Get into the spirit of the season with a little holiday music from the Meyers High School Chorus from Wilkes-Barre
Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way President elected to National United Way Leadership Position
Kettle Drive just days from wrapping up but donations are low.
Become a CASA Volunteer! The next training sessions begin on February 3rd, 2013!
Theater planning many productions for the new year.
A priceless artifact and the story of one man’s survival against incredible odds have made a significant impact on students’ understanding of the Holocaust in a humanities course at Pennsylvania College of Technology.
The Hazleton Area business community and chamber members and guests, are invited to take part in the 18th Annual Greater Hazleton Business Person’s Holiday Social, which will take place at Hazleton City Hall, 40 North Church Street, Downtown Hazleton on Thursday, December 5th.
Saturday's Farmers Market begins Saturday, November 9th
Father Leo defeated a world famous chef on “Throw Down with Bobby Flay’’ and is also the founder and host of “Grace Before Meals.’’
Clean Water Protected Forever - The Forest Reserve in Smallwood
Your chance to help out is this Saturday at Keystone College
The patient-centered medical home is a model of care emphasizing care coordination and communication to meet the needs of the patient throughout their lifetime.
Pike County Police Cracking Down on Drunk Drivers on Halloween
Sunday Tastes of Greater Hazleton Event to Include Area Schools Apron Decorating Contest
Wilkes University Plans Events to Mark National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week Oct. 21-25
Third Friday fun and more
Checking out the fall foliage around northeastern and central Pennsylvania this weekend? Here's a complete report.
King’s Theatre opens season with John Cariani’s comedy “Almost, Maine”
The Phoenix Kids of the Phoenix Performing Arts Centre in Duryea are presenting “Willy Wonka’ the musical
The first film, being shown on Sept. 12, is “La Vie en rose,” the Oscar-winning 2007 story of the life of French singer Edith Piaf, who lived from 1915 to 1963.
Have a happy and safe Labor Day!
The Waverly Community House is pleased to announce a new series of classes designed to help hearing children communicate using sign language.
Bucknell to host Arts. Everywhere. Festival Aug. 30 through Sept. 1 includes Third Annual Community Street Fair in Lewisburg
The Northeast Suicide Prevention Initiative (NSPI) will hold its first suicide prevention and awareness walk, Share the Journey, on Saturday, September 7th at the county courthouse in Scranton.
Lots of people kicked off their weekend early at a Kielbasa Festival on Friday
The team stops by Williamsport's Divine Providence Hospital.
This is especially timely because currently, local food banks shelves are nearly bare.
Bucknell's Class of 2017 Orientation begins Aug. 23; Classes begin Aug. 28
August 22- come and experience the music
August 17 and 18 at Eckley Miners Village
Children’s Miracle Network Helps Provide Donor Breast Milk Program
The Jessup Art Loop, the latest in community art walks, is prepared for the second walk in Jessup. The Loop will be held Saturday, August 10, from 3:00-8:00.
A record is set for annual event.
Senator John Yudichak and Family Donate to Luzerne County Library System
Commencement set for August 10
ARTS Engage Day
“Farming for a Day” is back and bigger than ever under a larger tent for this year’s 2013 Schuylkill County Fair.
Edward J. Hanko Named Special Agent in Charge of the Philadelphia Division
Penn College Students Receive Honors in Two Graphic Design Competitions