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For years, Triboro Youth Soccer waged a futile battle against a seemingly unbeatable opponent — daylight. Finally, the league has figured out a way to defeat its longtime adversary. Earlier this month, Triboro Youth Soccer held an official dedication cere (read more)

Community Calendar

Email your organization’s events to Please have them in by noon on Friday to have them included in the following Thursday’s edition. Visit the for the complete calendar listing. Author Visit: Author Do (read more)

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The O’Malley Family will hold its 16th annual/free Halloween party Sunday, Oct. 23, 1-3 p.m. at McDade Park, featuring Good Fellas pizza, gifts, refreshments, treat, visit, the fire safety house and plenty of balloon animals. Kids from preschool through f (read more)

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The Scranton District Dental Society (SDDS) recently honored Old Forge native Dr. Eli Stavisky for his years of dedication and service to the field of dentistry with a dinner in his honor. Born and raised in Old Forge, Stavisky is a diplomate of the Ameri (read more)

Around Town

Health and Wellness Fair The Riverside High School Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) will hold a free health and wellness fair Saturday, Oct. 22, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Riverside East Elementary School, 900 School St. in Moosic. This event will include free (read more)

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Riverside was defeated by Lakeland, 42-24. photos by Bob kolveck (read more)

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Decorated World War II veteran George Fricovsky Sr. was just 18 and hadn’t received his high school diploma when he was drafted into the Army in 1944. Seventy-two years later, Fricovsky, 90, was the sole honoree during a commencement ceremony in the River (read more)

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Old Forge teen’s talent for aquatic photography earns him awards

Tyler Termini’s love for tropical fish and photographing them swam into focus seemingly out of the blue. Inspiration struck the Old Forge teen as he perused the art of Mo Devlin, a Dallas resident and friend of his father’s, who garnered acclaim in aquati (read more)

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