Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Beer, wings and hoops ... It's tournament time. Here's where to catch the games.
Don't have enough TV screens to keep up with your March Madness bracket? There are plenty of viewing options in and around Canon-McMillan. The popular NCAA Division I men's basketball championships tournament starts on Tuesday night with two first-round games. BLVD Pub and Kitchen (formerly Jay's Sports Bar & Restaurant) 105 E. Pike St., Canonsburg, PA 15317 724-746-2250 The Meadows Racetrack & Casino 210 Racetrack Rd., North Strabane, PA 15301 724-503-1200 McGrogan's Tap Room 47 E. Pike St., Canonsburg, PA 15317 724-745-9119 Too busy to stop by your favorite local sports joint? Download the March Madness Live App to watch on the go from your mobile device. Where are you watching the tournament this year? Tell us in the comments section …
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, November 14, 2012
Here are the incidents being investigated by the Canonsburg Police Department.
Canonsburg police on Friday night responded to a report of a fight at McGrogan’s Tap Room. When officers arrived, they were told by Robert Jordan, of 114 S. Jefferson Ave. that he had broken up the fight between two males. That’s when he said Isaac King, who was reportedly involved in the altercation, threatened the bartenders and requested them to "come outside." Police said King would be cited for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. Rifle Reported Missing John Svitek, of 609 Highland Ave., told police on Friday that he discovered several silver coins and a Remington rifle missing from his home. He told police that he believed a known male had stolen the items. Charges are pending against the known male, police said. Hit and Run …
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Jeffrey Amand was briefly remanded to the Washington County Jail.
A Canonsburg man was briefly remanded to the Washington County Jail after police said he grabbed a woman in a “sexual manner” at McGrogan’s Tap Room Wednesday night. Canonsburg police charged Jeffrey Amand, 24, with aggravated indecent assault—a felony—indecent assault and harassment. The victim said the alleged assault happened as she was leaving the bar and attempted to give Amand—someone she said she knew from school and had run into at the bar—a good-bye hug. Patch does not identify victims in these cases. Amand was arraigned before district Judge Joshua Kanalis, who set a $10,000 bond, which the man later posted. Amand is scheduled to appear before district Judge David Mark at 10:30 a.m. July 26 for a preliminary hearing.