Basic Dog Obedience Training
This year, camps will run from June 23-26, June 30-July 3 (shortened week due to July 4th Holiday), & July 7-11 with a morning session from 9 a.m. – 12 noon and an afternoon session from 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
April is Autism Awareness Month
Annual fundraiser and awareness day on the slopes
Social ethics scholar Dr. Maureen O’Connell to deliver annual Moreau Lecture at King’s
Spring Newsletter - "The Beauty of Song" March 22
The Pavilion at Montage Mountain Holding Job Fairs
Wakeup Call from Wayne Memorial’s Sleep Disorders Center!
Area health professions students offer assistance with health insurance sign-ups at TCMC
Students helping to shape their future
Valley Elite All Stars, a non-profit competitive cheerleading organization from Easton
Traditional Irish music by Martin Hayes and Masters of Tradition at Weis Center
The RailRiders have all the bases covered for the 2014 season chock full of thrilling promotions on a nearly daily basis
The PROSPER project is an innovative model for bringing evidence based prevention programs to communities in order to strengthen youth, families, and the community.
A Pennsylvania College of Technology welding student is one of 20 nationwide recipients of a manufacturing scholarship for the 2013-14 academic year.
New events added!
March 8th, 2014 in Hazle Township at Hazleton Area High School
Peggy Zimmerman will be honored with the national American Cancer Society’s Chairman Award for 50 years of volunteer service to the ACS
A sure sign of Spring
Hang on to your seats and get ready for an exciting evening of Bluegrass!
The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society Needs Your Help and Support
.M. Kirby Center, July 12 at 7:00pm
Upper Desk’s portable cabinet mount has been selected by the International Housewares Association as an Innovation Award Finalist for the 2014 International Home and Housewares Show, Chicago.
Thomas C. Heffner, assistant dean of sciences, humanities and visual communications: programs at Pennsylvania College of Technology, has been invited to serve as a program chair for the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Commission on Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation peer review team.
Pitch In to Make A Difference
Through this collaboration Jefferson and PMC will provide some of the most sophisticated care and expertise available to patients with time-sensitive neurovascular diseases
The Pocono Mountains Houses of Worship Security Task Force will hold a workshop on March 15
"Rent" can be seen over three weekends for 9 performances. Fridays and Saturdays, beginning at 7:00 PM starting on the 7th of March, and Sunday matinees at 2:00 PM with the play concluding on March 23rd.
On the second Monday of each month, a trained APPRISE counselor visits Representative Flynn’s office to provide confidential, one-on-one counseling for Medicare beneficiaries.
SCIDA is the economic development arm of county government having been created by the County Commissioners in 1971 to help fund expanding businesses and industries throughout Schuylkill County.
The Lackawanna Historical Society will feature Railroad Perspectives, an exhibit by artist Claire Marcus.
Jeff Keifer of JK Designs as the 2014 People’s Choice Award
Nominations for the annual Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce/ Berger Family Dealerships "Athena Award" are now being accepted.
Prayer Service set for March 12
Open House &Theme Basket Fundraiser at Panther Valley Public Library
DWTS pros to be joined by American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance finalists
Information Courtesy of Penn State University Athletic Communications
Dinner will be served at The Frederick Stegmaier Mansion on Sunday, March 29th.
The mission of the Pike Autism Support Services to empower, support and educate families and friends of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Electronic guitar performance slated for March 6
Contemplative Outreach of Central Pennsylvania presents: Seven Session Introduction to Centering Prayer Workshop
The Open House will be held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. with a special appearance by The Tooth Fairy from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
James V Brown Library News
Weekly Update of Events
Andy Mehalshick and Kelly Choate share a story with students.
Williamsport Salvation Army to participate in Feinstein Food Challenge and need your help
Barbara Slate, one of the first women to write and draw for Marvel and DC Comics – and who has been called “titanically talented” by industry legend Stan Lee – will kick off the day's events with a presentation in the Klump Academic Center Auditorium.
