Jenkins Township resident Wendi Newell has been acting for the past 28 years, ever since her high school days. Her daughter talked her into auditioning for the Little Theatre of Wilkes Barre's “Catch Me If You Can” which runs from...
Ron Musto Jr. stopped for a second to gather himself.The question, although expected, just hit the long-time baseball coach. What does it mean to be a member of the Luzerne County Sports Hall of Fame?
SUNDAY, AUG. 24No local events scheduledMONDAY, AUG 25GolfWyoming Area at Tunkhannock, 4:15 p.m.TUESDAY, AUG. 26
Pittston Area girls tennis team started its 2014 campaign on a high note. The Patriots won both of their matches last week in convincing fashion.
Wyoming Area takes a new coach and many new players into the upcoming Wyoming Valley Conference girls soccer season.Nikki Sipkowski will lead a young team as it tries to find a way to improve on last season's 5-10 finish.
They had it in their grasp and let it slip away.That's how Pittston Area's girls soccer team finished its 2013 campaign. Getting over that hump is next on the list for the Patriots and head coach Nicole Tieso.
Pittston Area coach Jim Norris may be in his first year as head coach, but he's very familiar with what's been happening on the field for the Patriots.
The longest season in Old Forge's storied high school football history extended all the way to Hershey and a one-point overtime loss in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) Class A championship game.
Reigning champs from last year's Pittston Tomato Festival 5K Run, Mike Flynn and Caitlin Gaughan, successfully defended their crowns at the 16th running of the 5K on Saturday.
LAUREL RUN — Jeff Skwierz and Marina Orrson scored impressive wins in the grueling Giants Despair Challenge on Wednesday night, the second of three races of the Valley's Fastest Man and Woman series.
The Wyoming Area Warriors took to the gridiron for a double scrimmage against the GAR Grenadiers and the Hazleton Area Cougars at the Anthony “Jake” Sobeski Stadium in West Pittston on Saturday morning, Aug. 16.
The Wyoming Area golf lineup could go through some changes throughout the 2014 season.
Basically everyone is back.But the Pittston Area golf team's chance of turning a 2-8 2013 campaign into a winning season relies heavily on the help senior Tyler McGarry will be getting.
The Wyoming Area girls tennis team made history with its first winning season ever in 2013.The Warriors plan to keep climbing.Wyoming Area returns all but one starter from a team that went 7-6 a year ago.
With one week of practice under its belt, the Pittston Area girls tennis team gets right into league play on Monday. And with the recent weather, it hasn't been easy.
SUNDAY, AUG. 17No local events scheduledMONDAY, AUG. 18Girls tennisTunkhannock at Pittston Area, 4:15 p.m.
The Pittston Area Soccer Booster Club hosted the 11th Annual Patriot Cup Soccer Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 9 at the Bucky Harris Sports Complex on the Pittston Area Primary Center grounds on Rock Street in Hughestown.
The Wyoming Area field hockey team may look a little different this season now that Chris Comiskey has replaced his wife Lunda as varsity head coach.
They finished the regular season unblemished. But that wasn't the end of the story.
During the basketball season that concluded in April, team Swish, representing Greater Wyoming Area Girls Youth Basketball, participated in two leagues and two tournaments. The team went undefeated in leagues played at Back Court Hoops in Scranton and...
Falls Bridge Deli swept second place O'Connor Plumbing 3-0 to cushion its lead of the Emanon Golf League. The Deli was lead by Mark Eyet's 36 and Jim Charney's 37. Jerry Gavin was low for O'Connor with 38.
FOOTBALL(all games 7 p.m. unless noted)Aug. 30 - at Abington Heights, 1 p.m.Sept. 5 - at Valley ViewSept. 12 - Wyoming Valley WestSept 19 - Crestwood
FOOTBALL(all games 7 p.m. unless noted)Aug. 29 - at Wyoming Valley WestSept. 5 - Scranton PrepSept. 12 - North PoconoSept. 19 - TunkhannockSept. 26 - at Crestwood
It was a storied season last year for Pittston Area's field hockey team. It culminated with a loss in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Aassociation (PIAA) District 2 first round.
Len Coleman's name has been synonymous with golf in Greater Pittston for decades. And he keeps rewriting his personal history book.