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North Versailles Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania - History
... and South Versailles the boroughs of White Oak, East McKeesport, Wall, Versailles, and portions of Wilmerding and Trafford as well as the major ... North Versailles was further divided with the formation of the boroughs of East McKeesport (1893), Wall (1904), and portions of the boroughs of ... of North Versailles (Allequippa Grove, later known as North McKeesport and Highland Grove) was annexed by the city of McKeesport ...
North Versailles Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania - Schools
... North Versailles, East McKeesport, Wilmerding, and Wall consolidated school systems in the early 1960s to form the East Allegheny School District ... East Allegheny High School (the Wildcats – 1969) is situated off Route 48 (Jack's Run Road) near the intersection of U.S ... School Spring Hill School Kincaid School Point Pleasant School Oak Hill School North McKeesport School Arlington School Sunset School South Wilmerding School Dixon Avenue School Crestas School ...
North Versailles Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania - Notable Residents
... Comedian Donna Jean Young, whose career was built upon her material related to East McKeesport and "Woolmerding" (as she pronounced and spelled Wilmerding in her act), was a resident of Broadway Extension ... In her youth, portions of North Versailles used East McKeesport as a postal address and were long associated with this community ... an album on Epic Records, Live From East McKeesport ...
East McKeesport, Pennsylvania - Police/Fire Department
... East McKeesport is served by the East McKeesport Police Department, which also serves the borough of Wall ... United Volunteer Fire/Rescue, formerly Wall VFD and East McKeesport VFD #2, provides fire services for East McKeesport and Wall ...

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