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Go Lackawanna | March 4, 2012 edition
Date: 3/4/2012 Album ID: 1427354
Photos by Jason Riedmiller, Rich Howells, Christopher J. Hughes
St. Patrick parade preparation, South Scranton precinct, Obama Scranton office opens, First Friday March 2012, sisters sell original wing sauce, 'Pete and Pete' cast reunion, Turkish culture event at Trolley Museum, Scranton-Williamsport boys' hoops, Abington Heights boys and girls basketball title runs.
Cast and crew from The Adventures of Pete and Pete discuss the quirky kids' show on Feb. 24.SOPHIA KOWALCZYK PHOTO
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Danny Tamberelli performs with The Blowholes on Feb. 24.SOPHIA KOWALCZYK PHOTO
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Maggie Snyder signs into the grand opening of the Obama for America office at 216 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, on Feb. 29.CHRISTOPHER J. HUGHES PHOTO
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Chief Dan Duffy reviews plans for the St. Patrick Parade in his office.JASON RIEDMILLER PHOTO
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Scranton's Andrew Moran drives past Williamsports Christopher Kinley.JASON RIEDMILLER PHOTO
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Scranton's Jake McCarthy is called for a charge as he drives though Williamsport's Taron Dinkins.JASON RIEDMILLER PHOTO
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Scranton's Terry Turner drives past the Millionaire's defense.JASON RIEDMILLER PHOTO
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The South Scranton police precinct is located in Valley View Terrace.JASON RIEDMILLER PHOTO
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Kurt Massoudi receives a cup of Turkish coffee from Nariman Kerimoglu during an event at the Electric City Trolley Museum.CHRISTOPHER J. HUGHES PHOTO
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Peggy's Wing Sauce with buffalo shrimp.JASON RIEDMILLER PHOTO
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Sisters Kathleen Cosgrove Fritch, left, and Peggy Cosgrove have developed Peggy's Wing Sauce, which is currently available at all Gerrity's Supermarkets.
JASON RIEDMILLER PHOTO
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