Scranton council backs grant for pre-arrest drug treatment

Scranton council backs grant for pre-arrest drug treatment

Scranton council backs grant for pre-arrest drug treatment As appeared on The Times Tribune on January 29, 2018 by Jim Lockwood. On top, former Scranton Button Co. factory...

Plan calls for remake of old button factory in Scranton into counseling center

Plan calls for remake of old button factory in Scranton into counseling center

The project by Charles Jefferson of Jefferson- Werner LLC calls for renovating a vacant, former button factory on Cedar Avenue at Cherry Street in South Side, and moving...

Developers pitch plans for Lackawanna County’s Administration Building

Developers pitch plans for Lackawanna County’s Administration Building

"The building needs to pop when you drive into town, and it should, because it’s an awesome building," Jefferson said while detailing his plans for street-level restaurant and...

Lackawanna County’s Globe project gets $1 million state grant

Lackawanna County’s Globe project gets $1 million state grant

Lackawanna County’s Globe project gets $1 million state grant As appeared in The Times Tribune by Jeff Horvath on December 22, 2017. Officials overseeing the conversion of the...

Snowy Start to Montage Mountain Ski Season

Snowy Start to Montage Mountain Ski Season

Snowy Start to Montage Mountain Ski Season As appeared on WNEP by Stacy Lange on December 14, 2017. MONTAGE MOUNTAIN — Snow on Thursday was perfectly timed for...

Downtown Focus Correct

Downtown Focus Correct

Downtown Scranton is in the midst of a revival and transformation. The conversion of the Marketplace at Steamtown from a retail mall to a mixed-use lifestyle center and...

Lackawanna County expects to sell current HQ in 2018; one developer eyes it for apartments

Lackawanna County expects to sell current HQ in 2018; one developer eyes it for apartments

Lackawanna County expects to sell current HQ in 2018; one developer eyes it for apartments As appeared in The Times Tribune by Jeff Horvath on December 4, 2017...

Small Cities on the Rise

Small Cities on the Rise

As businesses continue to invest in downtown districts and people continue to move back to cities, the question becomes, does this trend trickle down to smaller cities in...

Lehigh to Convert Storage Facility into Apartments

Lehigh to Convert Storage Facility into Apartments

Charles Jefferson, the founding principal of Jefferson-Werner, said the project should be completed and ready for residents to move in by August 2018. The building will have...

Article By: Ed Courrier Special to the Bethlehem Press

Article By: Ed Courrier Special to the Bethlehem Press

Article By: Ed Courrier Special to the Bethlehem Press As appeared in the Bethlehem Press by Ed Courrier on October 17, 2017. Front left, architect John Lee Jr.,...