Union blues

Union blues

It’s understandable that Scranton Federation of Teachers President Rosemary Boland is unhappy that her members still don’t have a contract with the financially beaten-down city school district. Less understandable is her apparent belief that the actions of...
Really unreal?

Really unreal?

#Scranton experienced a sudden surge on Twitter this week when a number of users were surprised to learn that Scranton is an actual city and not a fictional setting for “The Office.” Go figure.
The more things change?

The more things change?

The financially beleaguered Scranton School District faces yet another challenge as tax revenue is projected to plunge by roughly $5 million due to the pandemic’s constriction of the economy. That much is new. What’s not is the way the school board dropped...
Nostalgia

Nostalgia

It wasn’t so long ago that the biggest worries for the Scranton School District’s students, teachers and parents was asbestos and lead exposure in some of the district’s older buildings.