We know that you aren’t even close to giving up on the heat of the summer, but this is the perfect time to learn about what you can do in your home to “Get Ready for Winter!” CCI and the Etna Energy Champions bring you another exciting project in September. A product of January’s Idea […]
The solar-powered Etna welcome sign on Route 28 features a blue heron symbolizing the borough’s environmental commitment in an area the steel industry left polluted. One of the wading birds moved to Etna more than 10 years ago, which Manager Mary Ellen Ramage said is evidence of the community’s improvements to its waterways.
Happy Friday, Shaler! Before we give you some weekend highlights, we want you to know that for some neighbors, getting around will be easier – the Greeley Avenue Bridge in Etna reopened yesterday, following a rehabilitation project.
The Etna Borough Police Department is planning its 14th annual Cops vs. Kids Basketball Game on the heels of its participation in the National Night Out relationship-building celebration between the police and the community.
All Saints Church conducted its annual Summer Festival on July 17 to 20. With rides, games, food, raffles, prizes, entertainment and more, the festival is the major fundraiser for the church each year. The event takes place on the church grounds.
Etna’s annual Community Day took place Aug. 3 at the Etna Playground on Pine Street. Attendees were able to swim for free, play games, enjoy live entertainment and more. The event was sponsored by the Etna Neighborhood Association.
The Shaler/Mt. Royal VFW Post 9199 and American Legion Post 785 are planning a 100-year anniversary ceremony for Saturday, Aug. 3, at 10 a.m. at the Reeseville Memorial site. This is to honor the sacrifice of the Reeseville Veterans of World War I (and all Reeseville/Shaler Veterans since). The Reeseville Memorial site is across the […]