The best new sushi restaurant in town

The best new sushi restaurant in town

Kiara Carrasquilla

December 13, 2017

  Walking into Ryu Gin you can hear the sweet subtle sound of piano keys making music. To your right there is a very modern and sleek sushi bar, where you can see the chef making his master piece. To the left is where all the tables and booths are, where you can sit and enjoy the ambiance of...

Cranberry’s construction paves way for incoming restaurants

November 1, 2017

The year 2017 has been hectic for Cranberry Township residents. Construction has taken over the township causing excessive traffic and frustrating everyone.  Although, "Cranberrians" appear to be looking forward to the new restaurants and stores opening, so then is the traffic worth it? Chipotle...

Is the new BnDz worth a visit?

Ben Snell and Patrick Inman

October 23, 2017

BnDz is a brand local Pittsburgh chain restaurant that recently had a location open in Cranberry Township. The acronym stands for "burgerz and dogz," and both are premium features of this restaurant. Kiara, Ben, and I decided to test out the new eatery, and all of us were very impressed. Here are...

Seven Springs hosts the Special Olympics

Seven Springs hosts the Special Olympics

Sydney Gibson, Staff Writer

February 15, 2017

Seven Springs Mountain Resort hosted several competitions for the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania's 40th Winter Games. The opening ceremony began on January 29 at 7:00 p.m. in the resort's Festival Plaza. It included several diverse speakers and performances as well as the lighting of the official Olympic...

Inbound Set to Release New Album

Chloe Ruffennach, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

The local high school band, Inbound, is continuing to create their first ever full album, currently named Teenage Therapy. The band began working on the album back in October of 2016 and plans to have the album completed and available for purchase on several platforms by summer of 2017. Guitarist...

Pittsburgh Wage Protests Take Place on “Day of Disruption”

Jacob Bryant, Staff Writer

December 10, 2016

  "Hold your burgers, hold your fries. We want wages supersized."  Anyone in the East Liberty region of Pittsburgh last Tuesday likely heard a slogan such as this being chanted by protesters. These demonstrators were participating in the national ‘Day of Disruption’, a part of the ‘Fight...

Six Seneca bands play at Jergels

Alex Restauri, Writer

October 31, 2016

On Sunday, September 18th , 6  rock bands from the Seneca Valley school district performed song at the well known Jergels Rhythm Bar and Grill. Bands included Inbound, Beige on White, Escape, Bad Machine, In Harmony, and Torque. These bands are apart of the summer rock and roll program called "Rock...

Pittsburgh Hosts Innovation-themed White House “Frontiers” Conference

Pittsburgh Hosts Innovation-themed White House

Matt Di Michele, Staff Writer

October 22, 2016

The University of Pittsburgh, along with Carnegie Mellon University, co-hosted the White House Frontiers Conference on October 13, 2016, to help people learning about all different types of innovative topics discuss their ideas and thoughts. Hoping to stress the concept of discovering and subsequently...

Self-Driving Ubers Take to the Streets in Pittsburgh

Jacob Bryant, Staff Writer

October 22, 2016

Uber, the San Francisco-based company responsible for the “personal taxi”, has been working on developing self-driving vehicles to commute people around Pittsburgh.  A few weeks ago, they brought along their first passengers on test runs, the majority of which were local journalists. Last year,...