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Sewickley Car Store
526 Ohio River Blvd, Sewickley, PA 15143
This location of the Sewickley Car Store specializes in certified pre-owned and used Audis, BMWs and Porsches, but doesMore have other makes. It offers sedans, coupes, wagons, pickups, vans and minivans. The Sewickley Car Store also includes Sewickley Porsche, Sewickley Audi and Sewickley BMW, all located off Ohio River Boulevard, near the Sewickley Bridge. 
Sewickley Borough Water Authority
601 Thorn St, Sewickley, PA 15143
The Sewickley Water Authority serves Sewickley, Glen Osborne, Haysville, Sewickley Heights, as wellMore as customers in Edgeworth, Bell Acres and Aleppo Township. The water authority, on the second floor of the Sewickley municipal building, is governed by a seven-member board appointed by the Sewickley Council.
Country Palate Caterers
17 Quarry Rd, Sewickley, PA 15143
Based in Sewickley, Country Palate Caterers offers catering for special events in the Sewickley, Sewickley Heights,More Osborne and Edgeworth areas. For information, call the number provided.
Sewickley Herald
504 Beaver St, Sewickley, PA 15143
The Sewickley Herald is located on Beaver Street in Sewickely. The Sewickley Herald was founded in 1903 and is theMore winner of the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association's 2010 awards for Investigative Reporting. 
Sewickley Hunt Club
Little Sewickley Creek Rd, Sewickley, PA 15143

This private club--located in Sewickley Heights near the Sewickley Heights Golf Club--was founded in 1921 and basedMore on the English fox hunt tradition. At one time, its members were among the high society of the area.

 

Sewickley Borough
Municipal Building, Sewickley, PA 15143
Sewickley Borough was officially incorporated in 1853, though the first written mention of Sewickley, an Indian word forMore "Sweet Water," was recorded on December 31, 1767. Sewickley Borough Manager Kevin Flannery's office is on the second floor, where council chambers are also located. The historical borough building was finished in 1905 and later remodeled in 1982.