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Public Libraries listed by County:
Community Library of Shenango Valley
11 N Sharpsville Avenue
Sharon, PA 16146
Phone (724) 981-4360
CLSV - Stey-Nevant Branch
1000 Roemer Blvd.
Farrell, PA 16121
Phone (724) 983-2714
Greenville Area Public Library
330 Main Street
Greenville, PA 16125
Phone (724) 588-5490
Grove City Community Library
125 West Main Street
Grove City, Pennsylvania 16127
Phone (724) 458-7320
Mercer Area Public Library
110 East Venango Street
Mercer, PA 16137
New Castle Public Library
207 East North Street
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone (724) 658-6659
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The Borough of Sharpsville was founded by James Sharp in 1874 and currently has a population of 4500. Sharpsville is located in Mercer County which is in western Pennsylvania 70 miles to the north of Pittsburgh and 2 miles from the Ohio border.
Farrell is a 106-year old community in southwestern Mercer County, positioned along the Pennsylvania/Ohio border. It was formed around the beginnings of the full scale steel industry and its citizens – many of whom worked at Sharon Steel – helped the company become one of the leading producers of steel in the world. All along the peaks, valleys, and river beds of western Pennsylvania, the complete manufacture of steel was the spur to the birth, growth and stabilization of municipalities at the beginning of the Twentieth Century. The City of Farrell is surely—and proud to be—one of that number. While the steel industry has experienced some faded glory in the past several decades, Farrell remains focused on building a strong, bright future through coordinated community and economic development initiatives.
Hermitage, Pennsylvania is a growing, vibrant home rule charter third-class city with approximately 16,000 residents. We are one of several communities in the Shenango Valley located in Mercer County along the Pennsylvania - Ohio border and within ninety minutes of Pittsburgh, Erie, Cleveland, and Akron. Easy access to Hermitage is available through major highways such as PA Route 60, I-80 and I-79.
We are a diverse and proud community located on the Pennsylvania-Ohio line in Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Our rich heritage is one of the fundamental building blocks of our unique city. A premier health system, heavy industrial plants, high-tech businesses, over 30 churches of various denominations and a campus branch of one of the states largest Universities all call Sharon home
For over 50 years, the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce has played an active role in the community and in the lives of the businesses that have found their home here. The Chamber welcomes visitors to the Greenville, PA area- this area encompasses Greenville, Reynolds/Transfer, Jamestown, Sandy Lake/Stoneboro, and Hadley, PA.
This is the new home of the Hermitage Historical Society. The house is available for tours by appointment only at this time. If you would like a tour please call 724-346-0419 to make arrangements
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“The Mission of the Mercer County Historical Society is to collect and preserve artifacts, manuscripts, published materials and records relating to Mercer County’s pre-history and history and to use these to increase public awareness and appreciation for Mercer County’s heritage. The Society will strive to provide and promote educational opportunities connected with Mercer County history through its museum, library and archives, living history programs, oral history project, publications program, and historic sites and buildings. The Society will also encourage the preservation of materials, sites and buildings that are significant to the County’s history but which do not fall under the control of the Society.”
Two brothers started a weekly newspaper in 1864, recognizing the potential of Sharon and the Shenango Valley for great industrial development and potential. Today, nearly a century and a half later, The Herald thrives as a daily serving the Shenango Valley and Mercer County area....
The mission of the Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce is to be an advocate for business, to promote business alliances, to provide valuable benefits and services to our members and to be a leader for economic development efforts in the Shenango Valley.