Several spooktacular events are taking place tonight for Halloween.
This past Tuesday Ambridge High School Interact Club held a free Halloween event for the entire community.
Youth in sixth grade and lower were invited to Ambridge Area High School to participate in games and win prizes in the gymnasium.
Halloween brings a lot of fun but it also brings a few safety concerns. This year official trick-or-treating hours are from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Public safety is on the mind of most of our readers because of the suspect who shot a patrolman early Wednesday in Harmony Township has not been apprehended.
"Public safety is the top priority of the Economy Police Department. As always we will have adequate police presence on patrol in every
Officer Alan Loskoch was seen at the Beaver County Emergency Service building. Ambridge Connection asked him how he was feeling and he said " sore".
A three year old child was air lifted by STAT MedEvac in Baden around 4:40 p.m.
According to the family on scene the child fell. No other information was given .
Photo by Felicia Mycyk/Ambridge Connection
Last update 5:50 p.m.
Harmony Township police are searching for a suspect who shot a patrolman early Wednesday in the township.
Submitted by Harmony Township Manager
An act of kindness originally started by former Township Commissioners has transitioned into an Angus family tradition. For the past 8 years, Project Holiday Dreams has fed and clothed families and given gifts to kids. This year’s goal is 50 families and 100 gifts.
All donations can be dropped off at the Township Building or mailed c/o Project Holiday Dreams, 1053 Norwood Drive, Ambridge, PA 15003
Written by Borough of Ambridge
Starting Monday, October 26th through early December, curbside collection of leaves is to take place following the posted street sweeping route here in Ambridge. Collection days will coincide with the day your street would typically be swept, with the exception of streets that are not posted. Residents are reminded to please pile the leaves in neat piles along the curb / roadway. We encourage everyone to please do not park over-top of leaf piles that need to be picked up.
The Ambridge Girls Volleyball team wrapped up their season tonight at Quaker Valley. The team fell to the Quakers 22-25, 20-25, 25-18, 25-19, bringing their season record to 7-7.
Congratulations to seniors Sydney Rabold and Sienna Brock as they finish off their final season!
Photos by Alan Freed Photography / Ambridge Connection