Ambridge police have charged a borough man who is accused of committing an armed robbery at the Ride Aid Pharmacy Saturday night.
Sen. Elder Vogel Jr., has teamed up with the Beaver County Office on Aging to invite all area seniors 55 and over to attend an upcoming “Healthy Steps” program.
The “Healthy Steps” program will take place at 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 pm on Friday, May 1 at the Circle of Friends in Baden.
Looking for a job? Here are five positions we found this week in the Ambridge area.
1. Assistant Store Manager - Advance Auto Parts, Ambridge
Full-time position with duties that include managing the DIY services including battery installation, testing, and wiper installs; ensuring high standards of customer service including prompt handling of any complaints. Learn more.
By Felicia Mycyk
Steel City Landscaping will be closing on Duss Avenue Cafe in the coming weeks, according to one of the owners.
By Nancy Knisley
The photo above is how I remember Stangl's Bakery when I was growing up. And when I think of that Stangl's, which stood at the corner of Wagner and Merchant Streets for over 80 years, I immediately remember the donuts--plump, delicious, raised donuts covered with fine granulated sugar.
Sean Miller built the free library with support from the Ambridge Rotary Club.
An Ambridge High School Senior project will be on display at the 911 Center in Ambridge.
Happy Arbor Day! Planting a tree is a great way to celebrate Arbor Day. There are many benefits of well cared for trees. Trees bring people
Written by: Debby Campalong
Ambridge Baseball, along with their families, recognize their seniors today, April 18, 2015. The celebration kicked off with the players from the Jr. High and Junior Varsity baseball teams standing in recognition of the