Delaware Water Gap adds additional land to park
Now there's even more land to explore in the Water Gap National Recreation Area. Officials said Thursday that four parcels of land, for a total of 354 acres, have been transferred to the park by The Conservation Fund. All four parcels are within the park's current boundary. The newly acquired properties include: -- 33 acres directly across from Hidden Lake, a popular recreation area near ...
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Road work: Nov. 21 - 30, 2014
Dunmore ? The following work is scheduled for this week throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. Anyone wishing to sign up for PennDOT Travel Advisories may do so by emailing James May at firstname.lastname@example.org .
With bear hunting and deer hunting taking place in New Jersey this week, and the nor'easter bringing cold and damp to the region, it may be a little difficult to think about fishing, but there will be plenty of activity to get you thinking about it soon.
Blue Mountain owner Francis Cinelli admits tax fraud
READING ? More than three years after federal agents raided his home and offices in the aftermath of a loan agency collapse that left investors seeking millions, a prominent Bangor physician has admitted hiding money from the Internal Revenue Service.
Nazareth Area School District receives high marks from state
At Monday evening's school board meeting, Assistant to the Superintendent Isabel Resende presented Nazareth Area School District's School Performance Profile scores. The district ranked 33 out of 678 statewide school districts, cyber academies and charter schools, which places Nazareth in the 95th percentile. The district also achieved the highest ranking in Northampton County and third highest ...
Move students from Tracy Elementary, Easton Area study recommends
The Easton Area School District should consider moving its offices and its alternative school into Tracy Elementary, a study by the district's architect says. That study, presented to the school board Tuesday night, says Tracy is the best possible place to house Easton Area administrators and students of the Easton Area Academy. But such a move would mean taking elementary students out of Tracy ...
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