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2019 Triboro Banner Readers' Choice Award winners

The ballots are counted, and the results are in. Triboro Banner readers, via paper and online votes, chose the best of the best of the Triboro area, and the winners have bragging rights for an entire year. Best Bakery Minooka Pastry Shop Best Bar Dooley’s (read more)

Around Town

Food pantry open St. Michael’s Orthodox Church food pantry, 512 Winter St. in Old Forge, will be open Saturday, June 15, 11 a.m. to noon, serving Old Forge, Taylor and Duryea. Anyone needing assistance should call 570-457-3703 or visit for (read more)

Community calendar

Email your organization’s events to Please have them in by noon on Friday to have them included in the following Thursday’s edition. Visit the for the complete calendar listing. Library bingo: The Tayl (read more)

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Now hear this

New Audio books available at the Taylor Community Library.. “Sisters of Summer’s End” by Lori Foster When single mom Joy Lee abandoned her old life to take a job at a lakeside resort, she found something that her family’s wealth and influence could never (read more)

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Green Scene: Green vacation reading

With the start of the summer reading season on us, here are some green reading suggestions. ■ “Better Off: Flipping the Switch on Technology” by Eric Brende Why Read? This page-turner shows the value of the natural world by following a couple who experime (read more)

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Video/TV competition

SUBMITTED PHOTO Old Forge student Michael Renna finished in sixth place in the state in the video/TV production competition at the SkillsUSA Pennsylvania State and Leadership Conference, held recently. Renna and his team mate had to produce a one-minute v (read more)

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Math-a-thon competitors

Old Forge Elementary School students participated in the St. Jude’s Research Math-a-thon. The participants sharpened their math skills while raising money. The students raised $3,567. (read more)