This is an unofficial web site of the town of Glassport, Pennsylvania. It has been in operation since 1996. This site is mostly concerned with the citizens and events of the borough of Glassport both past and present.
In 2009, the Borough of Glassport established an official web page. You are encouraged to visit it at http://glassport.webs.com/. Several of the events handled by this site are now handled by the borough's official web site. To avoid duplication, links have been set up on this site to refer to the borough's site for such situations.
In 2012, the Glassport Development Corporation set up a website. Again, to avoid duplication, links were built to this site, and items which were once handled here, are now handled by the Glassport Development Corporation. These links will remain.
The page will be continously modified, so please, visit often. The number of visits to the site since counting began on October 11, 1996, and as determined by the system counter, is:
Supporters of the Web Page:
Dr. James Murphy GHS Class of 53 (President of Yorktowne Business Institute and School of Culinary Arts in York, PA)
Links on the WEB to Glassport:
Willam Anthony Will Memorial (The first person from Glassport to lose his life in Viet Nam.)
George Gorun Memorial Award
Bob's Bar (Contributions to Children's Hospital over the years, Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
'Angel Man' offers LaBelle smiles for free' (Story about former Glassporter Ted Govola)
Duo rescues woman from Glassport house fire (Police Officer Nick Caito and Glassport firefighter Ricky Vasquez rescue woman.)
Glassport E-Mail Club (This was an old fixture on the Glassport Web Page in 2001. One of the first social networks, even before Facebook)
Glassport Library Future (Pittsburgh Post Gazette Article , October 18, 2007)
Glassport library closes (Daily News Article on Glassport Library Closing)
Glassport Fire Departments Future (Pittsburgh Post Gazette Article , October 18, 2007)
Glassport Reliance Hose closing (Daily News Article on the end of Glassport Reliance Hose Co. No. 2)
Glassport Fire Company - The Glassport volunteer fire company.
Glassport tribute to public safety workers (Pittsburgh Post Gazette Article 9/9/2010)
Glassport Wire (Comprehensive New Feed For Glassport)
Lou D'Angelo Jr., Marathon Runner From Glassport
McKeesport Pictures (A collection of old and present day pictures of McKeesport scenes.)
Mon Valley Providers Council (Glassport is one of the 37 Mon Valley communities served by the organization.)
Pittsburgh Post Gazette Article on Glassport Web Site (Article on the Website published on Wednesday, December 11, 2002)
Queen of the Rosary Parish The home page of the Roman Catholic Church in Glassport.
St. Peter's High School, McKeesport - Class of '57 - Several Glassporters attended this school. Site under construction. Reunion information.
South Allegheny band director follows in mentor's footsteps Pittsburgh Post Gazette (Jessica Humanic)
The Very Reverend Paul J. Bradley to Oversee Pittsburgh Diocese
Bishop Paul Bradley to Head Kalamazoo, MI Diocese
Marge Hanley (Voter Cherishes the Right to Vote)
Marge Hanley (To Celebrate 100 years)
South Allegheny High School Gladiators Football
You Tube Video on Glassport - Submitted to the Unofficial Website Group on Facebook by Dõdi Montgomery Kellerman, Uploaded by F4Drummergoil on Oct 24, 2011
Other Links Which May Be Of Interest:
Allegheny County PA (USA) cemeteries Index Page Cemetery records and more.
15122.com - Serving West Mifflin, PA and surrounding communities
CommuteInfo - (Helping job seekers and employers within southwestern PA find alternatives to getting to work, other than driving alone.)
Girl Scouts of America (Western Pennsylvania)
Historic Pittsburgh - (Many interesting items about historic Glassport and its surroundings can be found here. Suggest that you search for Glassport at this site.)
Lebanon Presbyterian Church (A Church in West Mifflin)
McKeesport - Links to Other Sites
The Glassport Web Page is designed and maintained by
Richard A. Uher
E-Mail comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Page last updated March 2, 2013