According to Harmony Township police, over the past three nights several vehicles have been entered and items taken.
Owners reported that the cars were unlocked and personal items and money were taken.
The areas include the Stephen Street, Manning Street and Sunset Avenue neighborhoods in the township.
Police would like to remind car owners to lock their vehicles.
The Tick Tock Bar and Cafe is renovated, reopened and ready to serve the area.
Jake Bajek, partners with owner Mark Pazzanita, said the business has been a legendary bar and deli in the heart of Ambridge since 1950, when it was first called the Bridge Cafe.
Old Economy Village will host River City Brass at 6 p.m. this Friday, Aug. 22, with a concert in the gardens.
Ambridge Connection co-founder Felicia Mycyk is featured in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review this week as a "Newsmaker." The special section in the newspaper spotlights the accomplishments of noteworthy residents throughout the region.
By Nancy Knisley
The above photo is not of a Halloween parade, despite the kids in costumes.
Back when Ambridge had a summer playground program, it would hold a parade featuring the kids who had participated. This is more evidence that Ambridge once used any possible excuse to have a parade.
Looking for a job? Here are five positions we found this week in the Ambridge area.
1. Welders, Fitters and Laborers - SBC Building Systems, Ambridge
Welders, fitters and laborers are needed, all shifts. Stop in and apply in person at 360 14th St., Ambridge or email a resume to email@example.com. Must pass a criminal background and drug test.