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Night at the Races: “Horsing Around with Kiel: a Night at the Races,” will be held on Saturday, Nov. 29, at All Seasons Banquet Hall, 3729 Birney Ave. Doors open at 6 p.m., with the first face at 7 p.m. Admission is $10/person and includes soda, light fare and desserts. Horses are available for purchase at $10/horse. Race Sponsors are $25/race. Raffle baskets and 50/50s will also be available. For more information, contact Donna Armillay at 570-562-3655. (read more)

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Corky’s Garden Path Greenhouses LLC

It’s time to deck the halls and there is no better place to start than with a visit to Corky’s Garden Path Greenhouses. Corky’s has everything you need — from Poinsettias to live greens and artificial Christmas trees. “Corky’s is a family-owned, local bus


If you are tired of the humdrum sameness of items in the big-box stores — are you are appalled by specialty store price tags, consider shopping for furniture and home decor at New 4 You in Pittston. Owner Patricia Gregory said, “Our store is a unique new

P & R Discounts

One sure way to save hundreds of dollars this holiday season is to cut your grocery bill. Think of all the cheer you could spread if you could save 30 to 50 percent off the groceries you normally buy at a retail grocery store by purchasing them instead at

Jack’s Northeast Music Center

Local musicians know Jack’s is the place to go, not only for the lowest prices on acoustic and electric guitars, amplifiers, pedals, drum and microphones, but also because owner Jack Gretz understands and celebrates local musicians. In addition to stockin

Andy’s Pizza

1945 was momentous by any measure. Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin met in Yalta to plan the final defeat of Germany. Hitler committed suicide on April 30 as the Allies closed in and Germany surrendered on May 7. After being rocked by two atomic bombs, Jap

Constantino’s Catering and Events Inc.

Constantino’s is a professional, off-premises catering and event company serving all of northeast Pennsylvania. Owner, Larry Nicolais, Jr., said, “We specialize in making your event happen wherever you dream it to happen — ballrooms, tents, estates, barns

III PONDS WINERY Current Wine List​

Offering a wide variety of wines, III Ponds Winery has something to fit your taste. III Ponds’ beautiful tasting room is complete with a bar, high-top tables, cozy couches, and retail wine accessories, quality jewelry and III Ponds merchandise. III Ponds

Willow Tree Shop

Willow Tree Shop is a home décor and gift shop with locations in Clarks Summit and Scranton. Owner Amy Jones said, “We offer high-quality locally handmade items at affordable prices. We also carry a variety of retail lines, such as Melissa and Doug Toys,

McGrath’s Pub & Eatery

Finding the perfect pub is almost like finding the perfect partner. It’s got to be somewhere comfortable, yet always fresh, new and full of surprises. It should be somewhere you yearn to go at the end of the day and it should always make you happy to have

Growing Confidence

Old Forge junior linebacker/tight end Armando Sallavanti took a while to grow confident this year. As it turned out, a reason for his struggles also played a role in providing him with some answers for improving his game. “I was still in the shadows of [J

Holiday Trolley Trips

SCRANTON — The Electric City Trolley Museum will hold a series of holiday season trips, designed to bring cheer to the less fortunate. Over Thanksgiving weekend, Friday, Nov. 28, and Saturday, Nov. 29, any child 12 and younger who brings an unwrapped toy


New Website MOOSIC — Moosic Borough has launched its new website Train and Toy Show TAYLOR — Taylor Fire Department Ladder 95, 614 Union St., will hold its annual Train, Toy and Collectables show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec.

Community Calendar

Night at the Races: “Horsing Around with Kiel: a Night at the Races,” will be held on Saturday, Nov. 29, at All Seasons Banquet Hall, 3729 Birney Ave. Doors open at 6 p.m., with the first face at 7 p.m. Admission is $10/person and includes soda, light far

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

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