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WJPA News: Keeping You Connected to Local Happenings

Welcome to WJPA News, your go-to source for staying connected to all the exhilarating local happenings! Keeping up with what’s happening in our community is essential for fostering a sense of belonging and unity. Whether you’re itching to uncover the latest events, discover exciting new businesses, or be in the loop about what makes our town tick – we’ve got you covered. 

So buckle up and prepare for an enthralling journey into everything that makes our local scene buzz with life. Stay tuned as we bring you firsthand accounts, exclusive insights, and captivating stories that will make you feel like a true insider in no time!


Welcome to the WJPA News blog! We are excited to provide our residents with up-to-date information on local happenings. We aim to ensure you are connected to what’s happening in your community so you can stay informed and engaged!

This week, we’ll be discussing the upcoming holiday events in Wilkes-Barre. From free family fun days to amazing concerts, there is something for everyone! Watch for our weekly blog post calendar, which will list all of this week’s events. In the meantime, follow us on social media (@WJPAnews) and sign up for our mailing list (top right corner of the website) to get notified as soon as new posts are made! Thank you for reading, and we look forward to keeping you connected!

The Relevance of Local News

The relevance of local news has never been greater. With the proliferation of devices and platforms that allow people to access news and information wherever they are, it’s more important than ever for local newspapers and television stations to remain relevant.

Local news is vital for informing residents about what’s happening in their communities and drawing readers and viewers to the media outlets that cover them. In addition, local news can help businesses identify trends and areas of growth or decline in their area.

To keep up with the competition, local media outlets must continue to invest in new technology and innovative reporting strategies. They must also work with other organizations, such as schools and civic groups, to create a cohesive community media network. By doing so, local media will be better positioned to serve their audiences and contribute significantly to the overall quality of life in their neighborhoods and towns.

Getting to Know WJPA News

Local news is important, and with the launch of WJPA News, you can be sure you’re always up-to-date on all the latest happenings in your community.

Each week, WJPA News will provide you with a roundup of local stories, along with information about how to get involved. Whether submitting articles or joining our social media channels, we want to ensure you have everything you need to stay connected and informed!

So what are you waiting for? Get started with WJPA News today!

Coverage Areas

If you’re ever feeling lost in your community or want to stay up-to-date on all the latest local news, you can turn to WJPA News. Our reporters are constantly looking for exciting stories to share with our readers, and they’re always working to find new ways to connect people in their coverage area.

Whether covering local politics, school events, or breaking news from around the area, WJPA News is here to help you stay informed and connected. So we’ve got you covered whether you’re looking for local information relevant to your community or just some fun stories to read on your way home from work.

Diverse Content Offerings

Beginning in January, the WJPA will offer its audience a diverse content lineup. This includes new and returning programs like “The Home & Garden Show with Gayle King” and “Latino Hollywood.”

Additionally, WJPA is expanding its coverage of local events with “WJPA News: Keeping You Connected to Local Happenings.” This program will offer up-to-date information on live performances, festivals, and other happenings in the Tri-State Area.

Trust and Reliability

In today’s world, it is essential to have reliable and trustworthy ways to stay connected with your local community. Whether you are a busy parent looking for an activity for your child or want to know what is happening around town, many options are available. Here are five ways to stay connected locally:

1. Join a social media network.

Many communities have social media networks where residents can connect and share news, events, and activities. This can be a great way to get involved in your community and stay up-to-date on what is happening.

2. Use online search engines.

Online search engines can be helpful if you are looking for information about a specific topic because they will return results from multiple sources. This can help you make more informed decisions about what information to trust and which sources to use.

3. Sign up for newsletters or email lists.

Newsletters and email lists are great ways to keep up with the latest happenings in your community without spending a lot of time reading content online. They also provide personalized content that can be useful for staying informed about specific topics or issues that interest you.

4. Use social media apps specifically designed for local communities.

Many social media apps are specifically designed for connecting with locals in your area, such as Yelp (for restaurants) or Foursquare (for businesses). Using these apps can help you find local companies.

Staying Connected

There are various ways to go about it when it comes to staying connected to local happenings. Whether you’re looking for news updates, want to follow a specific event as it unfolds, or want to keep up with the latest gossip, plenty of options are available. The following are five methods for remaining associated:

Use a news app: News apps are a great way to get your fix on local news without visiting individual websites. Many have live streaming capabilities, so you can watch events as they happen.

Follow your favorite community organizations on social media: They often post updates and information about upcoming events on their social media accounts. This way, you don’t have to hunt down different sources of information – all of them will be right in one place!

Sign up for newsletters: If you want to learn more about specific local topics or events, sign up for newsletters from relevant organizations. This way, you’ll always have the latest information at your fingertips!

Use Google Maps: Google Maps is an excellent resource for tracking what’s happening around town – big and small. Events scheduled through Google Maps can also be found on WJPA’s website [link].

Attend city council meetings: Being a part of the city council can give you an inside look at what’s happening in your community and help shape future policies.

Impact on the Local Community

The Township of WJPA proudly provides residents access to local happenings through our website and social media platforms. Our website offers extensive information on upcoming events, including dates, times, and venues, while our social media platforms allow residents to connect and share news and events within the Township.

By providing this valuable content, the Township is helping to keep residents connected to their community and ensuring that they are aware of all the important happenings within the Township. In addition, by using social media platforms, residents can build relationships and form networks that can help them access resources they may not be aware of otherwise.

Our website and social media platforms are a valuable resource for residents of the Township of WJPA, and we hope you will use them to stay connected with your community!

Upcoming Local Events

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out the upcoming local events below!

Friday, July 21st

Summerfest at the Riverfront Park in Dayton starts at noon and runs until 10 pm. Food trucks, a beer garden, live music, and a kids zone will be there. Admission is free.

Saturday, July 22nd

The Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Open House from 9 am to 3 pm will include tours of the base and aircraft displays by the 198th Fighter Wing. Affirmation is free, yet leaving costs $10 per vehicle.

Sunday, July 23rd

The 4th of July Celebration Parade in downtown Dayton begins at 10 am and proceeds down Main Street to Western Avenue, ending at Murray Hill Park. There are marching bands, floats, cowboys and Indians, clowns, horses, and more. The parade is free to watch, but there are fees for some activities, including VIP viewing areas and trains of king/queen coronations (which are open to the public).


Thank you for reading our WJPA news article this week! We have provided valuable information about local happenings and what to do if something goes wrong. In an emergency, always remember to stay calm and call 9-1-1. Thank you for keeping yourself and your community safe!

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