FNCB Management Team Accepts Ice Bucket Challenge

Responding to a national fund raising appeal, members of First National Community Bank’s management team were recently doused with buckets of ice water to help raise awareness and funds for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Monies raised through employee contributions will benefit the... READ MORE

John Costlow Named President And CEO Of Sustainable Energy Fund

John Costlow has been named president and CEO of Sustainable Energy Fund, responsible for the vision, leadership and overall management of the organization. For the past six years, John has been the director of technical services, managing ongoing operations including program development, strategic planning, information systems, administrative systems, metrics... READ MORE

PennDOT, Police Focused on Reducing Impaired Driving Crashes through Labor Day

As part of the national enforcement initiative, "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over,” PennDOT, state police and municipal police are focusing their efforts on reducing alcohol-and drug-related crashes through Labor Day. "Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is unsafe and it’s against the law,” PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch... READ MORE

TCMC’s Schmude Presents at Brain Injury Conference

Michelle Schmude, Ed.D., director of admissions and assistant professor at The Commonwealth Medical College presented “Student Athletes’ Perceptions of Concussions through Media Consumption” on June 16, 2014 at the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania Conference in Lancaster, PA. She delivered the presentation with Scott Weiland, Ph.D., department chair and... READ MORE

AAA Insurance Named Property & Casualty Insurance Brand of the Year

AAA Insurance has earned “Brand of the Year” status for its property and casualty insurance offerings, according to the 2014 Harris Poll EquiTrend® study. “At AAA North Penn, we’ve been providing our members with superior insurance at competitive rates for over 30 years-- whether at home, on the highway, or... READ MORE

Tobyhanna Federal Credit Union’s “Tasteful Wishes” Cookbook Is Hot Off The Press

The Tobyhanna Federal Credit Union "Tasteful Wishes" Cookbook is hot off the press! This year's cookbook features recipes from Tobyhanna FCU staff and members, as well as contributions from local wish children, including artwork, pictures and their favorite recipes. Cookbooks cost $8 and all proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish®. Click here... READ MORE

See What’s Going On at The Settlers Inn This September

. Saturday, September 6, 6-9:30 pm, The Settlers Inn, 4 Main Ave., Hawley, PA 18428. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570-226-2993

. Saturday, September 13, 6-9:30 pm, The Settlers Inn, 4 Main Ave., Hawley, PA 18428. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570-226-2993. . Saturday, September 20, 6-9:30 pm, The Settlers Inn, 4 Main Ave., Hawley,... READ MORE

Scranton Awards for Growth and Excellence Applications Now Available

The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce and its small business development affiliate, MetroAction, announced that applications are now being accepted for the fourth annual SAGE Awards (Scranton Awards for Growth and Excellence). The SAGE Awards celebrate the outstanding efforts of our local business community through their talent, creativity, and... READ MORE

TCMC’s Cathy Wilcox Presents at Lupus Foundation Conference

Cathy B. Wilcox, Ph.D., assistant professor of molecular biology at The Commonwealth Medical College, presented “Autoimmunity and Immunity” on July 17, 2014 at the Lupus Foundation of Pennsylvania’s “Empowerment of the Alpha Wolf Conference” in Drums, PA. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is a chronic autommiune disease that can affect any part of the body,... READ MORE

Anthracite Heritage Museum To Host A Miner’s Tale

 The Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum will host the dramatic reading of A Miner’s Tale written and read by Robert Thomas Hughes on Sunday, October 26, 2014, at 2 p.m., as part of Remember Johnny Mitchell Day. John Mitchell was President of the United Mine Workers of America during... READ MORE