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Clarks Green couple Bruce and Patty Sherbine shares tradition of trees

CLARKS GREEN — The Victorian Christmas tree in Bruce and Patty Sherbine’s living room window stands tall, dressed in white lights and red poinsettias. From its branches hang timeless ornaments the couple collected in their travels through almost 29 years (read more)

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Daughter continues mother’s wreath-making tradition at the Waverly Community House

Abby Peck has fond memories of making wreaths at the Waverly Community House (Comm) for the holidays with her mother, Rosamond ‘Roz’ Peck and grandmother, Mary Reifsnyder. “I remember walking home from kindergarten at the Waverly school,” she said. “Stopp (read more)

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Abington Heights grad Lily Mao holds debut album release party in Scranton

SCRANTON — Abington Heights graduate Lily Maopolski (Lily Mao), now a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter, celebrated the release of her debut album “Run to Madness” with a party Sunday afternoon at Ale Mary’s at the Bittenbender. The free event featured a p (read more)

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A purpose for petals

Petals For Goodness Sake is bringing new purpose to used flowers. The nonprofit organization was founded in April 2016 by Kathee Senofonte. All the work was done in her garage until she needed a bigger space. She and co-directors Beth Perry and Nancy Conn (read more)

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Santa, Abington teachers support AHEA Craft Fair

‘Tis the season for holiday craft fairs. And the one held Saturday, Dec. 1 at Abington Heights Middle School wasn’t just about shopping, but also about giving back. The Abington Heights Education Association held the event as a fundraiser for a scholarshi (read more)

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Abington Heights grad Lily Mao to host release party for debut album 'Run to Madness'

NEW YORK, N.Y. — Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter and Abington Heights graduate Lily Mao will host an album release party in Scranton, to celebrate her debut album “Run to Madness.” The event will take place Sunday, Dec. 9, from 1 to 3 p.m., in the privat (read more)

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Songs of unity, peace

CLARKS GREEN — The Church of Saint Gregory will soon be filled with the sound of music. Its choir will join that of the Our Lady of the Snows and Church of Saint Benedict choirs for On Earth Peace: A Ceremony of Lesson in Carols on Sunday, Dec. 16 at 7 p. (read more)

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Strong vets, solid underclassmen drive Abington Heights

With most of its team intact from last season, the Abington Heights wrestling team takes aim at a realigned Lackawanna League. Losing just one senior, the Comets can establish itself as one of the league’s best teams and a contender for the Division I tit (read more)