The restaurant will serve a final buffet dinner on Saturday, May 3.
Locals will soon have one less option for dining out in Ambridge.
The owners of The Stuffed Pepper have announced plans to close the doors after five years.
Two Ambridge Area High School juniors will compete for the title in the 52nd annual Outstanding Young Woman scholarship program.
Twenty juniors in Beaver County are participating in the program at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Beaver Area High School.
The second annual Big Dog 5K walk and run is Saturday at Old Economy Park.
Residents are advised to remove valuables and lock their vehicle doors.
Local police are warning residents to lock their car doors after a rash of recent vehicle break-ins.
In Harmony Township, police said someone rifled through four vehicles, two in the 800 block of Ridge Road and two on Laurel Alley and Stephens Street, making off with electronics and other items.
Residents can drop off unused prescription drugs for proper disposal.
Residents can drop off old and unused prescription drugs on Saturday at several nearby locations, no questions asked.
The Beaver County District Attorney's office and several nearby police departments are taking part in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's "Drug Take-Back Day."
Tax credits are available to restore and transform structures into income-producing properties.
State Rep. Rob Matzie is encouraging eligible people and businesses to apply for a new program that offers tax credits to restore historic structures and transform them into income-producing properties.
Fifteen residents from various backgrounds and communities within the Ambridge Area School District were recently appointed to serve on a citizen's advisory board.
Good Friday, Blessing of the Baskets, Easter egg hunts. Here are some scenes from recent Easter events in the area.
New Hope Community Church
One of the suspects is also charged with assaulting the homeowner.