Once dubbed "The Magic City," Farrell sprung up practically overnight when a steel mill was constructed in 1901 on a plain bordering the Shenango River in what was then part of Hickory Township (now Hermitage).
Despite years of population and industrial decline, Farrell has made progress in rebuilding itself due to new industrial investments on tax abated land and several new housing starts.
The median income for a household in the city was $22,659, and the median income for a family was $28,935.
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Cognigen/Linkshare/Tiger Direct - Category: Computer Services - 629 Stambaugh Ave. Farrell, PA 16121 (800) 710-7026
NAACP of Mercer - Category: Affiliates of NAACP - 211 Federal Street
Farrell, PA 16121-1923 (412) 981-4140
Shenango Valley Urban League - Category: Affiliates of Urban League - 601 Indiana Ave. Farrell, PA 16121-1759 (412) 981-5310
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Razzcal's - Category: Bar · Barbecue Restaurant · Arts & Entertainment
- 802 Roemer Blvd. Farrell, PA 16121-1807 (724) 346-3882 - (visit website)
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