Northeastern Pennsylvania is home to many amazing waterfalls. These include some of the most challenging waterfalls to reach in Pennsylvania, as well as some of the easiest. Falling Springs Falls falls into the later category. Falling Springs Falls is located in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, near Pittston….
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There are many beautiful waterfalls and natural areas in northeastern Pennsylvania, but if you are looking to get outdoors near Wilkes-Barre and Interstate 81, you might not think there are any options. Fortunately, you’re wrong. In fact, just a few miles from downtown Wilkes-Barre and…READ MORE
Tucked a few miles outside of downtown Pittston, Pennsylvania, is a warehouse. From the outside, this warehouse is no different than the thousands of others in Pennsylvania. However, if you happen to spot the sign outside this unassuming warehouse, you’d be clued in to the…READ MORE
Despite being a city of more than 25,000 people, the Luzerne County community of Hazleton is often overlooked by those traveling along Interstate 81. However, for those that want to get off the highway and explore this northeastern Pennsylvania city, the Greater Hazleton Historical Society and…READ MORE
The Forty Fort Meeting House in Luzerne County is easily one of the most unique buildings in all of Pennsylvania. That’s not because of anything flashy. In fact, the meeting house is quite plain. It’s also not because of any amazing historical connections. That’s not…READ MORE
One of my favorite things about Pennsylvania history is learning about all of the ethnic groups that came to the area and how they left their marks on the state. Thanks to its coal industry, northeastern Pennsylvania has a rich history of immigrants from Eastern Europe….READ MORE