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Troy Hill resident builds Halloween wonderland

This is the first in a two part series.  To read the second part about Rick Colerich's plans to build a haunted house full...

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Penn Brewery restaurant closes while investors negotiate for ownership

Penn Brewery Restaurant closed indefinitely on August 18 while its owner and groups of investors work on a deal to -- hopefully -- save the restaurant and the building it occupies. Mark Fatla, executive director of the Northside Leadership Conference, which is working on a deal to purchase the brewery building from the current owners, E&O Partners, said that the restaurant closed because he suspected it was losing money.

Autobody shop owner losing business to road improvements

It’s common in any recession for small, family-owned businesses to close up shop. But in the case of William Lieberth, Sr., proprietor of Allegheny Auto Body, it seems PennDOT might do that for him. In preparation for a long-awaited, lane widening project along Route 28, or East Ohio Street, in Troy Hill, PennDOT decided it needs to demolish Lieberth’s auto body repair shop and has begun an eminent domain process.

Planning for the Future in Troy Hill

    For the past several months, a dedicated group of volunteers on the Troy Hill Design Committee worked on a plan to guide the...

Penn Brewery to remain for at least five years

The Penn Brewery will be sticking around for the next five years – at least. In an agreement reached late February and announced in a...

Employees, families endure cold weather to welcome St. Nick, enjoy East Ohio Street

By Andy Medici More than 75 people braved the coldest temperatures so far this year in order to be a part of the Deutschtown Merchant’s...