[ US /ˈskɹæntən/ ]
  1. an industrial city of northeastern Pennsylvania
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  • During his first press conference, Scranton essentially reiterated what officials at Metropolitan Edison, the owners of Three Mile Island, had told him: "Everything is under control.
  • That mindset among families is also evident at Scranton's Kania School, where freshman enrollment is up about 10% over last year, says Dean Michael Mensah.
  • On a similar note, perhaps Kelly Kapoor is so broken up over the Scranton branch’s loss of the Belle of the Ball himself (Ryan) that she falls into the arms of the closest man to her cube … which I believe it either Toby or Kevin. 10 Possible Plots We’d Like to See on The Office | Best Week Ever
  • What most people are really talking about when they use the term innovation is more like what industrial historian Phil Scranton discusses as a variation, that is, "the disciplined change of an artifact's features or components, without affecting its core functions or capabilities" or a novelty that "references the creation of new artifacts within the domain of the known. Elliot Washor: Thoughts on Innovation
  • So how do Hillary Clinton supporters feel about the so-called scrappy kid from Scranton getting the ticket? CNN Transcript Aug 23, 2008
  • The network architec - ture consists of a T1 backbone connecting hubs in Pitts - burgh, Philadelphia, and Allentown/Bethlehem, and a 56-Kbps connection to a hub in Scranton. What We Didn't Know About Slavery
  • Scranton, Philip . Endless Novelty : Specialty Production and American Industrialization, 1865 - 1925 . 1997.
  • Because of the time difference their celebrations would already be under way, so after calling her mother at her retirement community in Erie, Bonnie planned to call her mother-in-law in Scranton, where her children and grandchildren were attending the traditional family gathering. The Aloha Quilt
  • Ironically, Scranton, who'd only been in office for 68 days, had had several meetings already with various members of each emergency management team.
  • He should be offered the vista of a dignified retirement and the prospect of a vice-presidential library in Scranton, Pennsylvania, that 'absolute jerkwater of a town' where he was raised. TBD: A hyperlocal work in progress
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