SCRANTON — Dylan Guzman, a North Pocono student, hopes for a career in music. Rosa Martinez, a Scranton student, wants a career in business. With the University of Scranton’s University of Success program, the students hope their goals become reachable.
At only 16 months old, David Magagna has already attended two Solemn Novenas to St. Ann — a tradition his mother hopes he’ll carry on as he grows up. With his mom, Bonnie Magagna of Old Forge, at his side, the toddler scampered through the grass outside St.
SCRANTON — City council authorized a settlement Wednesday in a longstanding dispute over a small vacant lot at 500 Lackawanna Ave. The gravel lot at the corner of South Washington Avenue was supposed to have been part of a sweeping redevelopment of the 500 block of Lackawanna Avenue more than a decade ago.
SCRANTON — Police arrested a city man for selling crack to undercover informants on multiple occasions, authorities said. Officers from the Scranton Police Special Investigations Division arrested Sincere Ramadon, 45, 920 Myrtle Street, third floor, on Wednesday in Dickson City, police said.
SCRANTON — Seventeen people, including a city councilman, want to become Scranton’s temporary mayor. However, one applicant, Rashida Lovely, lives in Dunmore and will not be considered, city officials said Wednesday.
SCRANTON — A West Scranton man sold crack cocaine to undercover informants on multiple occasions, city police said. Ronald McKenzie, 46, 1426 Jackson St., was arrested Tuesday by officers from the Special Investigations Division and Street Crimes Unit after an investigation into the sale of crack cocaine in the city.
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 […]
The summer months are obviously meant to be a time of leisurely pursuits for kids. Still, that doesn’t mean they should completely shut off their brains. Enter Penn State Scranton’s annual Nittany Cub Summer Camps, which perfectly strike the balance between fun and education.
This summer, the Dawson Building at Penn State Scranton, named for the campus’ first director, is undergoing the second phase of a comprehensive renovation project, with local construction crews gutting and remodeling its first floor. The project is expected to be completed in time for the start of the fall semester.