Plum, borough (1990 pop. 25,609), Allegheny co., SW Pa. on the Allegheny River, in a bituminous coal area; founded 1788, inc. 1956. It is a residential suburb of Pittsburgh. Apples and nursery stock are grown and there is dairying.
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