Photo: Jason Farmer, License: N/A JERMYN — After a couple of laps around Chapman Lake on water skis, Max Malec emerged from the water, smiled broadly and climbed back into his wheelchair. “Awesome!” the 7-year-old Roaring Brook Twp. resident said. “The water coming up in my face was refre (read more)
20 Years Ago (1994) A delegation from Tunkhannock came away from a meeting with PennDOT officials in Harrisburg Tuesday feeling more confident about plans for a Tunkhannock bypass. Lackawanna Trail School District has announced that this year it will feat (read more)
The Mehoopany Township supervisors heard during their meeting on Wednesday, August 13, from representatives from Kintner Homes, who tentatively plan on installing 50 units on a parcel of land they own near the old Mehoopany School, among other business. R (read more)
“I’m looking forward very much to working with her,” Singer said. “She has some very intriguing ideas. She is very energetic.” Robbins has teaching experience at BOCES in Rochester, N.Y., and in Elmira, N.Y. Robbins has given presentations and written pap (read more)
During their meeting on Thursday, August 15, Elk Lake School Board members received an update on the current state of the district’s energy project, among other business. Reporting on the progress of the school’s energy project was Nick Sracic, an account (read more)
The secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection and the state’s top auditor may have their disagreements on DEP’s oil and gas program, but both agree the agency’s record system needs a reboot. On July 22, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale rele (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A MARGARET COOKAug. 16, 2014 Margaret S. Cook, 81, of Monroe Township, died Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014, in Hospice Community Care at Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre. Born in Wilkes-Barre, she was the daughter of the late Martin and Mary Zander Noon. She was a mem (read more)