Everyone recognizes this year is different due to the pandemic. However, that doesn’t mean that people can’t continue to help those in need. AllOne Charities and the All One Foundation, based in Wilkes-Barre, has established a campaign to raise funds for non-profit organizations throughout northeast Pennsylvania. The Northern Tier IndustryContinue Reading

Submitted Article State Sen. Gene Yaw (23rd District) today announced six grants totaling over $1.16 million for area recycling collection, leaf waste and education programs across Lycoming, Susquehanna and Union counties. It is part of more than $26.8 million being distributed statewide. “All of these grants provide an incentive toContinue Reading

Submitted Article Health care providers, schools, businesses, nonprofits and others who followed COVID-19 public health directives would be protected from unfair lawsuits for good-faith actions they took during the pandemic under legislation approved by the Senate today, according to Sen. Lisa Baker. “In ordinary times, closing any door to theContinue Reading

Celebrating 50 years with the Susquehanna Fire Department are (top, from left) Dick Hennessey, William Mazikewich, Roger Holleran, Joe Schell, and Steve Glover. Mike Keyes (above, right) was thanked for his eight years of service as president of the fire department on Nov. 8, and Kimberly Tuttle was elected as theContinue Reading

Submitted Article Three public school districts and two non-public schools in the 110th Legislative District today were awarded Safe Schools Targeted Grants to improve safety and security measures, according to Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna). “This funding helps to ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff through equipment purchases and the hiring ofContinue Reading

Participants in the virtual meeting of the Wyoming County Commissioners on Tuesday morning included (above, from left) chief clerk Bill Gaylord, commissioners Ernie King, Rick Wilbur, and Tom Henry and solicitor Paul Litwin III. By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to EndlessMtnLifestyles.com readers) Phones in the Wyoming County Commissioners office started ringingContinue Reading

Athens Borough Fire Department officers (above, from left) Pat Cotton, captain; Mike Polzella, assistant chief; Mike Davidson, assistant chief; and Jason Chandler, chief, exhibit the new sonar imaging equipment installed in their jet-powered rescue boat. The unit, which was purchased with a grant from Williams Companies, can easily be movedContinue Reading

Edited from Submitted Material NTIEC visited Forest City Regional High School virtually last Thursday to talk to juniors in Ms. Erdmann’s Public Speaking and Career Preparedness class. Discussion topics included finding careers that are right for them, work/life balances, and job shadowing and internship/externship opportunities (read about it here: http://www.endlessmtnlifestyles.com/school-to-work-program-provides-student-internships/)Continue Reading