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Born in Derry Township, Pennsylvania, in 1857, Milton S. Hershey, became the most famous chocolatier in the United States. While he is widely known for his contributions to the confectionary world, he has also donated time and resources to his community through the Milton Hershey School, the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, and donations to many other causes. Read all about the chocolate icon in the Hershey News and the Hershey press in Pennsylvania newspaper archives.
Helltown, also known as Centralia, Pennsylvania, is home to only a handful of residents today. In 1962, a coal mine exploded, igniting a fire that has been burning ever since, showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
In 1892, Andrew Carnegie founded the Carnegie Steel Company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Before Carnegie Steel was founded, Andrew Carnegie was a big figure in the steel industry. Read all about his rise to fame in the Pittsburgh Dispatch and the Pittsburgh Catholic.