The Leonard is here!

The Leonard is here!

The Leonard is here! As appeared on The 570 Powered by Electric City. Renovate downtown venue looks to make its mark on the Scranton Scene. Patrons of the...

New downtown Scranton lofts filling up before they’re finished

New downtown Scranton lofts filling up before they’re finished

New downtown Scranton lofts filling up before they’re finished BUTCH COMEGYS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Leanna Skaluba, deputy manager of Samters Lofts at Penn and Lackawanna avenues, stands in...

Lackawanna County receives $1.6 million bid for Administration Building

Lackawanna County receives $1.6 million bid for Administration Building

Lackawanna County receives $1.6 million bid for Administration Building As appeared in The Times Tribune by David Singleton on June 16, 2018. SCRANTON — Allentown-based developer Jefferson-Werner LLC...

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...

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...

Scranton’s downtown boasts elements for success

Scranton’s downtown boasts elements for success

Scranton benefits from several key elements that help spur downtown renewal: preserved historic buildings; numerous government facilities and nearby hospitals, colleges and other institutions; and a daily influx...

Samter’s building in downtown Scranton sold

Samter’s building in downtown Scranton sold

Samter’s building in downtown Scranton sold As appeared in The Times Tribune on December 31, 2016. The former Samter’s building at Lackawanna and Penn avenues has sold, according...