saying goodbye to Bridgeville. This spring, the parish plans to move into a new church building at 3230 Washington… [Read More]
Construction: Part of Washington Ave Will Be Reduced To 1 Lane In The Evenings
Expect delays if you’re driving on Washington Avenue after 6 p.m. during the next few weeks. Starting Monday, September 28, a repaving project will reduce parts of the avenue to… [Read More]
Will the Southern Beltway Help Bridgeville’s Traffic Problem?
The Southern Beltway’s Cecil-South Fayette connector won’t open to traffic until at least 2019. But local governments are already looking forward to any traffic relief that the new toll road might… [Read More]
Coming Soon Along Route 50: A Hotel, Office Space, Retail Space…
A developer plans to build a hotel, an office building, and retail space at the site of the former Star City Cinemas along Route 50 in South Fayette. Earlier this… [Read More]
Council Passes Resolution 2015-07 Regarding Disposition of Public Records in Compliance With the Municipal Records Manual Approved July 16, 1993 In Accordance With Act 428 Of 1968
In other words, Bridgeville is just following state guidelines for preserving public records “of permanent value” and destroying old, non-essential records.
Councilmen: Bridgeville Is Spending A Lot Of Money On Outside Contractors
Bridgeville must limit its spending on outside contractors, two councilmen said on Monday. In separate reports to council, Nino Petrocelli, Sr. and William Colussy each said that Bridgeville should find… [Read More]
Have You Noticed That It’s Suddenly More Expensive To Park In Bridgeville?
Have you noticed that it costs more to feed the parking meters in Bridgeville’s lots lately? The price-per-hour increased from 25 cents to 75 cents—payable in quarters only—earlier this month…. [Read More]
Bridgeville Borough Council – Sept. 14, 2015
Bridgeville Borough Council’s September meeting was short and sparsely attended, by recent council standards, but it was eventful. Issues discussed included: Why it suddenly costs 300% more to park in… [Read More]
There’s No Reason to Leave Bridgeville This Weekend
For a 1.1-square-mile town of just 5,100 people, Bridgeville has a lot going on this fall — a food festival, historical lectures, a country concert, and more. Take this weekend, for… [Read More]
Bridgeville Cop Helps Kids Kickstart Clothing Drive
Three Bridgeville kids operating a lemonade stand/clothing drive got a surprise visit from the police last week — and it was pretty much the coolest thing ever. While on patrol,… [Read More]
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