Back Mountain Business & Community Expo highlights region

DALLAS TWP. — Some may think the region is small, but an event sponsored by the Back Mountain Chamber showcased the variety of businesses in the area, Julianne Cariola said. The 12th annual Back Mountain Business & Community Expo was held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. April 25 in Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall at […]

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Dallas businesses weathering ongoing roundabout construction

DALLAS — Dallas Centre Hardware is financially stable in light of the ongoing roundabout construction, which is creating road closures, detours, and traffic pattern changes, said owner Michele Geise. Many area motorists started to avoid the five-legged intersection of Route 415, Machell Avenue, Main, Lake and Church streets when utility work in preparation for the […]

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The Hitchin’ Post gallops into Dallas Township

DALLAS TWP. — Gina Felker found herself in a lurch when her favorite horse supply shop Spur of the Moment closed last year. Fueled by the love for her two Quarter horses named Sunny and Jack, Felker reached out to the shop’s former owner Diane Kreller for help to open her own business called The […]

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Chamber Notes: Wonder what April snow will bring?

They say April showers bring May flowers. I’m not sure what April snow is supposed to bring, but I guess only time will tell. Fortunately, even just a few warm days in a row seem to be enough to erase the painful memories of the long, cold winter. Members of the Back Mountain Chamber met […]

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Earth Conservancy’s Environmental Workforce Training awards 21 certificates

LEHMAN TWP. — Earth Conservancy’s Environmental Workforce Training program was an “eye-opening experience” for Shavertown resident Matthew Groshek. Groshek was one of 21 students in the first class to earn certificates of completion and network with potential employers, April 16, at Penn State Wilkes-Barre. The Environmental Workforce Training program was designed to help unemployed and […]

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Back Mountain Business & Community Expo planned for April 25 at Misericordia University

DALLAS — Eleven new vendors are scheduled for the ninth annual Back Mountain Chamber’s Business & Community Expo, according to Amy Campbell, event chairwoman. The popular event, coordinated by the Back Mountain Chamber, gives area companies, organizations and the public an opportunity to share information about products and services available throughout Luzerne and Lackawanna counties. […]

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EN•X•2 Marketing relocating to Yalick Plaza at Yalick Farms

DALLAS TWP. — EN•X•2 Marketing will relocate its business from Twin Stacks Center to the Yalick Plaza at Yalick Farms in the spring. The move from 1120 Twin Stacks will give the online marketing firm, which specializes in social media, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, data interpretation, analytics, web development and design, more space […]

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Chamber Notes: Time to get working on our list of goals

Frigid temperatures and what seemed like snow every other day kept us all busy battling the elements throughout the month of January. Even for those of us used to the typical winters in Northeast Pennsylvania, we know it’s been cold when 30° seems like a mild day. Now that January has come and gone, each […]

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Pizza Paul’s Fireworks relocates

DALLAS TWP. — Pizza Paul thought about relocating his longtime firework business to a more prominent location in the Back Mountain. His dream ignited in 2016 when a storefront on Memorial Highway sported a “For Rent” sign. “It (the property) was one of the last available storefronts on the highway,” said Paul Adamchick, whose family […]

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Kate Evans reopens bakery at Dymonds Farm Market

KINGSTON TWP. — Kate Evans fondly holds on to childhood memories of walking into Dymonds Farm Market Bakery and the sweet smells and delicious sights of the selection of fresh-baked goods. When the Dymond family closed the bakery in January, Evans and her mother Cathie called with the hopes of opening their own bakery in […]

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