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Dragon’s H2O Floatable sunglasses are perfect for water activities this summer. Enter daily through June 30th for your chance to win.

The arrival of summer signals pool season, vacations and other outdoor activities. UGI encourages residents to be mindful of safe energy practices during the warmer months. Summer is a time for landscaping and other outdoor improvement projects. UGI reminds all individuals planning to dig or have excavation work done on or near their property to … Continue reading "UGI Urges Residents to Follow Safe Energy Practices This Summer"

Whether you work in a manufacturing plant, an office or as a mom taking care of little ones, it’s important to protect your eyes.

When the school year ends, we turn our attention toward supporting organizations that focus on keeping kids learning and reading during the summer months. This month, UGI is pleased to recognize public libraries and their summer reading programs that aim to help children succeed all summer long.

UGI Utilities, Inc. will begin a natural gas main replacement project on Franklin Street in the City of Wilkes-Barre beginning this week. This project is part of the Company’s multi-year infrastructure betterment initiative. The natural gas main replacement project will take place on North and South Franklin Street from West Union Street to West South Street. … Continue reading "UGI Announces Wilkes-Barre Infrastructure Project"

Nick Martell ’16 has landed a multi-book publishing deal with foreign rights from Saga Press for his forthcoming epic fantasy series The Kingdom of Liars.

Take preventative eye care measures to maintain healthy eyes all summer long

Radio 2: Amazing music. Played by an amazing line-up. The home of great music, entertainment and documentaries.

Sunglasses are a timeless graduation gift that can be personalized to any grad's style.

Maximize your self-storage business by using features and benefits of the USSAN program and WebSelfStorage.

From New York City to Los Angeles, our 2018 graduates are going places. The 475 members of this year's graduating class have pursued degrees across the School of Arts and Sciences and the Sigmund Weis School of Business. Now, they are ready to apply what they've learned to their career and life pursuits.

The spring art exhibition Abstract and Nonrepresentational Painting will open with a reception in Susquehanna University’s Lore Degenstein Gallery from 7-9 p.m. on Saturday, April 21.

We're celebrating Earth Week with a full schedule of events designed to bring awareness to sustainable living, pollinator population and ecojustice issues.

The science behind dental mercury amalgam fillings and other environmental toxicants and their effect on human health.

Odds are that if you have kids, they’ve been involved in sports. Competitive sports are a part of millions of adolescents’ lives, & we don’t expect this to change. Physical competition leads to injuries, & when it comes to common sports injuries, maxillofacial injuries are near the top of the list.

More than 100 Susquehanna alumni returned to campus this month for the annual student-alumni networking conference known as Break Through ... to life after graduation.