Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The Italian restaurant has also closed its Monroeville location.
Johnny Carino’s closed its Robinson Township restaurant about a week ago, according to the Pittsburgh Business Times. The Italian Restaurant near the Mall at Robinson joins the Monroeville Mall location, which closed about two weeks ago, property representatives told the Business Times. The newspaper reports that the 6,500-square-foot Robinson space is immediately available for lease and fully equipped. The Carino's in Monroeville has already been leased to Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and expects to be open by November. Tell Us: Will you miss dining at Johnny Carino's? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below. --
Sunday, March 10, 2013
The YMCA was closed Sunday due to a broken water pipe.
The Sewickley Valley YMCA has announced the facilities will reopen at 5:15 a.m. Monday after being closed on Sunday, March 10 due to a broken water pipe. All classes held in the exercise studio are cancelled on Monday. The broken water pipe caused all Sunday events to be cancelled, including the Doug Millar Memorial Spin-a-thon and the Barre class held at the Walter J. Brannon activity center. The YMCA apologized for the inconvenience. Check the YMCA Facebook page for further updates. -- Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter Check out some of today's other top stories here.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
The federal holiday will be observed on Monday, Feb. 18.
Monday is Presidents' Day, a federal holiday, which means students at Quaker Valley, Sewickley Academy and St. James School have the day off. Find out what else is open and closed: -- "Like" us on Facebook | Follow us Twitter Check out more of today's top headlines
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
A portion of road is being shut down in Glen Osborne as part of the sewer interconnect project.
Beaver Road in Glen Osborne will be shut down for about three weeks starting on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The shut down will occur from Ohio River Boulevard to Sycamore Road and last until approximately Dec. 19. Sewickley police Capt. Rich Manko said no traffic, including school buses and fire trucks, will be permitted to travel through the area during this time. The road is being closed as part of the sewer interconnect project. Crews have to drill a hole under the boulevard and Norfolk Southern Corp. railroad tracks that will require a boring 40-feet deep in order to receive pipe. “There’s no way to plate it at night to make it driveable,” Manko said. -- Keeping up with news in the Sewickley Patch is easy—simply sign up for our daily email …