Thursday, October 11, 2012
Halloween is coming up in a few weeks, so get those candy baskets ready!
Trick-or-Treat in Plum, Oakmont and Verona has been set for Halloween night—Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. Motorists should use caution as they travel down the roadways and look out for children. For more Halloween events and happenings in the area, continue to check our Halloween 2012 guide on Plum-Oakmont Patch. Also, Patch will be holding a Halloween contest, and more information about that will be available Monday, Oct. 15. We'll make sure to keep you updated! ______________________ Plum-Oakmont Patch is on Facebook and on Twitter. Don't forget to sign up for our daily email newsletter by clicking here.
Monday, February 6, 2012
The owner of the Sarris Candies said he expects the store to be open within the month—or 'ASAP.'
Oversized stuffed animals wearing festive Valentine's Day bows sat atop shelves of boxed chocolates at Sarris Candies. A counter nearby is lined with chocolate bars. Stacks of chocolate-covered pretzels are arranged in another corner of the Canonsburg retail hot spot. But owner Bill Sarris held his hand out and beckoned to the whole lot of it, saying, "All of this—it has to go." And that's what workers were doing Monday at the store: Cleaning chandeliers and cleaning up after a fire erupted in the parlour portion of the building on Friday—and throwing away pounds and pounds of chocolate and other merchandise. A sign is posted on the door alerting customers that the store in still closed by order of the state fire marshal, and the smell of …
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Children will trick-or-treat on Halloween night.
Trick-or-Treat in Plum, Oakmont and Verona has been set for Monday Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. Oakmont police Chief David DiSanti is reminding parents in all communities to accompany their children as they collect candy throughout the neighborhood. Children also should wear highly reflective materials to be visible to motorists. Motorists should use caution as they travel down the roadways and look out for children. DiSanti said candy of suspicious nature should be reported to police. The Oakmont Police Department will be passing out candy, as well.