New Kensington

New Kensington,

city (1990 pop. 15,894), Westmoreland co., SW Pa., on the Allegheny River, in a coal-mining area; laid out 1891 on the site of Fort Crawford (1778), inc. as a city 1933. Aluminum products have been made there since 1892. Other industries produce include ceramics, machinery, concrete, plastic and rubber products, crushed stone, and chemicals. A branch of Pennsylvania State Univ. is in New Kensington.
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The new Kensington Venture Fund II will target investments in VC funds, as well as direct investments in promising emerging technology companies.
Yerecic Label, label manufacturer in New Kensington, PA, has announced the installation of its first digital press and inline finishing unit with partners Domino and AB Graphic International, The Domino N610i and ABG Digicon 3 align with Yerecic Label's dedication to investing in the most advanced technology to better serve their customers.
Two groups 6 Voice of Westmoreland and Concerned People of Color of Arnold and New Kensington 6 organized a seven-hour rally outside the city clerk's office on Thursday, where they called for her resignation because, according to them, Peconi "advocated violence against peaceful protesters and made racist comments." Around 70 Facebook users pledged to participate in the rally.
RESIDENTS of a Liverpool suburb believe their area is being turned into "the new Kensington" after more controversial housing plans were approved.
Kerr, formerly of this city and now of New Kensington, Pa., has received orders to report for duty at Fort Treno, Oklahoma.
The new Kensington Aldridge Academy may be the 'fastest school ever built' but it boasts more than 30 classrooms, science laboratories and plenty of space for children to play
Headquarters and manufacturing operations for combustion analyzers and infrared leak detection and monitoring instruments are located in New Kensington, PA.
Recently, DiTommaso worked on ALT's project to expand and enhance the hiking trails at the Barking Slopes Conservation Area in New Kensington. In his current role at CCAC, DiTommaso serves as inhouse counsel and provides legal advice to CCAC's president, college officers and employees across all campuses.