New businesses open doors in Bridgeville area |

New businesses open doors in Bridgeville area

Bridgeville Auto Services opened at 112 Washington Ave., Bridgeville, offering oil changes and additional auto services.

• Comfort Keepers opened a branch at 1190 Washington Pike, Ste. 6, Bridgeville, offering in-home care for seniors, respite care, dementia and Alzheimer’s transition assistance, and end-of-life care. Call 412-221-6600 for details.

• The Sweet Shoppe & Nut House, Collier Towne Square, Bridgeville, has been renamed My Favorite Sweet Shoppe under new owner and manager, Nina Midgley. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. Call 412-564-5416 for information.

• The Hott Spot Extreme Wellness Center, 614 Washington Ave., Bridgeville, is now owned by Lori Martucci. A special yoga event is scheduled for Nov. 27 at 8 a.m. Call 412-221-9500 for more information.

• Oliverio Premier Automobiles, 3000 Greentree Road, Scott, is under new management. Call 412-276-3300 for information.

• Scoops on 50, offering ice cream and gelato, has opened next to Herk’s Pizza at 1917 Washington Pike, Carnegie. Call 412-278-4444 for hours.

• Tomazin Scanning Services, 348 Station St., Bridgeville, has new services such as graphic design, VHS/8mm and other video transfers to DVD, cassette and reel-to-reel audio transfers to CD/MP3, video slide shows with music or narration, digital archiving of historical photos and documents, and document and oversized scanning in addition to its photo, slide and negative scanning.

Call 412-220-9726 for an appointment or email [email protected].


Other new local business incorporations according to recent state filings include:

• Blue Lotus, 532 Station St., Bridgeville (cosmetology services)

• CYA Holsters, 158 Beram Ave., Bridgeville (custom holsters made of thermoplastics)

• Xperience Medical Weight Loss, 2121 Noblestown Road, No. 115, Crafton (medically supervised weight loss program)

• Leaf by Oscar Distribution, 1863 Mayview Road, Suite 101, Bridgeville (whole distribution)

• VS Drywall, 1044 Greentree Road, Green Tree (drywall work)

• Afam Partners, 681 Andersen Drive, third floor, Green Tree (exchange or convey investments)

• Bom Advisors, 1445 Greentree Road, Green Tree (consulting services)

• Inferno Artisan Pizza, 993 Greentree Road, Suite 101, Green Tree

• Mountain View Hospitality, 401 Holiday Drive, Green Tree (real estate)

• Woodall Transport, 1163 Peach Tree Road, Carnegie (transportation, cargo)

Charlotte Smith is a contributing writer for Trib Total Media and can be reached at 724-693-9441 or [email protected].

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