Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Restaurants, markets and fuel stations in the Sewickley area offer deals to entice customers to eat out.
Consumers feeling the pinch often resort to eating out less to save money. According to a report in the Nation's Restaurant News, nationwide restaurant sales and traffic improved in January, but restaurant consumers pulled back slightly from a willingness to spend. Restaurants are offering plenty of cheap eats these days to entice customers who want to spend less. Here are some deals you can find in the Sewickley area: Tell Us: Have you heard about other restaurant deals? Share them in the comments! -- Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter Check out some of today's other top stories here.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
The Quaker Village Shopping Center restaurant is closed temporarily to undergo maintenance.
UPDATE: Wendy's reopened on Thursday, a day after a grease fire in the kitchen. If you're craving a Frosty or an old-fashioned hamburger, you won’t get it Wednesday night at the Wendy’s in the Quaker Village Shopping Center. The Leetsdale fast-food restaurant closed for maintenance following a grease fire that ignited shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Firefighters responded to the restaurant at 3:07 p.m. after receiving a report of a stove fire that couldn’t be extinguished. "Basically they had an accident with grease down there and the grease was ignited on their cook top," said Leetsdale Fire Chief Ernie Logan. "They were unable to put it out so we ended up helping them put it out with fire extinguishers." Logan said there was some damage…
Friday, July 13, 2012
Police are investigating the report.
Leetsdale police are looking for a tan van after receiving a report Thursday of an attempted child luring in the borough. Police received a report Thursday afternoon of an older black male in his late 40s or early 50s who approached a 14-year-old girl in his vehicle while she was walking between Wendy's and Henle Park. Police said the man attempted to get the girl to come to him and get in his van at which point she and her friend ran to Henle Park. Once at the park, police said girl and her friend made contact with the workers in the summer parks program, but they did not see the van again at that time. The van is described as a newer model tan vehicle with tinted windows. Police said the girl also saw another person in the van, but had …