Thursday’s AMBC: Ales Without Fails

Ambridge Chamber Of Commerce director Bill Roehm joins Matt Drzik at 8:35 on the Thursday edition of A.M. Beaver County to talk about the upcoming “Autumn Ale Walk” taking place on October 8 along Merchant Street.

Frank Sparks gets the morning going with local news at 6:30 on Beaver County Radio.

The Best of Beaver County for September 29, 2022 is Geneva Nursing Department

Mike Romigh, The host of “The Best of Beaver County”

(Beaver County, PA) The Best of Beaver County is easy to discover; it’s right on your radio!  Tune in this and every Thursday from 11 to 11:30 A.M.  for “The Best of Beaver County”, an innovative radio program on WBVP and WMBA presented by St. Barnabas. The show is hosted by Mike Romigh and is dedicated to shining light on the great things going on right here in local neighborhoods, and the people that are making it happen.  Find out what all the buzz is about by joining “The Best Of Beaver County”.

This week Mike’s guest is Geneva Nursing Department. Mike will talk with department chair Lynette Fair and students Sara Johnson and Nate Pudliner.

The show is presented on all platforms of Beaver County Radio, on-air at 95.7 and 99.3 FM along with 1230 WBVP and1460 WMBA and on-line at beavercountyradio.com.

Teleforum Thursday with Eddy, Mike, Scott, and Nurses!

Teleforum Thursday with Eddy Crow will have the latest on Hurricane Ian, Scott Tady joins the show to talk about shows, and Mike Romigh and nurses host the Best of Beaver County! Teleforum holds forth from 9 till noon every weekday on am1230, am1460, fm99.3, and fm95.7, as well as being available with the free BeaverCountyRadio App!

State Police Investigating After Butler County Stabs His Dog After It Bit Him

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(Brady Twp., Butler County, Pa.) Pa State Police in Butler are reporting that they were dispatched to Marigold Lane in Brady Twp., Butler County  at 7:25 AM Tuesday morning for a report of cruelty to animals. Upon arriving an investigating it was learned that Christopher Chuhra of Slippery Rock Township was bit by his Husky dog.

Troopers said Chuhra then proceeded into the kitchen of the home and grabbed a large kitchen knife and stabbed his dog approximately three times in the mid section. The dog was transported by Troopers to the Butler Veterinary Center for emergency surgery. At 2:30 PM the same afternoon Troopers were advised by the hospital that the dog was in stable condition.

No other information including if Chuhra was or will be charged was provided in the release.

Texas Man Pleads Guilty After Six Kilos of Cocaine Seized From Private Plane at Pittsburgh International

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Story by Beaver County Radio Staff
(Pittsburgh, Pa.) A Houston Texas man pled guilty yesterday in federal court to violation of federal narcotics laws related to a nine-month Title III wiretap investigation into drug trafficking in and around Allegheny, Jefferson, and Clearfield counties
36- year-old Jesus Gonzalez pled guilty to one count of conspiracy and one count of possession with intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine before United States District Judge Christy Criswell Wiegand. Gonzalez was one of 47 defendants charged in six related indictments as part of the Return to Sender investigation.
On October 22, 2020, Gonzalez and three other individuals chartered a private plane and transported six kilograms of cocaine from Houston to Pittsburgh International Airport. Investigators obtained a search warrant for the plane and seized the cocaine from two pieces of luggage.
Judge Wiegand scheduled sentencing for Feb. 6, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. The law provides for a maximum total sentence of not less than 10 years to a maximum of life in prison, a fine not to exceed $10,000,000, or both.

Kennywood Park To Hold Briefing Today

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Story by Beaver County Radio Staff
(West Mifflin, Pa.) Kennywood Park officials are expected to hold a briefing this morning to provide an update after three people including a 39- year-old man and two 15-year-old juveniles were shot during the opening weekend of Phantom Fall Fest late Saturday night.
witnesses reported that two groups were arguing near the MUSIK EXPRESS ride when the shooting started.
Police ran a trace on the gun that was recovered at the scene and found it was stolen from Columbus Ohio last year. It’s not clear if that is the gun that was used for the shootings. The injured are expected to recover from their injuries.
During today’s briefing that is being held at the park, officials are expected to recap the events of the evening, including the security that was in place and the screening technology used at the front gate. They are also expected to share ‘new and enhanced’ security measures being put into place before the park reopens this weekend.

Three Pittsburgh Police Cruisers Catch Fire At Northside Training Academy

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Story by Beaver County Radio Staff
(Pittsburgh, Pa.) Three Pittsburgh Police marked vehicles caught fire early this morning in the department’s Training Academy parking lot located at 900 N. Lincoln Avenue on the city’s northside. The fire was first reported around 3 a.m. and officials think that the fires are suspicious and were set on purpose. They are planning to use privately owned surveillance cameras in the area to see how the vehicles caught fire. Thankfully no one was injured in the incident.

Beaver Falls City Council Approves Officer Departures, Trick-Or-Treat Times

(Matt Drzik/Beaver County Radio)

The Beaver Falls City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday evening, with a slighted eye towards the holiday season.

The city approved for its annual trick-or-treat times, agreeing unanimously on the block of 6:00 to 8:00 PM on Halloween Day–October 31–for the handing out of candy and other treats. A similar event, however, was tabled; the “Trunk Or Treat” to be held by BCBH Early Intervention on October 22 was held away from a vote until a designated time was decided upon. Council felt that it wanted the organization to have the best opportunity to gather townspeople for the event, and to not have it conflict with other events taking place on that Saturday.

The Beaver Falls City Council meets for their September 27 meeting. (Matt Drzik/Beaver County Radio)

Council also approved the pension calculations for retired officer Michael Seybert–who retired on August 22–and the resignation and separation agreement for officer Christopher Tessmer, effective on September 23. The council also approved general fund expenditures and transactions at a total of $311,733.37, along with approval for the allocation of funds to the city’s three pension plans and additional funds to support the Fire Relief Association.

Beaver County Solicitor Garen Fedeles was present at the meeting, filling in for the absent Beaver Falls Solicitor Shannon Steele; Fedeles spoke about the upcoming Act 57 of 2022 regarding tax penalties for new homeowners taking effect soon. City Manager Charles Jones announced that two new restaurants–BF BBQ and Taste Of The Caribbean–will be opening to the public this weekend. Jones says that there’s more on the way: “I’m getting inquiries every week about businesses that want to relocate here or open up, so that’s good stuff.”

The next Beaver Falls City Council meeting is scheduled for October 11 at 7:00 PM.

Wednesday’s AMBC: For A Good Cause

On Wednesday’s edition of A.M. Beaver County, Lynzy Groves of the Greater PA Chapter of The Alzheimer’s Association joins Matt Drzik at 8:10 to talk about the Alzheimer’s Walk taking place on October 1 in Beaver.

Then at 8:35, State Senator Elder Vogel joins Matt to talk about the Senior Expo being held on Friday, September 30 at CCBC.

Frank Sparks starts the morning with local news at 6:30 on Beaver County Radio.