Last year, the Bridgeville Historical Society suffered a financial loss when a painting project cost $1,700 more than anticipated. Now, the Society has set up a capital repair fund to maintain its headquarters at 441 Station St. The goal is to raise $100 each month. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: [Society President Mary] Weise estimates the… [Read More]
More than four months ago, Bridgeville police launched an investigation into a marijuana-dealing operation that was impacting the borough. As a result, a Scott Township man faces multiple drug-related charges. Authorities arrested Adam Higgs, 22, at his Scott Township residence on Jan. 4. He is charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent… [Read More]
A few local girls got a big holiday surprise when Ellen DeGeneres video-chatted with them live during her show. The girls thought they were going to Skype with an “Ellen” producer. When the saw that it was Ellen herself talking to them, the girls completely lost their minds. And they got a few gifts, too!
The Bridgeville Area Historical Society just released its 2015 membership application. For just $10 per year ($15 for families), members receive a newsletter subscription, opportunities to meet historians, early notice of upcoming lectures, and invitations to special events. Sponsorship opportunities are available for businesses. You can download an application form here.
Scammers posing as utility workers and government officials have been targeting the region, says Bridgeville police chief Chad King. Typically, the vicitm gets a phone call from someone claiming to be from West Penn Power, or the IRS, or some other organization. The caller says that the victim owes money and threatens legal action if… [Read More]
The Friends of the Library Used Book Store needs to find a new location. Ideally, rent would be minimal. The store is run entirely by volunteers, and all proceeds go to the Bridgeville Public Library. The Friends of the Library has put its ‘Bag of Books’ sale on hold until it can find… [Read More]
The Bridgeville Athletic Association is looking for the generosity of local companies to sponsor boys and girls baseball and softball teams for the 2015 season. Your help is greatly needed. All of our benefactors receive a subscription of our newsletter “Play Ball” to keep you informed of our activities. In addition to the acknowledgement in… [Read More]
Cars not in running condition and/or without a valid registration or inspection are not permitted on private/residential property for more than 30 days as per Borough Ordinance #649. If the vehicle is on public property or a highway the violation falls under the state vehicle code section 3712. If you have questions, contact the borough… [Read More]
Beginning January 1, 2014 Jordan Tax Service is now billing “Sewage Charges” for the Borough of Bridgeville. Please contact JTS at 412 835-5243 Option 4 with any questions. Previous balances due prior to this billing should be paid to the Bridgeville Borough. Please contact Sheryl at the Borough Office 412-221-6012 ext. 10 should you have… [Read More]
Bridgeville Borough is proud to honor our men and women who are or have served this country through our military banner program. Tthe program salutes our brave men and women who serve, or have served, in the military by displaying 24 x 18″ military banners to be exhibited for years to come in the community and home… [Read More]