Harmony Township Commissioners have narrowed down a pool of applicants in the search for a new township manager.
Ambridge Connection and the CCBC Titans were recently invited as guest speakers at the Beaver County Head Start in Ambridge.
Connect by HANGING OUT with us on a Live Broadcast over the Internet Wednesday, Feb. 26 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
We encourage you to chat with us and our guests from all 5 communities. You can join us via YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and on our Google Hangout!
Special Guests ( list is still building)
State Rep. Rob Matzie
Economy Mayor Dave Poling
Baden Fire Chief & Councilman Dave Trzcianka
John Pournaras Agency, Accounting Services
Ambridge High School Principal Barry King
Ambridge Borough Manager Whitney Brady
Glen Angus, president of Harmony Commissioners
Walt Sickles, Ambridge Rotary & District Governor Rotary 7300
Rich Benchoff, Radon Detector and Control
Stephen and Rene, Blue Canary Coffeehouse
David Strano , Ambridge Do It Best Mary C. DeMars, Old Economy Village, Marketing and Development Associate
Supporting Companies with Giveaways ! ( list is still building)
Original Pizza House "Police Station Pizza"
Roll With It
D&T Barber Styling
Laughlin Memorial Library
The Stuffed Pepper
Blue Canary Coffeehouse
River Valley Tang Soo Do Academy
DeWalt's Health Food Centre
Ambridge Italian Villa
Ambridge Author Alicia Stankay
Ambridge Vocelli Pizza
Baden Council accepted the resignation of Councilman Kevin Mutschler during its regular meeting on Wednesday.
Mutschler served on council since 2000, spending a total of 14 years on the board. He received his 12-year service award two years ago.
Ambridge area Girl Scouts are preparing to deliver thousands of cookie boxes all beginning Thursday, Feb. 20.
In addition to delivering pre-ordered cookies, local Girl Scouts will be
Two familiar faces will be walking the halls of Ambridge Area schools, but in different roles.
The school board Wednesday appointed Janice Zupsic as the interim high school principal.
Tony Amadio was appointed as interim principal at the junior high.
Should the Ambridge Area School District spend money on programs and maintenance or on real estate and capital improvements?
That’s one of the questions school officials put to residents at Wednesday night’s board meeting, as the district explores the possibility of closing and selling off the junior high building—the district's oldest facility, which is in need of at least $5 million in renovations.
Six cars were damaged in Ambridge Wednesday after one driver lost control of her car in the business district, police said.