|1.||Hamburg, New York|
A town in Erie County, New York. It is within about a 20-25 minute travel distance by car from downtown Hamburg to downtown Buffalo which is the County Seat of Erie County.
It contains a village also named Hamburg, and another village named Blasdell.
It is a southtown. On a scale from 1 (Northtown) (e.g. Tonawonda) - 5 (Southtown) (e.g. Aurora) it is considered around a 4 or so.
The Town of Hamburg is south of the City of Lackawanna, Lackawanna being south of Buffalo. Despite this, some areas are still somehow considered Buffalo, but the roads and numbering are all being redone and or changed around, which may attribute to this confusion or problem. Be warned if your GPS isn't up-to-date, it will not work in this town in many areas.
You can find a decent restaurant, walk in a quiet little one-floor mall like McKinley's mall, it has strips like McKinley Highway which offer plenty of chain and even the occasional mom& popish store for mostly everything you want, so you can't go wrong in Hamburg, visiting or living. Also, Hamburg is in a decent location. You can get basically anything you want and commute to several near towns in anywhere from 5-10 minutes to usually not more than 25-30 minutes if that.
VanillaCoffee: I've seen a good chunk of Erie county and I like Hamburg, New York the best. Cool little town... I may even soon officially be a Hamburger. Ahaha...
A city in north eastern pennsylvania, midway right between NYC and Philly. W-B is home to some of the hardest gangsters in the Northeast. There are shootings and stabbings every week in the downtown part of this small ghetto city(or rather, ghetto without a city. Many people think Wilkes-Barre is shitty compared to it's bigger neighbor in Lackawanna county, Scranton(which is also ghetto as hell). But hey, we have a casino, racing track, huge theater complex, ghetto projects, crazy good hardcore and hip-hop scene, dangerous clubs, a huge heroin and crack market,a bunch of gangsta black people and a bunch of old white people. What more can you ask for? WB's is also geting a lot of people moving in from poor places in other North Eastern cities like NYC, Philly, Baltimore, and Newark. Carry some form of protection with you when you're in da Dubya-Bee. and oh yeah, the mall there sucks.
My name's razz da mc and you better be scared, don't call me a pussy nigga 'cause i'm from wilkes-barre
Dalton is a small town in Northeastern Pennsylvania about 10 miles north of Scranton and three minutes from Clarks Summit, it is yet another stereotypical Abington town with middle-upper class families. The downtown is full of small shops such as a grocery store, firehall, pharmacy, a law office, library, etc. The people there are generally friendly but mostly fake. It's neighborhoods comprise of old huge rich 19th century victorian houses to present day McMansions. The town also covers a mix of rural hick, suburban snob, and small town homeliness. The police force, like Clarks Summit and South Abington, spend most of their time ticketing innocent drivers.
Dalton, PA is a small town in Northeastern Pennsylvania about 10 miles north of Scranton and three minutes from Clarks Summit, it is yet another stereotypical Abington town with middle-upper class families.
A quiet little town 20 minutes south of Buffalo NY, a shitty city. There's not much to do in Hamburg, but its not all that bad. The town golf course is usually flooded by 18 mile creek, there are 3 country clubs within the town limits, however no real people are allowed at them. The McKinley mall is too small. Teens usually find themselves reeking havoc in the Wal Mart on Rt 20, the 3rd largest Wal Mart in the country. God only knows why they built it in Hamburg.more...
The best bowling alleys in all the land were demolished years ago after a snowstorm. World Gym has since replaced it as the local rally point for overweight slobs and juiceheads.
There are a few notable attributes to Hamburg, NY, including Hamburg beach, a mediocre half mile of sand and rock along the polluted waters of Lake Erie, and the Erie Country Fair, one of the largest county fairs in the entire nation. The Nike Base is home to some 30 Soccer, lacrosse, baseball and softball fields, as well as an ice hockey rink.
For entertainment, residents of Hamburg typically find themselves traveling elsewhere, ie. Orchard Park, West Seneca, and anywhere else north of the town.
Also, there are two villages in Hamburg, Blasdell and Hamburg. Blasdell somehow managed to give itself the nickname one square mile of heaven, which couldn't be farther from the truth. It is the second biggest poop stain on WNY, second only to Lackawanna. Blasdell, if fact, is what separates Hamburg from the trash that has taken over Lackawanna.
Commuter suburb in Essex County, NJ, about 15 miles from Manhattan. Divided into about three sections. Section 1: The "ghetto" of southeastern and east central Montclair, mostly composed of vaguely derelict multifamily houses and vacant laundromats, and black with a few Sikhs in population. Known as an infamous drug trading area for everyone in suburban Essex County. The area between Glenfield Park and Glen Ridge Avenue is typically considered the worst area, where over 1/2 the businesses are vacant and most of the houses appear to be in a state of disrepair. It is also home to Lackawanna Plaza, a discount shopping center. Black people have lived in the area south of Bloomfield Avenue in East Montclair since the 1700s, and the area north of Bloomfield Avenue is originally a very old Italian neighborhood that is now primarily black, but with some Sikhs. 2. Downtown Montclair-An expanding area centered on the fairly trendy business area around Bloomfield Avenue, Church Street, Fullerton Avenue, Midland Avenue, and Walnut Street. This is home to many boutiques, restaurants, art house movie theaters, bookstores, galleries, and a disordinate number of antique stores for such a small town. The residential areas of Downtown Montclair range from primarily white luxury apartments and restored Victorian two-family houses off Bloomfield Avenue to multimillion dollar houses near Essex Park and down South Mountain Avenue towards the Eagle Rock Reservation. Upper Mountain Avenue in the ...more...
1. East Stroudsburg is a borough in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in the Poconos region of the state. Originally known as "Dansbury", East Stroudsburg was renamed for geographic reasons when the Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Railroad opened a station in town.
Its population has shown a slow, steady escalation from 2,648 in 1900 to 3,330 in 1910 to 6,404 in 1940 to 9,888 in 2000, according to census reports.
2. A nice quiet town that has been corrupted by an onslaught of stupid ass New Yorkers. The town is predominantly white but you wouldn't know it looking at the scum that pollutes our streets and retail stores. The area was once the home to small families and older folks and it was an ideal place to have and raise children. Now its full of drugs, crime and murder and a bunch of New Yorkers who think they're cool and can do whatever they want just because they're not from around here and they're bored. GO HOME and leave us alone!
Resident #1: East Stroudsburg is so pretty in the fall.
Resident #2: It used to be before the New Yorkers got here.