WILKES-BARRE — At 23, Jeffrey Ford already is a veteran visitor to the Friends of the Osterhout Free Library book sale.
PITTSTON AREA'S graduating class got a final lesson. At the 47th annual commencement Tuesday night, Superintendent Michael Garzella told the graduates of the Japanese Moso bamboo, the fastestgrowing tree on Earth.
Superintendent Raymond Bernardi reminded 2013 Wyoming Area graduates that, although as graduates they were closing one chapter of their life, they were preparing to write another.
At first glance, the two churches are considerably different.
The Northeast Fair opens Tuesday, June 18 and continues through Sunday, June 23 at the fairgrounds off Route 315 in Pittston Township. The fair opens at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; Friday is group and family day and their fair opens at...
It was a painful decision.The Rev. Paul McDonnell, OSJ, provincial superior of the Oblates of St. Joseph, announced last week the order will pull out of St. Barbara's Parish in Exeter.
John Watson remembered as skilled writer, avid golfer and political force at paper.
John Watson, the former editor and publisher of Pittston's Sunday Dispatch, has died, his brother, Bill Watson, said.
Family literacy program isa path to better parenting
NANTICOKE — Two different families. Two different fathers. One conclusion: It was time for a change.
Avoca man tells story of family's journey in local garment business
With a nod to the past, Avoca author Joseph Schillaci has sewn together a rags-to-riches chronicle four generations in the making.
Atty. Saporito Jr. follows infather's footsteps as bar president