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Get a free short stack of pancakes from iHop today!

Nothing is more exciting than a free stack of pancakes that serves a purpose! Join us TODAY from 7am – 7pm, to get your free stack. In return, we ask that you make a donation to our charitable partners. Enjoy one free short stack per guest. Dine-in only at participating locations. Hours may vary.

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Check out our Facebook page with 5,900 neighbors!

Have you checked out our Facebook page?  We have 5,900 subscribers and tons of information on upcoming events on a daily basis. Join us at https://www.facebook.com/accessmccandless/

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Doug Oster’s 14th Annual Plant Swap – Sunday, June 5, 2016 at Soergel’s

The Tribune-Review’s Doug Oster is hosting a Plant Swap (perennials) and giveaway at Noon, Sunday, June 5th at Soergel Orchards. Check out the Trib Article here!

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McCandless Town Council to consider new policy on filling vacancies

May 19, 2016 According to the Tribune-Review, McCandless town council may change the way that vacancies in boards, commissions and committees are selected. As we have blogged about here on Access McCandless, the township seems to re-maticulate certain “favored” members of the McCandless Republican Committee without posting or offering the positions to interested residents. That could all change, thanks to ...

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Meet Chef Robert Irvine at the Xfinity Store in McCandless Crossing today!

Chef Robert Irvine will be at McCandless Crossing today at the Xfinity Store at 2:30 pm. The first 100 in line get a free copy of his book “Fit Fuel.”

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Two Long-Term McCandless Township Council Members Unseated

Good morning, McCandless! Yesterday’s election produced some pretty stunning results as two long-term McCandless town council members were unseated. In the race for McCandless Ward 1, Kimberly Zachary edged out long-term council member Cynthia Potter, while in Ward 3, Steve Mertz took the majority vote over incumbent Roger Krey.  Citing a lack of transparency regarding the recent approval for a Wal-Mart Super ...

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McCandless: Are you ready to be railroaded again? URGENT …..

PUBLIC HEARING TONIGHT: Taxpayer money is going to be used to fix the flooding situation on Blazier Drive to make way for WAL-MART!!  After reviewing some of the documentation provided by the township regarding the Rave cinema property — please attend tonight’s Public Hearing Monday, Oct 26 @7:30P Re: Rave Property Sale, McCandless Township Building, Grubbs Rd. This is nothing more than ...

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Meet some of our young actors in McCandless!

July 23, 2015 McCandless Township has some incredibly talented kids on the acting scene in Pittsburgh.  They share a love for the stage, and will be showcasing it in Honk, the Musical next week at Comtra Theater in Cranberry Township. For more information, see the Comtra Theater website. A kid-oriented musical based on the tale of the Ugly Ducking,  Honk ...

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Wexford is getting a little sweeter!

According to Ron Razete, founder of Peace Love & Little Donuts (PLLD), a new shop will be open on July 31, 2015 at the former Crazy Mocha location on Perry Highway, directly across from the Ace Hardware store. Mr. Razete and Super Bowl Champion and former Pittsburgh Steeler, Justin Hartwig are enthusiastic about their partnership for the Wexford location. Ron and Marci Razete ...

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North Hills Car Enthusiasts Make Racing Dreams Come True at PVGP

Linda Weissert July 10, 2015 Pretty much everyone in McCandless, the North Hills and all around the city knows about the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix and the good work it does in raising money for the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and the Allegheny Valley School. The vintage racing tradition has been a part of our local scene since 1983. Not ...

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