WALKWORKS GRANT - The city's application for funds from the state's WalkWorks program could launch into an excellent opportunity for a community-wide discussion about how young people, older adults, people with limited means, people with accessibility limitations, visitors, and just about anyone can … [Read more...] about Monongahela Applies for a Pennsylvania Walkworks Grant.
Many thanks to Charles Mrlack, Jr., and Joe and Jaimie Amati for submitting applications for facade grant projects, and to Jason Mattey and Dionne Malush for resubmitting two of theirs for the current round of the DCED Keystone Communities Facade Grant Funding. Mr. Mrlack will be restoring the … [Read more...] about New Facade Grant Projects Improving Our Downtown
When I was a kid 50 years ago, I used to play on Pigeon Creek. I remember having fun finding junk along the shore of Monongahela River and at the mouth of the stream. I certainly don't remember it being this beautiful, and it probably wasn't so lovely back in the day. In 1967 Pigeon Creek was in … [Read more...] about A Ride up Pigeon Creek with Allegheny Cleanways in the City of Monongahela, Pennsylvania.
Updated this week:: Barrel racing at Sydmore Arena, 41st Annual National Pike Steam, Gas, & Horse Association Show, Mingo Campfire Jam (acoustic music), Happy Hour at Ripepi Winery, several Dead Head Winery events, Summer Cello concert, Trax Sunflower Festival, McKeesport International … [Read more...] about Things to do in Monongahela – Event Calendar Updates
John Antonio along with his dog is stuck 75 feet above Donora Webster Road. 19 Jul 1962, Thu The Daily Republican (Monongahela, Pennsylvania) Newspapers.com Most of us are familiar with the stretch of road on the opposite side of the river that runs from Webster to Monessen. Here is a photo … [Read more...] about Donora boy and his dog stranded on cliff