SCRANTON Two men were stabbed in a park in Scranton on Sunday, police said. The two victims were taken to a city hospital not long before 1:45 a.m. with wounds Capt. Dennis Lukasewicz said were not life threatening.
Jan. 21, 1960 AMA head urges fighting against socialized medicine Dr. Louis Orr, president of the American Medical Association, was the guest speaker at the annual dinner-dance of the Lackawanna County Medical Society on Jan. 20 at the Hotel Casey.
Gary St. Fleur ran for Scranton mayor twice and preached fiscal responsibility. He and other city taxpayers successfully sued Scranton for collecting more taxes than allowed. As a defendant, he defaulted on a $5,000 election-related loan, a court found, and the man he owes says Gary St.
SCRANTON — On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Trevon Bess listened to his heart. The 12-year-old slid into a white lab coat and held a stethoscope as students from Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine taught a lesson on vital signs.
The woman who anonymously wrote a letter to The Times-Tribune last week potentially describing a decades-old murder has yet to come forward to investigators to help them clarify what happened, Police Chief Carl Graziano said.
Students at The University of Scranton were able to help with hurricane relief, at animal shelters, mentoring at local schools and many other projects by volunteering through local non-profit organizations participating in the University’s annual Volunteer Fair.
More that 500 University of Scranton students participated a career fair that offered them opportunities for internships, employment and advanced degrees in disciplines ranging from business and science to physical therapy, education and criminal justice.
“There’s always a way around it. There’s always a way to push forward. No one should live in the idea that you can’t do something. If you want to do it, it’s yours. You have to make the decision to say ‘I can do this’ and ‘I will do this,’” said RJ Mitte, multi-faceted actor, producer, model and disability advocate, at the evening town hall event the 16th An […]
On Friday, Jan. 24, the campus' Community Events Series will present the educational program, “Telling and Understanding Anthracite’s Unique Story,” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Hawk Lecture Hall of the campus’ Business Building at Penn State Scranton.
Michael M. Evans, assistant dean for undergraduate nursing education at the Commonwealth Campuses and associate teaching professor of nursing in Penn State University’s College of Nursing, has been named the Penn State Scranton Alumni Society’s 2019 Alumnus of the Year. Evans will be honored Thursday, Feb. 20, at a special reception beginning at 7 p.m. in th […]
Penn State Scranton continued its commitment to bolstering the technological capabilities of its faculty at the campus’ sixth annual Faculty Development Day. Held earlier this month in the campus' new Information Sciences and Technology Active Learning and Innovation Lab, the program featured three presentations geared around evolving technologies now a […]
Penn State Go, the official all-in-one mobile app, is available to download in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Penn State Go delivers single sign-on access to features including Canvas, Penn State email, shuttle bus tracking, campus maps, grades, class schedules, tuition bills via LionPATH, LionCash+, library services, Starfish academic advising […]
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