Allegheny River

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a river that rises in Pennsylvania and flows north into New York and then back south through Pennsylvania again to join the Monongahela River at Pittsburgh which is the beginning of the Ohio River

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The City of Olean and its partners -- the City of Salamanca; Towns of Allegany, Portville, Olean and Salamanca and Villages of Portville and Allegany will establish a plan for a multi-use recreation trail system along the Allegheny River.
The water drained rapidly onto Washington Boulevard, a main street near the Allegheny River on the city's east side, with a force too great for a pair of sewer pipes nine feet (2.
A large number of these rare mussels became available for both of these projects as a result of a proposed bridge replacement project in the Allegheny River in Pennsylvania.
Russell - who began throwing eight years ago - broke the record on the Allegheny river in Pennsylvania.
He set his record in July across the Allegheny river in Pennsylvania, the stone bouncing for 250 feet.
The zingers scarcely zing; they're as predictable as the steady flow of the Allegheny River.
She sets off to Pittsburgh to journey from the Allegheny River, to the Ohio, to the great Mississippi to New Orleans--and folks, it doesn't look like she is stopping there.
of Waterloo-Canada) throughout his academic career, and here he presents a biography of the a Chief Warrior of the Seneca population residing on the Allegheny River.
Another difficulty for players is that the course saddles the Allegheny River Valley.
In an intricate matrix of buildings and public and private external spaces, the new River Park will provide 700 residential units, retail, restaurants, a hotel and a congress building, on an orthogonal plot close to the city's Allegheny River.
Carson grew up in Springdale, Pennsylvania, and spent her childhood playing alongside the Allegheny River.
One of the most famous bridges to nowhere is Pittsburgh's Fort Duquesne Bridge that terminated in midair over the Allegheny River for six years before finally coming to rest beside Three Rivers Stadium, then home to NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers and 750,000 area residents.
In a rare show of mussel power, scuba-diving scientists on the Allegheny River are moving thousands of endangered bivalves to make way for bridge reconstruction in Forest County, Pennsylvania.
Instead of dashing for the shore, the teenager grabbed the escaped pet reptile by its snout - just like she had seen on TV - dragged it to the bank of the Allegheny River, Pennsylvania, dropped it into a drinks cooler and carried it to the local jail.
This trail left the creek at Emporium where canoes were portaged 20 miles north to Port Allegheny and set into the Allegheny River from which they would reach Lake Erie, Fort Detroit, and the Ohio lands by way of Fort Pitt.
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