A lane restriction is planned on Camp Horne Road, Route 4021, in Ohio Township Feb. 18-21, weather permitting. A single-lane restriction will occur as needed in the eastbound direction between Ben Avon Heights Road and the on-ramp to southbound I-279 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, according to
In the news this week andamp;#0010;72 years ago: andamp;#8226; Seventeen representatives of local civic organizations organized the first joint Advisory Health Council for the Sewickley, Edgeworth and Osborne school districts. The council was formed to ensure the thoroughness of medical and dental exams given to area schoolchildren. Such exams had
Hello, Sewickley, Today is Valentine's Day, and mid-February, the beginning of mating season for many birds. In andquot;A Midsummer Night's Dream,andquot; Shakespeare wrote, andquot;Saint Valentine is past: Begin these wood-birds but to couple nowandquot; Among the most faithful of birds, swans choose a mate and stay with them for life.
The top three boys basketball teams from Section 2-4A are the top three seeds in the upcoming WPIAL 4A tournament. New Castle is the top seed, followed by Ambridge at No. 2 and Quaker Valley at No. 3. The Quakers have earned a bye into the quarterfinals and will face
Jasiah Bertiaux School: Quaker Valley Sport: Bowling Class: Senior Claim to fame: A weekly night out at the bowling alley turned into a four-year journey for three of the seniors on Quaker Valley's bowling team. Jasiah Betiaux recently stepped up for the team with the match-high average of 178. The
Hello, Sewickley, Todd DePastino, director of the Pittsburgh-based Veterans Breakfast Club, will be the speaker at the Sewickley Valley YMCA Senior Men's Club meeting on Friday. For several years, DePastino has sponsored breakfast talks at a number of locations around the area, and has encouraged veterans to tell their experiences
Breanna Warner School: Sewickley Academy Sport: Basketball Class: Sophomore Claim to fame: Breanna Warner played a key role in her team's last two wins against Union and Eden Christian by scoring 17 combined points. The victories put Sewickley Academy's girls basketball team into a three-way tie for third place in