As beautiful skies fell upon Moe Rubenstein Stadium, the girls’ varsity soccer team was about to enter what would end up being their most physical battle of the year.
Ambridge Borough Park and Recreation held the inaugural Fall Festival in 2014. In 2015 Ambridge Chamber of Commerce held the last Nationality Days in Harmony Township.
The Ambridge Borough and the Ambridge Regional Chamber of Commerce are co-sponsoring a local community event, the Ambridge Fall Festival of the Churches.
"The Mobile Street Crime Unit was created to bring law enforcement officers together to impact communities where the heroin epidemic and drug trafficking have taken hold," said Attorney General Bruce R. Beemer, who addressed the media this morning at the Beaver County Courthouse.
ODBQ, also known as Odell Barbecue, opened Monday at 2316 Duss Ave. in Ambridge.
Owner James Odell said he chose Ambridge because the area seems to be coming back.
Ambridge Soccer Boosters hosted the "Labor Day Kickoff Classic". Numerous teams and thousands of fans from the surrounding area traveled to Moe Rubenstein Stadium to participate in the two day soccer tournament.
Ambridge boys soccer kicked off the tournament with a 2-1 victory over Slippery Rock, goals scored by Kyle Harriett and Matt Hooks. In their second game, they took on rival Central Valley with another 2-1 win. Goals were scored by Ameer Caprini and Christian Fisher. The girls played a skilled Beaver team but good ball movement and a strong attack led to a 2-0 win. There second game was a 5-0 victory over Bishop Wuerl North Catholic.
Congratulations to Coach Lewis, Coach Helsel, all the players and parents for hosting such a great event in our community.