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133 Taroli St, Old Forge, Pennsylvania 18518

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240 Main St, Old Forge, Pennsylvania 18518

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Single Family For Sale

111 Cheyenne Dr, Old Forge, Pennsylvania 18518

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Single Family For Sale

240 Main St, Old Forge, Pennsylvania 18518

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Single Family For Sale

117 Foster St, Old Forge, Pennsylvania 18518

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962 Wood St, Old Forge, Pennsylvania 18518

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Facts about Old Forge, PA

Old Forge is a borough in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 7,965 in 2019. It is located 5 miles southwest of downtown Scranton and 12 miles northeast of Wilkes-Barre.

The history of Old Forge can be traced back to 1789 and Dr. William Smith, who was an army surgeon in the American Revolutionary War. During the 1820s, Charles Drake operated the only stagecoach inn between Wilkes-Barre and Carbondale. Drake’s son, Ebenezer, secured a post office for Old Forge in 1848, where he served as postmaster until 1885. On May 26, 1871, Old Forge Township was designated, as it previously had been part of Lackawanna Township. Old Forge Borough was incorporated on May 2, 1899. The borough has a total area of 3.5 square miles.

Immigrants from Italy arrived in the early 1900s to work in the coal mines. Immigration mostly came from Felitto, a mountain town near Salerno. Pizza became the Italian coal miners lunch food. From the 1960s, there was a growth of what has become the borough’s trademark, the pizza business. The origins of selling pizza are believed to be rooted within the Ghigiarelli family, when Mrs. Ghigiarelli used to serve her homemade pizza to coal miners who gathered to play cards. “Old Forge Pizza” is typically rectangular in shape with a balanced sauce and topped with a blend of cheeses – usually mozzarella and white American or mozzarella and mild cheddar – on a crispy thick crust.

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School Districts in Old Forge, PA

The Old Forge School District is a diminutive, suburban, public school district serving the municipality of Old Forge, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Scranton in Lackawanna County. The district is one of the 500 public school districts of Pennsylvania. The district encompasses about 3 square miles.

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When was Old Forge, PA founded?

Located in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, Old Forge was founded as a township in 1871 and became a borough in 1899. Old Forge is home to the region’s oldest forge, built by Dr. William Smith and James Sutton in 1789. Over time, the town grew to become a hub for coal mining and its success helped it transition into a highly prosperous community. Today, Old Forge is a historic town in the Appalachian Mountains that hasn’t changed much, but continues to thrive.

Is Old Forge a good place to live?

Old Forge, Pennsylvania is an excellent place to call home, offering residents a suburban-rural feel and a strong community atmosphere. With a low poverty rate of 11.8% and a ranking of #43 in the Safest Places in Pennsylvania, Old Forge is a desirable location for families and individuals alike. This town is a destination for Italian cuisine and has been honored with the distinction, in some circles, as the “Pizza Capital of the World.”

What is the population of Old Forge, PA?

Old Forge has over 8,500 residents (2021).

Where is Old Forge, PA located?

Old Forge, Pennsylvania is located on the south bank of the Lackawanna River, between the two cities of Scranton and Wilkes-Barre.