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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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Holiday Marketplace coming up at Abington Community Library

The Dorothy Boccella Holiday Marketplace is marking a milestone. The event, the main fundraiser for the Abington Community Library, is in its 10th year this year, said Renee Roberts, young adult services and project manager at the library. The fundraiser (read more)

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Clarks Green church treats the community

JULIE JEFFERY MANWARREN / FOR ABINGTON SUBURBAN (read more)

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Rock School of Music holds Halloween bash

Photos by Emma Black / Staff Photographer (read more)

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New name for decades old church

S. ABINGTON TWP. — During the 1960s, a time of rapid growth for Lackawanna County, a church was born in the hills of the Abingtons. Summit Baptist Bible Church, which has been in the Abington community for 51 years, first operated at 113 N. State St. in C (read more)