Firefighters from the Chinchilla Hose Company station have become some of the best-equipped in the nation to save a pet’s life.
Partial proceeds from Mohegan Sun Arena event donated to 1st Lt. Cleary Memorial Fund
“The Kind Acts Experiment” to spark a positive reaction within the Union County community. This experiment is in conjunction with the summer reading science theme “Fizz, Boom, Read.”
Save the date Tuesday, July 22 at 7:30 pm
Last year, Navient employees in Wilkes-Barre collected 27,876 pounds of food during the “Christmas in July” event — more than any other participating local business.
The registration fee of $25 and $10 for students, includes lunch. The deadline to register is Aug. 1.
This workshop, which is free and open to the public, is part of a continuing monthly workshop series offered by the Lewisburg Community Garden and the Public Library of Union County.
Check it out!
At the Schuylkill County Fair
Save the date July 23, 2014
Chris Ross, of Jonas, Monroe County, recently completed an Eagle Scout service project aimed at helping out Pennsylvania owls.
Plenty to do this weekend and beyond!
One of 10 Students from 7 States Promoting Greater Awareness of Youth Perspective on Public Policy Issues Related to Traffic Safety
Leadership Lackawanna donates $8,499.45 to Griffin Pond’s Foster-A-Pet Program
The goal of Dog Tags to Desk Tops is to inform and advise local veterans on how they can best use the benefits they have accrued under their GI-Bill to help plan for and lead a productive and meaningful life.
Leaders from the Bucknell and KINBER communities will discuss the benefits of a next generation broadband network on healthcare, education, library, public media, economic development, governmental, and other organizations.
With an eye on the future as well as the past, the Appalachian Regional Commission came to SEDA-COG this week for a focus group with state and regional officials.
Volunteers Continue to Provide Support and Comfort across the Northeast
Misericordia University hosts high schools students for Nursing Pre-College Career Exploration Camp
This year, 2014, marks the 75th Anniversary of the first Little League season ever played. To celebrate this milestone, Little League will be actively recognized during the 85th Midsummer Classic.
Schuylkill County Fair begins July 28
The Upper Valley Winds is a musical ensemble comprised of the very finest musicians available in Northeast/Central Pennsylvania and southern New York state. It is unique in that the organization, founded by Patrick J. Marcinko Jr.,
Happiness is - a night at the theatre! July 11, 12, 13
The Battle of Minisink was the only Revolutionary War battle to be fought in the Upper Delaware and was one of the bloodiest battles in the war, considering the number of men involved.
The Junior League of Scranton held its Annual Dinner Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at Patsel’s in Clarks Summit.
Coming to the FM Kirby Center
Regional farmers and growers set up shop along the east side of the first block of South Main Street and the south side of the first block of East Centre Street near the more than century-old Bolich & Burke building.
Where will the Geek Gang strike next?
Things will be hopping in Downtown this weekend with three consecutive evenings of performances at the F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts on Public Square.
Mercy Foundation provides support for the Mid-Atlantic Community Emergency Fund
Held at the Riverview Inn in Matamoras, PA on Friday, July 18th. Doors Open at 7:00p.m., dinner at 7:30p.m. and laughs begin at 9:00p.m.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 at 6:00 PM Charles Baber Cemetery – Pottsville, PA
The Lackawaxen and Delaware Rivers are what initially drew Zane Grey to the area.
Blueberry Festival, Saturday, July 12th, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Open to the public and free of charge,
July 28-August 1
Benefits the revitalization group Downtown Shenandoah Inc.
Assistance will be available in Rep. Masser's office from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Chamber Seeking Restaurants or Catering Facilities to Take Part in the 7th Annual Tastes of Greater Hazleton
Like the current ones displayed on Broad Street in the Heights sections, the individual banners will be unique and honor a specific Greater Hazleton area military person including their picture, branch of service, era of service and hometown.
Scranton-Steamtown Train will be coming to Olyphant, PA on July 5, 2014, Saturday
Wayne Memorial Honors Long-Term Employees Two hit 35-year mark!
New 3D Mammography at Bartonsville Health Care Center offers better chance to diagnose breast cancer earlier, at more treatable stages
Declaration of Independence read aloud July 3rd
Plenty to see and do!