Ambridge Area High School Steel Drum Band will make their second appearance in the FedEx Ground Parade during First Night Pittsburgh.
From new businesses to devastating fires and deaths, we wanted to take a moment to look back at some of the headlines that shaped 2014 as we prepare to ring in a new year.
By Nancy Knisley
Over the past year, I've seen this postcard, or ones like it, being discussed on several Facebook pages. The postcard is of the Ambridge-Aliquippa Bridge* crossing the Ohio River, built in 1926-27.
Looking for a job? Here are five positions we found this week in the area.
1. Administrative Assistant-Metals USA, Ambridge
An Administrative Assistant is needed to support the newly created Quality Assurance – Safety Department for its Structural Division. Duties may include filing, maintaining records and databases, processing applications and/or test reports, distributing documents and other administrative duties as needed. Learn more.
Laughlin Memorial Library has launched a campaign to help recoup the emergency costs of a new boiler system.
Ambridge Council recently voted to prohibit parking and staging on both sides of New Economy Business Park Drive.
The street, which runs from 11th Street past Bottom Dollar to 16th and Merchant streets, is used by tractor-trailers and large trucks.
By Larissa Dudkiewicz
The Community Development Program of Beaver County will assist Ambridge borough will the demolition of 537 Merchant Street, according to borough officials.
The business, formerly a 24-hour tanning salon, was destroyed by fire in July.
The Ambridge Area High School basketball team is in Phoenix, AZ to compete in the Cactus Jam Basketball Tournament.
The Bridgers lost to Concord High School from Delaware 53 - 30 in round one of the competition.