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Other Spellings

Lloyd Ave is also spelled Lloyd Avenue, Lloyd Avnue, Lloyd Avenu, Lloyd Aven, Lloyd Avn, Lloyd Av.
Latrobe, PA

Time Zone & Current Time

Latrobe, PA lies within the Eastern Standard Time (or EST). The current time in Eastern Standard Time is 05:30 AM on 08/29/2015.
Latrobe, PA

Top Streets

14th St, 15th St, 1st Ave, 1st St, 2nd Ave, 2nd St, 33rd St, 3rd Ave, 4th Ave, and 5th Ave
Latrobe, PA

Population Demographics

Household Income
$45k
Home Value
$152k
Age
41 years old
Gender
51% female
Local Ethnicity
Caucasian
Ethnicity Ratio
99%
Occupation
Management

About Latrobe, PA

Latrobe is a city in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania in the United States, approximately 40 mi southeast of Pittsburgh. The city population was 7,634 as of the 2000 census (9,265 in 1990). It is located near the Pennsylvania's scenic Chestnut Ridge. Latrobe was incorporated as a borough in 1854, and as a city in 1999. The current Mayor is Barbara Griffin. Among its claims to fame, Latrobe is the home of the Latrobe Brewery (the original brewer of Rolling Rock beer), Saint Vincent College, and golfer Arnold Palmer. It was the childhood home of Fred Rogers, children's television personality. He was also buried there in Unity Cemetery after his death in 2003. In addition, it is the birthplace of trumpeter Dennis Ferry. While it was believed for years that the first professional football game was played in Latrobe, the city refused induction into the Hall of Fame records. Latrobe is also home of the first banana split, invented in Latrobe by David Strickler in 1904. Latrobe is home to the training camp of the Pittsburgh Steelers American football team. Also, comedian Jackie Mason spent three years as a rabbi in Latrobe after his ordination. In May 2006, Anheuser-Busch purchased the Rolling Rock brands, but not the brewery. In June 2006, City Brewing Company from LaCrosse, Wisconsin entered into negotiations to buy the brewery. In September 2006, City Brewing Company agreed to purchase the brewery, and they licensed it to the Boston Beer Company in April 2007 as a satellite brewery to produce Samuel Adams beers. Sam Adams production did not last long. The plant is currently gearing up to brew Iron City Beer under contract. In addition, Duquesne Bottling Company has brewed the revived [http://duquesnebeer.com/ Duquesne Beer], "The Prince of Pilseners", at the Latrobe plant. (more on Wikipedia)