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Marywood University – So Ready for You!

Marywood University, like most, had to make adjustments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but remained focused and kept moving forward. Several new programs are being introduced to keep students first and enhance their experience. All classes will return to in-person status. Online courses that were offered pre-pandemic will continue to...
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Scranton, PAScranton Times

New mural to hearken back to Scranton's vaudeville era

PLYMOUTH — A capped brunette from a bygone era, her eyelids heavy with shadow, will forever walk a tightrope on Penn Avenue in Scranton. Regardless of the breeze, gold, rust and blue feathers will always float off her dress. She’s currently in pieces on panels in the Plymouth studio of...
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Scranton, PAaccessnepa.com

Drive-through Dunkin’ coming to city’s south side

The Scranton Planning Commission greenlit a new Dunkin’ Donuts on South Washington Avenue that will operate as a drive-thru only. The planning commission met Wednesday and approved plans for a new 900-square-foot building at 1120 S. Washington Ave. to house a Dunkin’ Donuts store without indoor dining. H.W. Roever Inc.,...
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Schuylkill County, PAskooknews.com

Shenandoah Valley/Marywood University Grad Presented with Medal of Excellence in Music

Marywood University recently announced that a senior graduate recently received a special award during commencement. According to the Guidance Office of the Marywood University, a letter of congratulations was sent to senior Rocco Roguskie informing him that he would be presented the of the Sister M. Clare Kelley Medal of Excellence in Music during the 2021 commencement ceremony.
Healthscrantonchamber.com

Wright Center Establishes New Post, Director of Health Humanities

The Wright Centers for Community Health and Graduate Medical Education have appointed Allison LaRussa, Scranton, as Director of Health Humanities. In this newly introduced position, LaRussa will promote emotional wellness by engaging the organizations’ physician trainees, employees, patients and community members in artistic activities. For patients and the general public,...
Hoboken, NJstevensducks.com

Field Hockey Sets 2021 Schedule

HOBOKEN, N.J. (July 26, 2021) – The Stevens Institute of Technology field hockey team announced its 2021 competition schedule Monday. The calendar features 18 games, including eight at the DeBaun Athletic Complex, where the Ducks are 65-35 since 2010, including 21-14 under sixth-year head coach Meredith Spencer-Blaetz. "We are thrilled...
Advocacymsn.com

Wrapping up Go Joe 24 and St. Joseph's Center Telethon

Go Joe 24 is officially in the books. Morning Meteorologist Joe Snedeker's annual bike ride to raise money for St. Joseph's Center wrapped up on Saturday night. Joe kicked off Day 6 of pedaling in Susquehanna County. He made his way through Forest City, then through his neck of the...
Wilmington, NCWilmingtonBiz

Mark Loudermilk Architecture Builds Team

Mark Loudermilk Architecture, which has opened its first office in downtown Wilmington, has added several people to its team of professionals. The firm this year has hired Jamie Feaster, Ronald Covil, Devanshi Shastri and Phil Hood to join the firm, located 201 N. Front St., Suite 1004, according to a news release.
Economyscrantonchamber.com

Marywood University Announces Its New Construction Management Program

Marywood University will launch its bachelor of science degree in construction management for the fall 2022 semester. As part of the University’s renowned School of Architecture, this is the first and only four-year construction management program in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Marywood University’s School of Architecture’s integrative curriculum emphasizes a design/build approach,...
Frackville, PAThe Shenandoah Sentinel

Go Joe wraps Schuylkill/North’d section

ASHLAND – Joe Snedeker’s charity bike ride completed the rest of its tour through Schuylkill and Northumberland counties today on its way to Hughesville. Snedeker, WNEP-TV 16’s morning meteorologist, rode his bike from WNEP in Moosic, Lackawanna County, to Shenandoah yesterday for the first leg of Go Joe 24, the 24th edition of his charity bike ride for St. Joseph’s Center in Scranton.
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