Thursday, March 14, 2013
The golf driving range, putt putt course and batting cages in Bethel Park is tentatively scheduled to reopen in mid-April.
As golf season is teeing off in the area, a popular golf center is closed—for now. Senior management of Cool Springs Golf & Family Recreation in Bethel Park met with some of the employees on Monday to tell them the center is closed until—tentatively—April 15, according to Bob Salera, the head professional and director of instruction at Cool Springs Golf School. Salera said this is the first time Cool Springs has closed since he started working at the facility in 1997. Cool Springs is a popular spot for its driving range, mini golf course and seasonal batting cages.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Bridgeville Public Library has received growing support and more volunteers in the few months since the community learned it was facing financial problems.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Mike Jones
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Bridgeville Public Library has received growing support and more volunteers in the few months since the community learned it was facing financial problems. Some people are offering money, others are volunteering their time to help out the library board and one South Fayette man even spent the day cutting the grass with a push mower. “People are willing to do almost anything to help us out,” said Joyce Heinrich, who was hired recently to spearhead fundraising efforts. “That’s what I’m finding while trying to organize all of this.” The library had to slash its staff and operating times in May because of budget and fundraising problems after the new building opened in early 2011. But Heinrich said people from Bridgeville and neighboring …
Friday, February 10, 2012
U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy said he was disappointed after meeting with top Air Force officials this week.
U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy said he was disappointed after meeting today with Air Force officials in an effort to change their plans to close the Moon-based 911th Airlift Wing. Murphy, R-Upper St. Clair, said military officials remained unmoved after a meeting in which he and other members of Pennsylvania's congressional delegation argued its cost-effectiveness and its value to western Pennsylvania. Air Force officials are expected to provide lawmakers next week with data about civilian employees of the 911th and how the closing would affect them, Murphy said. The Air Force decided to shutter the base without conducting a cost-analysis study that would compare its operations to those at other air bases in the country, he said. The Air Force last…