• Attention Parents! Summer Movement Camp for ALL Kids is Ready to Roll!

    This article is sponsored by our friends at Daman’s Strength Training in Beaver.  Daman Strength Training has been innovating fitness and exercise for the past few years. There really isn’t anywhere else within the friendly confines of Beaver County you can go to participate in classes they have to offer, get the top-notch instruction from […]

    Marc Grandinetti April 24, 2017
  • Peter Pan: Dancing Through Neverland

    About Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center Located in a beautiful park setting in Midland (Beaver County) Pennsylvania, Lincoln Park Arts is home to Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center, Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School and the Henry Mancini Academy.  The Center offers world-class arts education and professionally-produced performing arts events including musical theater productions, concerts of […]

    Ana Beaverhausen April 22, 2017
  • People of Beaver County

    Students from “For Those About To Rock Academy”  in Ambridge take the stage at the Maple Syrup Festival to entertain the crowds. The school was founded by the Granati brothers, who share their love of rock ‘n roll with Beaver County teens and adults who want to learn how to jam!

    Ella Parker April 22, 2017
  • The Soggy Doggy Pet Salon

    This article is brought to you by our friends at Rochester Manor+Villa. You can visit them on Facebook by clicking here. Our furry, four-legged child (AKA, Bailey the dog) was in desperate need of a grooming and I decided to start listening to the great things I’d been hearing about Soggy Doggy Pet Salon in Beaver […]

    Lauren Walker April 21, 2017
  • “Second Chance” Bus Tour of Historic Ambridge Churches this Friday

    Legend has it that at one time, our adopted hometown of Ambridge once held a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the most bars AND the most churches per capita. Priorities, right? But also a sign of a community that values connection: with friends or fellow workers, sharing drinks and stories, […]

    Erin Ninehouser April 20, 2017
  • Spring Ahead with Hallowed Grounds!

    Spring ahead with amazing heavenly roasted coffee from Hallowed Grounds Coffee Roasterie of New Brighton, PA. Hallowed Grounds imports coffee from across the globe and roasts them fresh daily guaranteeing you a pleasurable coffee experience in every cup! Hallowed Grounds has a whole latte coffee for you with coffees from every major coffee region around […]

    Ana Beaverhausen April 19, 2017
  • Beaver County Auto Sales Person of the Month: Phil Tyler

    As part of our ongoing, year-long partnership with Beaver County Auto, we will be featuring a sales person of the month. March’s recipient is Phil Tyler. We conducted a brief interview with Phil so that you may get to know him better, and if you’re looking to purchase a vehicle from their dealerships in Chippewa, make […]

    Marc Grandinetti April 19, 2017
  • Day Trippin’: Clemente Museum & Wigle Whiskey

    One of my favorite things about living in Beaver County (aside from all the delicious, local restaurants), is the fact that we are a short drive to the best city in the world. Recently, I had the opportunity to go down to Pittsburgh and experience a couple things that are unique to our great city.

    Lauren Walker April 18, 2017
  • American Girl Tea Party

    In the late 1950s, the American Library Association was concerned with society’s newfound interest in television and their loss of interest in reading. In an attempt to rectify this, they implemented National Library Week, which celebrates the library, the institution which brings us the opportunity of education and entertainment, for everyone, for free. We continue […]

    Whitney Scelp April 17, 2017
  • Proud of the Work that We Do

    “The majority of funding for our work comes from the federal and state government, not the county, so we’re not a burden on them. Two weeks ago, we got a regressive offer via email, one with a decrease in wages and an increase in our health care costs — it was worse than the one they offered in February…”

    Erin Ninehouser April 12, 2017
  • Frame of Reference: Merrick Art Gallery

    This article is brought to you by our friends at Rochester Manor+Villa. What’s the first thing you think of when someone says The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York?  New Brighton, PA, right?  No?  It may surprise many Beaver County residents to learn that we have a local tie to the Met through the […]

    Sharon Speerhas April 11, 2017
  • Finding Two Rivers Olive Oil in Sewickley, and Discovering a World of Flavor…

    This article is sponsored by our friends at Two Rivers Olive Oil in Beaver and Sewickley. Their flavored vinegars and oils are an awesome addition to any meal, and also a killer gift idea! Many people don’t yet know about their second location in Sewickley, which is located in the Nickelodeon Mall on Beaver Street; […]

    Ana Beaverhausen April 10, 2017
  • Attention Football Linemen: Sign Up for the Trench Academy at DST!

    Pete Thistle is a veteran of the trenches. No, not the trenches of wars past. I’m talking about the trenches most sports fans associate with a football field: the offensive and defensive line. Linemen are the unsung heroes of football. Thistle is no stranger to that. He played Division 1 football at the University of […]

    Marc Grandinetti April 9, 2017
  • Fur Babies of BC: Cleo

    Hello!  My name is Cleo!  I am such a beautiful girl and I just love the pretty stripe up my nose!  I am shy at first but I warm up very quickly and I love to purr and make happy paws for love.  I am not fond of being held, I would rather be petted […]

    Ana Beaverhausen April 8, 2017
  • YBC Photo of the Week: Mother Nature

    Spring has sprung in Beaver County! The weather for the next week (minus Friday with its chance of snow) is supposed to be beautiful. Be sure to go outside and enjoy the beauty of the arrival of spring and all the blooming flora and fauna. Beaver County is full of fun parks, walking trails and […]

    Lindsey Ferrie April 7, 2017