Sunday Dec 8
New type of school for old problem: helping at-risk kids find hope, success
Sarah Hofius Hall / Staff Photo Therapy dogs Owen, a flat-coated retriever, and Shea, an English setter, relax at the San Miguel Academy.
Scranton police probe attempted robbery in city's Hill Section
Acting Capt. Glenn Thomas said Marywood University students living at 417 Taylor Ave. were approached in their home around 11 p.m. by two men in their early 20s wearing dark clothing who demanded money.
Scranton, Marywood libraries receive $6,000 grants
The Scranton Public Library and Marywood University Library each received one of 19 grants awarded in Pennsylvania by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Citizens' Voice
Cosgrove named chief counsel for Administrative Office of Pa. Courts
A veteran local attorney who once served as an interim Luzerne County judge is now the top lawyer for the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
Master of Aging: At 82, student a semester away from another degree
Butch Comegys / Staff Photographer Marywood University student Lorraine Yudiskas, 82, of North Scranton, is working on her master's in gerontology.
The News Item
Family Home Medical welcomes Venna to staff
Venna earned a bachelor's degree in nursing from Mansfield University and received her clinical education through Robert Packer Hospital and Guthrie Clinics in Sayre.
The News Item
Baltimore bishop celebrates Divine Liturgy to honor local retiring priest
Submited Photo Shown at a Hierarchal Divine Liturgy held Oct. 13 to honor Father Michael Evans at St. Michael's Orthodox Church, Mount Carmel, on his retirement are, front, Matushka Sonya Evans; from left, first row, Father James Chuta, Bishop Mark of Baltimore, administrator of the Diocese of Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania, Father Evans and ... (more)
1963: A year of change, a loss of innocence
'1963: A Blast from the Past:' Nov. 22 through Dec. 30, Everhart Museum . Shaken, Not Stirred cocktail and hors d'oeuvres event to take place Nov. 21, 6:30 p.m. $35 for museum members; $45 for non-members.
Hoops tournament meant to raise funds for, awareness of spinal cord injury group
The hoops were regulation height, but the shots were coming from a bit lower than usual at the University of Scranton Byron Center Saturday as area college students got a taste of competitive wheelchair basketball.