Sunday, January 6, 2013
Have you seen this missing Jack Russell Terrier named Patch? He was last seen Jan. 1 after he left his South Fayette home.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Mike Jones
Sunday, January 6
Have you seen this missing Jack Russell Terrier named Patch? This 10-year-old dog went missing from his owner’s home near County Line Road in South Fayette on Jan. 1 and hasn’t been seen since. His owner, Michelle, said they let him outside and he apparently smelled an animal and followed the scent. She said he was also apparently bothered by fireworks in the area on New Year’s Eve. “We thought he’d come back,” Michelle said. “He usually does.” Patch is wearing a purple collar, but does not have tags. Anyone with information on Patch is asked to call Michelle at 412-969-3103.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Here's what's happening in Peters in the next week or so. Add your own happenings in the comments!
Another week, another chance to get organized! With the start of school, sports and activities, it can be difficult to keep track. Here are some things, happening in Peters Township soon, to note. First baseball meeting. The Peters Township High School DiamondBackers will have its first meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at the high school. Topics being discussed are new by-laws, membership, fundraising, workouts, committees, the weight room and the coaches report. The meeting will be held in Room B266. Be sure to keep up with the DiamondBackers on Facebook. Scout sign-ups. Sign up your child for scouts! Pack 1393 is hosting an open house Thursday at the Scout Building on Thomas Road across from Crossroads Church of Christ. The event, from 6:30-8 p…
Friday, April 27, 2012
She went missing a week ago today, but has been spotted in Peters Township approximately four times since then.
Owner Jennifer Garfold said her family misses their lost dog, Bella, very much. She went missing last Friday when she slipped out of her collar outside of Pleasant Valley Veterinary Clinic on East McMurray Road in Peters Township. Since then, she has been spotted approximately four times. Last Saturday, she was seen running across Fife Farm on Thompsonville Road. Monday afternoon, she was spotted near Valley Brook Road and Route 19—close to a gravel lot by the trail. And this week, residents told Garfold over the phone that Bella was roaming the Hidden Brook neighborhood and Molly Drive. Garfold said when she receives a call she tells the person not to try and catch her because Bella gets scared and will run. She said a "very nice family…
Monday, April 23, 2012
This sweet pup went missing on Friday outside of Pleasant Valley Veterinary Clinic on East McMurray Road in Peters Township.
This story was last updated at 4:35 p.m. Monday. Have you seen Bella? She went missing on Friday outside of Pleasant Valley Veterinary Clinic on East McMurray Road in Peters Township. WDVE's Val Porter said she was spotted Monday afternoon near Valley Brook Road and Route 19—close to a gravel lot by the trail. Over the weekend, Porter posted on her Facebook page that the pup was also spotted Saturday at 7:30 p.m. running across Fife Farm on Thompsonville Road. Bella belongs to Porter's sister-in-law, according to Facebook. If you see Bella, please call 412-445-1316. Her family wants her home!
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Have you seen Seymor?
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Beloved family pet Seymor was last seen in East Washington on New Year's Eve. The one-year-old pup weighs 10 pounds. The family is asking you call 724.825.6185—or 217.801.2134—if you see or find Seymor. Please email email@example.com with any information as well.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Stray found last month in Mt. Lebanon was adopted this week.
The owner of a 4-year-old stray found last month in Mt. Lebanon was never located, but the dog has a new forever home. The white dog with black spots was found in Mt. Lebanon on July 10 and taken to Clair’s Kennel near Upper St. Clair’s Municipal Building as workers tried to locate the owner. The kennel held the dog for 48 hours before handing him over to the Animal Rescue League of Pittsburgh. A worker at the East Liberty shelter on Wednesday said he was adopted a few days ago and now has a new forever home. Roy Hayward, a county animal control officer, said their Lost Pet Project works to locate the animal’s owner before turning them over to the Animal Rescue League, Animal Friend or the Humane Society. “Without their help, we would have…