Skip to main content


Showing posts from January, 2024

Growing a Business in Cranberry Township

Cranberry Township, located in Western Pennsylvania, USA, is a thriving community known for its robust economy, strategic location, and vibrant business environment. Situated in Butler County, Cranberry Township has experienced significant growth over the past few decades, transforming from a rural area into a bustling suburban center with a diverse array of businesses and industries. One of the key factors driving Cranberry Township's business success is its strategic location. Situated at the intersection of major highways, including Interstate 79 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Cranberry Township offers convenient access to regional markets such as Pittsburgh, Erie, and Cleveland. This accessibility has made it an attractive location for businesses looking to establish a presence in the Greater Pittsburgh region while maintaining connectivity to other major metropolitan areas. Cranberry Township boasts a diverse economy, with businesses representing various sectors including heal

About Adams Township A Butler County Bedroom Community

  About Adams Township – A Butler County Bedroom Community  Adams Township  is a combination of two townships – Middlesex Township and the eastern section of Cranberry Township. Both of these were original townships established in Butler County in 1804.  Adams Township  was created in 1854 and was 15,000 acres of land, 5 miles by 5 miles on all four sides. A wooded area that bordered by Breakneck Creek along the north and south, the first clearing of the wooded land was for agriculture. There were also a few saw mills and tanneries. Settlers actually began settling in Adams Township  in 1796 long before it was an established township. The area was named for President John Quincy Adams and the early settlement was due to the Depreciation Lands Act of 1783, passed by Congress authorizing land grants to veterans of the Revolutionary War. The year 1878 saw the Pittsburgh and Western railroad’s construction of track along Breakneck Creek. This spurred development and soon Valencia,