• “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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Maple Syrup Festival: A Beaver County Tradition

    This article is brought to you by our friends at Beaver County Auto. Visit them on Facebook by clicking here. The Maple Syrup Festival in Brady’s Run Park is a Beaver County tradition, so it’s no surprise that it was voted “Best Event in the Valley!” All-you-can-eat pancakes, the smell of sweet maple syrup catching on […]

    Ella Parker April 6, 2017
  • Nanos, Muggles, and SWAG: Geocaching in Beaver County

    What do hollow logs, guardrails, and street lamps have in common? They’re all places you’ll find geocaches. That’s right, muggles (if you don’t know what a muggle is, you must continue reading…you’re missing out), there’s a massive treasure hunt game happening around you. Beaver County has THOUSANDS of geocaches, and if you’re not looking for […]

    Ella Parker April 1, 2017
  • YBC Photo of the Week: Hopewell Community Park

    These photos are brought to you by our friends at Rochester Manor+Villa. Visit their website by clicking here. With warmer temperatures arriving, playing outside is a must. We have some great parks here in Beaver County that have all sorts of outdoor entertainment for families to enjoy. At Hopewell Park, there is a field for soccer […]

    Lindsey Ferrie March 30, 2017
  • Local Legends: Sean and Archie Miller Lead Schools to NCAA Tournament

    Growing up in Beaver County gives you some pretty unique bragging rights.  We come from a place so rich in sports history that it could rival any other in the nation.  Whether it’s Joe Namath, Pistol Pete Maravich, Mike Ditka, the Francona’s… you could name drop for hours. However, I don’t know of a single […]

    Allie Dixon March 24, 2017
  • Nursing ABC – An Online Start to Nursing School

    According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the nursing field is expected to see a 16% increase in employment by the year 2024. With a demand in the nursing field that is growing at a faster rate than the average for other occupations, it is important that those interested in pursuing nursing have every […]

    Lauren Walker March 23, 2017
  • YBC Photo of the Week

    Tucked away on a back street in Beaver is the cutest little neighborhood library. Inside you’ll find all different kinds of books ranging from kids books to young adult novels as well as adult novels. A notebook and pen nestled between the books serves as a check out where people will note their name and […]

    Lindsey Ferrie March 22, 2017
  • Allie’s March Madness Breakdown

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year!  The fastest, craziest playoff in all of sports is finally upon us.  Had a great regular season record?  Won your conference championship?  March doesn’t care.  And the madness is going to have us screaming at TV screens and ripping brackets in half for the next few weeks. Aside […]

    Allie Dixon March 15, 2017
  • YBC Photo of the Week: First National Bank/Young’s Jewelry Store

    This week’s photo is brought to you by our friends at Rochester Manor+Villa. You can visit them on Facebook by clicking here. This beautiful building, established in 1883, that sits at the intersection of Brighton Ave, Connecticut Ave, and Pinney St. was once the third oldest bank residing in Rochester. Though most of the original architecture and floor plan […]

    Lindsey Ferrie March 8, 2017
  • Bridges of Beaver County

    This article is brought to you by our friends at Beaver County Auto. Click here to visit them on Facebook. One of the many nicknames for Pittsburgh is the “City of Bridges.” This makes sense, due to the fact that downtown sits at the confluence of three rivers, which nearly 30 bridges cross. Pittsburgh isn’t the only place for […]

    Lauren Walker March 7, 2017
  • Laughlin Memorial Library

    This week’s photo is brought to you by our friends at Rochester Manor+Villa The Laughlin Memorial Library located in Ambridge is one of eleven libraries located in Beaver County. It was established by Alexander Laughlin, Sr., founder of Ambridge’s Central Tube Company, and dedicated to his son in 1929. Today the library is home to […]

    Lindsey Ferrie March 1, 2017