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Dunbar, PA 4/4/09: The Fayette Central RailRoad Pt. 3
The first railroad to run in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, was the Pittsburgh & Connellsville (P&C). The first section ran from Turtle Creek, near Pittsburgh, to Connellsville. Although the P&C was incorporated in 1837, the first trains did not run in Fayette County until 1855. The delay to reach the county seat of Uniontown was even longer. The leaders of Uniontown initially supported the idea of a railroad. General Henry W. Beeson had been one of the initial subscribers to the P&C, and in the 1830's he supported the advent of the railroads. However, in the 1840's, he changed his position. At a meeting held in Uniontown in July 1845, General Beeson argued that the railroad would take away commerce from the National Road, including all of the businesses in Uniontown, such as black smiths and taverns, which serviced the travelers on the National Road. His efforts slowed the railroads' arrival in Uniontown. However, when the Pennsylvania Railroad opened a line to Pittsburgh in 1852, the citizens of Uniontown were aroused to the importance of the railroads. At another meeting held at the courthouse on January 11,1853, James Veech, Esquire, painted the picture of prosperity that would be brought by the railroad. Subscriptions began that day for the Fayette County Railroad (the first FCRR). The Fayette County Railroad was the first to reach Uniontown when it opened a line between Connellsville and Uniontown in late 1859 that was officially opened on Monday, January 2,1860 ...
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28, Oct 2014 - Judge won't nix statements in killing of Pa. teen
UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) - A Western Pennsylvania judge says prosecutors can use a murder suspect statements to police despite a defense claim that smoking marijuana before questioning had impaired his judgment.
28, Oct 2014 - Union, PA Pastor gets prison for molesting 3, attempt on 4th
UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) - A former western Pennsylvania pastor who pleaded no contest to molesting three young girls and trying to molest a fourth will spend three to six years in prison.
26, Oct 2014 - Fayette, PA Woman gets prison for mistaken name jail escape
UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A western Pennsylvania woman has been sentenced to 9 to 24 months in state prison for taking advantage of county jail guards who were confused by her similar-sounding name and released her to a bail bondsman looking for another inmate.
26, Oct 2014 - Fayette, PA Uniontown man jailed on charges he attacked dog, dog-walker
A 20-year-old Pennsylvania man is jailed on charges he kicked a small dog that barked at him, then beat up the dog's owner while the animal was out for a walk.
12, Oct 2014 - Brownsville, PA Pennsylvania death row inmate seeks new trial
UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A man sentenced to death in the murder of his former girlfriend a decade ago is seeking a new trial on the grounds that some evidence wasn't presented at his original trial.
09, Oct 2014 - Clark, PA Eyewitness 1884: Uniontown murder case leads family to another
A lady’s reputation was not to be trifled with in Western Pennsylvania in 1884. A dispute in Uniontown over the honor of a 16-year-old girl left two men dead and a third on trial for his life in a Pittsburgh courtroom.
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