In an effort to make state services available to more people, the office of state Rep. Marty Flynn will begin offering bimonthly outreach visits to Clarks Green and South Abington Township.
A Dunmore company's public compressed natural gas fueling station should be operational in six to nine months, the firm's chief executive officer said Monday.
Contemporary bluegrass group Hickory Project is returning to the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock Sunday, Aug. 24 at 3 pm. Known for their acoustic music with a twist of bluegrass, this live concert brings back mandolin champion Anthony Hannigan to the...
Whether or not you have been to one of the Dietrich Theater's Open Mic Nights in the Peg Fassett Performance Studio, you will want to be there Friday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m., according to a theater news release, to enjoy the original music of singer...
Rally for Reilly will be held at the V-Spot, 906 Providence Road, Scranton, Sunday, Sept. 7, from 1 to 8 p.m. The event's purpose is to raise funds and awareness for Reilly Itterly, 12, of Clarks Summit, who will undergo spinal fusion surgery to...
The First Presbyterian Church in Clarks Summit and the Fleetville Community Center will again host detailed instructions in drawing and painting for children, with all supplies provided.
NEPA Aging Network Alliance (NANA) Planning Committee Members met to finalize plans for their free educational event Successful Aging.
The Dickson City Cub Scout Pack 21, chartered by the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, recently spent a week camping at Camp Acahela in the Pocono Mountains.
Timmy Walsh, creator of Camera For A Cure (CFA) and a First Class Boy Scout with Troop 21, used his gardening skills to help the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC), located on Mulberry Street in Scranton.
The editor in chief of the newly ranked number two college newspaper in the country is an Abington Heights High School graduate.
HARRISBURG — Former state representative and current Lackawanna County Commissioner Jim Wansacz, who bought a house in Harrisburg almost 11 years ago and lived there while still receiving taxpayer-funded per diem money, has sold the home for...
Lackawanna College conferred more than 300 associate degrees and certificates during its 120th commencement ceremony held May 17 at the Student Union, 500 Jefferson Ave., Scranton.Local graduates include:
The National Park Service, created by The Organic Act signed by President Woodrow Wilson on August 25, 1916, is gearing up for its centennial celebration in 2016. Steamtown National Historic Site will join with the more than 400 National Park Service...
Boy Scout Troop 21 spent its recent meetings before camp brushing up on the boys' first aid, fire building and other outdoor related skills, as well as the making of patrol flags.
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REMINDERSAbington Community Market, open Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Local growers sell their vegetables and more behind the South Abington Elementary School.
WILKES-BARRE — Two men were displaced after a fire broke out this afternoon in a vacant upstairs apartment of the house they are renting on Fulton Street.
Samantha Scott, of Falls, a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology (BCMB) major at The University of Scranton, was chosen to present the findings of her scientic research at a national academic conference with the help of her adviser, Michael...
The Avenue Consignment Shoppe, Clarks Summit, in celebration of its fifth anniversary, held a fundraiser for the Women's Resource Center in Scranton during its Vintage Couture Fashion Show Fundraiser Aug. 10.
Believe it or not, the Dietrich's Fall Film Festival is a little more than a month away. This year our film bookers Hildy, Ronnie and Jeffrey have a real treat for us – 25 films in 21 days! “Why?” You might be asking. Well,...
The Lakeside Concert Series at Hillside Park on Winola Road brings yet another band to the Abingtons on Wednesday night, Aug. 20. From 6 to 8 p.m. at the lakeside pavilion, Coal Town Rounders—a four-piece, traditional bluegrass band—will...
More than 30 children and parents attended a shark-themed party at the Dalton Community Library Aug. 12. The group closed out the summer reading program with a book reading, sensory game, craft and other activities with Lauren Smith, of the Everhart...
The Third Annual Phyllis Dietrich Memorial Block Party was held in Clarks Green on Saturday, July 19. Sixty residents of the 100 block of Clark Street attended the picnic and shared conversation.
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A Lackawanna Trail Education Association Retirement Celebration was held May 22 at State Street Grill, Clarks Summit.
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