Food bites: Restaurant to share Christmas tradition, Nicholson woman wins spot at Farm Show
Natalie Wentz of Nicholson qualified for entry in the Angel Food Cake competition at the Pennsylvania Farm Show in January by taking first place in that cake category at this year's Harford Fair.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
How to Stick to Your New Year's Resolutions
Nothing says "Happy New Year" like a promise to yourself to spend less and save more.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
"Scranton Bear" finds a new, less populated home -
A black bear that found living in East Scranton to its liking has been relocated to a new and less populated home.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Students have impact on downtown economy, programs are there to ensure it happens
The University of Scranton student body presents a large consumer base, and the university and local shops are trying to tap it.
Longest-serving University staffer recalls last 49 years
John "Jack" Beidler, Ph.D., began his career at the University of Scranton in 1964, the same year the college purchased its first computer.
University boasts impressive alumni
When he chose between allowing an infant go through life blind or letting Jefferson University Hospital absorb the $1 million cost of treating the baby, Geno Merli, M.D., drew upon values he refined at the University of Scranton.
It all adds up
Courtesy University of Scranton Physical therapy is among the "extremely popular" majors at the university, according to Joseph Roback, associate vice president of admissions and undergraduate enrollment.
As University of Scranton expands, so does tension
The crux of council's argument with the university is that its tax-exempt boundary has grown by leaps and bounds, but the thriving college has not given millions of dollars at once to help rescue the financially distressed city.
University of Scranton Impact: $404 million annually
Mane Tamers co-owner Mark Monacelli sees it every year when students return home and activity at the University of Scranton slows down for the summer.
For 71 years, Jesuit identity shapes Scranton experience
More than seven decades after Jesuits inherited the then four-building campus, the core values rooted in their culture continue to shape University of Scranton students.
University of Scranton tries to reduce tuition hikes
As universities across the country struggle to keep higher education affordable, the University of Scranton is trying to reduce costs and increase financial aid.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Acts of Faith: University of Scranton at 125
The fear of rain dissipated shortly before Diocese of Scranton Bishop William G. O'Hara began his homily on Aug. 12, 1888.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Student Newsmakers: Port Native Named Student Teacher
Eileen Pape of Port Washington is among 21 University of Scranton education majors serving as student teachers during the fall semester at 14 schools in nine Pennsylvania school districts, which include Abington Heights, Bear Creek, Carbondale, Dunmore, Forest City, North Pocono, Scranton, Valley View and Wayne Highlands.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University signs MoU with Talal Abu-Ghazaleh...
Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Talal Abu-Ghazaleh University to deliver premier online education.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Scranton landlords, homeowners and renters brace for tax hikes
University of Scranton students Bridget McVeigh and Ashley Opalka are apartment hunting with two criteria in mind: proximity to campus and lower prices than the university's dorms.
Business Buzz 11/24/2013
The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center announced that small-business owner Joe Kotowski opened Cangiano's Express, an Italian deli and specialty store on Business Route 6 in Dickson City.
The Citizens' Voice
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Robert and Virginia Linskey Jr. of Jenkins Township.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
11-22 The "Girl in Blue" at the JFK assassination talks with WILK
Dr. Antoinette Glover, associate professor of English at the University of Scranton, was 11 years old and was perched on a pillar in Dealey Plaza in Dallas watching the Presidential motorcade and witnessed the assassination of JFK.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Remembering the day JFK died
So the only thing that would have surprised Hazel Price more than hearing "White Christmas" or "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" is what she heard coming from the speakers when she walked into the Globe Store in downtown Scranton that November afternoon six days before Thanksgiving.
In Pa., a girl in blue recalls day of JFKa s death
Jake Danna Stevens / The Times Tribune Toni Glover, Ph.D., a University of Scranton professor, looks at video clips and photos of her in Dealey Plaza Nov. 22, 1963, at her home in Scranton last week.