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Congratulations to the Ambridge Little Bridger Basketball in-house teams. Over the past weeks, the teams went into the playoffs, most recently holding the championship games between all of the levels.
Ambridge Connection celebrated its Virtual Grand Opening with an online ribbon cutting and live chat with 15 local government officials, non-profits and business leaders.
Before Ash Wednesday comes Fat Tuesday, better known as Pączki Day in Ambridge.
Good Samaritan Parish will carry on its annual tradition of selling pączki—homemade sugared doughnuts—from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fat Tuesday, March 5 while supplies last.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is now looking into the recent spate of unusually high consumer electric bills, after some urging from local State Rep. Rob Matzie.
Matzie, D-Ambridge, told Ambridge Connection there have been numerous complaints from consumers who feel they were overcharged for electricity.
The Baden Volunteer Fire Department is working to raise $100,000 to build a training facility that will be used by fire departments throughout Beaver County.
Funds raised will help cover the project’s first phase—the construction of a main fire training building on Tevebaugh Road in Baden.
Motorists dealing with snow and ice also have to contend with a plethora of potholes on local roads.
PennDOT plans to do pothole patching as needed, and is scheduled to work this week in several local communities.
State Rep. Rob Matzie sent a letter Monday to state Attorney General Kathleen Kane expressing his concerns for customers who
entered into variable rate contracts with competitive generation suppliers only to receive unusually high electric utility bills.