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The Raisa effect

In an Abington-area home, bits of nature are woven with silk florals into masterpieces. The flowers are carefully chosen. Feathers, berries and twigs are gathered together to create something beautiful. Raisa Statuto is the owner of Distinctively Raisa. A (read more)

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Duplicate bridge group occupies local storefront

CLARKS SUMMIT — Lois Burns enjoys playing and teaching others the game of bridge. She, along with her husband, John “Jack” Burns, play several times a week at the NEPA Duplicate Bridge Center. The couple founded the group and run the game on Thursdays and (read more)

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Stuffing the turkey

Next to the turkey, the thing most hungry families look forward to during their Thanksgiving meal is the stuffing. Judy Cutler of Clarks Green is one of those people. She not only looks forward to eating it, but is known in the community for making it, al (read more)

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The gap in the mountains

S. ABINGTON TWP. — The view Abington residents have as they drive through the Notch is one of majestic beauty. And it is never more glorious than in autumn when a colorful tapestry covers the mountains and hills, the gateway to home. Rock cliffs border ro (read more)

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Area first responders receive pet oxygen masks

SOUTH ABINGTON TWP. — Some local first responders have new tools to help pets at the scene of residential fires. Last week, emergency medical personnel with Chinchilla Hose Company and Newton Ransom Volunteer Fire Company each received sets of pet oxygen (read more)

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Playing pickleball at the Newton Rec Center

NEWTON TWP. — The Newton Recreation Center, 1814 Newton Ransom Blvd., hosts pickleball games Tuesdays, from 4-5 p.m. and Saturdays, from 10:30-11:30 a.m. for players age 18 and older. The cost is $2 per player. For more information, call 570-586-7808 or e (read more)