Pittston

Pittston,

industrial city (1990 pop. 9,389), Luzerne co., NE Pa., on the Susquehanna; settled c.1770 by the Susquehanna Company of Connecticut, inc. as a city 1894. It is a mining center for surface anthracite coal. Manufactures include metal, plastic, and paper products; apparel; beverages; and electrical equipment.
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Millenium is a Medicare-certified home health provider based in Broomall, Pennsylvania with additional locations in West Pittston, Pennsylvania and Milford, Delaware.
Morgan also founded and operated WTLQ(FM), Pittston, Pennsylvania, outside Scranton.
The family relocated to Holden, MA until 2007, when they retired to Wesley Village in Pittston, PA to be near their daughter and her husband, Joel Cohen.
Those are among the reasons the Neiman Marcus Group launched a 200,000-square-foot distribution center in Pittston, Pa.
Your editor's letter about trying to get along without a car ["Car Trouble," Jul/Aug] sparked such fond memories of our small borough of West Pittston, Pennsylvania, pop.
SBC was founded by the former beer distributors of United Beverage in Pittston, PA, which divested their brands in the wake of the MillerCoors JV.
United Sporting Companies (USC) has opened a new, 198,000 square-foot Jerry's Sport Center facility in Pittston, Pa.
A $6,000,000 first lien mortgage for the refinance of a 169,405 s/f commercial property in Pittston, PA.
For the second time in four years, the Pittston Maine.
Klush was born and raised in the small coal-mining town of Pittston, Pennsylvania.
In order to identify new and innovative ways to both protect the environment and create and maintain an efficient, cost-effective business model, we created a green taskforce to identify areas for improvement," said Steve Frawley, president of Emery-Waterhouse, which recently held a grand opening for a new building material distribution center in Pittston, Pa.