Greensburg, Pennsylvania

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Greensburg is a city in and the county seat of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States, and a part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area.wikipedia
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Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

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Greensburg is a city in and the county seat of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States, and a part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area. Newtown became the Westmoreland County seat in 1785, after the original county seat, Hannastown, was damaged during a raid by Seneca people and Canadian rangers.
The county seat is Greensburg.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg

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The city is home of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg.
The Diocese of Greensburg is a Roman Catholic diocese centered in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, with 78 parishes in Armstrong, Fayette, Indiana, and Westmoreland counties in Western Pennsylvania in the United States.

Seton Hill University

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Seton Hill College, formerly St. Joseph's Academy, became a four-year women's institution in 1918.
Seton Hill University is a Catholic liberal arts university in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

Greensburg Downtown Historic District (Greensburg, Pennsylvania)

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Two neighborhoods have been designated as U.S. historic districts, the Greensburg Downtown Historic District and the Academy Hill Historic District.
The Greensburg Downtown Historic District of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, is bounded approximately by Tunnel Street, Main Street, Third Street, and Harrison Avenue.

Westmoreland Museum of American Art

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As part of this ongoing transition, an expansion of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art was completed in 2015.
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is an art museum in Greensburg devoted to American art, with a particular concentration on the art of southwestern Pennsylvania.

Academy Hill Historic District (Greensburg, Pennsylvania)

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Two neighborhoods have been designated as U.S. historic districts, the Greensburg Downtown Historic District and the Academy Hill Historic District.
The Academy Hill Historic District of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, is bounded approximately by Baughman Street, North Maple Avenue, Kenneth Street, Culbertson Avenue, Beacon Street, and North Main Street.

Greater Pittsburgh Region

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Greensburg is a city in and the county seat of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States, and a part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area.

Westmoreland County Courthouse

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The Westmoreland County Courthouse, in its various incarnations, has stood on this site ever since. Also listed on the National Register of Historic Places are the Greensburg Railroad Station and Westmoreland County Courthouse.
The Westmoreland County Courthouse is a government building of Westmoreland County located in the county seat, Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

Greensburg station

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Also listed on the National Register of Historic Places are the Greensburg Railroad Station and Westmoreland County Courthouse.
Greensburg is an Amtrak railway station located approximately 30 mi east of Pittsburgh at Harrison Avenue and Seton Hill Drive in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

Pittsburgh

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Located 30 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, Greensburg is a major business, academic, tourism and cultural center in Western Pennsylvania.
Saint Vincent Summer Theatre, Off the Wall Productions, Mountain Playhouse, The Theatre Factory, and Stage Right! in nearby Latrobe, Carnegie, Jennerstown, Trafford, and Greensburg, respectively, employ Pittsburgh actors and contribute to the culture of the region.

Frank Cowan

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He was born in Greensburg, Pennsylvania to Lucetta Oliver and Edgar Cowan, a local lawyer.

14th Quartermaster Detachment

Greensburg is home to the 14th Quartermaster Detachment, which took the heaviest casualties of any Coalition unit during the Gulf War (81% of the 14th's personnel were killed or wounded by an Iraqi missile strike).
The 14th Quartermaster Detachment, is a United States Army Reserve water purification unit stationed in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

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Greensburg's cultural status grew as the Westmoreland County Museum of Art opened in 1959 and the University of Pittsburgh founded the branch campus, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, in 1963, now located in Hempfield Township.
Pitt-Greensburg is located two miles (3 km) south of the center of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, a city located in Westmoreland County, and approximately 33 mi to the southeast of Pittsburgh.

Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

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Greensburg's cultural status grew as the Westmoreland County Museum of Art opened in 1959 and the University of Pittsburgh founded the branch campus, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, in 1963, now located in Hempfield Township.
Seven separate boroughs are entirely situated within Hempfield Township: Greensburg, Southwest Greensburg, South Greensburg, Youngwood, New Stanton, Arona, and Adamsburg.

Greensburg-Salem School District

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The second school district servicing Greensburg itself is the Greensburg Salem School District.
The City of Greensburg as well as South Greensburg Boro, Southwest Greensburg Boro, and Salem Township are within district boundaries.

Greensburg Central Catholic High School

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Greensburg is home to Greensburg Central Catholic High School and Aquinas Academy ( www.aquinasacademy.org), both private Catholic schools.
Greensburg Central Catholic High School (GCC) is a Roman Catholic high school located in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, United States.

Stage Right!

Stage Right! also contributes to the culture of the region, offering classes in musical theatre for young people and staging professional productions at the Palace Theater and Greensburg Garden and Civic Center.
Stage Right! is a professional theatre company and performing arts school located in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

Hannastown, Pennsylvania

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Newtown became the Westmoreland County seat in 1785, after the original county seat, Hannastown, was damaged during a raid by Seneca people and Canadian rangers.
The county government was moved to Newtown, which later became known as Greensburg.

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

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In addition, the branches of Carlow University, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and Triangle Tech are located within the Greater Greensburg area.
The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) is a private graduate school of medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy with a main campus in Erie, Pennsylvania, and branch campuses located in Greensburg, Pennsylvania and Bradenton, Florida.

South Greensburg, Pennsylvania

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With an enrollment of 3,600 students, Greensburg Salem serves the City of Greensburg, South Greensburg, Southwest Greensburg and Salem Township.
A trolley line was constructed in 1890 along Broad Street, running north into Greensburg.

Greensburg Athletic Association

From 1890 until 1900, Greensburg was the home of the Greensburg Athletic Association, one of the earliest professional football teams.
The Greensburg Athletic Association was an early organized football team, based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, that played in the unofficial Western Pennsylvania Professional Football Circuit from 1890 until 1900.

Hempfield Area School District

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The larger of the two is the Hempfield Area School District.
It completely surrounds the city of Greensburg.

Richard Mellon Scaife

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The paper was based in Greensburg, the county seat and center of Westmoreland County, located about 30 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

Nathanael Greene

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The city is named after Nathanael Greene, a major general of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War.
Greene is also memorialized by statues in or near Philadelphia, Valley Forge National Historical Park, Greensboro, Savannah, Georgia, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, and Greenville, South Carolina.