The Fourth of July in Hilldale My father’s kin always get together Ever since the summer of ’60 Back then… Read more The Fourth Of July In Hilldale
Me cousin Michelle (a nurse) and her husband Doug (a policeman), in northeastern Pennsylvania, have founded an organization that helps… Read more Help For Cancer Patients
Has anyone ever once seen Bob Weaver’s grave? All the locals in West Pittston Say he died in the 1950’s… Read more The Man With No Grave
My parents were both from northeastern Pennsylvania. I’ve lived in New York since I was around Three and a half… Read more Pronunciation
I often pass by Bob Weaver’s old house In West Pittston. Nothing much has changed since his day. I often… Read more Bob Weaver’s Legend
My parents were both from northeastern Pennsylvania, and though I’ve been a New Yorker since I was little I’m known… Read more The Adventures Of Joe Pa.
I drove up Wyoming Avenue, Route Eleven, to the Rock Street Music Store on Main Street in Pittston, Pennsylvania. … Read more I Don’t Fit In
“Last night I had a dream,” Chester told Mabel. “Do tell,” she replied. “My parents were both from northeastern Pennsylvania,”… Read more Sharing A Dream
Herbert’s and Myrtle’s reception was at the local country club. There was one guest no one could account for. No… Read more Uncle Who?
“There weren’t many Jews in my parents’ northeastern Pennsylvania,” I told Ralph. “Celia and Morris Grossmann were among the few. … Read more Hard Times