Regardless of your own personal political beliefs, and which part of the political spectrum you personally fall on, we can hopefully all agree that government plays a crucial role in maintaining the democracy we all live in.
We’ve all felt the urge to give back to our community, to foster positive changes in the area we live, and to offer help to others who are unable to help themselves. If you want to start helping your community, have a look at some tips we’ve gathered below to help you get started.
Beginning Monday, October 2nd all of Potter Street in Dunmore will be closed by Pennsylvania American Water.
Getting everything ready as that back to school deadline looms can be a daunting prospect no matter how organised we think we are. Not only that, but getting your children enthused about sitting through classes again can sometimes seem outright impossible!
All parents have experienced the moment when their child has had enough of the shopping trip or family outing they’ve been taken out on. Your little ones may start crying and shouting or simply repeating over and over how bored they are and that they want to go home. There are few things that can sour a day out faster.
This is to notify the businesses along Drinker street that due to construction. NO PARKING WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM 7/20/2017 THRU 8/04/2017
We all have hazy, rose tinted memories of our summers as children; long, hot days of sun, fun and – most importantly – no school! But now that we’ve grown up, the reality begins to set in, and it can be difficult to find activities that are fun without being prohibitively expensive, especially if you have a family or a holiday you’re also saving up for.
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