Did you know that in the United States, there is a suicide every 11 minutes? Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 adults face a mental health crisis daily?
Concession Stand Management/Operations
The Dunmore Borough is looking for Management/Operations of the Concession stand at Schautz Stadium. The qualified individual(s) will perform various functions related to the operation of the Concession Stands for all Schautz Stadium functions.
Sage Winner 2019
Sage Winner 2019 - Presenter Don Rominski, Business Development Director, UGI Utilities Carol Scrimalli, Dunmore Borough Councilwoman Thomas Cummings, Dunmore Borough Solicitor
What Are the Most Common Types of Community Service Opportunities?
[ad_1] Because community service is performed free of charge, almost any form of volunteerism can find a place within community service. From physicians that offer their services at free clinics to food pantry volunteers, community services are characterized by a passion for community betterment and not a particular skill set or educational background. However, if...
2019 SAGE AWARD FINALISTS
The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce recently announced the finalists for the 2019 SAGE Awards, the Scranton Awards for Growth and Excellence. The SAGE Awards honor outstanding local businesses for their talent, creativity and innovation.
The Dunmore Historical Society Presents John Mitchell
This two-act play will be presented as an interview, revealing personal and professional insights into the life of Mr. John Mitchell. This original play is also a tribute to Mr. Mitchell as a "champion of labor and defender of human rights". Performance date: June 23, 2019, Sunday, 2:00 p.m.
Due to the new guidelines set by the operator of the Lackawanna County Recycling Center. The following items CANNOT be recycled.
Dunmore Travel Advisory
Travel Advisory June 5, 2019 Concrete Replacement project 1-81 North, Lackawanna County Update Dunmore — The project is currently setting up a long term pattern on 1-81 North Bound for the center lane work starting on Monday, June 4. 2019.
Improve Your Children’s Communication Skills Through Community Service
[ad_1] Society today is an ever-changing voyage. With Google, texting, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube shaping our children’s views and perceptions of reality, they need more. While there are some great benefits to each of these services, the time our children are spending using digital devices is substantial. With these non-personal interactions replacing many types of...
Dunmore Receives SAGE Award
The Borough of Dunmore’s Hometown Heroes Banner Project was named recipient of the 2018 People’s Choice SAGE Award.
Hard to Recycle Initiative
Hard to Recycle Initiative
Notice of Violation
Keystone Landfill Notice of Violation Click here to view.
Patrol Bikes Donated to Dunmore PD
The Dunmore Police Department has three new patrol bicycles. The bikes worth about $4,000 were donated Thursday by Toyota of Scranton. Dunmore police say the bikes will help officers get to know the community and go places they can't reach with a car.
Permit for Pollution Discharge
Scranton Sewer Authority Permit for Pollution Discharge NPDES Draft Permit Appendix A NPDES Permit Fact Sheet NPDES Public Notice Transmittal Letter
Dunmore Council Meeting
September 14, 2015 – 7:00 pm Location: 1414 Monroe Ave, Dunmore, PA 18509, USA Description: September 14, 2015 at 7pm in the Dunmore Community Center. Borough Council Agenda 1. Pledge of Allegiance. 2. Roll call 3. Public comment on agenda items. 4. Motion to approve Me minutes. 5. Motion to approve and pay Me open...
Dunmore Senior Center
‘The heart of the community’ Dunmore Senior CenterThe Dunmore Senior Center’s Mission is to provide older area residents with services and programming designed to encourage healthy aging and maintain independence, while promoting an increased awareness of the dignity of older individuals throughout the community. Our Vision is to create an environment that will be consistently...
Dunmore is a borough in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, adjoining Scranton. Dunmore was settled in 1835 and incorporated in 1862. Extensive anthracite coal, brick, stone, and silk interests had led to a rapid increase in the population to 8,315 in 1890, 12,583 in 1900, 17,615 in 1910, 20,250 in 1920, and 23,086 in 1940. The population...