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MUSIC AND GIVING

The sounds of holiday music will soon fill the Theatre at Brooks at Keystone College. The music programs in the past have asked for monetary donations for such things as instruments or music. This year event goers are asked to bring donations for the less (read more)

Around Town

Signing Santa Santa Claus speaks American Sign Language, and he will visit The Abington Community Library, 1200 W. Grove St. in Clarks Summit on Monday, Dec. 12, 6-7 p.m., in partnership with The Scranton School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Cookies and h (read more)

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Reader's Choice Winners

Here are the winners of this year’s Readers’ Choice awards:. Best auto repair shop — Dixon Automotive. Best used car dealer — Cars R Us. Best bank — PNC. Best financial service — Abington Financial. Best contractor — Perez Design Build Remodel. Best realt (read more)

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COCOA FOR A CAUSE

Matthew Christian McDonnell is a 6 year old boy who has been battling stage-4 Wilm’s tumor (kidney cancer) since he was 3 years old. Recently, he came up with his own idea to host a “hot cocoa” stand to raise money for children battling cancer. The procee (read more)

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CHRISTMAS PARTY

The 15th annual O’Malley free Christmas party will be held on Sunday, Dec. 18, 1-3 p.m. at the Keyser Valley Community Center, Keyser Ave. and Jackson St. in Scranton, for kids from preschool to fifth grade. You’ll be able to get a photo with Santa Claus, (read more)

Calendar Submission Form

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Features

COMETS, LADY COMETS WIN DIVISION

Abington Heights continued to show its dominance on the soccer field this season as both the Lady Comets and the Comets captured their respective divisional titles in the Lackawanna League. The Lady Comets needed a playoff victory to seal its crown, battl (read more)

LADY LIONS ARE DISTRICT CHAMPS

When the PIAA decided to realign from four to six classes for its biggest sports, many of the remaining sports also saw increases, including field hockey. Lackawanna Trail took advantage of a third class, choosing to go into the Class 3A, which put the La (read more)