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For The Record: Published November, 2018

DEEDS COLUMBIA COUNTY Thomas Iacovoni. Property Location: North Centre Twp. Seller: Jordon Robert. Amount: $400,000. Zack Rogers. Property Location: Scott Twp. Seller: Kathleen Chapman. Amount: $315,000. Peter L. Kelly. Property Location: Scott Twp. Selle (read more)

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Business Briefs: Published November, 2018

AVIATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. ATI RECOGNIZED BY PATIENT AIRLIFT SERVICES Aviation Technologies, Inc. (ATI), the Fixed Based Operator (FBO), at the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport, supplying fuel to the scheduled air carriers, business and privat (read more)

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Timeless trinkets can be found in Pittston shop

by Jack Smiles Past, present and future collide at the Duchess Outlet, 75 William St. in Pittston. Julio Caprari represents the third generation at the family business, which continues to diversify and expand. The past The family owned business — founded (read more)

Dunmore native opens Nerf gun arena

by Sydney Garofolo Samantha Palumbo, owner and creator of the newly opened Dart Zone in Dunmore was inspired by her four boys who love playing Nerf gun wars in the backyard. Palumbo grew up in Dunmore and currently resides in Scranton. With the love and s (read more)

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Ready for the role

by Dave Gardner Those who believe historically staid and parochial Scranton has not joined the 21st Century with leadership might shake hands with Amy Luyster, vice president of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. Luyster, a living testimony to the (read more)

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Scranton resurrection continues

by Dave Gardner Among the most visible signs of Scranton’s resurrection is the city’s downtown residential revival. According to Leslie Collins, executive director of Scranton Tomorrow, developers can’t create apartments fast enough to house the scores of (read more)

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Hoping for a holiday giving boost

by Phil Yacuboski With improving job numbers and an improving economy, some local charities are hoping that it transfers to a big boost in holiday giving. “That would be great,” said Nancy Post with a joyous laugh. “I hope that’s the case if it’s true.” P (read more)

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Pennsylvania a ‘child care desert’

by Phil Yacuboski Finding it tough to locate good, quality child care? You’re not alone. Pennsylvania is considered a “child care desert” when it comes to finding quality caregiving facilities, according to new information compiled by care.com, an online (read more)

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Holiday shopping outlook: Retailers expect a positive season

by Joe Sylvester Northeastern Pennsylvania merchants are expecting to have a merry holiday shopping season. So is the National Retail Federation, which announced recently that it expects holiday retail sales in November and December — excluding automobile (read more)

Holiday Gift Guide

by Kathy Ruff Whether you need a gift for a parent, spouse, child, friend or co-worker, we offer a few suggestions on what you can do to check those names off your list with businesses located in Northeast Pennsylvania. For arts and entertainment fans The (read more)

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Pennsylvania lawmakers consider bill banning polystyrene food containers

by Phil Yacuboski Coffee cups and take-out containers are just a few things we think of that are made from polystyrene. Environmentalists argue they are bad for Mother Nature and often litter our highways and neighborhoods, but business leaders argue a ba (read more)

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Local economics experts weigh in on minimum wage conversation

by Joe Sylvester Federal tax cuts and the booming economy are leading businesses to raise pay for workers, business experts say. A local economics professor who specializes in labor issues, however, believes it’s in companies’ best interests to even pay w (read more)

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Health insurance update

by Dave Gardner As commerce marches into 2019, despite a host of political promises, no employer relief appears in sight from frustrating health insurance costs as high policy premiums are joined again by annual price increases. According to the Kaiser Fa (read more)


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