Explore the area's haunted history

The Luzerne County Historical Society will present its Haunted History program at the Swetland Homestead in Wyoming and the Denison House in Forty Fort from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, and Saturday, Oct. 28. Travel through centuries of superstitions, fol (read more)

Duryea, Holy Rosary join forces for Halloween celebration

Whether you’re a kid or a kid at heart, Duryea has lots of spooky parties and frightening fun planned for next weekend that people of all ages can enjoy. The wicked good times begin Friday, Oct. 27, at Duryea Borough’s trunk or treat at the Sacred Heart p (read more)

Create memories at West Pittston Crime Watch Truck or Treat

Trick-or-treating was always one of the simple joys of childhood for me. Despite my mother’s pure hatred of all things Halloween, we would always be suited up on Halloween night to go collect our loot. My father and I were an inseparable team on those nig (read more)

Hughestown celebrates Halloween with parade and party

I can still remember dressing up for the school Halloween parade when I was little. Mostly because my mother took so many photos when I was young that the images have been embedded into my memory. It was always the highlight of my year. To this day, Hallo (read more)

Langcliffe's got tricks and treats for Halloween

Get ready, everybody! It’s time to monster mash in Avoca, and the Langcliffe Presbyterian Church has its annual ghoulishly good trunk or treat event planned next weekend for the community to enjoy. Be sure to stop by for an evening of hauntingly hair-rais (read more)

It's the time of year for fall foliage and leaf collections

Autumn is officially here, and with the arrival of the season comes the fall foliage. The leaves in the area have begun changing color, the air has gotten cooler, and the leaves are beginning to fall. That means it’s time to get out those rakes, make a bi (read more)

Centennial committee plans Halloween celebration

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Dupont Centennial Committee is planning a Halloween celebration. The party will begin at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, in the field behind the Ben Franklin Kindergarten Center. The festival will include a Halloween costume contest. Prizes will be awarded to the (read more)

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