Mango Tango Fish Fillets
Our Best Strawberry Daicquiris
Magical Mac & Cheese
Easy Tortellini One Pot
Fresh Apple Turnovers
Skillet Mardi Gras Pasta
Smoked Sausage Gumbo
Oscar-Worthy Chicken Pot Pie
Golden Squash Casserole
Mexican Chocolate Cake
Stuffed Cabbage Stew
Easy Homemade Bread
Cracked Peppercorn Pork
Hodge Podge Chowder
Cherry Nut Cobbler
Caramel Nut Crunch Popcorn
Simple Surf 'n' Turf
Russian Tea Cakes
Olympic Onion Rings
Eyewitness News caught up with 13-year-old Cole Winters as he presented a check to Doctor David Greenwald
Bryn Harvey is Miss Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 2014 and this year she is using her crown to push on in the fight against breast cancer, and it's personal.
The rough and tumble world of football doesn't usually bring to mind the color pink. But one group of young men from Greater Nanticoke Area High School think in pink, because they know it can help make the lives of some cancer patients just a little easier.
A recent survey found 70% of U.S. women with advanced breast cancer have caregivers who help them manage with their disease. The daughter of former Presidential Candidate John Edwards and the late Elizabeth Edwards knows what that is like.
Today's Buddy Check features Mary Rucco. We've been featuring our Buddy Check series since 2001. Ten years ago, we introduced you to a special woman named Mary Rucco , this breast cancer survivor credits "Buddy Check" for saving her life. We caught up with her all these years later and it turns out, she is living that life of hers to the fullest.
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!
There is a special place in Lackawanna County, just for a very special group of people. You might have never heard of it, and you'll probably never want to go there. But for the people who do, it is changing their lives dramatically, one weight at a time. Monica Madeja introduces us to these incredible ladies in this month's Buddy Check.
A local non-profit is making it easier to navigate through life-saving cancer screenings, for free.
Young minds can have pretty big ideas in the face of tragedy. "My mom got breast cancer so I just decided I wanted to help other people with the same disease," said Cole Winters, 12, of Kingston.
It's a drastic move that could save your life. A Lackawanna County woman talks about her decision to have a bi-lateral mastectomy to reduce her risk of breast cancer.
If you live in Luzerne County, you have the unique opportunity to take part in a life-changing cancer study. But it won't just be your life that is affected.
Brian Russell is moving forward. Just two months after his vivacious 32-year-old wife died of breast cancer, he is planning perhaps the trip of his life-- a walk across America.
It's an event six years in the making and raising thousands for breast cancer research and awareness.
In this month's Buddy Check we're painting the slopes pink.
It is the 28th of the month, so time for our monthly Buddy Check Report.
This month we are introducing you to a lively lady battling breast cancer with her love for life and free spirit.
State Capitol Fountain Turns Pink as First Lady Susan Corbett Kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Today is the 28th of August and time for our Buddy Check report. The focus of our story a Luzerne County woman whose bout with breast cancer wasn't enough to keep her from opening her own business
This past weekend.. cancer fighters and survivors turned out for the
third annual fashion show to benefit Candy's Place, the free cancer
wellness center in Forty Fort.
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 wife, mother, and professional photographer from Lackawanna County continues working through chemotherapy treatments, after getting diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer.
Dr. Gary Neale from Commonwealth Health talks about New Year's resolutions and why they don't often work.
Toy Safety is the topic
Doctors urge people to get vaccinations during flu season.
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Karen Adkins talks about toy safety during the holidays.
Dr. Akash Agarwal of Commonwealth Health & Penn State Hershey talks about spinal compression fractures.
Dr. Richard Michelstein talks about acid reflex.
Dr. William Prebola of Commonwealth Health talks about acute inpatient rehabilitation.
Dr. Kirk Hinkley and Gary McIntyre talk about Lackawanna ambulance and Commonwealth Health. Commonwealth Health online: www.commonwealthhealth.net
Dr. Mike Mandarano from commonwealth health talks about primary care physicians.
Dr. John Farrell from the Moses Taylor Hospital talks about breast density and advanced breast scans. Commonwealth Health online: www.commonwealthhealth.net
Chris Carone and Jenn Palauskas from Commonwealth Health, talk about cancer prevention. Commonwealth Health online: www.commonwealthhealth.net.