Twirling Support

Seventeen members of the Double “R” Twirlettes twirled with five different high school band fronts at games, pep rallies and other events throughout the fall. From left, on ground, seated: Haylie Ray, Gabrielle Gentile, Stephanie Ornoski, Angelica Plappert and Virginia Miller. Kneeling: Lindsay Griffiths, Gianna Manzo, Samantha Rutkosky, Jessse Doyle, Victoria Feola and Natalie Buchinski. St (read more)

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Community Calendar

Early Dismissals: Due to parent-teacher conferences, there will be an early dismissal in Riverside Elementary Schools on Thursday, Nov. 20, and Friday, Nov. 21. East will dismiss at 11 a.m and West at 11:30 a.m. on both days. Thanksgiving Bake Sale: Princ

Around Town

Free Concert Event LACKAWANNA COUNTY — The Jazz Nutcracker Suite, performed by the Scranton Jazz Festival Big Band and featuring musical arrangements by Duke Ellington and Shorty Rogers, will be presented at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 30, at the Keystone C

Your Opinion

An Band of One Editor: At the October Taylor Council meeting, council voted to appoint a new full-time borough secretary. The candidate chosen is extremely nice and I’m sure will be a real asset to the borough. I however abstained because the job was not

Twirling Support

Seventeen members of the Double “R” Twirlettes twirled with five different high school band fronts at games, pep rallies and other events throughout the fall. From left, on ground, seated: Haylie Ray, Gabrielle Gentile, Stephanie Ornoski, Angelica Plapper

Honoring Those Who Served

Each year they gather. They gather at the 11th hour, on the 11th day, during the 11th month. And for members of Post 4954, they’ve been gathering for nearly 70 years, beginning with the first official Old Forge Veterans’s Day observation held in 1946, whe

Police Report Highlights

TAYLOR POLICE: Officers were dispatched to investigate more than 60 calls between Nov. 1-10. On Nov. 1, officers were dispatched to investigate a reported burglary in the 100 block of High Street. Police arrested a motorist for driving under the influence

Around Town

Food Collection TAYLOR — The Taylor Community Library is currently collecting food for the area food bank. Any canned, boxed or jarred food item are being accepted. Items may be dropped off at the library during regular business hours. Church Dinner PITTS

Community Calendar

Halupki Sale: The society of St. Michael will sponsor a halupki sale on Saturday, Nov. 15. Orders can be placed by calling 570-562-1434, 570-457-9280 or 570-457-2875 and leaving message. Price is $1.25 each. Pick up is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at church hal

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