Aliquippa

Aliquippa

(ălĭkwĭp`ə), borough (1990 pop. 13,374), Beaver co., W Pa., in an industrialized region along the Ohio River N of Pittsburgh; inc. 1894. Aliquippa grew after the expansion of steel mills in 1909, but most of the plants closed in the 1970s and 80s. There is printing and publishing and the manufacture of food, precious metals, and chemicals.
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Worship and Service Centers who brought in less than 90% of their goal include: Aliquippa, Dubois, Franklin, Meadville, New Castle, Oil City, Pittsburgh Temple, Ridgway, Sharon/Mercer, and Uniontown.
FOXBORO -- Those boys from Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, have a term for the up-close-and-personal attention they like to give opposing receivers.
Funding the AIM program provides student-athletes at Steel Valley and Aliquippa high schools an opportunity to work with a youth development coach (YDC) who helps address academic, career, social and emotional needs through the school year.
Titus Church in Aliquippa, about 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.
The community of Aliquippa in Pennsylvania is still in shock amid reports that an 18-year-old teen raped an elderly nun from the Sisters of St Joseph in Baden.
Each of the following winners was awarded a $1,000 scholarship to use toward their college education: Anthony Aloisi of Central Valley High School; Kara DiNofrio of Moon Area High School; Nickolas Halbedl of West Allegheny High School; Tierra Jackson of Aliquippa Junior/Senior High School; Dominic Montemurro of Highlands High School; Melissa Pintar of Youngstown State University; Daniel Pratt of Franklin Area High School; Steven Smith of Penn State University, Beaver Campus; Ian Stewart of Montour High School; and Mia Vinciguerra of New York University.
I call on the president to answer the question that General Petraeus did not," Clinton said, while campaigning in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania.
ServiceLink, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania--a provider of origination and default services and the national mortgage services platform of Fidelity National Financial Inc.
WIMCO), a holding company with locations in Wooster, Alliance, Youngstown and Elyria, Ohio; and in Aliquippa, Pa.
In September 1994, 132 people were killed when a USAir Boeing 737 en route to Pittsburgh crashed 19 miles northwest of the city in Aliquippa.
Initial markets will include several communities in the East Bay area of Northern California; Westchester and Culver City in greater Los Angeles; and Aliquippa, Baden, Carnegie and McKeesrock in metropolitan Pittsburgh.
The Aliquippa church closed six years ago as its membership dwindled from 300 to 15.