An Ambridge woman who was reported missing on Friday has been located.
Police said Beester Rains was found in Beaver Falls.
She was reported earlier to be walking from Ambridge towards Allegheny County.
The boards of directors at the Ambridge and Baden public libraries are seeking to fill head librarian positions.
Former Laughlin Memorial Library director Emilee Waldo resigned in May from her position in Ambridge after about seven months.
The Ambridge board of directors is currently taking applications to fill the head role as the library gears up to mark its 85th anniversary next month.
The Ambridge Area School Board approved a final budget Wednesday night with no tax increase for the 2014-15 school year—the first time taxes haven’t been raised since 2007.
The board approved the $41,794,796 spending plan after essentially deciding not to restructure principal and secretary positions, which added $200,400 in additional expenses to the final budget.
Ock Soon Lee's amazing story of survival during the Korean War should be told.
Lee (Pega Crimbchin), who turned 81 last week, grew up in Korea, was captured by Communists, released and walked 100 miles in the snow from Seoul to Daejeon, South Korea to escape war and Communism.
Robert Nelson estimated about 10 people would come out to a presentation regarding Ambridge's business district, but was "pleasantly surprised" with the more-than-expected turnout.
A new yoga studio is set to open Monday in Ambridge.
Patrice Shearer, owner of Yoga Edge, said the studio at 941 Merchant St., will start out with a few classes a week and slowly grow from there.
Renewable energy will be on full display in Beaver County come Saturday, June 28, when the Clean and Green Energy Fair debuts in Ambridge.