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Inaugural Fleetville Fall Fair a success

BENTON TWP. — The Abington community showed its support for the Fleetville Volunteer Fire Company at the inaugural Fleetville Fall Fair. Held Saturday, Sept. 7, the fair was organized to raise support for the fire company and awareness of its need for new (read more)

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Taste of the Abingtons: ‘Heat and sweet’

S. ABINGTON TWP. — Friends, fun and the go-with-the-flow attitude are what Gene Litz and Chris Calvey Jr. are most looking forward to at Taste of the Abingtons, which will be Sunday, Sept. 29 at the Ramada from 5-8 p.m. The annual event is the premier fun (read more)

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A communication collaboration

CLARKS SUMMIT — King’s College mass communications students are teaming up with the Abington Community Library to get the word out about all the library has to offer. Last fall, students produced corporate videos for the library. The videos introduce peop (read more)

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Crisp and juicy

September is one of my favorite months. One reason is the abundance of crisp, juicy apples harvested by Abington farmers. My family loves them because they are delicious on their own or in cider, pie or doughnuts. And parents love the health benefits as t (read more)

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Out & About at La Festa Italiana

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Community colors shine through mural project

WAVERLY TWP. — Mural Painting Camp – Putting Your Stamp on Our Community, one of the many camps offered by Abington Art Studio, gave kids age 9 and up the chance to create art outdoors during a week in August. Waverly Elementary School PTA members approac (read more)

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Brush up on bus safety

As our children head back to school for another year, school buses are back out on the roads throughout the Abingtons. Clarks Summit Police Chief Christopher Yarns offered his expertise and advice to help make this school year a safe one. The chief pointe (read more)

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Running for Newton Ransom

NEWTON TOWNSHIP — Runners and walkers are invited to put their running shoes on in support of the Newton Ransom Elementary School. The school PTO is hosting its fourth annual 5k run/walk and fun run Sunday, Sept. 22 at the Abington Heights Middle School. (read more)

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Susquehanna summer

Summer is over for young people as many return to the classroom this week. Parents flock to area stores to purchase school clothes for children that grew inches over the summer. The question, “what did you do this summer?” will be asked by friends or give (read more)

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Scranton Prep edges Abington Heights

CLARKS SUMMIT — With Scranton Prep looking for a go-ahead score, it turned to Ryan McAndrew and the junior delivered. When the Cavaliers tried to ice the game, they again leaned on McAndrew, who responded and helped lead No. 4 Scranton Prep to a 17-10 win (read more)