Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Sean Jordan of Canonsburg will stand trial.
The owner of Big Fella's Pizza and McGrogan's Tap Room in Canonsburg waived five counts of harassment and two counts of harassment to court Tuesday, according to online court records. Sean Jordan, 42, was charged by Canonsburg police Feb. 5 after he allegedly threatened borough officials. He appeared Tuesday before district Judge Ethan Ward for a preliminary hearing. Jordan remains free after posting a $100,0000 bond on Feb. 7, court records show.
Friday, February 8, 2013
Sean Jordan was jailed on $100,000 bond Thursday.
The owner of Big Fella's Pizza and McGrogan's Tap Room in Canonsburg was jailed Thursday after police said he threatened the mayor, other borough officials and his brother, Chief R.T. Bell confirmed. Sean Jordan, 42, was arraigned on two counts of making terroristic threats and five counts of harassment before district Judge Ethan Ward Thursday and was remanded to the Washington County Jail after failing to post $100,000 bond, according to court records. He remained in jail as of Thursday evening. Jordan is awaiting a preliminary hearing. Meanwhile, a sign painted on the Big Fella's window indicates that the restaurant is closed, and asks patrons to eat next door at McGrogan's Tap Room.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Vote in our poll now through Aug. 17.
We wanted to know who has the best wings in the area, and you answered. And now two local businesses will go head-to-head in our Readers' Choice poll: Big Fella's Pizza and Jay's Sports Bar & Restaurant. Cast your vote by Aug. 17 and help us decide who's best. Whichever business gets the most votes will be named the Readers' Choice winner. PS: Sign up for the Canon-McMillan Patch newsletter to stay up-to-date on the contest and all your local news!
Friday, April 27, 2012
Drop your card in The Patch fish bowl for a chance to win a $25 gift card from the Canonsburg eatery.
Have you seen The Patch fish bowl at Big Fella's Pizza in Canonsburg? The pizza shop on East Pike Street has graciously allowed Canon-McMillan Patch to put the aquatic container inside for area workers and residents to drop their business cards–or a slip of paper with a name and e-mail on it–in the bowl for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate. Anyone who wants to enter the contest will agree to have Canon-McMillan Patch's morning newsletter sent to their email inbox every morning. It’s the best way to find out the most important news happening in Canonsburg, Cecil and North Strabane. Next month, Big Fella's employee will pull one business card and Patch will award the winner with a $25 gift card to the eatery. So drop your biz card into…