Below is information on businesses, services and churches on or near Route 30 in Laughlintown, compiled for persons considering living in the Borough, those who are new to the community and long-time residents. NOTE: This page is under construction. Please be patient at the time it will take to complete this list. Please contact me to add or amend the information below. —Carolyn 724 238 3493 or email@example.com.
LAUGHLINTOWN ANTIQUE MALL: 50+ dealers on two floors. Open Wed. through Sunday, 10-5. (724) 238 7533
LAUGHLINTOWN GARAGE: Service for vehicles; body shop; 24-hour towing. (724) 238 3203 Fax: (724) 238 6747.
LAUGHLINTOWN SUPPLY: Hardware, plumbing, paint, fasteners and other building products available at 115 Earnhardt Lane (mail to P. O. Box 210) in Laughlintown. Phone (724) 238-4156. Owners are Rick and Lisa Davis.
LIGONIER COUNTRY INN: More to come
THE PIE SHOPPE: The place to find pies, pastries, cakes, cheese cakes, gobs and many more treats to satisfy the sweet tooth. Lunch items (hot sandwiches, pizza, soup) are available year round mid-day. They take orders for specialty cakes (except wedding cakes). This is a walk-in business (no catering). Owned by Dave and Cathy Herrholtz.
SPEEDGOAT: A bicycle shop. More later.
FORESTRY OFFICE: More to come.
LAUGHLINTOWN COMMUNITY CENTER: More to come
LIGONIER HISTORICAL SOCIETY: A small local (Ligonier Valley) history library and a repository for records and documents; lectures on people, places and events past and present; maintains the Compass Inn Museum, several local abandoned cemeteries and prewerves Laurel Hill Iron Furnace (in New Florence). Hosts Festival of Lights in December and Tastes of the Town each spring. COMPASS INN: An authentic, restored, 1799 stagecoach stop and store. http://www.compassinn.com/lvhs.html
ROSS SURVEYING: Owned since 2006 by Joe Davis, this business has existed in different locations since 1910. Services inlcude land surveying for commercial, private and residential locations.
CHURCH More to come