SCRANTON — State Sen. John Blake (D-Lackawanna/Luzerne/Monroe) joined local business and nonprofit leaders April 27 at Marywood University for his first Inclusion Initiative Summit.
SELINSGROVE — Michael Terwilliger, of Clarks Summit, was one of 41 students from Susquehanna University who recently presented research at the 2015 annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research at University of...
James Vasky, of Chinchilla and a graduate student in software engineering at The University of Scranton, rehearses with the university's String Orchestra, which will perform in concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 2 in the Houlihan-McLean Center.
High school and college students can win a scholarship by hosting an American Red Cross blood drive through the Leaders Save Lives program. Registration is now open to host a participating blood drive between June 1 and Aug. 31.
BATON ROUGE, LA — Daniel Callen and Nicole Stefko, both of Clarks Summit, were recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Congressman Matt Cartwright visits Waverly Elementary School second-grade students recently to discuss government matters.
THROOP — The Double “R” Twirlettes will present “A Night at the Movies” at 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 17 at the Mid Valley Secondary Center. The show will feature the Twirlettes as they perform to songs from their...
DALTON — Tim Burke was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1998, but that hasn't limited his determination to compete in races and endurance competitions throughout the northeast.
TUNKHANNOCK — Students of the Whipple Performing Arts Studio will present their annual spring recital at 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday, May 2 at the Tunkhannock Area High School.
EASTON, MA — Clarks Summit native Brandon A. Perigard was recently inducted into Stonehill College's Honor Society Lambda Epsilon Sigma. Perigard is a member of the 2016 and a Criminology and Interdisciplinary Studies major.
Staff members from the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) gathered with the Lackawanna County Commissioners for a proclamation designating April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. The CAC combats child abuse, neglect and exploitation by providing...
SCRANTON – Warren Shotto, of Dunmore, was named assistant chief nursing officer at Commonwealth Health Moses Taylor Hospital.
Members of Queen Victoria's Court attended a Titanic Tea at The Sophia Coxe Foundation April 12 in Drifton. From left,Lesley Bommer, Lisa Terninko, Margaret Messana, Mary Ocwieja, Kathy Chorba and Susan Seitzinger.
DICKSON CITY — The top award for the Senior Division in a recent first aid meet went to Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Troop 322, based out of Dickson City.
DICKSON CITY — Boy Scout Troop 21 recently joined over 100 other local Scouts at The Commonwealth Medical College for TCMC's second annual First Aid Meet.
The Purple Club met to pick 2014 raffle winners. Proceeds fund scholarships for local students at The University of Scranton. From left, Jeanne Trunzo, Edward Conrad, Ashley DeFlice, Purple Club Vice President Edward Karpovich, Joseph DeAntona,...
SCRANTON — Marywood University's School of Social Work will host its spring colloquium Culturally Responsive Social Work Practice from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 28 in the Latour Conference Room, Nazareth Student...
The Lackawanna County Commissioners were Hosts for a Day April 20 and helped feed area residents the daily hot meal at St. Francis Kitchen. The kitchen also operates a food pantry, provides a light dinner three nights a week, and distributes clothing...
Lakeland High School senior Nathan Morgan formally committed to Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. The Lakeland Scholar of the Year, as chosen by NEIU 19, earned a Presidential Scholarship in the amount of $13,000 per year. He is reigning...
Students at Lakeland Elementary-Scott Campus went back in time in our region's history. Darlene Ferraro-Ploch of the Anthracite Historical Discovery Center treated the students to an interactive demonstration of our region's rich coal...
WAVERLY TWP. — Got spring fever? The Waverly Community House (the Comm), 1115 N. Abington Road, has the cure.
HARRISBURG — Attorney General Kathleen Kane engaged in a cover-up and lied about her role in an alleged unlawful leak of information from a 2009 investigation, according to a report by the grand jury that recommended she face criminal...
SCRANTON — Old trains make for good business.
SCRANTON – Leadership Lackawanna, The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce's leadership development affiliate, is now accepting applications for the Core Program Class of 2016. The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 30.
SCRANTON – The Lackawanna Historical Society recently welcomed a new member to its board of trustees, John A. Farkas, Ph.D.
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