Bill and Amanda Banta (above) own and operate Rowlands Pennsylvania Produce in Exeter Township and hope to encourage other couples and families to take up niche farming to keep produce as local as possible.  Photos and story by Rick Hiduk (Also published in Living Susquehanna/Wyoming County magazine) Bill and AmandaContinue Reading

Sherri and Kevin Kukuchka (above) welcome those looking to plant a little piece of heaven in their own backyards to visit Creekside Gardens at 4 Village Lane, Tunkhannock, where the possibilities are only limited by your imagination. Photos and story by Rick Hiduk (also published in Living Susquehanna/Wyoming County magazine)Continue Reading

Story By Rick Hiduk/Photos by Rick Hiduk, Colleen Ell, and Gail James (Also published in Living Susquehanna/Wyoming County magazine) Chris’s Western BBQ on the Black Walnut Flats in Wyoming County has been in existence for less that two decades, but it has already become an icon for local residents andContinue Reading

Photos & Story By Rick Hiduk (Also published in Living Susquehanna Wyoming County magazine)  Gerald and Tina Carlin (top) have the pleasure of working a fourth generation farm in southwest Susquehanna County that is frequented by faithful customers throughout the year. Gerald’s great grandparents, Ernest and Mamie Carlin, started theContinue Reading

There was barely a cloud in the sky over Christy Matthewson Park in Factoryville this morning, but rain will likely return Saturday evening and Sunday. Christy Matthewson Park is one of dozens of recreational sites, green spaces and waterways that will be featured in the Explore Wyoming County’s Parks &Continue Reading

The House approved legislation, House Bill 564, authored by Rep. Karen Boback (Wyoming, Luzerne, Lackawana), requiring students to take a civics assessment before they graduate. “I’m ecstatic this bill, after many years of hard work, is finally heading to the governor,” says Boback. “The need for increased civics education is warranted,Continue Reading