The 100-year-old Sayre Theatre got the first major part of its facelift completed Monday morning.
Crews from Nucor Vulcraft and Mattison's Bucket Service came to tear down the marquee at about 7 a.m., leaving the 200 block of South Elmer Avenue
TROY - A Troy Area School Board member was happy that a local businesswoman purchased the former district administration building at an auction this past weekend.
"It's a great all-around solution, and I'm very pleased," said board member Bill Brasington
TROY - Those involved with the Troy Sale Barn restoration project knew there were certain things that just didn't belong on the building.
Vinyl siding, for example.
"We don't think the building would like right with vinyl siding on it," said Bill Brasing
TROY - As singer Cyndi Lauper once said, "girls just wanna have fun."
And that's what they did recently in Troy.
A "Girls Night Out" with a "Hawaiian luau" theme was held at the CopperTree Shop in Troy.
Several stations featuring activities were set up a
HARRISBURG - Beginning April 1, a "Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw" will highlight the 26th Annual Susquehanna County "Ag Days" at Elk Lake High School.
"The Day featured over 75 ag vendors, educational workshops, health organizations, lunch, pie bak
Watch the fires
The first sunny, spring, 50-degree day, and what does everybody do? They run for the cupboard, grab the matches, and light the little pile of grass and leaves they raked up on fire. Well, lo and behold, up comes the wind and the little gr
In their state of the county presentation last week, Lackawanna County Commissioners Jim Wansacz, Ed Staback and Patrick O'Malley raised the idea of a county-wide high school for the performing arts.
That's not a bad idea. Arts are a crucial but under-a