SCRANTON -- It's not uncommon to see a quiet St. Stanislaus Elementary School in mid-June. This fall, though, the school on East Elm Street in Scranton will not re-open, after dwindling enrollment the last five years. "We just wish the children the best. We hope that they find they're niche in their new school," LuAnn Kaszuba said. The elementary school is part of the St. Stanislaus Cathedral of the Polish National Catholic Church.
SCRANTON -- Every other year, the owner of a barber shop in Honesdale partners with the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute to "buzz off" cancer. Folks in the community agree to shave their heads and beards all while raising money. Monday, employees at the Toyota of Scranton rallied behind this cause to get involved. More than 15 employees at the Toyota of Scranton on Main Avenue in Scranton took part in the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute's Buzz Off Cancer event.
HAZLE TOWNSHIP -- It was a sign many folks thought they would never see. Nathan's Furniture is going out of business, after proudly serving the Hazleton area for 92 years. "I'm here for bargains! I was here the other day," Mary Martnick said.Martnick lives in West Hazleton and has been shopping at Nathan's for decades. She was back Wednesday for the second time this week to take advantage of the sale prices. Martnick lives in West Hazleton and has been shopping at Nathan's for decades.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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