Enjoy this week's newsletter
Breakfast with St. Nick and Friends on Dec. 14
Exhibition Opening and Artist’s Reception will be held on Saturday, December 7th, from 6 – 10 pm
Lackawanna County’s “Holiday On The Square” Set For December 6 & 7
World AIDS Day Educational Fundraiser at Wilkes University on Sunday Dec. 1st
This week on campus
We say good bye to November and Hello to December this weekend.
Enjoy the Sounds of the Season
Theater planning many productions for the new year.
Johnson College does one drafting project each school year for a community organization
The Greater Shenandoah Area Chamber of Commerce is again sponsoring the Light Up the Park initiative
If you missed the Open House you can hear the Skyliners on Saturday!
Organizers announce events for annual holiday tradition in Pottsville
Toys for Tots
A run, walk and fundraiser will be held for Kristin Hoovler of Mountain Top
Misericordia University presents Trustee Associates Award to Tambur family and Family Found
BU’s Celebrity Artist Series kicks off the holiday season with a jazz performance,
Hunger Awareness Week, Nov.17-24.
Plenty to see and do! Enjoy
“A Tuna Christmas” will open in the Courtyard Theater on Friday, November 29th
The concert will be held Friday, November 23 at 7:30 pm at Hazleton Area High School
. The music in the concert will consist of holiday favorites, and inspiring organ works
10 Teacher Mini-Grants Selected to Fund Classroom Innovation
Funds will be used for LAPTOTTS Program
Concert will be held December 8th at 7 pm
Lackawanna County Commissioners honor Family to Family program
Dancers invited to perform one last dance for the cameras Friday morning at the Pine Barn Inn
Rachel’s Challenge Followup Meeting November 21
The game will benefit those in need.
Health Fair Slated for November 20 at Northern Wayne Family Health Center
The Delaware Valley School District will benefit from a state grant initiative
Southern Slow Cooker Stuffing
How to carve a turkey
A Salute to Our Veterans
Join Howard in the Test Kitchen everyday on Eyewitness News at Noon
Catfish with Bacon Stuffing
Country Mac and Cheese
Crispy Fried Meatloaf
Candy Bar Cheesecake
No Name Hallo-weenies
Homemade Doggie Bones
Mexican French Toast
Ham and Swiss Bake
Fudge Cheesecake Bars
Pork, Apples and Bacon
Wonton Eggdrop Soup
Easy Cheesy Cottage Pie
Pumpkin Pie Muffins
Health experts answer your questions during PA Live, Eyewitness News at 5, Six and 7 on WYOU
Call your Buddy! Also Join us on Monday, September 30 for a Special Buddy Check Call In Show!
A local non-profit is making it easier to navigate through life-saving cancer screenings, for free.
In this month's Buddy Check we're painting the slopes pink.
This month we are introducing you to a lively lady battling breast cancer with her love for life and free spirit.
In this month's Buddy Check, Kyla Campbell introduced us to some of the women who took part in the show.
A breast cancer survivor says free services at Candy's Place continue to help her nearly two years after her diagnosis.
A new documentary is helping breast cancer patients know what to expect during chemotherapy, after a mastectomy, and how to celebrate life after cancer.
Dr. William Prebola of Commonwealth Health talks about acute inpatient rehabilitation.
Dr. Mike Mandarano from commonwealth health talks about primary care physicians.
Dr. Nate Greczek and Dr. Sarah Sitoski join PA Live to talk about this weeks Healthbeat.
Elane Walker, from Commonwealth Health, joins us for the Healthbeat.
Dr. Akosh Agarwal from Penn State Hershey / Commonwealth Health talks about brain aneurisms.
Gretchen Eagen of Regional Hospital of Scranton talks about their upcoming nursing open house.
Commonwealth Home Health & Hospice stops by to explain hospice care.
Sandy Rochon from Wilkes-Barre General Hospital stops by to talk about stroke awareness.
About 400,000 units in the U.S. have been sold and 8,500 in Canada.
Importer: Kids II Inc., of Atlanta, Ga.
There are about 13,000 bats affected by the recall.
12 mothers were not wearing a seat belt. Of the unrestrained group, 25 percent or (3) fetuses died.
The March of Dimes offers more seat belt and air bag guidelines for pregnant women:
No illnesses have been recorded in connection with the recall.
U.S. experts agree that influenza can be very dangerous in pregnant women.
Manufactured in: China
Weekend Project: Installing a wall safe.