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Saturday afternoon, March 21 brought welcome signs of spring as walkers, hikers and bikers filled the Lackawanna State Park's paths and trails… Read more

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WAVERLY TWP. — As the staff members of the Waverly Community House (Comm), 1115 North Abington Road, surveyed a busy spring schedule, many eve… Read more

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Many Americans will soon see a check in their mailboxes. For too many Americans, that check will only help to make ends meet. But the check ha… Read more

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MARRIAGE LICENSEVathsana Senethep and Christopher James Miller, both of Clarks Summit.PROPERTY TRANSACTIONSJAC Realty Inc., Moscow, to ETK JR … Read more

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A swan relaxes in the sun at Gravel Pond in Glenburn Twp. on Sunday, March 22. Read more

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Church leaders in the Abingtons offered care as they communicated with their congregations last week, even as they closed their doors to publi… Read more

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Saturday afternoon, March 21 brought welcome signs of spring as walkers, hikers and bikers filled the Lackawanna State Park's paths and trails… Read more

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At this stage of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, most of us are at home with our families. Read more

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Anthropological polymath René Girard found a difference between humans and animals: While it is obvious that animals only exhibit “periodic se… Read more

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It seemed like a daunting task to write something, with all that is going on. However, the timing for the writing was perfect. Last night, I h… Read more

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So many colleges and universities have transitioned to online format to limit and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and Clarks Summit Uni… Read more

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A new normal has forced itself upon us. It’s temporary, but without an end date, it feels permanent. Temporary or permanent, it feels like a b… Read more

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As a result of feudal arrangements since the times of the Roman Empire, but before the explosion of market demand for wool, England had an int… Read more

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I paid minimal attention at first. I thought it was one of those things we’d discuss for a week or two then forget until years later when the … Read more

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My only credentials for saying this are the three decades of dirt under my fingernails. But I think we will have the earliest lawn-mowing seas… Read more

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Abington Heights Middle School announced its students of the month for February. From left, first row: Michael Hiller, Noah Kayal and Nathan K… Read more

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  CLARKS GREEN — Ken McGraw, who has been a resident of Clarks Green for 29 years, was elected as the borough’s mayor on Nov. 5 2019 to serve … Read more

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Dianna Varady's home was destroyed by a chimney fire on June 13, 2019. She is organizing a cash bingo at the Fleetville Fire Company as a way … Read more

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If passersby with sharp eyes were looking at the lawn and trees in the photo, they would likely be curious as to the narrow green rings that t… Read more

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I'm the first to admit that nutrition wasn't always the first thing on my mind when I was trying to get one of my daughters to a dance class a… Read more