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For the love of glass

LA PLUME — The first thing one notices is the heat. It’s like a wall that hits you when walking into the Wilbur Myers Glass Studio on the 150-year-old campus of Keystone College. Inside the garage-sized building, three furnaces recently glowed side-by-sid (read more)

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Firefighter Spotlight: Leonard Hazelton III

CLARKS SUMMIT — Leonard Hazelton III was 14 when he joined the Clarks Summit Fire Company as a junior firefighter in 2005. He was an EMT for five years and is now a lieutenant. “I live across the street from the fire station so it is close to home,” he sa (read more)

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Visiting the fire station

CLARKS SUMMIT — The Clarks Summit Fire Company, 321 Bedford St., held an open house on Saturday, Oct. 13. The event featured fire truck rides, live demonstrations, children’s activities, raffles and more. (read more)

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Comm Kids Interactive Learning Center to provide resources for children with sensory processing disorder

WAVERLY TWP. — Shelves holding artichokes, tomatoes, lettuce and corn are set up in a room inside the Waverly Community House (Comm), but a farmers market is not on the way. Work will soon begin on the Comm Kids Interactive Learning Center, which staff me (read more)

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Willow Tree Shop in Clarks Summit to close

CLARKS SUMMIT — The decision to own a business is no small thing. But when the opportunity arose for Laura Moore to become owner of the Willow Tree Shop almost three years ago, it was the right thing. And now that season is ending. Her husband recently acc (read more)

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Abington Community Library hosts X-ray art exhibit throughout October

CLARKS SUMMIT — A picture on display inside the Abington Community Library features unique letters spelling out a sentence: “The human body is the finest work of art.” Dr. Susan Summerton thinks so. The pieces of the Delta Medix radiologist and medical ed (read more)

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Firefighters Spotlight: Father and son serve together

NEWTON TOWNSHIP — Ted Stryweski Sr. and his son Ted Stryweski Jr. have spent many years giving back to their community as volunteer firefighters with the Newton-Ransom Volunteer Fire Company. Stryweski Sr. started volunteering with the department in 1967. (read more)

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Suburban Family: Fall fun for Abington families

I’ve always loved raising a family in the Abingtons, especially during autumn. In addition to the beauty of fall itself – the gorgeous foliage, the chill in the air, the taste of fresh apples, the aroma of comfort foods on the stove, the giggles of childr (read more)

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HS GOLF: Sebastianelli rolls in 45-footer to qualify for state tournament

RUSCOMBMANOR TWP. — Nick Sebastianelli was hoping to go a little lower Monday at the PIAA East Golf Regional. Good thing he didn’t go any higher. With his season hanging in the balance, the Abington Heights’ senior rolled in a 45-foot putt on his final ho (read more)