• Life’s Promise Personal Care Home Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    On Saturday, January 13, 2018, the Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce (MLCC) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Life’s Promise Personal Care Home in Stahlstown. Inclement weather didn’t damper members of the MLCC and the community from coming out to tour the new facility. Owner, Jim Stambaugh, said, “Life’s Promise

  • Leeann Evans of Connellsville, PA

    Congratulations, Leeann Evans, our 2018 Stocking Stuffer Winner!

    The MLCC wishes to thank Leeann Evans of Connellsville, PA, for purchasing tickets to this year’s stocking stuffer giveaway and to congratulate her for being the lucky winner! Although Leeann has always heard how awesome the ticket was, this was her first time to actually purchase them. Leeann’s sister, Becky

  • MLCC February 2018 Flyer

    Check out the latest Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce Flyer. View the Flyer below or click here to download the flyer.

  • MLCC January 2018 Flyer

    Check out the latest Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce Flyer. View the Flyer below or click here to download the flyer.

  • MLCC’s Annual Stocking Stuffer Tickets Available!

    Tickets Available NOW at: Collection’s by Marty G&D Market Hayden’s Pharmacy Holiday Inn Express LHTC Broadband – Indian Head Sarnelli’s Corner See-Mor’s All Star Grill & Video Shari Bukovac Bookkeeping

  • Rapid Bridge Replacement Project

    Rapid Bridge Replacement Project in Fayette County The Rapid Bridge Replacement Project is an $899 million public-private partnership (P3) between the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP). Through this initiative, 558 structurally deficient bridges will be replaced with newly designed structures, designed to last over

  • Route 31 Reconstruction Plans

    On Wednesday, April 13th, the Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce hosted an open forum where local business leaders and community members reviewed plans for the reconstruction of Route 31 in Donegal. The attendees were able to view the preliminary construction map from PennDOT which you can now also view from