• Hallowed Grounds Coffee: The Freshness Factor

    This article is brought to you by our friends at Hallowed Grounds Coffee Roasterie in New Brighton Folks are amazed at how fresh our coffee is at Hallowed Grounds Coffee Roasterie in New Brighton and at the wide selection of coffees and teas available. We have the best selection of coffee and tea in the valley! We […]

    YBC May 24, 2018
  • Get In the Trenches at Daman Strength Training

    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 May 21, 2018
  • Fur Babies of BC: Moonstone

    Rabbits can live over ten years, require space and commitment, and can be costly. They are social animals who want your attention and who each have their own personalities. Rabbits are fragile and have delicate spines, so their owner must be educated on proper rabbit handling. Because of this, rabbits do best with adults and […]

    Marc Grandinetti May 19, 2018
  • Fur Babies of BC: Sprinkles

    Hello!  My name is Sprinkles!  I am a super cute Netherland Dwarf.  I can be a little nervous sometimes when being picked up, but I am very sweet girl that loves pets and snuggles.  Because small bunnies can sometimes be more fragile, I’d do best with older kids if you have any.  I am litter […]

    Marc Grandinetti May 18, 2018
  • 10 Signs That You Might Be From Monaca

    Before we dive into this, I have to confess that I am not a native of Monaca. I actually grew up in Center Township, so I was able to relate to everything on Maura’s list of 10 Signs That You Might Be From Center Township. I guess the Center people I grew up with might […]

    Andrew Selby May 15, 2018
  • Stroke Awareness Month in Beaver County

    May is Stroke Awareness Month, so Whitney put together some information on what exactly a stroke is and how we can prevent one by simply participating in some of the great programs that already exist here in Beaver County.

    Whitney Scelp May 14, 2018
  • The Great Beaver County Donut Throwdown

    My last few articles have been on the healthy side (Fellowship Foods, Sproutz…) so I figure we could all use a little palate cleanser with a donut throwdown! The mission that I have chosen to accept is to find Beaver County’s best donut. I went into this mission comparing only three donut shops, because those […]

    Anastastia Beaverhausen May 11, 2018
  • Celebrating National Teacher Appreciation Day

    Today is National Teacher Appreciation Day, and the YBC staff wants to recognize some of the most influential educators in our lives, and give our readers the opportunity to do the same. Ever wish you could tell your 3rd grade teacher how much you appreciate how she encouraged you? Or how about your high school Spanish teacher that helped you build the foundation to become a bilingual adult?

    Ella Parker May 8, 2018
  • Roots: Rochester’s New Place to Be

    This article is brought to you by our friends at Beaver County Auto It’s easy to pass by this little gem on Brighton Avenue in Rochester.  I did—twice!  You definitely want to make the time to find this spot.  Located below Hollywood Gardens and just past Young’s Jewelers, Roots Rochester has captured a unique vibe while […]

    Sharon Speerhas May 2, 2018
  • Summer Movement Camp at Daman Strength Training

    The Summer Movement Camp is BACK!  This 3 month Summer Camp will introduce fitness, nutrition and help your child build the confidence they need! They’ve targeted high school athletes, moms, dads, ex-athletes, and now they’re going after a completely different target audience: the non-athlete. That’s correct. Daman Strength Training is launching year two of a class […]

    Marc Grandinetti May 1, 2018
  • Beaver County Auto Sales Person of the Month: Phil Clark

    As part of our ongoing, year-long partnership with Beaver County Auto, we will be featuring a sales person of the month. For the month of March, and third time in the past year, the #1 sales person award goes to Phil Clark. This is Phil’s second sales person of the month award this year! We conducted a brief interview […]

    Marc Grandinetti April 27, 2018
  • The Soggy Doggy Pet Salon

    This article is brought to you by our friends at Beaver County Auto 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 and give them a call. Shortly into […]

    Lauren Walker April 26, 2018
  • Fur Babies of BC: Alaina

    My name is Alaina and I am looking for a new home! I was previously an outdoor only dog, but I am really wanting to be an indoor dog! Because of this, I will need some adjustment time and a family with lots of patience, in case it takes me a little longer than most […]

    Marc Grandinetti April 23, 2018
  • Fur Babies of BC: Sweets

    Hello! My name is Sweets, a name that truly fits my gentle soul. I am 9 years young and overflowing with love! I like all people, but would do best with children who are at least 6 years old, as I do have some specific requests about how I am pet and held. I don’t […]

    Marc Grandinetti April 20, 2018
  • 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, 2018