A number of local restaurants, media outlets and philanthropic agencies have been working with Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation to address regional needs brought on by the COVID-19 health crisis. Headquartered in Susquehanna County for more than 10 years and employing many residents of Wyoming, Wayne and Susquehanna counties, CabotContinue Reading

Participants in and supporters of the Tiny House project at Tunkhannock Area High School include (front, from left) students Roger Walters, Alex McCarthy, Alec Yadloski, Terry Anderson, Ella Laroni, Harry Thrash, Alex Pierce, Owen Wood, Michael Prebola, John Vogle, (back) faculty members and community members Sasha Werle, Pete Swart, JeffContinue Reading

Pitching this past week to help their cross-river neighbors with flooding issues were (from left) Robert Long, Ron Trowbridge, Robin Robinson, Jason VanDeMark and Brent Trowbridge. Submitted Photo/Story by Rick Hiduk A week after a torrential downpour on June 18 caused flooding and runoff issues in several parts of Laceyville,Continue Reading

Displaying ‘Stop the Bleed’ kits are (front, from left) TASD students Ty Richter, Zahara Hubbard, Kaden Youells, Caitlin Wagner, Hayden Driscole, Piper Lukasavage, Tayrn Ostir, and Jack Welles, (back row) Heather McPherson, TASD’s Superintendent; Ron Coolbaugh, Tyler Memorial Hospital’s Plant Engineering Manager; Megan Terpak, TASD’s  School Nurse; Ann Marie Stevens, TylerContinue Reading

Wyoming County commissioner Tom Henry (seated, above) holds a copy of “Different Seasons,” a collection of novellas by Stephen King that includes the story that inspired the film “Shawshank Redemption.” With him to announce the details of this year’s Wyoming County Reads program are (standing, from left) Bill Chapla, TunkhannockContinue Reading

Patrick Rushton (above, left) Outreach/Education Manager for Victim’s Resource Center receives a donation from Dr. Dale Jones, Penn State Wilkes-Barre Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer. Submitted article Penn State Wilkes-Barre recently presented a donation of $350 to Victim’s Resource Center of Carbon, Luzerne, and Wyoming Counties. Victims Resource Center providesContinue Reading

More than 75 commercial vendors and organizations were set up at the 27th annual Susquehanna County Ag Day at Elk Lake High School on March 4 to distribute literature to guests and explain their respective roles in the region’s diverse agronomic landscape. Among the organizations with shared interests that collaboratedContinue Reading