Thursday, January 10, 2013
Walk-ins are welcome.
In search for a nearby job? Get your resume ready. The new Target at South Hills Village is holding a "mass hire" event starting tomorrow. Hundreds of interviews will be conducted on Jan. 10, 11 and 12 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Fort Couch Road to fill the store's hourly positions. Walk-ins are welcome. Target is slated to open on March 10. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Target officials are hiring for the new South Hills store.
The Target store in Upper St. Clair is opening March 10, 2013. Target officials are looking for hourly team leaders and team members for the new store that attached to South Hills Village. To apply, click here, and then select hourly store positions and search by the store location, Upper St. Clair. Target is also having a mass hire event on Jan. 10, 11 and 12 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Fort Couch Road. Hundreds of interviews will be conducted to fill the positions. Although walk-ins are welcome, applicants are encouraged to apply online to avoid the lines. "An inclusive, energetic culture, incredible opportunity. A community-focused company. And one of the most powerful brands in the world. You can expect a lot from a career at Target…
Friday, August 24, 2012
Victorian vampire film debuts at special midnight screening hosted by Gravely MacCabre of Castle Blood.
Horror Realm, Pittsburgh’s modern horror convention, will host the premiere of “Blood and Bone China” at a special midnight screening on Saturday, Sept. 21. The convention and screening will be held at the Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh South on Fort Couch Road. “Blood and Bone China” is a feature-length Gothic Victorian vampire film that is created and directed by award-winning filmmaker Chris Stone, and set and shot in Stone's hometown of Stoke-On-Trent. Plot synopsis: It is 1897 and a city is in turmoil; poor souls are being taken, vanishing without a trace. When the local doctor disappears, word travels to his brother, a young country vet by the name of Newlyn Howell. Spurred on to discover the macabre truth by the enigmatic Alexander Pyre, …
Thursday, September 15, 2011
It was too late for a local woman to get her money back from the Crowne Plaza, so she donated the time and space to a charity.
Although Caitlin Stroop of Monongahela canceled her Oct. 1 nuptials, her change of heart had a "paws-itive" outcome. Stroop, 25, donated what would have been her wedding reception, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Bethel Park, to Hello Bully, a local pit bull rescue group, to use as a fundraiser. “Katey called off her wedding too late for us to get our money back,” said Caitlin’s mother Karen Stroop, of Finleyville, who had paid in full for 200 guests. “So I said to her, ‘Pick a charity.’ She liked Hello Bully, because of her own pit bull Sophie. I found them on the Internet, and sent them an email.” Hello Bully volunteer Nicole Meloy downloaded the message and was initially skeptical. “To be quite honest, I didn’t really understand at first …