Santa got a Pittston welcome.Over 1,000 people last Saturday greeted the Man in Red as he arrived in Pittston, not being pulled by his traditional reindeer, but in a horse-drawn carriage.
Everyone knows the exact spot where the Lackawanna River turns orange.You can even see it from space.
It's the heart of Christmas, for people on the go.
Pittston truly lost one its friendliest sons.Paul Leonard, a local funeral director and past Man of the Year of the Greater Pittston Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Banquet, died Thursday. He was 81.
The Dr. Jennifer Ann Sidari Reflection Alcove was dedicated Saturday, Dec. 7, at The Commonwealth Medical College (TCMC) in Scranton. Sidari, a native of West Pittston and 2005 graduate of Wyoming Area high School, passed away on May 29, just one week...
He wore a lot of hats throughout his lifeSchool teacher. City clerk. Newspaper editor. Township administrator. Courthouse employee. Coach. Husband. Father.
Medical director of free clinic sidelined with broken hip
When Dr. John Callahan broke his hip recently, it threw the Care and Concern Free Health Clinic in Pittston out of whack, too.
Parishioners and friends of Sacred Heart Church go a caroling in Dupont
The evening had all the ingredients: bright, happy faces of young and old alike, enthusiastic singers, sparkling holiday lights, even hot...
At no time of year do I lament my inability to sing more than at Christmas.