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PARANORMAL

The Oakmont Paranormal Society investigates unexplained phenomena. Page B1.

ELECTION 2012

Patrick Leyland challenges incumbent Eli Evankovih for the state House seat in the 54th district. Page 12.

ALL ABOUT HISTORY

Murrysville residents pause to celebrate the community’s past at the annual Heritage Festival. Photos, Page 4.

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Bob Greer demonstrates his glass blowing expertise at the fundraiser in support of Lorri Nixon held at Calvary Lutheran Church in Murrysville on Saturday. For additional photos, see Page 25.

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A decade of drivers waiting at misaligned traffic lights along Route 22 in Murrysville appears to be PennDOT’s fault. According to a traffic signal study commissioned by Murrysville Council in June, technical problems at several traffic lights between Triangle Lane and Trafford Road are knocking the signals out of sync. The study, conducted by Trans Associates, showed that traffic lights at nine intersections along Route 22 are not properly grounded. “Grounding was to be done under the (Pennsylvania Department of

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Study finds traffic-light issues Plenty of spooky fun on tap this week

determine if any cars are Transportation) contract,” at the intersection on side streets. said John Stahl, a traffic If the light changes and engineer with Trans Assono cars are waiting on the ciates. side road, the light cycles to “It’s a latent defect and the next street, said Mark it falls back on the general Szewcow, a senior manager contractor and the state at the traffic engineering contract.” firm. But if there is no one Stahl said PennDOT on Route 22, the light won’t inspectors should have automatically turn back caught the grounding issue to the side street, Szewcow before closing the contract. said. In addition, the tim“The inspectors are great ing is off on some of the with stuff that comes out monitors, Stahl said. of a truck that are hot, The traffic lights are wet or sticky,” said Stahl, programmed in a way that, a former PennDOT traffic theoretically, a car should engineer. catch a green light at every “But you’re asking conintersection during descrete and asphault guys to ignated rush hour times, do computer and electrical Stahl said. inspections.” However, some of the Council members signals are as much as 27 regularly have fielded minutes off. complaints during the past “It’s 8:30 a.m., and one several years of long waits controller thinks it’s to turn onto Route 22. The almost 9 a.m.,” Stahl said. nine traffic lights are set on “The workmanship a timer – based on a study across the board is good, completed a decade ago but there are some issues.” by PennDOT – that uses a The study cost $9,800. traffic-detection camera to Officials estimated it would

cost about $24,300 to fix the grounding issue. “I’m not an electrical person at all, but I was surprised that there was a problem at all nine intersections,” Council President Joan Kearns said. “We finally need to get to the bottom of this.” Municipal officials plan to discuss the problem with PennDOT and review other recommendations – which Morrison would not make public -- made by the firm. Mayor Bob Brooks said he doesn’t think involving PennDOT is a fruitful option. “The real question is: Do we want to fix this or not,” Brooks said. “We got to have the flow there in the morning and evening. You can go to PennDOT all you want, but we can’t even get from PennDOT reasonable things.”

Daveen Rae Kurutz is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-856-7400, ext. 8627, or dkurutz@tribweb.com.

There’s lots of spooky fun on tap to celebrate Halloween in the coming days. Here’s a roundup of local events.

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Walkers Pet HoTail will host its sixth annual Howloween Party today, Thursday, at 7 p.m. Dogs, cats and other pets are welcome to participate in games, a costume parade and trickor-treating. Pets must be on a leash and vet records showing rabies, distemper and bordetella vaccinations and a negative fecal exam are required for admission. The event is free and open to all pets. Donations will benefit Three Rivers Greyhounds. Walkers Pet HoTail is located at 4603 William Penn Highway in Murrysville. For more information, call Sam Rubin at 724-327-7297.

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tration begins at 10:30 a.m. in the church’s lower level parking lot. Children ages 6 and younger can take part in a shorter route beginning at First Presbyterian Church, Laird Hall, along North Hills Road. Halloween Parades Registration at that locaExport Volunteer Fire tion also begins at 10:30 a.m. The parade will take Department will host its place along Old William annual Halloween parade Penn Highway. Friday at 7 p.m. Sign-up The Delmont Volwill begin at 5:30 p.m. at unteer Fire Department the fire department. Women’s Auxiliary will The Murrysvillehost its annual Halloween Export Rotary Club will host its annual Halloween parade Saturday at 1 p.m. Registration will take parade Saturday, beginplace prior to the parade at ning at 11 a.m. at Mother of Sorrows Church. Regis- the fire department.

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Veterans appeciation Officials to meet with dogcatcher before renewing contract dinner to be held at community center abrasive. The group also took umbrage Two Murrysville councilmen with Hoffman euthanizing dogs plan to meet with dogcatcher that can’t be placed in no-kill Gary Hoffman before the shelters. municipality considers renewChief administrator Jim ing the Delmont man’s contract. Morrison said he investigated Jeff Kepler and Ron Summer- the allegations against Hoffman hill volunteered to meet with with the state dog officer for Hoffman, owner of Hoffman Westmoreland County, Bruce Kennels, to discuss a series of Kinnick. Morrison said the addendums to Hoffman’s stanofficer reported that Hoffman dard contract that Murrysville Kennels is “a professional operofficials will consider this fall. ation, with well-maintained The pair said they want to kennels.” tour Hoffman’s facilities, which Several nearby municiare being remodeled to add palities have renewed contracts space to house additional aniwith Hoffman, including Penn mals and to add heated floors. Township and Apollo. “I want to see his facility and Jeannette Council is set to what he does first-hand,” said vote on a contract renewal next Summerhill, who suggested the month. idea. “We’ll ‘git er done.’ Let’s Morrison said there are no do a scheduled visit.” animal service providers in the Hoffman Kennels came under area. When the municipality fire in several local municilast solicited bids for the serpalities earlier this year when a vice in 2005, Hoffman was the group led by a Murrysville man only business to respond. complained about the kennel’s The municipality pays Hoffservice. man $360 per month to patrol Some residents said Hoffman the community at least three days each week for stray dogs. wouldn’t release dogs during Any response outside of northe weekend and was rude and

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A veterans appreciation and information breakfast is scheduled for Nov. 9 at 9 a.m. at the Murrysville Community Center, 3091 Carson Ave. in Murrysville. Information on veterans benefits will be provided and a special tribute will be presented. Registration is required by Nov. 2. For questions or to register, call 724-216-7186.

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The Franklin Regional Middle School eighth-grade performing-arts class will present its annual Veterans Day assembly Nov. 9 at the Middle School Little Theater. The class will perform three shows at 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Veterans from Delmont, Export and Murrysville can RSVP for the luncheon by Nov. 2 by calling 724-3275456, ext. 2003. An evening performance for the public is scheduled for Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Little Theater.

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mal business hours costs the municipality $55 per call. Morrison suggested six conditions to Hoffman’s contract : All unlicensed dogs must be kept for at least 72 hours All dogs must be scanned for a microchip and, if one is found, the owner must be notified within 48 hours Hoffman must obtain owner contact information for licensed dogs immediately and contact the owners within 48 hours Hoffman must try to place dogs with one of at least five shelters in Allegheny or Westmoreland counties Hoffman must notify police within 24 hours when he picks up a dog in the municipality A monthly report must be submitted with the invoice for payment Several members of council suggested changes to Morrison’s recommendations. Council President Joan Kearns suggested requiring all dogs be kept at least 72 hours, not including Friday evening until Monday morning. Kepler

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agreed. “We need to try to give the dog owner as much time as possible to get their dog,” Kepler said. “If he’s not open, my dog could be gone.” Mayor Bob Brooks questioned what would happen if an owner was on vacation, while Kepler asked how Hoffman determines if a dog is in good health. Brooks suggested municipal staff consult with the Western Pennsylvania Human Society in Pittsburgh to discuss what limitations and conditions are reasonable to require of a dogcatcher. “Let’s see what seems right and lawful,” Brooks said. “What happens at Hoffman’s could happen somewhere else. He’s made an effort in the past few years to be a no-kill, but that’s where the Humane Society could come in.” Daveen Rae Kurutz is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-856-7400, ext. 8627, or dkurutz@ tribweb.com.

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Readers weigh in on candidates running in upcoming election

Dear Editor, Joe Markosek has been in office for 30 years. He has made a career out of being a politician. Career politicians have failed us. Years ago, I supported Joe Markosek, when he used to represent me. But not now. Joe Markosek voted to increase his pay three times and voted to increase his own pension by 50 percent (while seniors are losing theirs). Mike Doyle is the Republican candidate for the state representative in the 25th District. He has visited more than 11,000 homes in his district, including mine. I’m impressed with his business experience and agree with his fiscal approach to governing. I plan to vote for Mike. Mike Doyle will be a breath of fresh air. He is an independent leader and a real reformer. He will put the taxpayers first, not

himself. He has my vote on LETTERS TO THE EDITOR November 6th. Bonnie Babik wasteful spending for Murrysville what it is — damaging to businesses and families. Controlling spending is Vaughn fundamental for a State Treasurer. most qualified Diana Irey Vaughn has Dear Editor: demonstrated her ability Pennsylvanians deserve the best qualified candidate to do just that. Join me in sending her to Harrisburg to oversee the state’s $27 as our State Treasurer. billion annual expendiLet’s vote for Diana on tures. Election Day — Nov. 6. To me, that defines Karen Bills Diane Irey Vaughn, four Delmont term commissioner from Washington County. I’ve met Diana on several occasions and know her to be a tough minded public servant who has produced seven consecutive balanced budgets without a single tax increase. Diana has led the charge to bring 6,000 new jobs to Washington County by establishing an industry-friendly landscape for the region’s energy producers. She recognizes

Casey not the answer

Dear Editor: The Tribune Review’s Oct. 15 editorial endorsing Bob Casey Jr. was dead wrong. America is in financial crisis from wasteful spending, debilitating unemployment, a cancerous recession, a Senate that has failed to pass a

budget in nearly four » More years, and a letters Middle East on Page in flames 11. from lack of American leadership. America needs senators who are leaders. Re-electing a nice-guy who rubber stamps the President’s disastrous agenda, but hasn’t passed a single piece of legislation in his six year Senate term, is wrong for Pennsylvania and for America. Senator Casey’s opponent, Tom Smith, worked hard and risked his farm to achieve the American dream. As a Democrat, he watched in horror as America began its downward spiral into socialism following Barack Obama’s election. He decided it was time to take a stand so he changed parties and developed a plan to right Ameri-

ca’s ship of state. That plan offers detailed solutions for the complex tax code, outof-control federal spending, healthcare, Social Security, ending onerous regulations, and harvesting America’s energy resources. Tom Smith has heard his nation’s call, and has spent much of his own fortune to answer it. Now we must do our part in ending that downward spiral into socialism — elect Tom Smith to the Senate on Nov. 6. Maury Fey Murrysville

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Dear Editor: For God’s sake people, put down your Smartphone and take a look at the state of affairs in our country. We are hemorrhaging on all fronts (economic, domestic, foreign, defense) and headed for a cliff

unless we change course. While you’ve been distracted, texting and updating Facebook, the powerhungry and greedy in both political parties have been trampling on your liberties and selling your birthright of freedom to the highest bidder, e.g., China, Saudi Arabia, GM. These traitors must go. In their place we must elect representatives who have the fortitude and conviction to return America to her roots as a constitutional republic. Keith Rothfus respects our Constitution and pledges to uphold it. Unlike his opponent, Mark Critz, who markets a “Europeanization” of America, Keith will fight to restore America while representing Pennsylvania in Congress. Vote on November 6 for Keith Rothfus (PA-12). Gregg Neavin Sr. Murrysville

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Letters Policy The Murrysville Star is your community forum, and we welcome the opportunity to publish letters of local interest that are written by our readers. Here are our guidelines for letter to the editor submissions. ∫ Letters to the editor must consist of 500 or fewer words. ∫ All letters to the editor must contain the writer’s signature, address and telephone number, so that you can be reached for verification. ∫ Material is subject to editing for space or misstatements. ∫ We do not publish letters that are attributed to more than two people (aside from families). If you are writing on behalf of a group, include your title and state in the letter that you’re commenting for the group. Mail letters to Murrysville Star editorial department at 460 Rodi Road, Penn Hills, PA 15235. Letters also can be emailed to murrysvillestar@tribweb.com.

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Spotlighting the good, the bad of election season Staff report And now a look at news in the Western Pennsylvania suburbs that people are talking about:

Thumbs down to the stealthy thief who made off with a life-size cutout of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney from inside the Republican Victory Center along Route 22 in Murrysville. That Mitt went missing smacks more of a silly high school prank rather than political campaigning among adults. Still, we have to admit — we chuckled when we heard about the missing Mitt. Maybe an honest person will return Mitt in time for the election.

Thumbs down to a legal-ad typo that prevented a Penn Hills Council vote on the expansion of the Vocollect business, which straddles Penn Hills and Wilkins Township. The council chamber was packed last week with residents eager to give their opinion, only to be sent home because the wrong lot and block number was listed in legal ads for the ordinance. Developer Joseph D’Andrea has been trying to expand operations for more than a decade. He deserves an answer.

Thumbs down to petty political bickering taken to an unusual level. A Brentwood councilman is charged with disorderly conduct after he was accused of threatening another councilman last month after an executive session. It wasn’t clear why the men were arguing, but this

is not the first time there has been friction on council. Elected officials need to maintain decorum while maintaining differences of opinion. The citizens, after all, elected them to represent their community.

Thumbs up to South Baldwin Volunteer Fire Company firefighters, who recently released a video parody of South Korean rapper Psy’s “Gangnam Style,” on YouTube. The good-humored volunteers did so to raise awareness for Fire Safety

Month. This type of outside-of-the-box thinking gets an organization noticed and, possibly, more donations.

Thumbs up to Carnegie leaders who are trying to revive the Carnegie Arts & Heritage Festival, canceled earlier this year after 24 years. Mayor Jack Kobistek is among those who have pledged to bring back the festival, held in the borough’s business district. People in the community should consider giving of their time to this popular event.


