The Shenandoah Evening Herald ran a moving editorial on Christmas Eve 1945 about the meaning of the holiday after World War II.
An editorial from a newspaper in Pottsville during the 1918 pandemic reminds us to be thankful for life amid a time of death.
In November 1938, the Pittston Gazette published an editorial calling for a reconsideration of America's strict immigration policies.
The Lykens Standard voiced support for President Herbert Hoover and called the campaign against him illegitimate.
The editors of the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader warned readers on August 7, 1945 that the atomic destruction of Hiroshima opened a dangerous new age.
In the summer of 1940, a new minister at Pottsville's Bethel AME Church sought to reach out to the Coal Region's white community for economic cooperation.
And a plea to consider what the Confederate battle flag meant to the local soldiers who fought and died in the Civil War.
Halloween could get pretty rowdy in the City of Pottsville in the 19th century.
A writer at the Lykens Register opined in September 1900 about rising inequality in the Coal Region.
The Harrisburg Telegraph wished its readers a "Merry Christmas" while the country prepared for its fourth Christmas at war.