When Abington Heights High School senior Irene Torresani first saw the picture of the young child whose portrait she was to paint, she was immediately moved.
"I want to capture their eyes more than anything because that is what makes it look like them a
It is a place where people can pause to remember those who served our country, both overseas and on the home front. Now, Clarks Summit Borough councilmen Herman Johnson and Patrick Williams are spearheading an effort to make the borough's Veterans Park n
Benefit Yard Sale
A yard sale to benefit the Appalachian Service Project (ASP) will take place at the Chinchilla United Methodist Church, 411 Layton Road, on Saturday, May 25, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Items for the sale may be dropped off on Thursday, May 2
Lackawanna Trail volleyball coach Deb Joyce saw the potential in Richard Pollock when she suffered an untimely bout with laryngitis a few years ago.
"I was sick the week the girls team prepared for districts," Joyce said. "I told him, 'you have to be my
Jealousy, trust, mistaken identities and a possible love triangle. No, it's not an episode of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey;" rather, it's this year's performance of "Shakespeare in the Park," presented by Ghostlight Productions.
"The Merry Wives of
All Laurie McCoy of Clarks Summit wanted was for her mother, Barb McIlwee, to heal.
Barb had been diagnosed with rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis, a disease which kills both of a person's kidneys, in November of 2010. To treat her condition, she ha
Raeva Mulloth did not want to take after her mother, Sujata Nair-Mulloth.
Sujata is the founder of the Kala School of Indian Classical Dance, located in South Abington Township. Raeva recently completed her Arangetram, her maiden solo performance, that s
Former University of Scranton professor and the recipient of multiple senior Fullbright awards, Jay Nathan, Ph.D., of Clarks Summit, recently endowed the professor Dr. Jay Nathan, Ph.D., scholarship at the university to provide financial assistance to gr
If good health is a person's most valuable possession, the Friends of the Dalton Community Library are hoping that an event this weekend will help a person protect that investment.
The fourth annual Herb and Perennial Festival, sponsored by the Friends o
Road of Yard Sales
The annual 2-mile whole road of yard sales will take place on Saturday, May 18, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. along North Turnpike Road from Dalton at the Dalton Pharmacy to LaPlume at the LaPlume Post Office where Turnpike Road meets Route 43