Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Here are some local job listings.
Here are some of the latest job openings in and near the Plum-Oakmont area. To see more information on each job, click on the links below. Shift Supervisor—Rite Aid (Oakmont) This position provides superior customer service by assisting customers with their shopping needs, handling all customer transactions in a timely and courteous manner, and responding to customer complaints/concerns with a sense of urgency to see to their resolution. Administrative Assistant (Plum) The administratibe assistant oversees and manages all office procedures and other tasks as assigned by the CEO. Answers, screens and directs calls. Opens, sorts and distributes incoming correspondence, including faxes and email. Lube Technicians—Jiffy Lube (Monroeville) …
Allegheny County has compiled important information about Plum, Oakmont, Verona and other municipalities.
Do you know what state senatorial district you live in? Who your county council representative is? Or have you ever given thought to the geography of Plum, Oakmont or Verona boroughs? Allegheny County's website has a municipality map that provides vital information for the three townships—and other municipalities. Just click on the map and a community profile pops up with information such as school district and municipal millage rates, the name of the police chief and fire department information. Join Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Monday, May 20, 2013
The primary election is Tuesday. See which races are contested.
The Pennsylvania primary election is on Tuesday, and there are some contested races in the Plum-Oakmont area. Candidates are seeking their party's nomination to appear on the ballot during the November general election. Here's a look at who is on the ballot: Plum Borough Mayor (1 seat) Republicans—Dave Majernik, Christine Scardina-Gazzo and Joe Tommarello Democrat—Richard Hrivnak Plum School Board (4 seats) Democrats—Salvatore Collella, Kevin Dowdell, Andrew Drake, Dawn Lynn Check, Jim Rogers and Michelle Stepnick. Republicans—Salvatore Collella, Kevin Dowdell, Andrew Drake, Dawn Lynn Check, Jim Rogers and Michelle Stepnick. Verona Borough Council (4 seats) Democrats—Patrick McCarthy Jr., Rhoda Gemellas Worf, William Futules, Peggy …
Find out where to vote, how the Voter ID Law affects you and what to do if you're voting for the first time or at a new polling place.
Here are some quick things you need to know about Tuesday's primary election. Join Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Have you seen our local Jobs board?
It's never easy looking for work—full-time or otherwise. But Patch is your home for all things Plum, Oakmont and Verona, including job-hunting. That's why we offer our our local Jobs section where you can find employment listings in or near the four communities. The section is free and easy to use and allows readers to sort listings by category, company and/or other options. Start hunting here. By the way, we have a separate page for jobs within Patch. Check that out here. Join Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Share your prom 2013 photos with us!
Did you attend the Riverview High School Black Tue Affair Prom on Friday? Share your photos with us by clicking the "Upload Photos and Videos" button. We'd love to see them! Join Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Many folks celebrate the tradition of Mother's Day by treating mom to a meal.
Treat your mom to a delicious meal this Mother’s Day. Patch found five places that are planning a special brunch on Sunday, May 12. John Anthony's Restaurant & Lounge John Anthony's at 115 Center-New Texas Road in Plum has seatings for its Mother's Day brunch at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and at 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. for dinner. Call 412-795-8666 soon because reservations are filling up. Palmieri Restaurant The Palmieri Restaurant, 951 Old Frankstown Road in Plum is welcoming guests to a Special Grand Prime Rib Buffet with seatings at noon, 2 p.m., 4 p.m. 6 p.m. and beyond. Limited menu is also available. Adults are $22.50 and children ages are $12.99. Call 724-387-2444 for reservations. Luccia Shea's Luccia Shea's, 4733 William Penn …
Monday, May 6, 2013
Here's a look at some local job listings.
Here are some of the latest job openings in and near the Plum-Oakmont area. To see more information on each job, click on the links below. Mental Health Companion (Oakmont) Lifesteps Inc. seeks someone full-time to provide quality care by teaching and assisting clients with daily activities such as cooking, grooming, personal hygiene and money management. Customer Service Representative (Oakmont) Brenntag Northeast, Inc. seeks to hire someone to respond to inquiries involving order placement, price confirmation, product availability and rush requests in a fast paced department. Manufacturing: Production, Maintenance, Machine Operator (Verona) Crew Member (Plum) Wendy's seeks someone who has strong customer focus, initiative, and a can-do …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Check out the tool below to find out which pollen allergens are high in Plum, Oakmont and Verona.
Springtime has arrived and pollen is in the air. Thanks to the effects of climate change, experts say the pollen count this season will be higher than ever before. Now you can check the daily allergy forecast as easily as the weather forecast. The Allergy Alert tool from Pollen.com above shows which pollen allergens are high in Plum, Oakmont and Verona today. ____________________ Plum-Oakmont Patch is on Facebook and on Twitter. Don't forget to sign up for our daily email newsletter by clicking here.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Pennsylvania Treasury's Bureau of Unclaimed Property lists the three municipalities with money due them—and there might be some out there for you, too.
Each year, the Pennsylvania Treasury receives millions of dollars in unclaimed property, including abandoned bank accounts, forgotten stocks, uncashed checks, certificates of deposit, life insurance policies, safe deposit box contents and recovered stolen property. Most of this unclaimed property is owed to individual residents (read below to find out how to search for yourself or a relative). However, there are a number of municipalities, school districts, fire and police departments, civic groups and other organizations that also have money waiting for them. The state website identifies the property as either "under $100" or "over $100" and the source of the property. A quick (and by no means complete) search of the state's website …