Lucchi Family Wine Cellars, a West Scranton-based operation, was the small business spotlighted at the December 7 Lackawanna County Commissioners Meeting...
George Fricovsky, center, Taylor, recited the Pledge of Allegiance at the November 16 Lackawanna County Commissioners meeting. Mr. Fricovsky was honored by the lawmakers for his recent designation as a World War II hero...
Greek-American Grill, a Dickson City-based operation, was the small business spotlighted at the November 16 Lackawanna County Commissioners Meeting...
The Lackawanna County Commissioners proclaimed World Pancreatic Cancer Day in our area on November 16 to increase awareness about this debilitating disease...
Hospice programs throughout our community have provided compassion, comfort and comprehensive services to families and their loved ones during the end-of-life journey...
G Lynn Photography, a Scranton-based company, was the small business spotlighted at the October 19 Lackawanna County Commissioners meeting...
Tony Cerminaro, Jermyn, center, was recognized for setting a national record in the 80+ age division at the 2016 Steamtown Marathon...
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Do you know an artist, artisan or other creative type who would like to open their own shop in downtown Scranton! Have them consider The Kick Start Art Challenge a program sponsored by the Renaissance at 500 Lackawanna Ave. and the University of Scranton Small Business Development Center. (SBDC)
Pearl Harbor Live Stream
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Jason Kavulich Appointed
Director Flinn Encourages Citizens to have a Severe Weather Preparedness Plan
Start of Spring Brings Greater Risk of Flooding in Pennsylvania
DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn Urges Caution to Prevent Wildfires
Insurance Commissioner Announces Private Market Flood Insurance Is Available to Many Pennsylvania Homeowners
Governor Wolf, State Officials Provide Update on Winter Storm Preparations, Resident Safety
Motorists Encouraged to Take Steps for Safer Thanksgiving Winter Travel
PEMA Urges Citizens to Utilize Free Smartphone App to Prepare for Emergencies
Fit-N-Fun Programs and Services from The Wright Center
Insurance Department Recommends Homeowners Make Sure Their Coverage Is Ready for Severe Weather, Offers Tips on Filing Claims
PennDOT to Launch ‘Pothole Blitz’ on Regional Roadways Following Challenging Winter
Pennsylvania Insurance Department Urges Property Owners to Consider Flood Insurance& Provides Tips to Cut Premiums
Pet Owners Encouraged to Take Precautions to Protect Pets in Winter Weather
Preparation, Flexibility Urged Ahead of Potential Storm during Holiday Travel Period
Penn State Extension and Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health resources help consumers navigate Health Insurance Marketplace
DEP Reminds Citizens of Important Autumn Advisories
Dialing 9-1-1 on an Old Cellphone Not Child’s Play
New, Increased Weight Restrictions Coming to about 1,000 Bridges
Penn State Extension – Library Express
Lackawanna County Offers On-Line Tax Certification Processing
Emergency Assistance from the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation
New One Bin Recycling Format For Paper Fiber
Environmental Alert Involving Electronics
Pennsylvania Yellow Dot Program
PennDot Emergency Contact Information System
Commissioners meetings are rebroadcast every other Wednesday on ECTV
via the following schedule:
Wed @ 2:30 PM |
Thu @ 10 AM | Fri @ 6 PM
Saturday & Sunday after the
Scranton City Council Meeting, which generally runs about two
hours. The Council meeting starts at noon on Saturday and 8
PM on Sunday.