Rochester, Pennsylvania

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Rochester is a borough in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, United States.wikipedia
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Wonder Boys (film)

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Recently, Rochester has been a background for films, including the 1986 movie Gung Ho, the 1996 movie Kingpin, and the 2000 movie Wonder Boys.
Other Pennsylvania locations included Beaver, Rochester and Rostraver Township.

Pennsylvania Route 68

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Virginia Avenue and Adams Street—two of the city's main thoroughfares via Pennsylvania Route 68—were once known as Fox Lane and Tiger Lane, respectively.
PA 68 follows the Ohio River between the Ohio border and Beaver, where it crosses the Beaver River into Rochester and heads northeast away from the Ohio River.

Beaver County, Pennsylvania

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Rochester is a borough in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Babe Parilli

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Parilli was born and raised in Rochester, Pennsylvania, an industrial town northwest of Pittsburgh, Parilli graduated from Rochester High School in 1948.

Bridgewater, Pennsylvania

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During this time, what would eventually become Rochester was known as East Bridgewater, Fairport, and Beaver Point.
Across the Beaver River from the east to its confluence with the Ohio River southeast, Bridgewater runs adjacent with Rochester Township, the borough of Rochester, and Monaca.

Christina Aguilera

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Following her parents' divorce when she was six years old, Aguilera, her younger sister Rachel, and her mother moved into her grandmother's home in Rochester, a suburb in the Pittsburgh area.

Henry Clay Fry

Rochester is where Henry Clay Fry and his associates formed a glass manufacturing company following Fry's return from the American Civil War.
Here in Rochester they built extensive plant building structures on 10 acre of land they purchased.

Joseph Henry Pendleton

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Joseph Henry Pendleton was born on June 2, 1860 in Rochester, Pennsylvania which is today a suburb of Pittsburgh, to Joseph Rhodes Pendleton and Martha Jane Cross.

Barney Cable

The fourth most prolific rebounder in Bradley basketball history, Barney Cable, a six-foot-seven forward from Rochester, Pennsylvania, was only the third BU player to be plucked in the NBA draft since the school went big time in 1938.

Oliver B. Shallenberger

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Shallenberger was born in Rochester, Pennsylvania, on May 7, 1860.

Ohio River

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* List of cities and towns along the Ohio River

Borough (Pennsylvania)

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Rochester is a borough in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Pennsylvania

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Rochester is a borough in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Pittsburgh

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Located 25 mi northwest of Pittsburgh, it is part of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

Pittsburgh-New Castle-Weirton, PA-OH-WV Combined Statistical Area

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Located 25 mi northwest of Pittsburgh, it is part of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

Pennsylvania Railroad

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Like many places around Pittsburgh, Rochester was a former industrial hub, home to the H. C. Fry Glass Company, and was a major junction on the Pennsylvania Railroad.

Gung Ho (film)

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Recently, Rochester has been a background for films, including the 1986 movie Gung Ho, the 1996 movie Kingpin, and the 2000 movie Wonder Boys.

Kingpin (1996 film)

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Recently, Rochester has been a background for films, including the 1986 movie Gung Ho, the 1996 movie Kingpin, and the 2000 movie Wonder Boys.

Lenape

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What would eventually become Rochester was originally a Lenape village called Sawcunk before being settled in 1799 in what was then the American frontier by white settlers.