'The Office' News
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2013:05:16 08:30:44 All's well that ends well. And for the employees of the Scranton branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Co., Thursday night proved to be a highly satisfying - and very productive - last day on the job. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2013:05:04 19:48:31 The downtown streets, quiet and empty aside from scattered trash, gives the impression Saturday was just another day in Scranton. But for those who attended "The Office" Wrap Party on Saturday, the memories - and souvenirs - should last a lifetime, co-coordinator Timothy L. Holmes said. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2013:05:04 09:07:57 MOOSIC The extra chair should have given away the secret. After 13 cast and crew from "The Office" entered PNC Field on Saturday night for "The Office" Wrap Party's Farewell Celebration, one chair stood empty. Seconds later and introduced as Michael Scot (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A Oh, the memories In addition to the big moments of "The Office" Wrap party festivities - like Steve Carell crashing the Farewell Celebration at PNC Field and actors jumping onto the stage at Courthouse Square to show off their musical stylings - fans of the Scranton-set television show had plenty of opportunities to make memories. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2013:05:04 13:30:09 Of the thousands of fans of "The Office" who deluged Scranton on Saturday for the show's swan song wrap party, it might be hard to beat Chris and Inna Dickson of Virginia for loyalty. (read more)
For the crowd, the focus was the famous visitors. For the organizers, the focus was everything else. Thousands of people poured into downtown Scranton Saturday for "The Office" Wrap Party. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A We've gathered our favorite tweets from today at "The Office" Wrap Party. We'll keep adding to this as the night goes on, too! Did your tweet make it? (read more)

'Office' Early Years
Photo: N/A, License: N/A The Scranton Business Park, home to the Dunder-Mifflin Paper Co., sits tucked away in a somewhat seedy, light industrial-zoned neighborhood. Once inside its gates, visitors are greeted by two boxy warehouse-like buildings surrounded by trailers, which looks as though there’s a large-scale renovation project going on. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A VAN NUYS, Calif. — Ever wonder what “Office” cast members imagine the real Scranton is like? Wonder no more. Here’s what a few of them had to say when asked for their thoughts on the Electric City during last week’s Times-Tribune visit to the show’s Van Nuys, Calif., set. (read more)
VAN NUYS, Calif. — A behind-the-scenes look at of the Dunder-Mifflin office allows one to scope out things viewers at home would have a hard time spotting. Here’s a sampling of some “Office” odds and ends (read more)
There’s much to be said for a TV show that gets the details right. Such is the case with “The Office,” which has faithfully incorporated a number of Scranton-specific references into its first two seasons. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A Dwight Schrute’s severe lack of social graces doesn’t endear him much to his colleagues at the Dunder-Mifflin paper supply company. The people of Scranton, however, like him just fine. (read more)
"The Office's" lease has been renewed. Despite less-than-stellar ratings, the Scranton-set NBC comedy has been renewed for a second season, the network announced Monday at the unveiling of its fall primetime television schedule. (read more)
There are plenty of laughs to be found at "The Office." However, references to the Electric City are somewhat harder to come by. The Times-Tribune has previewed three episodes of NBC's American adaptation of the British comedy, "The Office." The sitcom uses a Scranton-based paper supply company as its backdrop and premieres March 24 at 9:30 p.m. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A For Steve Carell, there’s nothing more fun than playing “an ass.” And so it was with tremendous good fortune that the 42-year-old actor landed the role of Michael Scott, the fantastically insensitive, preposterously clueless boss on NBC’s “The Office,” (read more)
Greg Daniels isn't from Scranton. As far as he knows, he's never even set foot in the city. And yet, the acclaimed television writer/producer thinks he can successfully translate The Electric City to the small screen this winter. (read more)

'The Office' Archives
Photo: N/A, License: N/A If you bring "The Office" to Scranton, they will come. That maxim again proved correct when Kate Flannery, who plays the alcoholic, man-hungry Meredith on the Scranton-set NBC comedy, returned to the area Monday evening for a meet-and-greet at Jerry's Fo (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2009:10:24 16:04:55 In many ways, "The Office" helped bring Kevin and Susan Stempien together. So, when time came for them to join together in holy matrimony, they decided the Scranton-based NBC sitcom should be a part of the festivities, tradition be damned. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A 'Office' star returns to Scranton Brian Baumgartner will be spending his Memorial Day weekend in the Electric City. Mr. Baumgartner, who plays Kevin on the Scranton-set NBC sitcom "The Office," will make a special appearance at the upcoming Swingin' On (read more)