ESU Homecoming Schedule

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania’s 2014 Homecoming festivities are open to the public at no cost, unless otherwise stated. For more information on any of the homecoming events listed below, call 570-422-3194, or visit or Wednesday, October 22 ESU Theatre Department presents: “Seussical the Musical,” 7:30 p.m., Smith McFarland Theater. ESU students will lead the audience into a lively and imaginative fantasy world in a musical romp that will delight the entire family as they take on the roles of Dr. Seuss’s favorites. (read more)

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Weekend Entertainment Guide 10/25/2014

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Scranton seeks gaming grants to aid downtown landmarks

Scranton is seeking more than $5 million in state gaming grants to renovate four downtown landmarks. The grants are available under the PA Race Horse Development and Gaming Act, and the city acts as a sponsoring, pass-through agency for them.

Cipriani, Kaufer campaign in 120th is region’s most expensive race

The campaign for the 120th state House District is the most expensive state House race involving districts that reach into Luzerne County, according to campaign finance reports filed Friday. Democratic candidate Eileen Cipriani reported $40,590 in campaig

Cheaper air time for cost-effective cheap shots

In the governor’s race, TV isn’t what it used to be around here. If you don’t automatically switch stations when a campaign commercial comes on — and who among readers of this column would ever do that? — you’ve seen more of the gubernatorial candidates’

Sen. Casey seeks help for small businesses in manhunt zone

A Pennsylvania senator asked a federal agency to help small businesses in the Poconos affected by a manhunt for a suspected cop killer. U.S. Sen. Bob Casey wrote a letter to the Small Business Administration on Wednesday seeking help for businesses after