Carbone’s, one of two landmark restaurants in the tiny village of Crabtree, is closing on July 28 after 80 years in business, the family has announced with a “heavy heart.”
Carbone’s is closing primarily because there is not a younger member of the family interested in continuing operating the restaurant, combined with “health issues,” Natalie Carbone Mangini stated Saturday in a social media posting.
Saying goodbye is always a difficult task. So it is with a heavy heart that we announce the closing of our restaurant on Saturday, July 28, 2018. The main reason for our decision centers on family, of course. Operating a large res…
God bless you all and thank you for everything. We couldn’t have done it without you.
With much love and gratitude,
Big Natalie, Little Natalie, Vinny, Melissa and Vanessa
We would love to hear from you if you would be kind enough to remain in contact with us. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also continue to speak with us or leave voice messages at our familiar number of 724-834-3430. Please visit carbonesrestaurant.com and make a comment on our “Memories” page or visit any of our other social media platforms that can be found on the website.
If you have a Carbone’s gift certificate and are unable to use it before we close, Rizzo’s Malabar Inn of Crabtree will kindly exchange your gift certificate for a Rizzo’s Gift card until November 1, 2018.
NORTH VERSAILLES, Pa. – Allegheny County Police are investigating a homicide in North Versailles.
First responders were called to the intersection of East Pittsburgh-McKeesport Boulevard and Dixon Avenue just after 5:30 a.m. Sunday.
Police believe the victim was in a vehicle when he was shot and was then pushed out into the road. The victim was not carrying any identification.
Anyone with information is asked to call the police tipline at (833) 255-8477.
At least four boys have been rescued from a cave in Thailand on Sunday, hours after 18 divers began their operation to free the 12 boys and their soccer coach, who have been trapped in the flooded cavern more than two weeks, Thai Navy SEAL said.
At the time that the shooting occurred, the child’s parents were not in the home, but there were two adults present.
Police say the parents were notified of the shooting, and officials are trying to determine how the child was able to get his hands on a pistol.
BY JACQUELINE CHARLES
The U.S. airlines canceled all of their flights to Haiti Saturday as the country’s embattled prime minister called for Haitians to stop blocking roads and burning tires amid a civil unrest being triggered by the announcement of a sharp hike in fuel prices. Flights remain canceled until further notice despite Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant’s announcement that the price adjustment was being temporarily suspended.
At least three people have died as a result of the violence that erupted Friday afternoon, including a police officer and security guard for a former legislative candidate and opposition leader. Also, two police stations — one in the city of Gonaives and the other in Carrefour on the outskirts of metropolitan Port-au-Prince — were set ablaze. Gunshots were fired during demonstrations in the capital city as well as the town of Cavaillon.
Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/haiti/article214490259.html#storylink=cpy
- The rescue: 13 international divers and 5 Thai Navy SEALs have entered the cave to start the difficult process of freeing 12 boys and their soccer coach.
- Long process: The boys will be taken out one by one, in an operation that could “take days,” the local governor says.
- Heavy rain forecast: Rescuers were forced to act before the arrival of heavy rain.
- 15 days: That’s how long it’s been since the boys — aged 11 to 16 years old — and their 25-year-old coach entered the cave.