MOOSIC POLICE On June 18, officers responded to a report of drugs and a suspicious vehicle on Glendale Road. Officers also responded to a hit-and-run report on Rocky Glen Road. On June 19, officers responded to a hit-and-run report on George Street. Offic
The following is a listing of July events at the Taylor Community Library, 710 South Main St. To register for any event or for more information, call 570-562-1234 or visit lclshome.org/b/taylor-community-library. The library is accepting signups for anyon
Holiday Schedule: In observance of Independence Day, the Old Forge Borough offices will be closed on Friday, July 3. Recycling and garbage pick-up the week of July 6 will be on schedule. Riverside Jr. Vikings Signups: The Riverside Jr. Vikings are holding
The Triboro Youth Soccer U10 team recently won the Lehigh Valley 3v3 Soccer Tournament with a 4-2 victory. From left: Shamus Sullivan, Anthony Mucciolo, Tyler Pepsin, head coach Ron Prislupski, Ronnie Prislupski and Aidan Krieger.
Lackawanna College’s Student Government Association (SGA) recently donated $500 to the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) to support its mission of providing assessment and treatment of child abuse and neglect. From left, front row: Dani Crean, Krystle Sank
The list of Triboro athletes to gain all-star game invitations continued to grow for the recently completed academic year as four players from Old Forge and two from Riverside will join the roster of graduated seniors for the 81st Scranton Lions Club Drea
Members of the Double “R” Twirlettes were recently guest performers at Six Flags Great Adventure. From left, front row: Madison Chickey, Brook Hermonski, Jocelyn Bringhurst, Alyssa Beauvais, Kristen Griffiths, Dahlia Ciullo, Deztinlynn Moshier, Rachelle W
Holiday Schedule The Moosic Borough Department of Public Works will be closed on Friday, July 3, in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. Garbage and recycling collection will be on schedule; however, all grass and brush collections will be done on Th
Lackawanna County Commissioners Jim Wansacz, Patrick M. O’Malley and Edward G. Staback recently announced that the county’s Area Agency on Aging, in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, will distribute Farmers Market Nutritional Pr
Nativity of Our Lord Parish, 529 Stephenson St., Duryea, will host its annual parish picnic from Friday-Sunday, July 10-12. On Friday, July, 10, the picnic will be open from 6-11 p.m., featuring music by the Picture Perfect Band. On Saturday, July 11, the
The Brian Koytek Memorial Blood Drive will be held on Friday, July 3, at the Greenwood Fire Department, 3727 Birney Avenue, Moosic. Register at redcross.org or by calling (800) 733-2767. Walk-ins are welcome.
For Sal DeFrancesco, the Riverside High School Class of 2015 valedictorian, applying to the schools in the Ivy League when it came time for college applications was just something he wanted to give a whirl. “It all started with standardized tests, like th
Summer is finally here. Here are some great recipes that are quick, and will keep your time indoors to a minimum. Enjoy. Breakfast Streusel Coffee Cake (This delicious breakfast treat is made in your food processor. Easy.) 1/2 cup dark raisins Boiling wat
According to the United States Bocce Federation, the No. 1 quality of the game of bocce is the fact that the courts are often the place where lasting friendships are formed. Taking that belief a step further, the Scranton Chapter of UNICO National, the la
MOOSIC POLICE On June 13, officers responded to a harassment complaint on the 700 block of Main Street. Officers also responded to an activated alarm on Glenmaura National Drive and to a report of disorderly conduct on Minooka Avenue. Officers also respon
Christopher Thomas and Nathan Barrett, principals of the Old Forge School District, recently announced the fourth quarter honor roll for the 2014-15 school year. Students who achieved honor roll status are listed. Grade 12: Aisha Aldubayan, Reilly Boyd, A
Riverside High School recently held its graduation ceremony. PHOTOS BOB KOLVECK
Taylor Recycling Change: Taylor Borough will pick up recycling in the following manner: • The Department of Public Works will collect commingled recyclables, which consists of plastic bottles, jars, tubs and tops, glass bottles and jars and aluminum and s
The following students are members of the Old Forge High School Class of 2015: Aisha Victoria Aldubayan, Mikalyn Marie Barron, Ty Gary Beckner, Leah Rose Belotti, Reilly Kathleen Boyd, Alexandra Paige Brown, Anthony John Cantarella, Cameron Jacob Carpente
The Old Forge School District recently held its annual sixth-grade graduation ceremony, conducted by teachers Robert Giacometti, Lori Nalaschi and Aimee Thomas, along with principal Nathan Barrett.