Beaver County Toys for Tots will be directed again by volunteer Linda McKenzie.
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Police were called to Sheetz in Baden on Saturday afternoon after an Ambridge couple's 6-month-old baby was found unresponsive in a car.
At about 12:30 a.m. Saturday, a home at 205 Maplewood Avenue was on fire in Ambridge.
Cheryl Shymoniak was woken up early Saturday by one of her pets to find her home on fire.
Shymoniak shared with Ambridge Connection that she is looking to rent a one to two-bedroom home or trailer that will accept pets.
Update: According to police nothing was stolen.
Police are still searching for the suspect
Police are asking for assistance to locate the male suspect that allegedly robbed Circle K in Ambridge at 6:45 p.m.
According to police the suspect showed a gun in his pocket. He then went behind the counter and took unknown amount of money.
Ambridge Police Chief James Mann shared that the suspect said "he is doing this for his 2 year old child."
If you have any information on this suspect contact Ambridge Police.
This matter is still under investigation.
Photo courtesy of Ambridge Police
The Ambridge Girls Tennis Team is keeping an eye on a possible playoff berth is they face Vincentian this afternoon while celebrating Senior Day. Go Bridgers!
Photos by Alan Freed Photography / Ambridge Connection
JoAnn Migliozzi-Hoover was first hired as the assistant principal at the high school, but that offer was rescinded.
Migloizzi- Hoover was later approved to be the principal at Highland Elementary at a salary of $71,000.
Kiara Higgins was approved for the position of interim assistant high school principal for the 2015-16 school year at the pro-rated salary of $65,000.