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A musical twisted tale Phoenix presents ‘Matilda the Musical’

Phoenix Performing Arts Centre is again delving into the wonderfully warped world of Roald Dahl this weekend. Phoenix Kids and Teens Summer Intensive Camp will present the area’s premier production of the musical version of Dahl’s classic book, “Matilda,” (read more)

Community calendar

Email your organization’s events to triborobanner@timesshamrock.com. Please have them in by noon on Friday to have them included in the following Thursday’s edition. Visit the thetriborobanner.com for the complete calendar listing. Reunion planning: The O (read more)

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Councilman honored in Taylor Borough

SUBMITTED PHOTO Tayor Borough councilman James Digwood of received the Board of Director’s Award from the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs’ Board of Directors, in recognition of 30 or more years of dedicated service. (read more)

Around Town

Farmers market Old Forge Borough has started a farmers market. The opening will be Thursday, July 11. It will be open every Thursday from noon to 6 p.m. at 620 South Main St. (the former Saint Lawrence rectory). There is plenty of parking in the rear. For (read more)

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Riverside dominates engineering competition

SUBMITTED PHOTO A team from Riverside Jr.-Sr. High School, consisting of Gary Mrozinski, Gabby Szajkowski, Dominick DeAngelo and Brianne Nemergu, finished in second place at a recent engineering competition at North Pocono Middle School. Staying within th (read more)

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Headed to Mercy

SUBMITTED PHOTO Lou Stefanelli, a member of the Riverside baseball team, will continue his academic and playing career at Mercy College. From left: father Lou, Lou, mother Debbie. Second row: coach Sean Hughes, athletic director Dan Digwood, principal Joe (read more)

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Shadowing in the big city

SUBMITTED PHOTO Riverside High School sophomore Hunter Geise recently completed a career shadow at Madison Square Garden in New York City. This extremely rare opportunity was facilitated by Riverside alumnus Brandon Lawrence, director of group sales for M (read more)


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