Welcome to Pennsylvania Bridges!

Pennsylvania Bridges is a publication bridging communities in Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties. More »

Local author releases new poetry collection

Local author and Bram Stoker award nominee Stephanie Wytovich recently released her second poetry collection, Mourning Jewelry More »

Exploring the Paranormal with Reanna Roberts

In each edition of Pennsylvania Bridges, Reanna Roberts, co-founder of The Mon Valley Paranormal Research Society, will explore various aspects of the paranormal, ghosts and hauntings. More »

Area man combines passions for art and healthy living

Area man Joseph William Phillips talks about the motivations behind his art and his ambition to live a healthier lifestyle. More »

Comedy Classic Ghostbusters Turns the Big 3-0

Pennsylvania Bridges contributor and avid Ghostbusters fan Chuck Brutz examines the past, present and future of this iconic film as the comedy classic celebrates its 30th birthday. More »

New name and updated sound for local band

The Weedrags, soon to be renamed The Jakobs Ferry Stragglers, will feature new members and a slightly updated sound that still plays homage to their roots. More »

Septuagenarian Kayaker Embarks on River Adventure

Will Moore, 71, set in at Uffington, West Virginia, two miles upriver from Morgantown, on a lengthy river adventure he plans to end at Cairo, Illinois – where the Ohio meets the mighty Mississippi. More »

Wine & Line is different kind of art experience

Since September 2012, a group of people have been meeting at 6:30 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month, snacks and hors d’oeuvres and bottle of wine in hand, to put their creative juices to work. More »

Thompson House Gets New Life with New Restaurant

With its new name of the Twelve Oaks Restaurant, you might not immediately guess the recently opened upscale restaurant in the Thompson House has a “Gone with the Wind” theme. More »

Television to get more “super” this fall

The leaves are starting to fall. Daylight hours are getting shorter, which can only mean one thing. Time for the fall TV season, with new heroes looming on the horizon ready to save the day. More »

Haunted Houses, Trails & Attractions 2014

Looking for a haunted house, haunted trail or other haunted attraction in our area? These attractions are within 45 miles of our office in California, PA. More »

Remembering the late, great Robin Williams

He was best known to some as a loveable alien named Mork. To others, he was a fast talking blue genie, an elderly British nanny, an unconventional doctor, or a Vietnam War era armed services radio disc jockey beloved by the troops. More »

Local students to attend international symposium

This January, four local college students and their instructor will travel to Australia to take part in the Estill World Voice Symposium. More »

126 years of Jack the Ripper: Uncovering the Spectre

126 years ago, on October 23, 1888, London prostitute Elizabeth “Long Liz” Stride was declared the fourth victim of the specter we now call Jack the Ripper. More »

WCCC Dedicates Advanced Technology Center

Westmoreland County Community College dedicated its Advanced Technology Center (ATC) which offers education and training in industrial technology fields. More »

Cal U Theatre & Dance presents “Midsummer/Jersey”

The second fall-semester presentation by the Department of Theatre and Dance showcases the talents of Cal U’s newest crop of aspiring actors and technicians. More »

 

Fall 2014 Print Edition Now Available Online

Now Available Online!

The Fall 2014 print edition of Pennsylvania Bridges is available online via ISSUU. Happy reading (and sharing)!