Assistant Fire Chief Ron Gottschalk gives Ambridge Connection an update on the fire at First Presbyterian Church in Ambridge.
Fourteen local fire companies will receive more than $180,000 combined in state grants, according to State Rep. Rob Matzie.
The money comes from the Fire Company and Volunteer Ambulance Service Grant Program funded by state gaming revenue.
The Ohio River Trail Council is set to launch the second phase of the Ohio River Trail Project study, which involves designing a 15-mile bike trail through several communities that include Ambridge.
A kick-off meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24 in the Old Economy Village Visitor Center, 270 16th St, Ambridge.
By Nancy Knisley
This is another newspaper clipping saved by the late Louis Vukovcan and shown here thanks to his daughter-in-law, Jackie Vukovcan and Maria Notarianni who scanned it for me. Louis Vukovcan indicated that the ad came from a Daily Times supplement, August 10, 1929; however, I have not found a copy of the supplement to confirm that date.
For the fifth year in a row, the Baden Volunteer Fire Department held its annual Tool Bash fundraiser over the weekend.
Chief David Trzcianka and Lieutenant Timothy Firich organized this year's sold out event.