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Leyland, Evankovich face off to represent 54th District

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A first-term legislator will take on a long-time former Alle-Kiski Valley school board member to represent the 54th District Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Republican legislator Eli Evankovich will face-off against Democrat Patrick Leyland next month to represent the 54th district, which includes Export and portions of Murrysville. Evankovich, a former financial analyst who unseated Democrat John Pallone in 2010, was unopposed in the Republican primary. Leyland ran a successful write-in campaign to appear as the Democratic nominee in the Nov. 6 election. Evankovich has been endorsed by the Pennsylvania Pro-life Federation, the Pennsylvania Family Institute and the National Rifle Association. Leyland is endorsed by the Pennsyl-

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Age: 29 Residence: Murrysville Political Experience: Elected as Representative for the 54th District in 2010, authored 14 bills, two of which became state law through the amendment process Occupation: Prior to election worked as a financial analyst for U.S. Steel Family: Wife, Heather; children Mia, 4, Elissa, 2, and John, 9 months

Age: 35 Residence: Allegheny Township Political Experience: Served on Kiski Area School Board from 1997 to 2009 Occupation: Inspector technician in the inspection lab at Latrobe Specialty Metals Family: Single

vania Coalition of Taxpayer Associations. When the next state legislative session begins in January, its representatives will have to deal with a burgeoning pension debt, millions of miles of deteriorating roads, another contentious state budget and the after-effects of a state Supreme Court ruling on new drilling regulations. Both candidates agree that reform is needed to ensure that the current

members of the state pension system for educators and state employees receive their guaranteed benefits. Evankovich said he plans to introduce a bill next session would reform both pension programs by converting them to a hybrid cash balance plan. Currently, state employees – including educators, state legislators and other state employees – are enrolled in a definedbenefit plan that is under-

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funded by about $43 billion. Evankovich proposes moving new employees – and any current employee who would opt-in to the program – to a new program that includes both a 401k-style program and a defined-benefit program. Part of the program would be similar to a savings annuity that would be paid out to the retiree monthly with a guaranteed 4-percent growth. Any money the investment earns more that 4 percent would be put into the unfunded balance of the pension program. “The pension obligations are crushing the budget, among other items,” Evankovich said. “Right now, we have a boat that is taking on water, and we need to plug the hole. We need to stop letting water into our pension plans. I don’t think Harrisburg has the maturity to handle large, defined-benefit plans. You need to take it out of their hands.” Leyland, who served on a pension committee for the state school boards association in 2007, said he supports a similar plan, which was recommended by the school boards association in the past. To come up with a solution, he would like to see pensioners, school board members, current employees and state legislators sit down to discuss the problem. “This is not a problem caused by employees that receive the benefit,” Leyland said. “This is a problem created by the politicians in Harrisburg. The state and school districts

weren’t paying their share into the pension fund. It catches up with you.” Both men said they would opt into the hybrid plan if adopted. Legislators only receive a pension if they complete 10 years of service. As required contributions to the Public School Employees Retirement System have steadily increased in recent years, districts such as Franklin Regional have considered cutting programs. Evankovich said he would push for full-day kindergarten funding to be added into the basic education funding that districts receive each year so that the program is guaranteed to continue. He attributed much of the school funding problems to the loss of federal stimulus money in 2011 and said that districts need to adjust spending increases, most of which are related to contracts. Leyland said he doesn’t support local districts cutting programs, calling those cuts “detrimental.” The districts’ hands are tied though because communities such as New Kensington and Murrysville don’t have the commercial and industrial tax bases that Latrobe and North Huntington do. “It’s core programs that are on the chopping block in the districts,” Leyland said. “In the end, it’s one of two choices — raise property taxes locally or cut programs.” Social services funding also has been cut in recent years. Leyland said although he wants

to eliminate waste in the system, those who need food and other help should be receiving it. Evankovich said the Department of Public Welfare needs better oversight to make sure it’s working with those who can’t help themselves, rather than those who refuse to help themselves. “There’s not enough people pulling the cart and too many people sitting in the cart,” Evankovich said. “One of the things we need to do is get more people working that are on social assistance. It’s our duty as a society to help people get on the path back into a productive society, not a path to sustain yourself for generations.” One thing that does need sustainability, however, is the road and transportation infrastructure across the state. Evankovich, who recently worked to help facilitate a $1.7 million offer to Murrysville to take over Logan Ferry Road from the state, said that state roads need repairs. When most roads were built in the 1960s, the state budget dedicated 30 percent of its money to road construction and repair. Now, that amount is down to 10 percent. Evankovich said he advocates moving transportation-related money – funds generated from gasoline tax and the motor license fund totaling about $1 billion per year – into a dedicated fund for road and bridge repair. Leyland also wants to see more money dedicated to transportation, but suggested reconfiguring license and registration fees that haven’t increased in many years. He said increasing those fees to reflect inflation could help raise money to fix bridges and roads, as well as an increased impact fee on Marcellus shale drillers. Daveen Rae Kurutz is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-856-7400, ext. 8627, or dkurutz@tribweb.com.


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“Dressing” for a social event doesn’t typically include salad dressing, but two Franklin Regional graduates are accused of making it part of a prank following the school’s homecoming dance earlier this month. James Clair, 19, of Nob Hill Drive, and Sammy Ayasso, 19, of Mayflower Court, were charged with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct. Murrysville police accuse the pair of throwing water balloons filled with salad dressing at teens as they left the school’s homecoming dance on Oct. 13.

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Police accuse Bayne of leaving two small children in a car parked at Walnut Hollow on Oct. 13 at 10:33 p.m. Gregory Allen Quint, 29, of Pennsylvania Avenue in Export, was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment. Police accuse him of harassing a Murrysville resident via Disorderly conduct phone and text messages on Oct. 15. Robert Bayne, 45, A 16-year-old boy from of Warner Drive in MurMurrysville was charged rysville, was charged with disorderly conduct. with disorderly conduct, endangering the welfare of Police accuse the teen of a child and public drunken- taking $209 from someone at his home. ness.

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A 16-year-old boy from Export was charged with underage drinking. Police accuse the teen of drinking at the Franklin Regional homecoming dance Oct. 13.

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Carrie A. Riga, 37, of Pennsylvania Avenue in Export, was charged with harassment. Police accuse Riga of making harassing telephone calls and text messages to a Murrysville resident on Oct. 15.

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Plans to be drawn up to redesign Heritage cafeteria

The Murrysville Women’s Club will host its annual art show Saturday and Sunday at Redstone Highlands on Cline Hollow Road. Applications to participate are available at the Murrysville Library; in the lobby of the municipal building; and at the Norwin Art League, the Latrobe Art Center and other art-related locations in the region.

Miles of Smiles scheduled

“Miles of Smiles for the Gals,” a 5K and 1-mile walk, will be held Nov. 4 at 8:30 a.m. at Boyce Park Ski

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The cafeteria at Heritage Elementary soon might be a bit more kid-friendly. The Franklin Regional School Board last week authorized officials to begin designing a new cafeteria for the elementary school, which once was home to the districts middle and high school. The building was remodeled and converted into an elementary building in 1988, but nothing was done to the kitchen. The current kitchen area is not fully functional as an elementary kitchen, said Dennis Majewski, director of district services, in a memo to the board. Currently, food is prepared at the middle school and transported by van to Heritage, Majewski said.

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The new cafeteria would have a fully equipped kitchen. The cafeteria’s service line is set up for taller students, Majewski said. Middle school students can not see what is on the counter and, in some cases, students take so long to pass through the lunch line they have just five minutes to eat, he said. West Homestead-based firm Kudravy Architects — which designed the cafeteria at Shady Side Academy — will design the project for $27,000 to be paid from the food service account. Construction is expected to take place this summer, beginning in June. Two booster groups made more than $8,000 worth of donations to help buy new equipment for the swim and track teams. Officials with the Franklin Area Swim Team

donated $5,000 to help the district buy new timing equipment for the district pool, which the team uses. The Franklin Regional track boosters donated eight stopwatches, several DVDs and an $1,110 plyorbic runway that will be used during the winter to give the athletes a soft, ice-free surface to work on. A training rope and eight kettle bells will be used by the track team and high school gym classes. The total value of the track items is $3,554.

Leaves of absence

Earlier this month, the school board approved leaves of absence for five teachers: Susan White, a senior high English teacher, from Nov. 2 until Feb. 11. Sarah Hensler, senior high special education teacher, from Feb. 18 through April 15. Rebecca Vincent, second-grade teacher at Sloan Elementary, from Jan. 2 until April 3. Abbie Davis, thirdgrade teacher at Heritage Elementary, for the remainder of the first semester. Courtney Cassidy,

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middle school math teacher, from Oct. 26 though Jan. 14.

Long-term subs

Also, three people were appointed as long-term substitute teachers: Jennifer Calfe will teach second grade at Sloan during Vincent’s leave of absence. Amy Kerschner will teach middle school math during Cassidy’s leave of absence. Lacey Wagner will continue teaching third grade at Heritage until Davis returns.

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Resignation

The board accepted the resignation of Susan Chanoski, nurse at Heritage, effective Oct. 15.

Sub list

Seven teachers were added to the substitute teacher list: Jena Antonelli, Leigh Ann Klein, Mallory McCormick, Michelle McFall, Sean McMasters, Lauren Shaheen and Jeremy Siard. Daveen Rae Kurutz is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-856-7400, ext. 8627, or dkurutz@tribweb.com.

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The Murrysville Lions Club will host an All-YouCan-Eat Pancake Breakfast on Nov. 3, from 7 to 11 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 3916 Old William Penn Highway. Tickets at the door are $7 for adults, $4 for children under 12. Advance ticket sales from Lions members are $6 for adults and $3 for children. For more information, see www.murrysvillelions.org.

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Sophie Anderson, 6, of Plum is all eyes as she watches Bob Greer, below, and his glass blowing demonstration.

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Bob Greer demonstrates his glass blowing expertise as Mandy Anderson of Penn Hills, Nicole Sacco of Plum, and Marissa Durst of Plum watch. Greer was at the Saturday night fundraiser in support of Lorri Nixon held at the Calvary Lutheran Church in Murrysville.

Nathaniel Kondas, at left, Michelle Kondas and others try to decide which one of the hand-blownglass ornaments they like best.

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TRANSACTIONS — RECENT HOME AND PROPERTY SALES IN THE AREA

Delmont

Lisa Sarn sold property at 50 Freeport St. to James Barnard for $25,000. Ronald Depellegrin sold property at 550 Monticello Drive to Household Finance Consumer Discount Co. for $1,856.

Forest Hills

Forest Glen Assoc. L.P. sold property at 714 Atlantic Ave. to Allegheny County Housing Authority for $388,000. Shannon Barnes sold property at 24 Hillcrest Road to Ilya Krugov for $194,000.

Irwin

Joshua Gurekovich sold property at 2007 Michael Ave. to Adam and Nichole McQuaide for $147,900.

Manor

Douglas Sheldon sold property at 105 Aquillin Court to Anne Yanke for $189,900. Elizabeth Spudy sold property at 240 Manor View Drive to Linda Freger for $125,000. Andrew Mento sold property at Oak St. to Patrick Clancy for $40,000. Maronda Homes Inc. sold property at 518 Saddleridge Drive to William Wilson Jr. and Deneen Wilson for $313,900. Linda Stulga sold property at 105 Tanglewood Court to George Menia for $223,900.

Monroeville

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Estate of Donald Torma sold property at 2731 Fourth Ave. to Pathfinder Federal Credit Union for $2,865. Catherine Wurzer et al. sold property at 664 Beatty Road to Monroeville Properties LLC for $60,000. Russell Brown sold property at 343 Coleman Drive to Timothy Wick and Christina Martin for $166,000. Estate of Charles Whitford sold property at 247 Garden City Drive to Davida Brock for $79,900. Denise Bailey sold property at 309 Jefferson Court to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. for $1,582. Anthony Nuccetelli sold property at 4406 McKenzie Drive to Nayli Ridener for $142,500. Robert Magee et al. sold property at 2619 Pitcairn Road to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. for $3,215. Estate of Barry Quinones sold property at 4922 Point Circle Drive to Federal National Mortgage Assn. for $1,659. Fred Hrabak sold property at 250

Poplar St. to Charles Ilgenfritz for $10,000.

Murrysville

Albert Schaller sold property at 6305 Beighley Road to Michael Cline for $105,000. Grace Berriker sold property at 3910 Bridgewood Circle to Thomas and Susan Costa for $135,000. Vivian Johnston sold property at 3885 Brookside Lane 104 to Michelle Gasbarro for $122,000. Paulin Frederic Viaud sold property at 5000 Cole Road to Cartus Financial Corp. for $434,000. Cartus Financial Corp. sold property at 5000 Cole Road to Gregory and Chantelle Filotei for $434,000. Deneen Pavlik sold property at 4103 Dundee Drive to Christopher and Jennifer Borders for $225,000. Summerhill Development L.P. sold property at 3844 Goudie Lane to Bradley Roth for $252,500. Mike Hufnagel sold property at 5063 Harvest Drive to Jonathan and Joanna Demarest for $244,000. Donna Galm sold property at Nature Trail Lane to Ralph and Darlene Beatty for $130,900. NVR Inc. sold property at 2312 Wheatland Circle to Matthew and Marcie Yohe for $328,895. NVR Inc. sold property at 2414 Wheatland Circle to Michael and Rachel Lukcic for $312,054.

North Huntingdon

Willow Glenn Development Co. sold property at 1038 Bedford Road to Gary and Mary Louise Bittner for $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $269,900). Gertrude Weitzel sold property at 11031 Bluebird Drive to Andrew Gary and Beth Ann Moyer for $55,000. Colony Norwin LLC sold property at E. SR 30 to Massie Realty Holding Co. LLC for $1,875,000. Dennis Durmis sold property at 1071 Finchley Road to James and Kate Pawling for $275,000. NVR Inc. sold property at 10741 Gasson Drive to David and Kelly Emro for $381,425. PHMAC Mortgage Co. Inc. sold property at 2060 Guffey Road to John Lechliter for $74,900. Maronda Homes Inc. sold property at 1880 Haflinger Drive to James Morrow III and Patricia Morrow for $355,125. Matt Brinker sold property at 9017 Hill Drive to Tracy Wilson for $197,000. Timothy Enright sold property at 2285

Lancelot Drive to Gary Toth for $154,900. Bright Horizons Inc. sold property at 160 Oakmont St. to Lisa Roe for $12,900. James Green Jr. sold property at 451 Peregrine Drive to Weichert Relocation Resources Inc. for $255,000. Weichert Relocation Resources Inc. sold property at 451 Peregrine Drive to Thomas and Jane Jasko for $255,000. Marilyn Brouwer sold property at Robbins Station Road to Timothy and Kathleen Kurhansky for $147,000. Thomas Clark sold property at 10750 Route 30 to Irwin Self Storage LLC for $350,000. Estate of Julia Cook sold property at 2092 Shaw St. to Ryan Meals for $105,000. Shag Bark Grove Real Estate L.P. sold property at Stella De Oro Drive to Donald and Donna Johnson for $40,000. Robbin Cortese sold property at 10269 Washington Ave. to National City Real Estate Services LLC for $2,237.

Oakmont

George Thompson sold property at 839 12th St. to Paul and Meagan Mroz for $450,000. Daniel Ross Enterprises sold property at 324 Delaware Ave. to Standard Equity LLC for $455,000. John Young sold property at 543 Edgewood Ave. to John Reilly for $175,000. Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. trustee sold property at 71 New London Lane to Charles Edward Murdock for $71,000.

Penn Hills

Randy DeMartini sold property at 2625 Atlas St. to Jerrie Brown for $71,900. Nick Roman sold property at 119 Austin St. to Donald Snyder Jr. and Rebecca Snyder for $78,500. David Edward McCann et al. sold property at 117 Bellevue Drive to Jacqulyn Marie Arenth for $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $24,102). Francis Shrum sold property at 6 E. Lemington Ave. to Barbara Brooks for $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $13,806). Azmat Qayyum Panahiazar sold property at 2812 Ford Ave. to Piracha LLC for $15,000. Timothy Rogers sold property at 435 Garlow Drive to Federal National Mortgage Assn. for $1,628. Estate of Ahmed Saeed sold property at 3841 Green Valley Road to Federal National Mortgage Assn. for $1,572. Wilmington Trust Co. trustee sold property at 12022 Harvard Drive to A & J Holdings LLC for $22,000.

A & J Holdings LLC sold property at 12022 Harvard Drive to LA Homes LLC for $25,000. Todd Reish sold property at 10406 Lindberg Ave. to Aaron Wetmore for $70,000. Federal National Mortgage Assn. sold property at 215 Lott Road to Bahram Panahiazar for $10,051. Penn Pioneer Enterprises LLC sold property at 8428 Park Way St. to Antoine Walker for $14,000. Estate of Kenneth Kos sold property at 115 Rosewood Drive to Bryan and Alexandra Krongel for $60,500. Federal National Mortgage Assn. sold property at 431 Thompson Run Road to Carolyn Hanner for $12,500. Linda Marra sold property at 169 Vetter Drive to Erik Gledhill for $76,000.

Penn Township

Gary Mangham sold property at 1024 Palm Court to James and Paula Sever for $320,000. Dennis Irwin sold property at 2067 SR 130 to Gerald Irwin for $25,000.

Pitcairn

Mohammed Zairoon sold property at 528 Fourth St. to Zaico LLC for $15,000.

Plum

O’Block Homes Inc. sold property at 150 Chavelle Court to Edward and Donna Liberto for $59,900. Old Leechburg Assoc. L.P. sold property at 215 Edenburg Drive to NVR

Inc. for $50,000. Matthew Perricone sold property at 316 Meadow Wood Drive to Matthew Trout and Jenna Montgomery for $196,000. Ruth Carolyn Pollitt Green sold property at 112 Nassau Drive to Michael Pugachow for $76,500. Anthony DeLuca sold property at 703 Rosewood Drive to Jason Pahel for $188,400. Mary Margaret Warnock sold property at 224 Shasta Drive to Federal National Mortgage Assn. for $1,567. Colonial Pointe Inc. sold property at Winchester Drive to Christopher and Shannon Cummings for $48,900.

Swissvale

Mon Valley Initiative sold property at 7222 Agnes St. to Brittany and Jessica Swartzwelder for $89,500. Federal National Mortgage Assn. sold property at 7024 Blackhawk St. to Gloria Manchego for $45,055. Thomas Jablon sold property at 2031 Lafayette St. to Darren Hvizdash for $44,000. Stella Andreoletti sold property at 7271 McClure Ave. to Sherif and Karen Mesiha for $66,000.

Trafford

David Hafer sold property at Forbes Road to Urban Properties for $100,000.

Turtle Creek

Realty Choice Investments LLC sold property at 300 James St. to Rahamim

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Amit for $35,000. Estate of Anna Elizabeth Taylor sold property at 1311 Maple Ave. to Talise Jones Ward for $13,000.

Wilkins

Estate of Mary Grace Nairn sold property at 328 Frazier Drive to Suzanne Lisanti and Tara Raposa for $71,500. Bahram Panahiazar sold property at 623 McMasters Ave. to Piracha LLC for $9,000.

Wilkinsburg

Visio SM L.P. sold property at 707 Lamar Ave. to Consuelo Murray and Kinyatta Mohammed for $8,500. Nathan Josephson sold property at 7553 Penn Bridge Court to William Brown for $64,000. Alexander Dow sold property at 1712 Atkinson Place to Matthew Edgar and Nicole Bielick for $135,000. Eugenia Sturdivant sold property at 1214 Coal St. to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. for $1,582. Jamal Garrison sold property at 1329 Marlboro Ave. to BLB Trading LLC for $1,633. Sallie Mae Hobbs sold property at 1841 Montier St. to Reginald Olivis for $6,000. Estate of Irene Ann Brychcin sold property at 2011 W. Kendon Drive to HSBC Bank USA NA trustee for $1,582. Daniel Bailey sold property at 815 Woodworth St. to Mitchell Lautman for $39,000. Real Estate Transactions provided by RealSTATs. Contact RealSTATs at 412-381-3880 or visit www. RealSTATs.net.

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PHOTOS: LILLIAN DEDOMENIC | FOR THE TIMES EXPRESS

Strange and unexplained things have been known to happen in the E.N. Miller Antique Mall building on E. Railroad Avenue in Verona — so strange that the Oakmont Paranormal Society has agreed to visit the site and do an investigation in the building Monday. Above: Brian Miller points out the wall on the thrid floor where ghost-like images have been seen. The image always is described as a little old lady with a white hair in a bun. At left: Several sightings of ghost-like images have been noted in this mirror on the second floor.

Paranormal group investigates unexplained phenomena

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Strange whisperings, heavy footsteps or mysterious shadows in an old building would send many people in the other direction, but not members of the Oakmont Paranormal Society. That’s right up their alley. The all-volunteer team is determined to find explanations for this type of phenomena by investigating potential paranormal activity in homes and businesses throughout the Pittsburgh region, director and co-founder Mark Bowan Sr. said. Bowan, of Oakmont, started the group with his fiancée, Carol Gerds of Oakmont, about a year and a half ago. They got involved in researching the subject after having their own unexplained experiences in different periods

Barbara Wagoner, lead investigator for the Oakmont Paranormal Society

of their lives. The idea for the group began when they were watching a few reality television shows on other paranormal search groups. “We saw the things that they were doing were obviously fake,” Bowan said. “Carol looked at me and said, ‘You know, we could do it better.’” With about 20 investigations

performed to date, the group consists of 10 active adult investigators and two junior investigators. Bowan, who works full time as a water-restoration technician, said ultimately, the group is there to help people troubled by things they can’t explain. Such is the case for current client Bryan Mcdade, who lives in a two-story, three-bedroom house

Mark Bowan Sr., director of the Oakmont Paranormal Society

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in Oakmont with his girlfriend Janet, and children Courtney, 14, and Stephanie, 2. “I was a skeptic of the whole issue until I started having experiences. You can’t deny what you see,” said Mcdade, 39. While picture frames and a painting have been knocked off walls, Mcdade is pretty sure it’s not the wind. He said there

have been times when he has felt someone watching him in the bathroom and or seen unexplained shadows. And there was the one night when he listened as something walked the same three steps on his staircase for two hours. “It’s a little creepy,” Mcdade said. “I’m the one it happens to all the time.” What bothers Mcdade and Bowan’s team the most is that a lot of things have happened in Stephanie’s room, where, Mcdade said, she wouldn’t sleep or play anymore. She would say something was in there with her and then got frightened when a peek-a-boo doll started operating one day despite months of not working because of old batteries.

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LEFT PHOTO: JACQUELINE SROKA, ABOVE PHOTO: OAKMONT PARANORMAL SOCIETY

Above: Mark Bowan Sr., director of the Oakmont Paranormal Society, sets up at an investigation site in Moundsville, W.Va., last October. At left: This is a photo of a investigation site in the basement of one of Oakmont’s oldest surviving buildings. The shadow “hand” is not a hand, it’s an entity forming, Bowan said. An entity also is trying to form in the upper right corner of the shadow Bowan said.

Paranormal society hosts meet-and-greet, investigates business

said. “If you feel that there is Mcdade found the group after something cold near you without spotting its logo on a member’s reason, chances are good it’s an What: Oakmont Paranormal car. He searched for the group’s entity. However, trying to catch Society meet-and-greet event. Facebook page and gave it a call. one on camera is another trick,” When: Noon to 5 p.m. Monday. So far, he said, the society has said Bowan, 42. Where: E.N. Miller Antique gone “above and beyond” to help Mall, 615 E. Railroad Ave., If the group does find somehim. And, he said, it got rid of Verona. thing it considers paranormal, some of the entities in the house Details: Call 412-828-3288, or it will give the owner of the with what Bowan calls a “banishemail oakmont.ghosts@gmail. home or business a document of ment ritual.” com. certification that the structure is While Mcdade said it seems as “haunted” and what methods it if some of the entities are gone, used to determine that. The group currently includes a few seem to be lingering. At In addition to just trying to Christians and Wiccans. this point, Bowan said, he has find proof if something is indeed “All of us with different contacted the priest of a local at a structure, Wagoner said, Catholic church for assistance on religions come together with the group members try to discover same decisions and same ideas,” getting the home cleared. why it is there. said Wagoner, 44. The process of exorcism is “What makes them stick While faith can play a role in “directed at the expulsion of around?” Wagoner asked. how they view a situation, the demons or to the liberation from Bowan said group members group has people who are more demonic possession through do these investigations free of “sensitive” to spirits, such as its the spiritual authority which charge because they are inter“lead psychic,” Dane Tarbi. And Jesus entrusted to his Church,” ested in the topic and want to according to the Catechism of the the groups uses a lot of scientific help people. It will, however, equipment to help show whether accept donations toward investiCatholic Church on the Vatican something unusual is there, website. gation costs, especially if the site Bowan said. Although Bowan is an requires long-distance travel. Some of the instruments ordained Wiccan priest, he said The most haunted places include digital cameras, digital he occasionally contacts a priest they’ve investigated to date, voice recorders and a K2 electroor someone else from a local Bowan said, would be the GibCatholic church for assistance, if magnetic field meter to measure son House in Greenville, Mercer unseen energy, Bowan said. Mem- County, and the former Sanford necessary. bers also use dowsing rods and a Barb Wagoner of Oakmont, Elementary School in Moundscrystal pendulum. lead investigator for the group, ville, W.Va. Also, one of the most effective said it doesn’t matter what reli“We had a lot of great, great gion members of the group are. tools is the five senses, Bowan activity,” he said about a visit

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to the Gibson House earlier this month. The house was built in the late 1800s, and all but one of the family members that lived there died in the home, including one son who accidentally shot himself while cleaning a rifle, Bowan said. And the house later was owned by a funeral home for a time, he said. While at the investigation, he said, an entity did not want him to go onto the third floor. He said he felt uneasy and cold. But being a “daredevil,” he pursued the third floor anyway. “It was the first time as a paranormal investigator that I was scared at an investigation,” Bowan said. “It was really, really intense.” He said the group plans to return for further investigation. The activity has become a family affair. Bowan’s son Mark Bowan II, 19, is a lead junior investigator for the group. For those who don’t believe in this sort of thing, Mcdade has a suggestion. “Volunteer to go with the paranormal society, and see what they do … they won’t be a skeptic anymore,” Mcdade said. The society always is looking for volunteers, Bowan Sr. said. It can be contacted via its Facebook

page, by calling 412-816-6011 or by emailing oakmont.ghosts@gmail. com. An upcoming opportunity for enthusiasts and skeptics to learn more about the society will take place from noon to 5 p.m. Monday at the E.N. Miller Antique Mall, 615 E. Railroad Ave. in Verona. The society will have a meet-andgreet session from noon to 5 p.m. and conduct an investigation in the building later that night, Bowan Sr. said. Brian Miller of Plum, the owner of the antique mall with his wife, Susan, said the building has been in his family since 1909. “Lots of times of times, people would say they’d see an old lady after we would close up for the day,” said Brian Miller, 51. The multifloor store features more than 70 antique dealers, and, Bowan Sr. suggested, an entity might have come in with one of the antiques. While his wife is convinced something is there, Brian Miller said, he’s not too sure yet. “I don’t know if I’m a big believer or not,” he said.

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HAUNTED HAPPENINGS

There’s still some time for area attractions this Halloween Allen’s Hayride

Allen’s Haunted Hayride runs through Wednesday. The attraction, now in its 33rd year, takes attendees on Route 666 through the woods and cornfields and into the haunted barn. A wagon departs every 15 minutes. There also are carnival rides, games and concessions. Hours are Friday, 7:30 to 10 p.m.; Saturday, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.; and Sunday, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $12 per person. Children ages 4 and younger are admitted free with an adult. Campfire site reservations and VIP tickets also are available. The attraction is located at 2430 Pittsburgh Road in Smock. For more information, visit www. allenshayrides.com.

Demon House

There are plenty of activities to keep Demon House visitors occupied on the haunted grounds, including campfires, food, hot apple cider, music and, of course, the house tour. The attraction also features an outdoor movie theater playing the best in horror. The cost is $17 per adult. Demon House is open Friday to Sunday through Nov. 3, as well as today, Thursday, and Wednesday. Hours are 7 to midnight Friday and Saturday and 7 to 10 p.m. the other nights. There is a special lights-out tour Wednesday, and Nov. 2 and 3. Glow sticks will be provided. The cost is $20. Demon House is located in Monongahela, directly off the Route 43 turnpike. For more information, visit www. demonhouse.com.

Freddy’s Haunts

The legend that started when a family bought property on an old Native American burial ground comes to life at Freddy’s Haunts, off Route 60, near Aliquippa. Hours are 7 to 10:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Admission is $10 for adults. Before a walk on the haunted

trail, guests can enjoy games such as “Blood Bath,” “Bone Toss,” “Skull Ball” and “Fishing for Eyeballs.” More information can be found at www.freddyshaunts.net.

Fright Nights

Kennywood’s final Phantom Fright Nights will be held from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Haunts include Voodoo Bayou, Mortem Manor, Kennyville Cemetery and Bio Fear. Tickets are $28.99 at the gate. Outside food or beverages and Halloween masks, makeup and costumes are prohibited. Fright Nights is not recommended for children younger than 13. For more information, call 412-464-9931, or visit www. phantomfrightnights.com.

Hallowboo

Not all Halloween attractions are scary. Hallowboo at Idlewild Park on Route 30, near Ligonier, takes place Saturday and Sunday. Park gates open at 11:30 a.m. Attractions are open from noon to 6 p.m. Guests can trick-or-treat in Story Book Forest and ride specially themed rides throughout the park. Other attractions are a haybale maze, concessions and fall decorations. Halloween-themed entertainment will be held throughout the day. Admission is $26.99 a person; children ages 2 and younger are admitted free. For more information, visit www. idlewild.com.

Haunted Hills Estate

Haunted Hills Estate visitors can participate in three attractions: Challenge Trail, Legends and Chamber of Chills. Hours are 7 to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 7 to 10 p.m. today, Thursday, and Sunday. Tickets are $14 per attraction, $18 for two and $22 for all three on Sunday and Thursday. Tickets are $15 per attraction, $20 for two and $25 for all three on Friday and Saturday. The estate is located on a 100acre farm at 236 Rolling Hills Estate Road in Uniontown. For more information call 724-984-5915, or visit www.

hauntedhillsestate.com.

Hundred Acres

Hundred Acres Manor returns on Hundred Acres Drive in South Park. The event is open daily through Tuesday. Among the haunts are Massacre Mansion, South Valley Hospital, The Family: Unearthed, The Maze and Brine Slaughterhouse. The box office opens at dusk, approximately 7 p.m., and closes at 11:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 p.m. the other days. General admission is $18, with VIP packages available. Special events also are planned. Visit www.hundredacresmanor.com for more information.

Laser Halloween

Carnegie Science Center hosts Laser Halloween shows through Nov. 3. The shows features ghoulish music including songs from “Addams Family,” “Ghostbusters” and “Beetlejuice,” as well as “Monster Mash” and “Time Warp.” The cost is $2 for members and $8 for nonmembers. The Science Center is located at 1 Allegheny Ave. on Pittsburgh’s North Side. For show times or more information, call 412-237-3400, or visit www.carnegiesciencecenter. org.

Night Creatures

Creatures of the Night will provide a nonscary Halloween experience from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve, 614 Dorseyville Road in Fox Chapel. The cost is $6 for members and $10 for nonmembers. The price includes crafts and refreshments. To register, call 412-963-6100. Those attending are encouraged to come in costume.

Rich’s Fright Farm

A haunted hayride, haunted mansion and terror maze highlight Rich’s Fright Farm, 2043 Springhill Furnace Road, Smithfield. Days are Wednesdays through Sunday. Hours are dusk to midnight on Friday and Saturday and dusk to 10 p.m. all other days. Admission is $19 for the haunted mansion, $15 for the hayride and $10 for the maze. Admission to all

three is $25. For more information, visit www. frightfarm.com.

ScareHouse

The ScareHouse, which features Hollywood-quality creatures, effects and sets, might be too intense for children under the age of 13, according to its website. There are three haunted experiences: Creepo’s Christmas in 3-D, The Forsaken and Pittsburgh Zombies, new this year. Hours are Friday and Saturday, from 7 p.m. to midnight, and Thursday and Sunday from 7 to 10 p.m. It also is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 7 to 10 p.m. The cost begins at $14.99. ScareHouse, open through Halloween, is located at 118 Locust St. in Etna. For more information, visit www. scarehouse.com.

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the Docent Council’s haunted house and Gymkhana’s Haunted Hideaway. There also will be a Halloween costume contest. Trick-or-treat bags will be provided to all children ages 13 and under until 3 p.m. Activities are included with general admission, which is $14 for adults; $13 for senior citizens age 60 and older; and $12 for children ages 2 to 13; children under 24 months are admitted for free.

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Terror Town

Terror Town, at 30,000 square feet, is Pittsburgh’s largest indoor haunted attraction. Hours are 7 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday and 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday, and today, Thursday. Tickets for Terror Town are $18.99. There also is a blackout night Tuesday. Blackout night, which is $18.99 and by reservation only, includes a flashlight. The entrance is on 17th Street, near the corner of Smallman Street in Pittsburgh’s Strip District. For more information, visit www. terrortownpgh.com.

Valley of Terror

Lonesome Valley Farms Valley of Terror features the haunted hayride with a maze trail and the Slotter Farmhouse and Barn. Tickets are $15 for the haunted hayride and trail, $12 for the Slotter Farmhouse and Barn or $20 for both. There also are two nonhaunted events, the Get Lost Corn Maze, from 6 to 10 p.m., and the Country Hayride, from 6 to 8 p.m. Tickets for the nonhaunted events are $8 for the corn maze and $7 for the country hayride. The attraction also features a pumpkin sling, a gift shop and concessions. The ticket booth closes at 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 9 p.m. 4X1-FIL-1

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B6 · OCTOBER 25, 2012 · GATEWAY NEWSPAPERS

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RONALD LADICK

It goes without saying that being a “grownup” is hard. Embracing adulthood and all of the responsibilities attached to it is one choice that human beings reach at different points of their lives. There are the extremes of youthful teenagers who are mature way beyond their years while grown men still embrace their inner Peter Pan and grown women compete with their daughters as to who can look best in the latest looks from Abercrombie & Fitch. Everyone else tends to have a maturational epiphany in the years somewhere in between. This is the message of “Liberal Arts,” a wistful ode to one’s college years that currently is playing at The Manor Theatre in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood. Writer-producer-director-star Josh Radnor’s cinematic conundrum is trying to understand that as much as college blessed him intellectually, it did very little to prepare him for the realities of actually living. Jesse Fisher is Radnor’s alter ego. By day, Jesse is suffocated by his job as an admissions director at a New York university, and in his spare time, Jesse finds less solace in relationships than he does in the world of books and bookshops. His professional and personal malaise is disrupted by a call from his past. Peter Hoberg (Richard Jenkins), one of Jesse’s favorite college professors, is retiring, and he calls to invite Jesse to offer

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a few words at his impending retirement dinner. Jesse returns to his alma mater (Ohio’s Kenyon College) and becomes somewhat nostalgic for a simpler time in his life, a time when he could be dazzled by the genius of lit teachers, such as Professor Judith Fairfield (Allison Janney), enveloped in the warm autumnal hues of the campus and lost in the possibilities of what his future life could be. Where did he go wrong? Jesse finds himself even more conflicted when he finds himself attracted to Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen), a precocious, classicalmusic-loving sophomore who also happens to be the 19-yearold-daughter of Hoberg’s dearest friends. At 36, Jesse is well aware of the significant age difference between himself and Zibby, yet for the first time since he graduated from college he thinks he has found someone with whom he truly connects. As he wrestles with issues of morality, Jesse also makes the acquaintance of two other students, Nat (Zac Efron) and Dean (John Magaro). Nat is sort of a cross between a stoner and a tribal shaman, someone who mouths pithy statements at Jesse that never seem to connect in the moment but which come to resonate within his consciousness at key moments. Dean is a student alienated by his own brilliance. He is a young

man whose genius translates into a bleak understanding of life that leaves him not so much enlightened as perpetually depressed. To his credit, Radnor directs his script and his actors without cool detachment, cynicism or irony. Instead, Radnor has a more wistful viewpoint of life and people that allows him to create a film filled with charming and humorous perspectives. That isn’t to say that “Liberal Arts” is not a film without thought and some wry insights. All of its characters, in fact, are at varying crossroads regarding their own maturity. Hoberg, for example, finds himself paralyzed at the thought of living outside of the insular security of his life in academe, while Fairfield, one of his colleagues, lives her life as a cynic yet is not beneath seducing students for temporary companionship against cold and lonely nights. Radnor populates the film with great actors who show they are more than capable of playing actual adults capable of legitimate thoughts and emotions. And at the head of the class is Olsen, who, looking like a cross between a young Faye Dunaway and Kathleen Turner, is nothing short of captivating, stealing every scene she is in. Olsen’s performance is a starmaking turn. So as is Radnor’s efforts to build a film for anyone who loved college and learning and who still embraces adulthood in spite of it.

Ronald Ladick is a contributing columnist for Trib Total Media.

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Fall Family Day

Historic Hanna’s Town will host its Fall Family Day on Saturday. The event features a discussion of debunked American history myths, a “Frontier Fashion Show” and more. Historic Hanna’s Town, located three miles north of Greensburg at 809 Forbes Trail Road, will be open for guided tours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., including a cemetery tour at 1 p.m. Admission is $5. For more information,

call 724-532-1935.

FEMC recital

The Friday Evening Music Club of the Greensburg area will host its October recital tomorrow, Friday, at 7:30 p.m. at the Campana Chapel and Lecture Hall on the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg campus, 150 Finoli Drive in Greensburg. The concert will feature pianist Sylvia Andrae who will perform two of Cecile Chaminade’s “Six Romances, Opus 76.” Andrae’s daughter, Christina, will join her onstage to play two movements from the CharlesMarie Widor “Suite for Flute. The recital also will feature pianist Renee Seamone, soprano Sabina Balsamo, pianist Josiane Merlino, mezzo-soprano Cynthia Ortiz and pianist Matt Klumpp. Admission is free for members. Nonmembers are

asked to give a donation at the door. For more information, call 724-837-5474.

Relay for Life fundraiser

Max & Erma’s Restaurant, 2740 Mosside Blvd. in Monroeville, will host a Nov. 8 fundraiser for the Pittsburgh East Relay for Life. Max & Erma’s will donate 20 percent of all sales that day for customers who present a fundraiser flier when ordering. The fliers are available at Monroeville-area cancer centers, including Forbes Regional and UPMC East. Fliers also can be obtained by calling 412-919-1054 or 412-512-0533. The Pittsburgh East Relay for Life covers the communities of Plum, Penn Hills, Monroeville, Turtle Creek, Wilkins Township and Edgewood. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer

Society.

call 412-371-7421.

Friendship club trips ‘Air Force One’ The East Suburban presentation

Friendship Club will be making the following trips in the coming months: Nov. 10: “Christmas Trees and a Musical Gallery.” Nov. 24: “A Musical Mountain Christmas.” Dec. 2: “Christmas from Russia.” Dec. 5 to 7: “Christmas Lights and Grandeur.” For more information, call Lois Hebda at 412-8240857.

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Holiday craft show

South Avenue United Methodist Church, 733 South Ave. in Wilkinsburg, will host a holiday craft show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. There is no cost to attend. Crafts, refreshments and baked goods will be on sale, and a silent auction will also take place. For more information,

The Westmoreland County Historical Society will host “Air Force One — An Honor, Privilege and Pleasure to Serve” on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m., featuring John Haigh Sr., chief steward aboard Air Force One during the Carter, Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations. The presentation will take place at the Calvin E. Pollins Library, 362 Sand Hill Road, Suite 1, in Greensburg. The program is free to historical society members and $5 for non-members. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, or to make a reservation, call 724-532-1935, ext. 210.

Norwin Class of ’93

The Norwin High School Class of 1993 is planning

its 20-year class reunion for the fall of 2013. The reunion committee is requesting classmate addresses so it can send invitations. Send current contact information to nor winhighschool93@gmail. com. For more information, join the Norwin High School Class of 1993 group on Facebook.

Technology open house

The Oakmont Carnegie Library, 700 Allegheny River Blvd., will host a “Technology Open House” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 1. Residents who have questions about the latest technology — items such as e-readers, tablets, smartphones and more — can speak to guest librarian Becky Price. There is no cost to attend. For more information, call 412-8289532 or visit www.oakmont library.org.

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MURRYSVILLE STAR · OCTOBER 25, 2012 · 27

Penalty kicks knock out FR girls soccer by

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Kicks from the penalty spot are sometimes referred to as a lottery that determines which team advances in a soccer tournament. But after battling evenly for 110 minutes with the No. 3 seed, Franklin Regional’s girls soccer team didn’t have the winning ticket. Franklin Regional went the distance tied 1-1 with a one-loss Bethel Park team, but the host Black Hawks moved on with a 4-3 win on the sixth kick of a shootout in the WPIAL Class AAA first round on Saturday. The Black Hawks (18-1-0) advanced to face Norwin in the quarterfinals on Wednesday, after this edition’s deadline. Franklin Regional’s season ends with an 11-8-0 record. “We definitely tried our all. There’s nothing more we could have done,” said junior Cassidy LeDonne, who scored FR’s goal in regulation. In the shootout, Franklin Regional took a 3-1 lead on goals by Jackie Cepicka, Melanie Renda and Beth Kozuch, while only LeDonne missed, shooting high. Only Alexis Keibler converted out of Bethel Park’s first three kicks, which included a great save to her left by FR’s Kristen Moore to stop A.J. Baroffio, the Black Hawks’ goal scorer in regulation. Needing to convert to extend the shootout, Halle Hammer fired a hard shot to Moore’s left. The FR keeper got a hand to the ball but couldn’t stop the ball from reaching the side netting. “She just hit it hard enough and to the right spot where you can’t fully extend your arm,” Moore said. “It was a good kick.” Haley Zeliff kicked fifth with a chance to win it for the Panthers, but Bethel’s Alycia Jimenez made the stop to her right. Lauren Toth converted for Bethel Park to send the shootout to a sixth kick, and Jimenez made a second straight save to deny FR’s Hannah Smith despite protests from the Panthers players that Jimenez left her line early. That brought up Sarah Buczkowski for the Black Hawks, and the junior converted with a shot low and to her left. The disappointment was evident on the faces of many of the Franklin CONTINUED ON · 28

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Ringgold’s Nick Cichon tries to squeeze past Franklin Regional’s Tyler Schott, at left, and Morgan Grey during the teams’ WPIAL Class AAA first-round playoff game Monday at Ringgold’s Joe Montana Stadium.

