By Felicia Mycyk
She had a vision. Now Christy Wagner-Ibrahim has a building and is moving forward with her decision to start a business on Merchant Street in Ambridge.
Her business will not open for a few months, but Wagner-Ibrahim plans to bring some Egyptian culture to the area.
Items she plans on having in the store include Egyptian furniture, woodwork, mother of pearl items, and art work.
Pittsburgh Catholic Bishop David Zubik is returning to Beaver County.
Zubik, an Ambridge native, plans to celebrate his first Mass at the Beaver County Jail at 7 p.m. on Sept. 3.
Select spots in the Northern Light shopping center parking lot are now paved. According to one of the workers, they have completed the job.
By Nancy Knisley
In the early 1900s, George Hacker, who advertised that he was the "First Tailor in Ambridge," had a shop at 291 Fourteenth Street, the block between Church and Merchant Streets. His shop window also says "merchant," but I don't know what he sold. I also do not know who the two people are in the photo, as any caption or article which might have identified them wasn't included with the above old Daily Citizen newspaper clipping.
Looking for a job? Here are five positions we found this week in the Ambridge area.
1. Teller - Huntington Bank, Ambridge
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PennDOT plans the following road maintenance Monday, July 21 through Friday, July 25: