Latest Headlines

4/6/19

Construction should begin soon on the Salvation Army's North Boroughs Corps Worship and Service Center, with the center possibly open by the end of the year.

4/6/19

On Feb. 1, Bellevue Police received a report of a vehicle stolen from the road on Dakota Avenue.

On Feb. 1, an Ohio River Boulevard gas station reported shoplifting when a vehicle drove off without paying.

Juveniles were reported entering unlocked vehicles on Washington Avenue on Feb. 2.

On Feb. 3, a resident of Orchard Avenue reported a mirror broken on a parked car.

On Feb. 4, a resident of South Harrison Avenue reported an unlocked vehicle had been entered, gone through, and items taken from it.

A South Fremont Avenue resident reported theft from a vehicle on Feb. 4.

4/6/19

Democrat Pam Iovino will soon take a seat in the Pennsylvania Senate after defeating Republican D. Raja in a special election held Tuesday.

The 37th District seat was left vacant when incumbent Republican Guy Reschenthaler won a seat in the U.S. Congress in the general election. Reschenthaler himself won a special election to take over the 37th state seat when Democrat Matt Smith resigned to take a job in the private sector.

4/6/19

Sandra R. Primerano Sandra R. Primerano, 58, of Bellevue, died Friday, March 22, 2019. She was the companion of Dan Wellings; daughter of Dolores and the late Dominic Primerano; sister of Susan Nicotra (Lawrence); aunt of William and Joseph Howland; great-aunt of Samantha and Nicolas. Arrangements by Neely Funeral Home, Glenshaw.

James B. "Jamie" Jackson It is with great sadness that the family of James Jackson announces that he passed away Monday, April 1, 2019,, surrounded by his family.

Blogs

03.30.19

There was considerable confusion in Bellevue Council chambers Tuesday night as it came time to vote on four ordinances designed to protect animals. I can’t really blame them, as it almost appeared that the ordinances were more of a PR stunt than a serious effort at ensuring the welfare of animals.

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Northgate’s Clayton Cooper (No. 33) clides into third base as the Flames defeated Summit Academy 12-8 in a home game on Wednesday. Overall, the Northgate boys’ baseball team currently holds a 2-3 record, with Summit being their first section opponent.

Events

Fri, 2019-04-12 - Sat, 2019-04-13

Ohio Township is hosting two egg hunts at the Ohio Township Community Park, 325 Nicholson Rd.

The Flashlight Egg Hunt, for ages 8-12, is Friday, April 12, beginning at 8 p.m. Participants are required to bring their own flashlight. Select winners will receive prizes. Spots are limited.

The Kids’ Egg Hunt, for ages 7 and younger, is Saturday, April 13, 10 a.m. Prizes will be awarded and kids will have an opportunity to meet the Easter Bunny. Children should bring a basket or bag to hold their eggs.

On-line registration links and mail-in forms are available at www.ohiotwp.org.

Fri, 2019-04-12

Avalon Volunteer Fire Company is hosting a paddle party, Saturday, April 13, at the Avalon Fire Hall, 629 New Brighton Rd., Avalon. Tickets are $5.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and bidding begins at 7 p.m.

Attendees may BYOB but are requested not to bring food or snacks. Refreshments will be sold as a fundraiser for the Fire Company.

A paddle party is where a basket auction meets bingo! You could win a basket valued at $50 for a quarter.