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State Police Troop A, Indiana station, moving to new building

Paul Peirce
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Pennsylvania State Police
Troop A Indiana station moving toFenton Road in White Township on Tuesday. The new station address is 35 Fenton Road, Indiana, PA 15701.

State Police Troop A’s Indiana station will be moving into a new home effective 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Trooper Cliff Greenfield said the station’s new address will be 35 Fenton Road, Indiana, PA 15701.

The station is relocating about one-half mile away from its former location at 4221 Route 286 Highway West in Indiana. It is also located in White Township, near the Indiana Borough border.

Greenfield said the new facility will have increased parking space for the public and increased building space.

According to Greenfield, the station’s telephone number 724-357-1960 will remain the same.

More information is available at www.psp.pa.gov

Paul Peirce is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-850-2860, ppeirce@tribweb.com or via Twitter .

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