McKees Rocks Borough Council meets the Tuesday following the second Monday at 7 p.m. to vote on borough issues.
McKees Rocks Council Members meet the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. to discuss borough issues and prepare agenda items for voting meeting.
Join Launch Sto-Rox participants and friends for dinner, drinks and music at the new home of Black Forge Coffee, 701 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, May 2. Small businesses and nonprofits will share their challenges and […]
How to get your free tickets… In response to a quick sell out for the historic Roxian Theatre’s free May 10 show, a second free show has been announced by the good folks at Roxian Live for Thursday, May 9 with […]
For the past few months, a small group of local business owners has been meeting to draw up a game plan for a way to bring business into the region from outside of Sto-Rox. The solution settled upon is a […]
Any unclaimed tickets will be released to the public at 8 p.m. on May 10 Those of you who missed out on tickets for the historic Roxian Theatre’s free grand opening event on May 10 featuring The New Mastersounds with […]
Dr. Claudia Wendel, local eye doctor and owner of the Stowe Township business eye gotcha, has started a GoFundMe to replace the beautiful historic clock that until recently made its home near the corner of Broadway Avenue and Dohrman Street. Dr. Wendel […]
Registration for FREE show begins Feb. 22 It’s time for the announcement you have all been waiting for McKees Rocks! The historic Roxian Theatre’s grand opening events feature some heavy-hitting national acts and a night dedicated to community fanfare. We’ll also […]
McKees Rocks – The entrance to the downtown McKees Rocks business district will be getting a revamp thanks to a $1.9 million PennDOT Multimodal Transportation Fund grant being awarded to the McKees Rocks Community Development Corporation (MRCDC). This money will […]
Sen. Wayne D. Fontana (D-Allegheny) Feb. 1 announced two state multimodal grants in his district totaling $3.3 million. “These state dollars help local communities complete key projects aimed at enhancing efficiency, safety and improving access throughout our region,” Fontana said. […]