Once a booming industrial mining town, Scranton, Pennsylvania, is a now mid-sized American city that’s a center for healthcare and light manufacturing. At its peak, the city had more than 140,000 residents, but today the population is just over 76,000- a number which hasn’t changed much in recent years.
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In its early history, Scranton became well-known for being one of the most diverse cities on the East Coast. The thriving mining industry attracted many European immigrants from various cultures. While the Census may claim that over 80% of residents are white, there is a stronger cultural diversity in this town than in other predominantly-white communities.
Based on the U.S. Census Bureau’s latest data, there are currently 76,653 locals living in Scranton. Here’s the latest racial makeup report:
- 6.1% Black/African American
- 83.8% White
- 14.4% Hispanic/Latino
- 4.9% Asian
The median income for Scranton residents is just over $39,066 annually, and the percentage of the population at or below the poverty line is 23.7%.
- Scranton was incorporated on February 14, 1856, as a borough in Luzerne County and later in 1866 as a city.
- The home of Isaac Tripp, the first known European-American settler, built his home and is still standing today.
- Since the 1970s, Scranton has hosted L Festa Italiana. A three-day festival celebrated on Labor day weekend.
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