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Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co.

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The city of Scranton was incorporated as a borough in 1856 and then as a city in 1866. Their goal was to encourage the economic growth of the city.

The following year in December of 1867 thirteen people met upstairs, over the G. Over the years the organization evolved into The Scranton Board of Trade and then eventually The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce.

In May of 1926, 426 Mulberry became the home of the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce thriving throughout the next 56 years.

From 1982-2010 the building experienced various ownerships and was home to many businesses and a popular restaurant called Maxines located on the Mulberry Street side of the building.

Movies on the Square – Scranton Tomorrow presents your favorite films on the grass at Courthouse Square on each Thursday throughout the summer.

Presented during the first full weekend of August, this festival brings downtown Scranton alive with more than 100 musicians, artisans, staff, and volunteers for three days of non-stop entertainment.

Exchange Place, the "hub" of downtown businesses since the City was incorporated, is the place where public transportation (trolleys and later buses) from Waterbury's neighborhoods converged, allowing for frequent and easy connections to other parts of town. The original Apothecary Hall at the junction of Bank and South Main Street was built in 1849 and a new one was built in 1894. The Brown Building (left), built at the corner of South Main and East Main Streets in 1930, replaced the wooden structure that had stood at the site for over 40 years.

The landmark Apothecaries Building is in the center at the intersection of South Main and Bank Streets. Their Waterbury trolley routes were leased to the Connecticut Company, a subsidiary of the New Haven Railroad, on August 1,? The leased routes were turned back to CR&L on November 16, 1936.

The finest Italian cuisine is cooked and served daily, presenting festival-goers with the dilemma of which tempting dish to try next.

Continuous live entertainment for both young and older tastes is featured during the afternoon and evening each day.

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