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AN AXE TO GRIND

Plenty of people know the twisted true-life tale of the Lizzie Borden axe murders. But could you ever envision that source material being turned into a musical? Well, it has been, and it’s coming to Duryea’s Phoenix Performing Arts Centre just in time for (read more)

Around Town

Pasties and Pot Pies The United Baptist Church of Taylor, 125 Church St., will host a pastie and chicken pot pie sale on Wednesday, Nov. 1, noon to 2 p.m. Cost is $5. Orders must be received by Friday, Oct. 27. Call 570-498-3494 or 570-562-1458 to order. (read more)

Community Calendar

Email your organization’s events to triborobanner@timesshamrock.com. Please have them in by noon on Friday to have them included in the following Thursday’s edition. Visit the thetriborobanner.com for the complete calendar listing. Purse Bingo: Holy Rosar (read more)

ROUNDUP OF A BUSY FALL SEASON

The leaves finally starting to fall from the trees is a sign that high school football is getting closer to its post-season action. In the Triboro Banner coverage area, Old Forge needs two wins to finish off an undefeated regular season, while Riverside i (read more)

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HELPFUL SERVICE

At Oakwood Terrace in Moosic, a flu and pneumonia clinic was provided by Rite Aid Pharmacy. Debbie Dunbar administered the vaccine to the residents. The clinic was set up by Stephanie Brododsy, Rite Aid wellness ambassador, along with Trish Slusarcyzk, he (read more)

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Pride Students

Old Forge High School September Devil PRIDE students of the month were, from left: Alexa Mulrooney, Quincy Stewart, Evan Kerrigan, Jacob Burkhart, Emily Budzak, Amanda Katchmar and principal Chris Gatto. (read more)

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COUNCIL DONATION

As part of Fire Prevention Week at Riverside Elementary West, members of the student council presented a donation to Taylor Fire and Rescue. From left, front row: Mason Owens and Kenzie Kobeski. Back row: Michael Fargo, Jim Ralston, Rosie Wincovitch, Scot (read more)

Cancer Answers

Nearly 15 million Americans who have been diagnosed with cancer are living in the United States today. People also are living longer after being told they have cancer. This is partly due to improved cancer treatment. There are many types of cancer treatme (read more)