Panthers advance with overtime win MATT GRUbbA

The lead lasted less than a minute, as Watson cashed in on a move down the left Having lost its section title on the side with a looping shot. final day of the regular season, Franklin “We withstood their challenge early,” Regional probably felt it was a bit underFranklin Regional coach Ryan Montseeded with the 12th seed. gomery said. “Ringgold’s guys were very After Monday, Ringgold might agree. physical and very determined to win. The Panthers twice tied the game with When they scored first, we were a bit goals by Ryan Watson and James Young shell-shocked.” before Danny Ferriero touched home a Ringgold again took the lead in the Blake Buccille cross in the 96th minute second half on a goal by Hunter Homa, to give Franklin Regional a 3-2 win on the but the Panthers had an answer when road over the No. 5 Rams in the first round Young hit a blast from 25 yards that found of the WPIAL Class AAA playoffs. the net. With the win, Franklin Regional (13-3-2) The teams played the remaining 28 advances to face No. 13 Canon-McMillan minutes of regulation and the 15-minute (15-4-0), which also was an upset winner first half of overtime without a goal, but by defeating Central Catholic, 1-0. That less than a minute into the second half, quarterfinal match is scheduled for 8 Franklin Regional booked its quarterfinal p.m. Thursday at North Allegheny High place. School. Young had a chance to score his second Early in the match, Ringgold (14-4-0) goal of the game after some build up, but established itself as a physical opponent, his effort rang off the post. Buccille was and in the 28th minute, the Rams took the there to chase down the rebound, and he lead with a long-range goal off the foot of served the ball back across to Ferriero for Troy Dolanch. the winning finish. by

In the end, the Panthers moved on with goals from a sophomore (Watson), a freshman (Young) and another sophomore (Ferriero), who was assisted by a junior (Buccille). That FR’s younger players were able to respond under pressure bodes well for the program’s future, which begins with the immediate future against Canon-Mac. “What you hope for is that these guys that don’t have much playoff experience continue to step up,” Montgomery said. “We were a little nervous, but we didn’t get in over our heads early. It’s a testament to how talented these players are.” The challenge still will be great against Canon-Mac, whose four losses this year came in their section against Peters Township and Upper St. Clair. “We have to buckle down,” Montgomery said. “They came from a section with the top two (seeds), so they can play at a high level.”

Matt Grubba is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-388-5830 or mgrubba@tribweb.com.


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Regional players after the game, but there also was a moment to reflect on the successes had by a team with only five seniors on its entire roster. “We had a little trouble at the beginning because it was mostly young players, and we had to get used to playing with them,” said Moore, one of the five seniors. “Once we really got to playing together, we really worked well and we tried hard. A lot of people thought we would lose this game today easily, but we ended up losing in the last minute.” Even overtime seemed out of reach for a good portion of Saturday’s game, as Bethel Park took a 1-0 lead in the 21st minute. Keibler attempted a shot that was blocked in front of the Franklin Regional goal, but the loose ball popped over to Baroffio on the left side of the goal. Baroffio’s first rebound attempt was also blocked by the defense, but she was able to chase down the loose ball and poke it past Moore and into the right side of the net.

Bethel Park had the majority of the chances against a defensive-minded FR team that played much of the game with Renda alone up top as a holding forward. As the game moved into its final 10 minutes, the Panthers pushed forward more and it paid off. Katie Kimmich’s run toward the top of the box drew a foul from the Bethel defense and gave LeDonne a free kick opportunity just 25 yards from goal. The FR junior put a high shot on net that forced Jimenez to punch the ball over the bar. On the ensuing corner kick, Zeliff swung the ball into the 6-yard box from the lef, where LeDonne headed the ball past Jimenez into the near side of the goal. “(The defender) was marking me tight, and I just faked one way and went straight for the goal,” LeDonne said. “One of their players got a tip on it, which threw me off a little, but I was able to get full power into it and it went into the goal.” Matt Grubba is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-388-5830 or mgrubba@tribweb. com.

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Teams from the Route 8 corridor have given Franklin Regional football some trouble this year. The Panthers suffered only their second loss of the season last Friday, as they fell on the road against Hampton, 17-13, in a Greater Allegheny Conference battle for first place. The loss means the No. 8 Panthers (6-2, 5-2) are eliminated from contention for the conference title, which will go to the winner this Friday between the two teams that have beaten Franklin Regional — Hampton and Mars (both 7-1, 6-1). Franklin Regional, meanwhile, closes out its regular season with a home game against lastplace Derry (1-7, 0-7) at 7 p.m. this Friday, but the Panthers still have much on the line. “There’s a lot to play for. We still have a chance to get a home playoff game,” Franklin Regional coach Greg Botta said. “We could very easily be undefeated right now. Both of the games we lost, we let them slip through our fingers. “If I was one of our players, I’d be very angry, but you have to take that anger and put it into working hard for the next game.” With wins by Franklin Regional, Knoch and Hampton this week, second place in the conference would be determined by tiebreaker points, which could end up favoring the Panthers. Even without that set of results, the Panthers still have a chance to be one of the two third-place teams in Class AAA that will get a home playoff game, something Botta hopes to earn. “I think it’s extremely important to get that first (playoff) game at home,” Botta said. “Some teams don’t travel very well. We have a very good home record the last few years, and it will be great to fill the stands with our fans for a playoff game.”

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Running back Paul Emanuele tries to escape from a Hampton defender during Franklin Regional’s 17-13 loss on the road on Friday. Against Derry, the top objective for the Panthers’ defense will be stopping Josh Wannamaker, the senior running back who is the Trojans’ top rusher, top receiver and one of their leading passers. On the other side of the ball, Franklin Regional should have no problem moving the ball against a defense that has given up the most points of any Class AAA team. But the first thing Botta wants to see from his team is elimination of the mistakes that cost them against Hampton. “We kept shooting ourselves in the foot. It was one of those games

where we had opportunities,” Botta said. “We had a guy open in the end zone, and the ball bounced off his fingers. We had an interception right before halftime. The difference was that Hampton made the plays, and we didn’t.” Hampton quarterback Jon Nigro finished 10-for16 for 243 yards, while Franklin Regional quarterback Nico Lodovico threw for 133 yards and a touchdown to Charan Singh, but he also had three interceptions. Talbots receiver Eddie Edwards finished with 152 yards, as the usually stout Panthers defense gave up one too many big

plays in the first half to let Hampton pull out to a 17-7 lead. “Nico did not have one of his best games, and he’d be the first to admit it. Charan didn’t have a real good game, either, after he played a great game against Knoch,” Botta said. “My job now is to keep these guys’ heads up. We’re not going to be perfect every time. We’re still a very good team. It’s just a matter of regrouping and correcting the mistakes we made, starting this week.”

Matt Grubba is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-388-5830 or mgrubba@tribweb. com.


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The players who represented Murrysville at the 10th annual Pumpkin Classic on Oct. 14 at Seneca Valley High School were, in front, from left, Michael Nejak, Shawn McDonnell, Connor Cummins, Luke Stephens and Jake Gregory; and in back, Justin Naugle, Luke Myers, Jake Vasquez, Matt Gabrin, John Novak, Jeff LaSalle, Ben Bononi, Ryan Gabrin, Alex Paterson and Cole Seymour. Tanner Roberts also was on the team but did not play because of injury.

Local lacrosse team competes at SV

Members of the Franklin Regional boys lacross team represented Murrysville at the 10th annual Pumpkin Classic on Oct. 14 at Seneca Valley High School. The tournament featured 18 varsity-age teams from Allegheny and Westmoreland counties and was won by reigning WPIAL champion and host Seneca Valley. Murrysville’s team competed in four group stage games at the event, but it was unable to claim the top spot in its group to face Seneca Valley in the final.

Noble in HOF

Franklin Regional grad Cheyenne Noble was inducted last week into the Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Athletic Hall of Fame. A star women’s basketball player at Wentworth, she is the school’s all-time leader in rebounds (1,207), rebounding average (12.2 per game), double-doubles (64), games played and

games started (99). She also is among the school’s top five in points, steals, assists and points per game. After graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering technology and a short stint playing semi-pro basketball, Wentworth currently resides in Murrysville.

Little Panthers hockey

The Franklin Regional Little Panthers are still accepting registration for its teams in all age groups, from kindergarten through eighth grade. The program is currently in the middle of its dry land training sessions, and next month, it will begin on-ice practices and games. For more information on the program, contact Jeff Mauro at jeffmauro@ aol.com.

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Franklin Regional’s cross country runners

competed last Thursday at the Tri-State Coaches Association Championships at Cooper’s Lake in Slippery Rock, the site of the WPIAL Championships this Thursday. Kaitlyn Figurelli scored a top-10 finish for the Panthers, as her time of 19 minutes, 14 seconds, was good for eighth place. Also in the top 100 for FR’s girls were Danielle Vensel in 55th (20:36) and Katja Kochvar in 83rd (20:56). Luke Schott led the Franklin Regional boys with a 12th-place finish and a time of 16:30. Also in the top 100 for FR’s boys were Ian Griffith in 76th (17:25) and Brett Trottier, who finished exactly 100th (17:36). The Panthers were strong in the team standings, as they faced a field of more than 60 WPIAL and non-WPIAL teams. Franklin Regional’s boys placed 10th, while the girls placed 16th. — Staff report

The Franklin Area Swim Team donated $5,000 at the Franklin Regional School Board meeting on Sept. 24 toward the new timing system being installed at the school district’s pool. The team, which has swimmers from ages 6 to 18, has long been a feeder program for FR’s school teams. Pictured with the check to the school district are, in front, from left, Dave Remaley, FR athletic director Zach Kessler, Eva Tiskus, FAST coach Jodi Horvath and Sue Schon; and in back, Kathy McFadden, Erin Rizzer and FAST coach Lucas Marsak.

Fifth week of dek hockey completed The Murrysville Dek played its fifth week of its early-fall session for the Cadet, Beaver and Penguin Divisions.

Cadet Division RED 4, BLUE 3 (SO)

Tyler Stevenson scored two goals, and Jeffrey Yurek scored one goal for Red in regulation. Assists came from Jay Lee with two and Josh Hordubay with one. Stephen Gruss scored two goals and one assist, and Evan Yurko scored one goal and one assist for Blue. Assisting one of Gruss’s goals was Jakob Lefchik.

Beaver Division

GREEN 2, BISCAYNE 1 (SO) Liz Wernert scored for Green in regulation, and the assist came from Zachary Wernert. Noah Schlessinger scored for Biscayne and assisting the goal was Jeremy Lucas.

GOLD 4, SILVER 2

Vinny Esposito and Marc Montalbano scored one goal and one assist for Gold. Also scoring for Gold were Marissa Montalbano and Adam Stasko. Assists came from Taren Boyer and Alexander New. Jack McKenzie and Alex Turowski scored for Silver and assisting McKenzie’s goal was Tyler

Ramus.

BLUE 4, VEGAS 1 Jason Reber scored a hat trick and one assist, and Brendan Majocha scored one goal and one assist for Blue. Assists came from Ryan Stackiewicz and Scott Yurek. Scoring the only goal for Vegas was Hailey Adamik, assisted by Andrew Adamik.

RED 3, PURPLE 1

Jayda Mears scored one goal and two assists for Red. Also scoring for Red were Aidan Carlisle and Scott Pike. Assisting one of Mear’s goals was Sam Seargo. Ryan Esquino scored the only goal for Purple, and the assist came from Dominic Rocco.

WHITE 4, LIME 3 (SO)

Jake Sepe scored a pair of goals and one assist for White. Also scoring in regulation for White was Connor Mowry, with a goal and one assist. Scoring for Lime were Antonio DeMarchis, Tony Manso and Luke Russman. Assisting two goals was Mark Glover.

Penguin Division LIME 6, WHITE 5 (SO)

Scoring for Lime in regulation were Brandon Svoboda with two goals and one assist, Nate Fetsick with two goals and

Antonio Damico with a goal. Nate Schlessinger scored a hat trick and two assists for White. Also scoring for White were Jacob Nelson and Josh Goldber. Assisting one of Schlessinger’s goals was Jonathan Bachner.

RED 2, PURPLE 1

Thomas Hanlon and Joshua Kapcin each scored a goal for Red. Assisting Kapcin’s goal was Dominic Caruso. Scoring the only goal for Purple was Karson Thatcher, assisted by Robert Thatcher.

GOLD 3, SILVER 1

Ryan Crombie scored two goals and one assist for Gold. Also scoring for Gold was Easton Schropp with one goal and one assist. Assisting on all three goals for Gold was Nicholas Martucci. Scoring an unassisted goal for Silver was Zach Ridilla.

GREEN 5, BISCAYNE 1

Zach Abdallah scored two goals and two assists for Green. Also scoring for Green were Sammy Scherpereel, Ian Sunny and Nicholas Turowski. Assisting one of Abdallah’s goals was Troy Abdallah. Scoring the only goal for Biscayne was Joe Bosack, assisted by Damian Bearly.

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$0-$3,000

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$310 GUARANTEED CASH ON ALL CARS Must have Titles in Hand. FREE NOTARY

Included on all Purchases.

RUSTY HOOK TOWING 412-657-9522 www.rustyhooktowing.com

Junk/ Unwanted Vehicles Must Have Titles.

Minimum $325 Cash Paid.

BRICK POINTING/ WALL Repair. Whole House, Spot Pointing, Chimneys, Pressure Washing, Calking, Masonry, Brick replacement. 412-245-6518 PA#022905

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412-398-8646 www.towbyjoe.com BENDTSEN TOWING WANTED: Junk Cars & Trucks! Same Day Service! Prices Vary • Call for Quote! Notary Available. BBB Approved! 412-824-2071.

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JOYCE'S CLEANING Earn FREE Cleanings!! Same person always cleans. Wky, bi-wkly, month & 1 time clean. 724-359-8944

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412-518-2204

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MOST CA$H PAID for Junk, Unwanted, Scrap & Repairable Vehicles. Title a Must! Free Towing. No Hidden Fees. We Pay What We Say! 412-651-9334

On Your Unwanted Cars, Trucks or Vans

HAS YOUR BUILDING SHIFTED Contact Woodford Bros., Inc. for straightening, leveling, foundation and wood frame repairs at 1-800-OLD BARN. www.woodfordbros.com MDHIC #05-121-861

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$0-$3,000 GLOR PAYS MORE CASH 4 CARS, ETC. 412-861-0245

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ABSOLUTELY MOST CA$H PAID for JUNK/ UNWANTED CARS, SUV's, TRUCKS, RV's, BUSES, BOX TRUCKS. FREE TOWING. FREE NOTARY WORK. SAME DAY SERVICE. TROY HILL GARAGE 412-758-2853 GET AN EXTRA $10 WITH THIS AD

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$325 GUARANTEED CASH UP TO $3,000 Junk/ Unwanted Cars, Trucks. Title A Must! Free Notary. Nick's Towing 412-773-3783 Will Beat Anyone's Price!

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KITCHEN CABINET & GRANITE Factory outlet. All styles/ sizes. FACTORY DIRECT SAVES YOU MONEY! Information/Prices Call: 724-733-0099

COMPTONS CONSTRUCTION Concrete, Retaining Walls, Driveways, Steps, Patios, Sidewalks, Versa-Lok / Pavers. Fully Insured. PA#042372 412-824-5413

CONCRETE .

Driveways, Patios, Steps, Sidewalks, Walls, Versa-Lok, Omni-Stone.Stamped And More. Free Estimates. Fully Insured, 20 Years Experience! 1-888-751-5121 PA03949

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Classified WOOD FLOOR REFINISHING

Dustless, Repairs, Installations, We remove Squeaks. Free Estimates 412-245-7963.PA026655. Quality!

MOST AFFORDABLE CONCRETE Driveways, Sidewalks, Steps, Retaining Walls, Footers, Masonry. Insured. PA050618. 724-334-8353

CONCRETE & MASONRY FOUNDATION REPAIRS CHIMNEY RESTORATION BOBCAT & BACKHOE SERVICE Over 25 Years in Business Quality & Reliability. Driveways, Sidewalks, Patios, Porches, Retaining Walls, Chimneys, Brick, Block, Stone Work, Additions, Garages. Repair for all foundation problems, Interior & Exterior French Drains. Insured, Ref’s, Free Estimates. Michael Desiderato Contracting 724-863-8282 PA037327

""JUNK REMOVAL"" (7) DAYS A WEEK!!!

RUSCH GARAGE DOORS Repaired Springs/ Cables Promptly. Clopay Garage Doors/ Openers. Many Colors And Window Options Available. Most Doors In Stock. Call: RUSCH GARAGE DOORS. @ 412-793-5026 Or 412-366-3243. PA#022613wwwDOORZ.com

DeFran's "YOU NAME IT"

Awnings, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Gamerooms, Painting, Plastering, Hard Wood Refinishing, Floors, Ceramic, Laminate, Windows, Doors, Decks, Retaining Walls, Fence, Railings And More.

www. defransyounameit.com 412/657-3437, (PA065427)

ELECTRICAL WORK: Complete wiring, old/new, any size job, registered/insured, guaranteed work, 35+ years experience. PA51584. 412-576-3426 • 412-795-3152

COMPUTER PROBLEMS? VIRUSES, spyware, email, printer issues, bad internet connections. FIX IT NOW! Professional, U.S. based technicians. $25 off service. Call for immediate help. 1-888-864-9317

FULL MORTAR JOINTS: 32x24 standard. $80 installed. All sizes available. 24 years experience, professional workmanship. 100% guarantee. "Protect your home & family." Call today! U.S. Glass Block: 724-226-9777. PA41810. GLASS BLOCK WINDOWS Walls, shower stalls, full mortar joints. 10-year guarantee! Insured, free estimates. B&C Glass Block: 412-795-8890. PA011868.

PLUM GLASS BLOCK: Standard Panel without Vent- $75 (32x24 Plus Installation). All Windows Constructed with Full Mortar Joints. All Work Guaranteed! Free Estimates! Insured. Call 412-795-3588. PA010547. www.plumglassblock.com

DELL LAPTOP COMPUTER , super fast, excellent condition. Internal wireless card, DVD/ CD+ RW. Premium software bundle. Six month warranty. Original cost: $2175. Must sell: $399. 717-653-6314

MAG CONSTRUCTION & EXCAVATING: Excavation, Grading, Demolition, Retaining Walls, Roofing, Driveways, Site Clearing, Fencing, Remodeling. PA052607. 412-860-8856.

FENCE INSTALLATION SAFEGUARD FENCE- Custom Wood & Chain Link. 30 Years Experience. Free Estimates. 412-829-2171 • PA050449

JUNK BE GONE Unwanted Items loaded and removed. Metals free. Anything Accepted. Teardowns. 724-468-3443 (PA10852) www.junkbegonepittsburgh.com

Appliances, furniture, tv's, paint, sheds, carpet, shingles, etc... "ONLY $50 MINIMUM" Cash,Check,Visa,MC,Disc,Amex " DP 7 DAY SERVICES " 412-853-0064 WWW.DP7DAYS.COM (BBB Accredited PA#077765)

K&K HAULING: Whole House Basement, Garage/ Attic Cleanout. Complete Dump Truck Service. You Call, We Haul! Mark 724-396-5025; 724-864-2129

ATTENTION SLEEP APNEA SUFFERERS with Medicare. Get FREE CPAP Replacement Supplies at NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, prevent red skin sores and bacterial infection. Call 888-440-8352 SUBOXONE TREATMENT Confidential Insurance. Immediate Openings. Call 412-434-6700. www.theretohelp.org

AFFORDABLE BATHROOM REMODELING Update your bathroom as low as $3000. Replacing tubs/ showers, installing tile surrounds. Add a bathroom anywhere in your home even in your basement. JB PLUMBING 412-758-2098 724-600-5094. PA022427

Interior Remodeling: Kitchen, Bathroom, Finished Basements, Decks & Patios, Porch Roofs, New Additions, Garages & Stone Work. Fully Insured & Registered. David 724-610-6710. PA #088468

HANDYMAN WORK WANTED Kitchens, Baths, Furniture Refinishing, Odd Jobs. Fully insured. 30 yrs experience. No job too small. PA091762. Call Tom at 412-266-4236.

QUALITY WORK All Interior or Exterior Work, Electrical, Plumbing, Roofing, Painting & More! Will Beat Any Price. 412-552-0651 WORK WANTED: Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Painting, Plumbing, Odd Jobs. 25 Years Experience. 724-864-2150

SHARE YOUR HOME.

Show Your Love. Shape A Life. Become A Foster Parent. Families United Network, Inc. Foster Care & Adoption Services. www.families4kids.org 1-800-711-5963

COMPTONS CONSTRUCTION Concrete, Retaining Walls, Driveways, Steps, Patios, Sidewalks, Versa-Lok / Pavers. Fully Insured. PA#042372 412-372-WALL (9255)

FREE LANDSCAPING DESIGNS Fall Retaining Wall/ Seeding Special, Clean-ups, Mulching, Planting Reliable • Insured • PA-20078 Free Estimates • 412-370-9070 View Photos at... www.PalatLandscaping.com

JIM'S LANDSCAPING Clean-ups, Fall re-seeding, mowing, planting, seeding, hedge trimming, weeding, shredded bark, regular maintenance. Call 412-371-3348.

KNOCKOUT

LANDSCAPING & EXCAVATING

FALL CLEAN UPS

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BARTON CONSTRUCTION

GOOD FRIENDS HANDYMAN Services Offers: Home Remodels, Flooring, Decks, Patios, Landscaping, Around The House Repairs. PA#073956. Ryan 412-526-9924.

FIRED? FORCED TO RETIRE? Demoted? Denied your pension? Sexually harassed at work? Laid off? Know your legal rights! Attorney Samuel Cordes 412-281-7991

FOUNDATION STATION *Wet Basements? *Cracked Walls? *Sinking Foundation? Free Estimates, Insured/ Guaranteed! Senior Discounts. PA03949 1-888-751-5121 www.foundationstationinc.com HOME IMPROVEMENTS!! Painting, Remodeling, Interior/Exterior, Roofing, Siding, Drywall, Tree Removal, Etc. Most Reasonable Prices Anywhere! Call Greg 412377-3028 PA# 060181

REMODELING

Interior/Exterior, Decks, Siding, Gutters, Roofing, Additions, Bathrooms, Gamerooms, Kitchens, Etc. Call George (412)795-3808 PA015062

Lawn Care, Rtaining Walls, Concrete Work, French Drain Specialist, Excavation/ Bobcat Services, Snow Removal, Fully Insured. Free Estimates. 412-480-4050 (PA9555200)

LANDSCAPING, HAULING/ MOVING, SNOW REMOVAL. 7242379542 MANGRETTA LANDSCAPING LLC. Fall Clean Ups, Aerating, Thatching, Re-Seeding, Snow Plowing, Walls & Fencing. Commercial & Residential. (412)795-8089 PA015409

MIKE'S MAINTENANCE & LANDSCAPING

Complete Landscaping & Design, Fall Clean-ups, Snow Removal Fully Insured

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YardGroomerz Landscape Construction

Excavating, Walls & Landscaping. Design, Installation & Maintenance. PA064654 Free Consultation

412-901-2212 YardGroomerz@hotmail.com

CORDWOOD

FULL $155 HALF $85 Seasoned/ Delivered .

SNOW PLOWING .

Daugherty Enterprises, Inc. PA021313

(724) 325-2211

SEASONED FIREWOOD: Mixed Hardwoods- $125, 4'x8'x18" Delivered & Stacked. 724-727-2817.

ANY TYPE OF JUNK REMOVAL Cleanouts, Demolitions, Yard Debris. Free Estimates. Junk Crew LLC. PA#074183. 412-523-2006. jeff@junkcrew.com

REMODELING & PAINTING by Dave Pivirotto: Kitchens, Baths, Basements. Interior & Exterior Painting. Commercial & Residential.Quality Guaranteed! Insured, Free Estimates. 412-795-4836 • PA045558

MOROW'S RESTORATION INC. Chimney Restoration, Pointing, Lintel Replacement, Wall Restoration, Concrete, 25 Years Experience. 724-335-3000 PA013962

AIRLINE CAREERS BEGIN here. Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech. FAA approved training. Financial aid if qualified. Housing available, Job placement assistance. CALL AIM. (888)686-1704 AIRLINE CAREERS BEGIN here. Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech. FAA Approved training. Financial aid if qualified. Housing available. Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 888-834-9715 ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home.* Medical, * Business * Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Call 800-510-0784 www.CenturaOnline.com ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE From Home. *Medical, *Business *Criminal Justice, *Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified.Call 1-800-494-3586. www.CenturaOnline.com ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice, *Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV Certified. Call 888-220-3984 www.CenturaOnline.com BUNDLE & SAVE on your CABLE, INTERNET PHONE AND MORE. High Speed Internet starting at less than $20/mo. CALL NOW! 800-291-4159

DUNN'S PAINTING & STAINING • Gutter Cleaning • Pressure Washing • Wall Repairs Fully Insured. Git-R-Dunn! 724-515-7489 or 724-863-5938. PA036027.

•GORMAN PAINTING• Specialize in Aluminum Siding, Vinyl Siding, Trims, Awnings, Interior Painting, Chimney repair, Tuck Pointing, Waterprooing. Licensed / Insured, 25% discount with ad. PA094778. 724-260-8721

HARRY'S PAINTING. Neat, Quality Workmanship. Reasonable Rates. Free Estimates. Fully Inusred. 724-733-4161 PA#018283

INNOVATE! Average Room..$50. Experienced. Insured. Free Estimates. AFFORDABLE PAINTING. Dale 412.795.6107. PA027734 1X25-FIL-3

JUGOVIC CONSTRUCTION CO. Driveways, Walks, Patios, Retaining Walls, Etc. 27 yrs exp. PA019550 Insured 412-374-0688

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STAUFFER PAINTING Interior, Exterior. Aluminum siding refinishing, carpentry, replacement windows. Free estimates. Insured pa#052362 724-863-4717

PLASTERING & INSULATION

CASH FOR CARS :All Cars/ Trucks Wanted. Running or Not! Top Dollar Paid. We Come To You! Any Make/ Model. Call For Instant Offer: 1-800-864-5960 DIABETIC TEST STRIPS . CASH PAID-UP TO $27/BOX for unexpired sealed DIABETIC TEST STRIPS! 1 DAY PAYMENT & PREPAID shipping. SE HABLA ESPANOL.Emma 1-888-776-7771 .www.Cash4DiabeticSupplies MEDICAL CAREERS BEGIN here. Online training for Allied Health and Medical Management. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. . Call 800-510-0784 www.CenturaOnline.com MUSIC LESSONS FOR ALL AGES! Find a music teacher! TakeLessons offers affordable, safe, guaranteed music lessons with teachers in your area. Our prescreened teachers specialize in singing, guitar, piano, drums, violin and more. Call 1-888-7060263! WORK ON JET ENGINES . Train for hands on Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified. Job placement assistance. Call AIM (866)854-6156

New Work & Retrofit Residential & Commercial Hard coat, Venetian & Ornamental Plaster ~~~~~~ Blown in Cellulose & Spray Foam Houses, Additions, Metal Buildings, Barns

Insured & Free Estimates

BILL MEROLA CO.

4th Generation Co. PA#955

412-795-0357

merolacompany.com PLASTERING

TARANTINI PLASTERING Repair, Remodel, New Construction. Over 36yrs Exper. Fully Insured, Free Est. PA032513 412-372-4210

ACCURATE SEWER CLEANING. Drains Guaranteed Opened. $70. Also Hydo-Jet Service. 25 Years Experience. 412-8248085 412-370-9844 PA#023523 !

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS-CLARINET, FLUTE, VIOLIN, Trumpet, Trombone, Amplifier, Fender Guitar $70 each. Many others at similar savings. 516-377-7907 **OLD GUITARS WANTED!** Fender, Gibson, Gretsch, Martin, Prairie State, Epiphone, Guild, D'Angelico, Stromberg, Rickenbacker, Mosrite and Gibson Mandolins/Banjos, 1920's thru 1980's. TOP CASH PAID 1-800-401-0440

Master Plumber, Licensed, Insured, Residential Repairs/ Service, Reasonable! Senior Discount! Visa/MC Accepted. PA005177 (412)823-8026 ! (412)874-0527

PLUMBING

REGISTERED. INSURED. Service/ Repair. Sewer Cleaning. No Job Too Small. Quality Work. Reasonable Prices. Senior & Veterans Discounts. Evenings/ Weekends NO Extra Charge. Chuck 412-8282460 Emergency Contact 412805-9301 PA#013855


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COMPTONS CONSTRUCTION Retaining Walls, Versa-Lok, Ties and Stone Walls. Concrete Work. French Drains. Fully Insured. PA#042372 412-372-WALL (9255)

UNIQUE PHOTO GIFTS! Log on today. 1X75-FIL-10

WWW.KINNEYLANDSCAPING.NET 10 Years Exp. in Walls/ Pavers, Natural Stone, Fencing, Lawn Service. Insured. 412-720-4073 PA#013705

ALL ROOF REPAIR EXPERTS. Leaks Fixed, Gutters Repaired, New Roofs Installed (All Types). Fast Response. Insured. Senior Discount. Free Estimate. Credit Cards Accepted. 412-999-0191 (PA#011877) ANGELS CONSTRUCTION (PA094397) Local Family Owned Quality Roofing Co. Fully Insured, Roofing, Siding, Gutters, Downspouts, Soffit/ Fascia, Windows & Doors & Inside Repairs. Call For Free Estimate 724-205-1053, 724-205-1038

CHEAPER TREE REMOVAL/TRIMMING . STORM DAMAGE. Firewood ($100/Cord) Stump Grinding, Lot Clearing. Crane & Bucket Service. Snow Plowing, Salting, Gutter Cleaning. Will Beat Any Written Estimate. Fully Insured. "No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small, We Do It All" 412-608-2865 PA#057299

! DOUG KRUSPER ! TREE SERVICE

Trimming, Removal, Topping, Stump Grinding. Insured, Free Estimates. 25 Years Exp. "No job too big or too small." PA#047560 724-733-4494 ! 412-798-9505

REMOVALS, LANDSCAPING, Fall Clean-ups. Trimming, Stump Grinding. Brush Chipping. 15 Yrs Exp. Insured. J&S ENTERPRISES, PA#026577; 724-327-6410, 412-793-4932

TREE CLIMBER

WALLPAPERING BY JANE Stenciling. Removal. Interior/ Faux Painting. Low Prices! Free Estimates. Insured. 724-238-8170

FOUNDATION STATION *Wet Basements? *Cracked Walls? *Sinking Foundation? Free Estimates, Insured/ Guaranteed! Senior Discounts. PA03949 1-888-751-5121 www.foundationstationinc.com "FREE MOLD TEST" Wet, musty basements are unhealthy and destroy valuable living space. Call today to learn more. 1-800-3432357. www.abetterchoiceinc.com PA377

**FOGGED OR BROKEN* * Insulated Windows and Patio Doors Repaired. Free Estimates. PA#026526; 412-795-7233/ 1-800-452-7709 ExpertGlassCompany.com

ROOFING FALL SAVINGS $125 per walkable overlay. Siding, Soffit, Fascia, Gutters, Downspouts, Windows,Doors,Decks, Patios. Interior Remodeling.Sacramento Contracting 412-448-3125PA#028060

TREE REMOVAL, TOPPING, Shrub Trimming, Brush chipping. Landscaping Insured. 10 years experience. PA#057063; O'CONNOR LANDSCAPING 724-325-1933

TREE SERVICE

Pruning/ Removals & Complete Tree Service, Stump Removal, Firewood. Insured. Accepting Credit! Admiral Tree Service 724-935-0999 www.admiraltree.com PA#024264

REMOVAL / TRIMMING STUMP GRINDING

BEECHNUT TREE SERVICE: Pruning/ Removal/ Stump Grinding. Certified Arborist On Staff. Free Estimates. Reasonable Rates. Insured. 412-609-9059 PA#027728 CHEAPER TREE REMOVAL/TRIMMING . STORM DAMAGE. Firewood ($100/Cord) Stump Grinding, Lot Clearing. Crane & Bucket Service. Snow Plowing, Salting, Gutter Cleaning. Will Beat Any Written Estimate. Fully Insured. "No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small, We Do It All" 412-608-2865 PA#057299

3 RIVERS TOOL COLLECTORS Antique Tool Show & Sale. Sun. Nov.4th (10am-2pm) Stewart Hall @ Harmony Museum Harmony Pa Admission $2 HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW Norwin Elks, 135 Elks Lane, Irwin (Manor) 15642. Sunday 11/18, 10am-4pm. Crafters, Vendors & Buyers Wanted! $20/ 8 Foot Table. (To Reserve A Table Please Send Check For $20 For Each Table. Payable To Norwin Elks To Address Above. Reference Holiday Craft Show) Members & Non Members Welcome! Food & Drinks Available. For More Information Call 724-863-3000 Or Visit norwinelks.com

!ADOPT! College Sweethearts, Successful Photographer & Writer (future stayhome-mom) yearn for 1st baby. Julie, Expenses paid. !!!1-800-997-1720!!!

!! ADOPTION !!

Loving dad, fun mom, cool big brother promise a life of love and adventure for a baby. Lori & Mike 1-888-499-4464

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CORDWOOD FULL $155 HALF $85 Seasoned, Dry

SNOW PLOWING/ SALTING .

Daugherty Enterprises, Inc. Fully Insured PA021313 .

Serving YOU For 29 Years .

(724) 325-2211

GINNY'S INTERIOR PAINTING: Wallpapering, Stripping, Stenciling & Handyman Service Avail. PA19481 724-238-6978

SPITFIRE EX COMPACT SCOOTER chair with basket, never been open, never used $800 (412)596-9375 STORM DOOR- Anderson #4000 series,white aluminum, 36"w x 80"h, thermopane removable glass, brass lock, matching screen and all hardware, 2 yrs old, $250. 412-795-1041. COAT: ANNEKLEIN-II All Wool, Petite, Navy Blue Double Breasted Long Coat, Made In USA Worn Once! $79.99, 412-795-3328

JACKET, RUSTY WALLACE Nascar (SL). Like New, Paid $400, Sell For $35. 412-417-0739 LOSS ACCESS--ADVOCATES FOR GRANDPARENT/ GRANDCHILD CONNECTION, Support Group/ Connecting "Others Who Lost Access To Grandchildren" PennHills Library, Last Wednesday's Monthly, palostaccess@yahoo.com 412-517-8257 MOVING AHEAD Brain Injury Support Group, 2nd. Tues. Of Mos, 7PM, Harmarville. 412-6704861 412-512-8595

ATTENTION DIABETICS with Medicare, Get a FREE talking meter and diabetic testing supplies at NO COST, plus FREE home deivery! Best of all, this meter eliminates painful finger pricking! Call 866-955-7746. BUY GOLD & SILVER COINS - 1 over dealer cost. For a limited time, Park Avenue Numismatics is selling Silver and Gold American Eagle Coins at 1 over dealer cost. 1-877-631-6397

! HALLOWEEN ! Costume Blowout!

Prices between $9.99 to $59.99 Check out our selection of over 120 different costumes! Don't wear the same old boring outfit. Be Unique as a Baton Girl, Flapper, Flight Instructor, Taxi Driver, Movie Director, Cupcake, Construction Worker and Many More! Some costumes even light up! Regular, Plus sizes and Men's costumes available. Shop Early ... Sizes & Quantities are Limited. LADY GODIVA LINGERIE Penn Hills Shopping Center Rodi Road, 15235 (Exit 81, Parkway East). 412-243-5214 Check us out on Lady Godiva Lingerie

ARM CHAIR Oak, Early 20th Century, Queen Anne Style, Refinished, Upholstered Gold Colored Seat, Excellent!! $25, 724-327-6555

HEADBOARD, BRASS For Double Bed, Good Condition! $65, 412-856-1067 SOFA & LOVESEAT, Lazy Boy, Red & blue plaid. $100 for both pieces. 412-478-2490

FREEZER, J.C.PENNY UPRIGHT, 16 Cu Ft. Older But Great Shape! $79.99, 724-327-6627

TREE SERVICE AFFORDABLE!!!"THREE RIVERS TREE" 35% Summer $pecial. Shaping, Pruning, Lot Clearing, Stump Removal, Senior Discounts, Free Estimates. Fully Insured, 24 Hour Emergency Service 412-4226201 412-464-1298 PA#044598

MEDICAL ALERT FOR SENIORS: 24/7 monitoring. FREE Equipment. FREE Shipping. Nationwide Service. $29.95/Month. CALL Medical Guardian Today. 877-827-1331

FOR HIRE. I Remove Large Trees. You Dispose of Firewood/ Limbs. Insured. 724-776-4046 • PA055318

CECERE CONTRACTING Specializing In Roof Repair. New Roofs, Soffit & Fascia, Gutters & Downspouts, Carpentry 412-351-1855 PA#072071 GRABOSKI SERVICE, INC. Roofing, Siding, Soffit & Fascia, Gutters. Guaranteed Lowest Prices! 724-327-3153. PA454.

HIGHSPEED INTERNET EVERYWHERE By Satellite! Speeds up to 12mbps! (200x faster than dialup.) Starting at $49.95/ mo. CALL NOW & GO FAST! 1-888-9057621

TRAVEL PLAYARD, "CARTERS" Playpen With Changing Table, Pack-n-Play, All Brand New $50 For All 412-793-2438 BABY ITEMS: 2 single strollers, 2 double strollers, sterilizer, swing, bounce chair, Pottery Barn bedding set, highchair, more! 412-352-3907 TELEVISION SHARP 19" Great Condition! $20; Treadmill Manual, Steel Frame, 22"Wx49"Lx51"H, Works Great! $25; 412-373-8806 SATELLITE TV $19.99/MO . Direct To Home. Free Installation, FREE HD/DVR Upgrade. Credit/Debit Card Req. Call 1-800-795-3579 *LOWER THAT CABLE BILL! Get Satellite TV today! FREE System, installation and HD/DVR upgrade. Programming starting at $19.99. Call NOW 1-800-9358195 TV: "PANASONIC" WITH REMOTE, 22" Screen, Older Model, Cable Ready, Excellent Condition!, $10. Call 724-733-5701

PILLOW TOPS, MATTRESSES, New In Plastic With Warranty, $179, All Sizes Avail, Memory Foam & Gel Mattresses Avail, Bedroom 8 Piece, New In Boxes $699 Call (412)758-0874 DESK: COMPUTER DESK (4) Piece Solid Oak, Excellent Condition! $79.99, 412-551-8273 CHAIRS, PLANK BOTTOM (4) (2) Matching Pairs, Black, Good Condition! $50/All; Ladderback Chair, Good Condition! $10, 724-739-0092

TWIN BEDS COMPLETE with frames, excellent condition & clean. $150 for the pair or will sell separately (724)468-4183 QUEEN ANNE Diningroom Set, 7 Chairs, Table w/ 3 Leafs, China Cupboard & Buffet, Excellent, asking $200; Woodburner, Logwood 2421, Never Used, Firebrick Included, asking $250. 724-863-2381

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Save on full-face masks, selected mens' and womens' costumes. FACE MAKE-UP BUY 1 ... GET 1 FREE Also, see our selection of costume parts and kits, wigs, capes, fishnet hosiery, feather boas and shoes. Steeler Fans... we have your Black & Gold Face Make-up, boas, jewerly, shirts, towels, wigs, hats & MORE! Be that ultimate Steeler Fan this Halloween LADY GODIVA LINGERIE Penn Hills Shopping Center Rodi Road, 15235 (Exit 81, Parkway East). 412-243-5214 Check us out on

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MASSAGE TABLE, 6FT. With Wooden Legs $50, 412-373-2874

PRIDE LIFT CHAIR, green color, 1 year old, brand new condition $350 You haul away! (412)798-0264 BEDS! ! ! PILLOW TOPS , Plush, Memory Foam. 10 YEAR WARRANTIES!!! New, still in factory plastic. FULL $179; QUEEN $199; KING $245 (Twins Available) IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!! CALL (412)494-7351 FURNITURE for Bedroom, Living Room, Dining Room & Kitchen, Like New! Call 412-721-7219 HEADBOARD, KING SIZE Solid Brass. Headboard And Footboard, $79.00. Call Mike @ 412-526-8360 DIABETIC TEST STRIPS WANTED Check us out online! All Major Brands Bought. Dtsbuyers.com 1-866-446-3009 VCR TAPES "CHARLIE CHAPLIN" (2) Sets, (10) Tapes Per Set, $15 Both, 412-731-1076 JEWELRY BOX: WHITE With Legs, Mirror, Looks Like New, 2 Sides Storage Plus Drawers, $50. Call 412-798-2522

CABINET KNOBS, (35) White Ceramic Balls, Screws Included $25; (2) Bar Stools With Arms, Solid Wood, Swivels, $30, 724-327-2854 BIRDHOUSES Decorative,HaveOwn Themes, "General Store" "Fishing" "Antiques" "Company-9",4"Wx6"H All Wood, $5/Each 412-828-3099

READERS & MUSIC LOVERS. 100 Greatest Novels (audio books) ONLY $99.00 (plus s.h.) Includes MP3 Player & Accessories. BONUS: 50 Classical Music Works & Money Back Guarantee. Call Today! 1-877-407-9404

MOTOR CYCLE SEAT "HARLEY DAVIDSON" Fall Special!! Fits 1997 & Later, Very Nice!! Excellent Condition! $79.99, 412-823-1829

WINE BOTTLES: (2) Dozen $10; (2) Dozen 12" Amber Bottles $6; Broken Pottery For Mosaic, For Crafts, (1) Box $3, 724-733-4915 X-MAS TREE , 6' artifical, excellent condition. $50 412-680-2843 LAWNMOWER, GAS, "Murray" 22" Cut, Runs Excellent!! $65; Electric Heater, Works Good! Good For Winter!! $14.99 412-829-7554

ANTIQUE DINING ROOM SET, $1500. Antique sofa chair, mint condition, $1000. Roll top desk, secretary desk, Call Eves. 724925-3016

END TABLE $10; Brass Lamp $5; New Rose Flowered Double Sheet Set$8;(10)Jeans&DressPants, Size18, $3/Each 412-795-0913

POTTY CHAIR, PORTABLE, Adult. Like New, $15. 412-823-1449

LAWNMOWER, GASOLINE, 22" MTDBriggs/Stratton,SideDischarge, Serviced, Oil Change/Blade Sharp, Excellent! $60, 724-468-5844

VTECH VSMILE , with adaptor, games and hand held unit, good condition. $50 412-795-5368 COLORFUL GOURDS- small to large, .50 to $1.25, Cell 845-7978960 Herminie Area. COOKIE JARS (2) (1)Brown Cow With White Spots, Over 40 Years Old, Really Cute!: (1)Rooster, Colorful $20/Each, 412-793-0123 POLITICAL BUTTONS (100) Metal, Back To The 1960's, Most Presidential 1" & 2" $79 All, 412979-2337 HUMIDIFIER, $25; Gold Floor Lamp, (4) Lights $30; Large Crock Pot $25, All Work Well! 412-795-0085 COSMETIC BAGS: NEW! Different Colors And Sizes, (22) At $3.50 Each. Call 412-793-5008


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OAKMONT: Oct. 27-28, 10-4pm, 23 W. Crystal Dr 15139. Refrigerator Bedroom Furniture, TV, Knick Knacks, Glassware, Misc. Map App Code - 5409150

CRAFTERS WANTED: HOLIDAY BAKE SALE, CRAFT SHOW & FLEA MARKET. Church of the Resurrection, 455 Center Road, Monroeville; Saturday, December 8th, 9am-2pm. To reserve $15 table call Betty (724)733-4441 Map App Code - 5412594

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MONROEVIILE: (15146). 1155 Bucknell Dr. off of Haymaker Rd. Sat, Oct 27th, 9am-3pm. Baby, health care, fitness & household items. Leather coats, formal gowns & toys. Some furniture, clothing & outdoor items. Map App Code - 5413839

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WILKINSBURG Saturday 10/27, 8am-3pm. 2450 Laketon Road, 15221. Baldwin Bravo Organ & Bench, Piano/ Bench, Rocker, Mahogany Vintage End Tables, Accent Tables, Retro Lamp Pole, Desk, Loveseat & Queen Sofa/Bed. Lots Of Kitchenware, Dishes, Linens. Fans, Coolers, Coleman Heater, Coleman Stoves. Workmate, Stanley Tool Chest, Car Top Sport 15/ Sears. Christmas Decorations, Picnic Bench, Lawn Chairs, Grill, Umbrella Hedge Trimmer 17", Chain Saw 12", Utility Shelves, Metal Storage Cabinets, Small Kitchen Table, 2 Chairs, Tray Tables, Knick Knacks, Mason Jars, Milk Can....Lots More, View Pics On Estatesales.org ESTATE LIQUIDATION SERVICES Map App Code - 5412816

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PENN HILLS, FALL MULTI-FAMILY SALE. Oct. 27, 8AM-4PM. Rose Ave. (near the dead-end), 15235. Tons of stuff: books, DVDs, toys, home decor, Christmas decor/items, costumes, scrapbooking supplies & MUCH MORE! Map App Code - 5412351

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$$OLD GUITARS WANTED$$ Gibson, Fender, Martin, Gretsch. 1920's to 1980's. Top Dollar paid. Toll Free: 1-866-433-8277 ELECTRIC POLE SAW, (Chain Saw With Removable Long Handle) "Poulan" Rarely Used! $79.50, 412-824-6339

NORTH VERSAILLES: Saturday 10/27, 9am-1pm. Antiques, Clocks, Dishes, Cans. Cash Only. 1825 Howell Street, 15137 Map App Code - 5409485

PLUM: Saturday 10/27, 8am1pm. Power Washer, Fire Pit, Tires, Collectibles, Household Misc. 113 Cherrywood Drive, 15068, ( 724-334-1912) Map App Code - 5409444

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DELMONT OPEN WKNDS 1-4 Cherry Knoll Affordable New Construction, 2 Cul-de-sac St, Choice of Bldrs, Models Avail. Dir: Rt 22E to Rt 66N, R Freeport Rd to Development. Joe Yates, Sr or Jack Muzzie 412-856-2000 RE/MAX Realty Centre MONROEVILLE $239,90 Open Sun 1-3pm Custom Built 4 BR, 2 ½ Bath 2 Sty! Fam Rm, Game Rm, 1st Flr Lndry & More! Appx 2700 SqFt, Side Walk Community. Old Wm Penn Hwy to Center Rd, L Logans Ferry, R to 229 Leaside Dr. Call Joe Yates, Sr. 412-856-2000 x128 RE/MAX Realty Centre

NORWIN SCHOOLS! $116,900

Stunning Renovation! New Roof, Windows, Electrical & Flooring! First Floor Laundry, Shows Like a Model! OPEN SUNDAY 10/28, 1pm-4pm! 1277 Sixth St., Westmoreland City (15692) #1 CHOICE R.E.

DELMONT Franklin Regional School, $114,900 large 2br, 1 car garage, updated kitchen with all new appl, hardwood & ceramic floors. Move in ready! Details & Pictures (412)680-7367 PENN TWP. SCHOOLS! $139,900 House Beautiful! New European Style Kitchen w/ Corian Counters. Professionally Landscaped! 1/2 Acre Lot! #1 CHOICE R.E. 724-863-3950 ext. 51 Marian 412-377-2535

EXPORT Condo for rent, 2 BR, 2.5 BA, 1 car garage, $1000 + utilties, references, credit check 724-396-1743 VERO BEACH, FL 2nd fl condo, 55+ community, January- March rental (additional months available). 1bdrm, close to beaches/ shopping. Furnished, pool, activities. $1000+ /month. No Pets 412-583-7845

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Sat. & Sun., Oct. 27 & 28, 8a-1p 13661 Ridge Road, North Huntingdon, 15642 (DIR: Lincoln way to Oak Hill to R on Ridge.) Rocker, Hummels, retro sofa, cookbooks, Lifetime cookware, dining room set, glassware, linens, tools, sweepers, misc. furniture, medical equipment, records, sewing machines, ladders, rotisserie grill, ping pong table, lanterns and MUCH MORE!

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CLARINET,FLUTE,VIOLIN , Trumpet, Trombone, Amplifier, Fender Guitar $70 each. Cello, Upright Bass, Saxophone, French Horn, Drums $190. ea. Tuba, Baritone, Others. 1-516-377-7907

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MOUNTAINVIEW APTS Open List Now Available 3Bdr Hud Apts For Applications Go To 1592 Crucible St., Pgh PA 15205 Call 412-625-6000 Ext 2 MONROEVILLE 1 bedroom, 1 bath, newly remodeled, extra storage, laundry hook ups, small yard, equip kitchen, no pets/smoking. $585 includes all utilities No vouchers 412-4034614

Greensburg - Great Area!! Laurel Apartments 1 bedroom, air, laundry, No pets $475. 724-850-1626

MARKHAVEN APARTMENTS

740-746 Robbins Station North Huntingdon 15642

PLUM: 4 BR, LR, Familyroom w/ Fireplace, Kitchen, DR, 2 Car Garage, Fenced Back Yard. $1200+ Utilities, Security Deposit, 412-480-1790

1&2 BR fully equipped apts, utilities included. Individually controlled heating & A/C, coin-op laundry facility. Parking on site. 24hr emergency maintenance service. Resident pays only 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent.

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APOLLO: Indoor storage, $50 per mo. Suitable for motorcycles, jet skis, etc. 412-302-4524 PLUM BORO, Storage building, 32'x24', 14' ceilings, man door and 10'x12' garage door. $425 monthly. No water on premises. Electric available. Great for contractors or storage only. 412-855-9729, 724-325-8479

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HAVANESE PUPPIES- ready now. 1st shots/wormed. $1000. 412952-0502 YORKIE PUPPIES: Adorable! Non-shedding, Shots/ wormings up to date. Call 412-398-0198.

Retail Inventory

Quantum Services, a nat'l inventory co., seeks F/T Auditors for phys. inventory of convenience stores in Monroeville area. M-F, 1st Shift, $9-11/hr + Benefits. To apply go to www.careers. quantum-services.com The Penn-Trafford School District is seeking Substitute Custodians for all shifts as needed. Must be available for "on call" on weekends and holidays as needed, $9.75/hr. Interested persons should forward Letter of Interest to: Penn-Trafford School District Attn: HR, PO Box 530 Harrison-City, PA 15636 EOE

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Full or part time. Call ask for Emily or Debbie at 412-798-5297 Cozy Inn Pet Resort, Plum

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Energetic person wanted for Full-time position. Help unload trucks and set-up produce displays. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. Benefits avail after 90 days. Apply in person to Ernie or Max. McGinnis Sisters, 4311 Northern Pike, Monroeville

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Part time in our Murrysville home. 6mo & 34 mo old boys. Must have references. Call 412-901-3700

Supportive Housing

VALLEY STREAM APARTMENTS Delmont, Westmoreland County Attractive Garden Style 1 Bedrooms from $436, 2 Bedrooms from $506+ Electric. W/W, New Appliances, Large Closets, A/C, On Site Laundry, Parking Intercom Locking Front Doors, NO Pets. 724-468-4119

TEDDY BEAR PUPPIES (Bichon/ Shih-tzu Cross) Hypoallergenic, easy to train, great with kids! $275+. 724-882-3601.

HAIR TRIMMER, Used Once, $20, 412-708-1568.

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Monroeville food purveyor looking for part time, night shift, 2 days a week. Warehouse experience, lift 75lb & ups. Good wages. Call Lee 412-372-0900 Ext 220

AVERITT KEEPS YOUR WHEELS ROLLING! Hiring CDL-A DRIVERS and Recent Grads. Great Benefits. Weekly Hometime and Paid Training. Apply Now! 888-362-8608. AVERITTcareers.com. Equal Opportunity Employer

CLASS A CDL DRIVER

Flatbed/van experience needed to fill position. Local to overnight. Pay %. Pirollo Transportation Services. Call 412-779-0535.

DRIVER - $0.01 INCREASE per mile after 6 months.Choose your hometime: Weekly, 7/ON-7/OFF, 14/ON-7/OFF, Requires 3 months recent experience. 8 0 0 - 4 1 4 - 9 5 6 9 . www.driveknight.com DRIVERS: CDL-A EXPERIENCE PAYS! Up to $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Tuition reimbursement up to $6000. New student pay AND lease program! Call or apply Online! 877-521-5775 www.USATruck.jobs DRIVERS: CRST OFFERS the best Lease Purchase Program *SIGN ON BONUS *No down payment or credit check *Class A CDL required *Owner Operators Welcome. Call 866-403-7044

DRIVERS: HIRING EXPERIENCED/INEXPERIENCED TANKER DRIVERS! Earn up to $.51/;mile! New Fleet Volvo Tractors! 1 Year OTR Experience Required. Tanker Training Available. Call Today: 877-882-6537. www.OakleyTransport.com DRIVERS: START UP to $.40/mile! Home Weekly, New Pay Package, Great Equipment. CDL-A with 6 months OTR Exp. Req. Dedicated to Excellence. 877-432-0048. www.smithdrivers.com EXP. REEFER DRIVERS: GREAT PAY. Freight Lanes from Presque Isle, ME, Boston-Lehigh, PA. 800-277-0212 or primeinc.com GORDON TRUCKING. CDL-A Drivers Needed! $1,500 SIGN ON BONUS... Refrigerated Fleet & Great Miles! Pay incentive & Benefits! Recruiters available 7 days/wk! EOE 866-554-7856 *READY MIX TRUCK DRIVERS & DIESEL MECHANIC* Pittsburgh, PA. CDL and good driving record required. Great pay and benefits. Phone: Brandon (618)704-4944. Email: brandon@otsgetsit.com

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SHIHTZU-MALTESE PUPPIES With Beautiful Colors. Very Good With Kids & Other Pets. $300 Each. We Have Pictures, Call For More Information. 724-698-5869

Sales Representatives

This has been a record breaking year & our new building is opening in a few weeks! "Immediate openings for sales professionals. Previous sales experience is preferred but not required. We will train the right person. "Our Top Performers earn over $100K and we can prove it. HIGHEST PAY IN THE INDUSTRY. "5 day week. Full benefits & a really nice place to work. Email resume to: Employment @StarAutoMall.com For immediate consideration... APPLY IN PERSON: Star Chevrolet Nissan Volvo 5200 Route 30 Greensburg, PA 15601 (724) 834-6100

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Not happy in your present dead-end job? We have immediate openings for quality people who have a valid driver’s license, safe driving habits and good work ethics to join our winning team. Experience not necessary. Ability to drive a manual transmission a plus. Opportunity for advancement. Full and part-time positions available. Day and evening shifts. Some positions require Saturday hours. Competitive wages and full benefit package available to full-time team members which includes medical, dental and vision insurance, company paid life and short-term disability insurance, 401k with a company match plus much more. Interested applicants please email resume or letter of interest to careers@cochran.com, fax to 412-380-5132 or apply directly at any #1 Cochran showrooms. EOE

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