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Collier shopping center now includes combined TJ Maxx, HomeGoods – Tribune

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T.J. Maxx in the Great Southern Shopping Center in Collier was remodeled to now include HomeGoods. Both are owned by the TJX Co., based in Framingham, Mass. The store features a common entrance with two distinct store environments that include brand name and designer fashions for men, women and children, along with jewelry, shoes and accessories, as well as furniture, rugs, lighting, bedding, and dinnerware. It is the first such combined product store for these companies in Southwestern Pennsylvania.


• Boule de Cire Spa has opened at 504 Washington Ave., Bridgeville (inside Huwe Chiropractic). Services offered include microdermabrasions, facials, hot stone massages, deep tissue and Swedish massages, reflexology, hair extensions, ear candling, and waxing. Call 412-874-3075 for pricing or an appointment.

• Melissa Holland is the new preschool director at Bethany Presbyterian Church, Bridge­ville. She replaces Patricia Johnson, who retired after 27 years in the position.

• DeckMasters has moved from 1887 Painters Run Road to 1900 Painters Run Road, Scott.

• Higher Voice Studio has opened at 144 E. Main St., Carnegie. Owner Hilerie Klein Rensi and three other voice teachers have about 120 students. Voice lessons can begin in Music Together for ages 1-5 and then progress in a wide variety of styles. The first floor of the building is a performance venue; the upper two floors hold studios and small classrooms. New classes are forming for beginner voice, ages 6-10, sight singing and ear training, piano and guitar for singers, monthly master classes, and singer-songwriter workshops. Call 412-429-1000 for more information or visit highervoicestudio.com.

• Alexions Bar Grill, 141 Hawthorne, Rook Station, Carnegie, will be open on Sundays beginning July 10. Call 412-276-2018 or visit alexionsbar.com for hours and menu.

• Ohio Valley Primary Care, Crafton-Ingram Outpatient Center, has opened at 100 Foster Ave., Suite B, Crafton. Call 412-458-5696 for an appointment.

Other new local business incorporations as reported in recent state filings include:

• Au’Courant by Shannon Mi’Chelle, 917 Boyce Road, Bridgeville (fashion consulting and design)

• Get Up for Downs, 1455 Critchfield Drive, Bridgeville (charity for Down syndrome association)

• Lisa A. Passyn Consulting LLC, 8315 Sharalyn Drive, Bridgeville (consulting services)

• Monkeydoll Creative, 1040 Bank St., Bridgeville (marketing, publishing, designing)

• Havoc Press, 1040 Bank St., Bridgeville (publishing)

• CPS Construction LLC, 512 Beechwood Ave., Carnegie (construction, renovations, remodeling)

• Minding Your Business, 369 Sunrise Drive, Carnegie (bookkeeping services)

• Critter Coasters LLC, 815 Library Ave., Carnegie (merchandise selling online)

• Tate Trucking, 428 Alice St., Carnegie (transportation company)

• Continental Rigging Erection Corp., 100 W. Main St., Carnegie (construction)

• Shop with Jillian LLC, 103 Ryan Drive, Green Tree (clothing sales)

• Three Rivers Excavation/Three Rivers Walls and Patios, 2305 Country Club Drive, Crafton (excavating services, stone walls and patio construction)

• Affinity Pittsburgh LLC, 295 W. Steuben St., Crafton (food broker).

Charlotte Smith is a Tribune-Review contributing writer. Reach her at 724-693-9441 or charlotte59@comcast.net.

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