Like the borough of Harmony itself, the Harmony Volunteer Fire Company has a rich history. The company was organized…More in 1874 and became incorporated in 1933. Its first piece of equipment was a hand-pulled cart bought for the company by the borough in 1913.
Over the years, the station has had several homes. In 1986, the company erected the building that today houses the engines. In 1994, a meeting room was added to the building.
Many of the volunters are longtime members or family. Tim Sapienza, the current fire chief, has been in that position since 1979. Prior to that, his father was chief for close to two decades.
House of Chen 101 Brandt Dr, Cranberry Twp, PA16066 House of Chen is a locally owned and operated Chinese restaurant. It has been in business since 1995 providing fine…More dining and hosting special events for the Cranberry area. It has a selection of soups, appetizers and lunch and dinner specials. The specials include, but are not limited to chicken, pork, beef, seafood, vegetables and rice. It also has a deck for outside dining when it isn't too cold; if a bit chilly though, the restaurant does have a fire pit. It has eat in, take out and delivery available.
Established in 1959, Station 21 is a 100 percent volunteer organization serving the residents of Cranberry. The…More station has two locations. One is situated on Haine School Road. The other is on Route 19.
In 1981, the fire company agreed to transfer its assets to the township. In return, Cranberry would provide financial support for building maintenance, equipment and apparatus.
When they're not responding to emergencies, the 50+ company volunteers spend their time training and performing administrative work.
The station on Haine School was built in 1982 and houses the E21-3, R21, IC-3 and SQ21-2 engines. The offices of the President, Chief, 2nd Captain, 2nd Lieutenant all are located there.
Graham Park 260 Graham Park Dr, Cranberry Township, PA16066
Stretched across 115 acres of farmland purchased by the township from the Graham family in 2003, Graham Park is the…More third major park for Cranberry Township. The park also has open access to several new Cranberry housing plans, including Belle Vue Park.
Featuring the Dick's Sporting Goods Sportsplex, the park has 13 lighted fields on three campuses, three restroom and food concession buildings, ample parking, paved bicycle and walking trails, free Wi-Fi service, 12 natural grass fields and the Miracle League Field.
Limited concessions are available during athletic events, on the athletic campuses.
The park does not allow pets, alcohol, fires, skateboards or off-road vehicles. There is no smoking, food, or beverages allowed on field surfaces.
Field permits are required to use the fields for organized play.
Located in Butler County about 28 miles north of Pittsburgh, Zelienople's 2.2 square miles has plenty of housing,…More businesses and more.
The town was named for Zelie, the eldest daughter of the town's founder, Baron Dettmar Basse, who came to the area in 1802 from Frankfurt, Germany. Basse built his own private residence and then proceeded to lay out the village.
The borough offices are located on West New Castle Street in the same historic building that is home to the police department and also council chambers. The manager is Don Pepe, who oversees all borough departments and services excluding the police department and the fire department. Zelienople has more than 20 employees working for the borough.
The borough, which is home to the Strand Theater, also hosts the Horse Trading Days arts and music festival.