Pittston: St. Michael's Byzantine Catholic Church offers free ziti dinners

To help the community get through this very rough time, St. Michael’s Byzantine Catholic Church, 205 N. Main St., Pittston, is having a free drive thru ziti dinner at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 4. The dinner will be served on a first come, first served basis u (read more)

Hughestown: The Memorial Day party may be smaller, but the sacrifice is just as great

It’s Memorial Day Weekend! While we can’t get together with family and friends this year like every other, we can get together with the people we live with for an outdoor barbecue, picnic or hike to honor and remember those who died serving our country. W (read more)

Duryea: Support veterans with takeout orders

I cannot believe it’s Memorial Day weekend already. While many of us would normally gather with family and friends to remember our service personnel who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and our loved ones who have passed, we can still honor the (read more)

Jenkins Twp./Pittston Twp.: Celebrate your memories this holiday weekend

Memorial Day is a special day for many of us, filled with traditions and memories of special times. For me, it reminds me of cookouts and parades, baseball games and time spent with family. There were many family traditions that we followed on the holiday (read more)

Dupont: Dupont remembers its fallen

Dupont Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4909 and Greater Pittston AMVETS Post 189 have begun their busiest month with placement of more than 600 flags at Sacred Heart and Holy Mother of Sorrows cemeteries. But their main focus is carrying on the tradition of (read more)

West Pittston: Enjoy a movie with friends on Memorial Day

This long weekend is going to be strange this year. Normally, Memorial Day weekend is the first real weekend of summer. Cook outs. Friends. Family. And of course the extra day off. It’s going to be different this year. Normally, Memorial Day for my family (read more)

Exeter/Wyoming/West Wyoming: Our brave soldiers are watching over us once again

From the southern border of Wyoming to the northern edge of Exeter, brave men and women who served our nation watch over us once again. When I heard the hero banners were going up, I could barely wait to see them. I immediately drove to West Wyoming to se (read more)


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