Tuesday Aug 19
Water main work closes Penn State Worthington Scranton
Work was planned and the campus is expected to be without water from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., a spokeswoman from Pennsylvania American Water said.
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What would you do if you were walking down the street and you saw two men kissing? Would you stare? Look away in disgust? Call them names? Would you not think anything of it? Maybe even offer inspiritment and say, "Good for you!"? Pennsylvania gave the go-ahead for same-sex couples to legally marry in May, giving the annual NEPA Pride Week a reason ... (more)
Namedropper, Aug. 3, 2014
Verna Saleski, left, and Mark Banaszek receive Nittany Lion statues from Dr. Mary-Beth Krogh-Jespersen, Penn State Worthington Scranton chancellor, at their retirement celebration.
Tree cutter Kenny Martin of Dallas, works on a thick tree, making way for a parking lot and walking area for the future Matt McGloin Baseball Field on Tuesday at the Penn State Worthington / Scranton campus in Dunmore.
In last week's article, we saw how pursuing and achieving Tree City U.S.A. certification forces a municipality to think strategically about its trees.