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Abington Journal community calendar for week of Sept. 11, 2019  The Abington Journal

TRIPS Join the Abington Senior Center aboard the Carnival Pride on a trip to the Bahamas Dec. 1-8. Rate includes seven-day cruise, port charges and taxes…



Lackawanna Trail Junior/Senior High Honor Roll announced  The Abington Journal

FACTORYVILLE — Lackawanna Trail Jr. Sr. High School has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2018-2019 academic year.



Annual Christy Mathewson Day set for Aug. 10 in Factoryville Borough  The Abington Journal

FACTORYVILLE — Keystone College and Factoryville Borough are working together to keep Christy Mathewson Day in full swing — as if their hometown ...



Lackawanna Trail student arrested for gun threat - News  Pocono Record

State police charged a Lackawanna Trail High School senior with pointing an air-powered handgun Saturday at a Factoryville community center in what they say ...



VIDEO: Lackawanna Trail High School Wins National Video Contest  wnep.com

FACTORYVILLE — Students in Connie Harris' English class at Lackawanna Trail High School have talent! The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show announced today ...



Lackawanna Trail School Board members approve tax hike in proposed budget  The Abington Journal

FACTORYVILLE — Members of the Lackawanna Trail Board of Education voted 5-4 to approve a proposed final budget of $21285785.00 for the 2018-2019 ...



Lackawanna Trail Board of Education approves resignation of Tania Stoker  The Abington Journal

FACTORYVILLE — Members of the Lackawanna Trail Board of Education voted 8-0 to approve the resignation and Memorandum of Understanding between Dr.



Update: Factoryville Borough maintenance and sewer plant operator Steven Swift killed in Monday evening explosion  The Abington Journal

FACTORYVILLE — Steven Swift was more than just an employee to the borough, according to Factoryville Mayor Gary Evans. He was a friend to many.



Factoryville Borough hopes for no tax increase - News  The Wyoming County Examiner

Factoryville Borough Council agreed at last Wednesday's meeting to advertise a preliminary budget of $303,847 with no tax increase. The budget will be ...



Hoagie Hut returns to Factoryville - News  The Wyoming County Examiner

The Hoagie Hut has returned to Factoryville. Located at the site formerly occupied by the Lions Den at 3 Tunnel Hill Road near Lackawanna Trail High School, ...



New Dollar General store now open in Factoryville  The Abington Journal

FACTORYVILLE — Dollar General's newest store at 138 College Ave. is now ope. Dollar General will celebrate the store's official grand opening at 8 a.m. ...



Clarks Summit Borough Council votes to sell Sheridan Park property  The Abington Journal

CLARKS SUMMIT — Members of Clarks Summit Borough Council voted 7-0 to accept a bid of $190100 from Abington Development Group, contingent on ...



Duct Tape Placed Over Mouths of Cheerleaders  wnep.com

CLINTON TOWNSHIP -- A high school cheerleading adviser is being investigated for putting tape over the mouths of 16 cheerleaders during practice.



Nina Sampogne named Miss Comet for 2018/2019 at Abington Heights  The Abington Journal

Nina Sampogne has been named Miss Comet for the 2018/2019 season. She will be the first Featured Performer to dance, twirl baton and play an instrument ...



2017-18 Abington Heights High School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll  The Abington Journal

S. ABINGTON TWP. — Abington Heights High School Principal Andrew Snyder announced the third quarter honor roll for the 2017-2018 school year, as follows.



Municipal primary elections 2017 candidates list for Abington Heights, Lackawanna Trail school districts  The Abington Journal

The following are candidates in the Tuesday, May 16 municipal primary elections for the areas served by the Abington Heights and Lackawanna Trail schood…



Factoryville resident opposes Dollar General store moving into town  The Abington Journal

FACTORYVILLE — Borough resident Brandon Smith voiced his concerns regarding the potential of a Dollar General store moving into the former Ray's ...



Factoryville Fire Co. new facility put to good use with indoor flea market  The Abington Journal

FACTORYVILLE — Members of the Factoryville Fire Co. and its auxiliary are putting their new facility, located a mile from the old firehouse, to good use.



Abington Heights graduates praise teachers during commencement June 16  The Abington Journal

Abington Heights Valedictorian Shane Cummings gives his classmates a thumbs-up during a speech at commencement June 16 at Comets Stadium. - Robert ...



