Local Services in Columbia, PA

Putting People First: Tackling sexual exploitation and abuse, and sexual harassment, in the aid sector On 18 October 2018, the UK International Development S...

Stories of real heroism from two women helping in the aftermath of the Indonesian earthquake.

Nick Ripatrazone '03 is the author of six books and a high school English teacher who teaches at Rutgers-Newark.

Hidden in an alcove deep in the National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania, is a magnificent monumental clock. It is a beast! Not as big as most monumental clocks, The Engle Clock,…

Government and politics publication Washington Monthly ranks us among the nation’s top 40 liberal arts colleges.

The average person today knows very little about clock making. For many, it seems like an outdated practice, especially considering that most of the delicate procedures involved are now performed by machines. As technology has taken over the industry, the community of horological professionals has become smaller and more isolated. One such horologist by the name of John B. McLemore reached out to reporter Brian Reed…

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.

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Great World War Two era film (1943) by RKO-Pathe that encouraged American workers to make the best possible use of their time during the war when industrial ...

PA One Call should be called by dialing 8-1-1 at least three business days in advance of any digging project, no matter if the project is as simple as planting shrubs and trees or installing a new mailbox post. Pennsylvania law requires anyone planning to do any digging or excavation to contact PA One Call at least three days in advance. Some examples of projects that require a call to 8-1-1 include
Installing deck or fence posts
Installing drainage pipes or swimming pools…