Jennifer Alaimo and Michael Molinaro exchange vows  The Sunday Dispatch

Jennifer Annarose Alaimo and Michael Joseph Molinaro were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015 at Saint John the Evangelist Church, Pittston.



Seamans Airport owners hope economy is strong enough to grow their business  The Abington Journal

Billy Dobitsch Jr., president of the company that owns Seamans Airport and the one that operates it, sits in the part of the airport's offices where oils, filters and ...



PennDOT announces new hours for Dunmore Driver License Center  The Abington Journal

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced the Dunmore Driver License Center, 81 Keystone Industrial Park, ...



PennDOT appoints Roman as District Executive for northeastern region  The Abington Journal

DUNMORE — Richard Roman, P.E., has been appointed the Acting District Executive for the northeastern region of the Pennsylvania Department of ...



Still capturing attention, Nicholson Bridge turns 100 - News  Citizens Voice

When the Nicholson Bridge opened for train traffic in the fall of 1915, Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad officials hailed it as the “Ninth Wonder of the ...



Former Abington Heights principal receives distinguished credential  The Abington Journal

HARRISBURG — Former Abington Heights Middle School Principal Michael Elia was among 13 administrators in Pennsylvania to receive the Distinguished ...



Clarks Summit Borough honoring veterans with Hometown Heroes Banner Program  The Abington Journal

CLARKS SUMMIT — The borough has announced its Hometown Heroes Banner Program. Visiting Angels of Lackawanna County has been working alongside ...



Abington Heights Middle School team makes Odyssey of the Mind World Finals  The Abington Journal

A team from Abington Heights Middle School qualified for the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals, May 23-27, at Iowa State University. From left, first row, are ...



Looking back: 2017 was a year of celebration, tragedy  The Abington Journal

As Abington area residents look back on 2017, there are both celebrations and lossses to remember. Here are some of the highlihgts from this year's news:



South Abington Township resident Zoe Haggerty named presidential scholar  The Abington Journal

South Abington Township resident Zoe Haggerty was named a presidential scholar at the University of Scranton. From left: Haggerty and University of Scranton ...



Annual parade and carnival benefits Lake Winola Fire Company  The Abington Journal

LAKE WINOLA — Residents of and visitors to Lake Winola sat or stood on the sides of Route 307 on June 28. Some were in the parking lot of Pump N Pantry.



Judge Michael Barrasse to chair National Association of Drug Court Professionals  The Abington Journal

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) announced President Judge Michael J. Barrasse of the Lackawanna ...



Scranton Area Foundation announces James F. Swift Scholarship recipients  The Abington Journal

SCRANTON — Four-year renewable college scholarship awards for students graduating from high schools in Lackawanna County have been made possible ...



#ThankATeacher Trending Before National Teacher Day On May 6th  CBS Local

(CBS SF) — If you can write an essay, thank a teacher. If you learned a second language, thank a teacher. If you know how to spell “receive,” thank a teacher.



Lake Winola Fire Co. celebrates summer with annual carnival  The Abington Journal

LAKE WINOLA – The Lake Winola Fire Co. celebrated summer with its annual Lake Winola Carnival held at Station 12 from June 29 to July 1.



Clarks Summit couple welcomes Russian-born hockey player into their home  The Abington Journal

Russian-born Nikita Pavlychev selected by Penguins in seventh round of NHL draft By Tom RobinsonFor Abington Journal Nikita Pavlychev, a native of ...



George Slocum re-opens former Dalton Country Store as Slocum's Market  The Abington Journal

George Slocum of Slocum's Market entered the grocery business on Jan. 6, when the operator of the Dalton Country Store closed the doors. Slocum, the ...



Ken McGraw's Brass and Ivory Orchestra next up in Lakeside Wednesday Concert Series  The Abington Journal

For Abington Journal Ken McGraw's Brass and Ivory Orchestra perform in the 2014 event at Hillside Park. The band will again take the Lakeside Wednesday ...



Balent, Ruda exchange vows  The Sunday Dispatch

Amy Lynn Ruda and Anthony Joseph Balent were united in marriage on Aug. 1 at our Lady of Victory, Harveys Lake, by Father Daniel Toomey. The bride is ...



Kristy McAndrew, John Simonitis exchange vows  The Sunday Dispatch

Kristy McAndrew and John Simonitis were united in marriage on Saturday, June 27, 2015, at St. Therese's Church, Shavertown, by Father Paisley…



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