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Jeric Foulds

Position: Editor/Digital & Social Media
E-Mail Address: jfoulds@timesleader.com
Phone Number: (570) 991-6404
Jeric Foulds on Twitter: @JericFoulds

About Jeric Foulds

Jeric Foulds joined The Times Leader Media Group in May 2014, having previously worked at The Patriot-News/PennLive.com in Harrisburg. Jeric is responsible for engaging with readers online, marketing our news using digital platforms, and creating digital content for our products.

Latest Stories by Jeric Foulds

Cheers to the freakin' weekend! Here's what Weekender staff is up to this weekend:
Sarah: “Getting into some trouble with a college friend, former teammate and partner in crime. Watch out NEPA.”
Jeric: “Enjoying some fun, food, and fantasy at Knoebels Amusement Resort!”
Sam: “I am realizing I am getting old because

Cheers to the freakin' weekend! Here's what Weekender staff is up to this weekend: Sarah: “Getting into some trouble with a college friend, former teammate and partner in crime. Watch out NEPA.” Jeric: “Enjoying some fun, food, and fantasy at Knoebels Amusement Resort!” Sam: “I am realizing I am getting old because

After weeks of speculation, Konami's Silent Hill video-game reboot — “Silent Hills” — has been canceled. The long-running Silent Hill franchise has roots in nearby Columbia County, as elements of the fictional town used in the Silent Hill films were inspired by the nearly deserted coal-mining town Centralia.​ 

After weeks of speculation, Konami's Silent Hill video-game reboot — “Silent Hills” — has been canceled. The long-running Silent Hill franchise has roots in nearby Columbia County, as elements of the fictional town used in the Silent Hill films were inspired by the nearly deserted coal-mining town Centralia.​ 

In January, A-Treat Bottling Co. abruptly closed after nearly 100 years in business.
However, according to The Morning Call , all is not lost. Allentown businessman Paul Eifler has purchased the A-Treat Bottling Company business assets — and the brand could find a home in Wilkes-Barre.
Eifler is not purchasing the Allentown manufacturing pl

In January, A-Treat Bottling Co. abruptly closed after nearly 100 years in business. However, according to The Morning Call , all is not lost. Allentown businessman Paul Eifler has purchased the A-Treat Bottling Company business assets — and the brand could find a home in Wilkes-Barre. Eifler is not purchasing the Allentown manufacturing pl

HARRISBURG — The use of public assistance cards issued by the Department of Human Services to purchase cigarettes and other tobacco products would be prohibited under a bill that is being considered in the House of Representatives.
The legislation, House Bill 1038, authored by state Rep. Mike Reese, R-Westmoreland/Somerset, would also prohib

HARRISBURG — The use of public assistance cards issued by the Department of Human Services to purchase cigarettes and other tobacco products would be prohibited under a bill that is being considered in the House of Representatives. The legislation, House Bill 1038, authored by state Rep. Mike Reese, R-Westmoreland/Somerset, would also prohib

Cheers to the freakin' weekend! Here's what Weekender staff is up to this weekend:
Sarah: “Some hiking in the Poconos.”
Jeric: “Enjoying the outdoors!”
Sam: “I am going to a wedding in Arizona. Hopefully I will get a much needed tan.”
Justin: “I'm participating in the annual Fred Ciotti Memorial 5K Run/

Cheers to the freakin' weekend! Here's what Weekender staff is up to this weekend: Sarah: “Some hiking in the Poconos.” Jeric: “Enjoying the outdoors!” Sam: “I am going to a wedding in Arizona. Hopefully I will get a much needed tan.” Justin: “I'm participating in the annual Fred Ciotti Memorial 5K Run/

Everybody's (barely) working for the weekend! Weekender staff, what do your two days of freedom this week have in store for you?
Sarah: “Going to Atlanitc City. Going to win millions of dollars, email my notice then travel the world. Well, one can hope. See you on Monday.”
Jeric: “Heading to Harrisburg for the weekend.”
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Everybody's (barely) working for the weekend! Weekender staff, what do your two days of freedom this week have in store for you? Sarah: “Going to Atlanitc City. Going to win millions of dollars, email my notice then travel the world. Well, one can hope. See you on Monday.” Jeric: “Heading to Harrisburg for the weekend.” S

The weekend is almost here, thank God. Here's what we're up to this weekend. If you're out, come say, “Hey you!”
Sarah: “I don't know, but it's going to involve lots of wine. Or liquor. Or both.”
Jeric: “Seeing the MKTO show at the F.M. Kirby Center.”
Sam: “I am going to Manayunk on Sunday for a food tru

The weekend is almost here, thank God. Here's what we're up to this weekend. If you're out, come say, “Hey you!” Sarah: “I don't know, but it's going to involve lots of wine. Or liquor. Or both.” Jeric: “Seeing the MKTO show at the F.M. Kirby Center.” Sam: “I am going to Manayunk on Sunday for a food tru

WILKES-BARRE —The Great American Clean-Up of PA will take place on Saturday, April 25, and the city of Wilkes-Barre will again participate in the annual event. Volunteers are being sought for the initiative that will occur at locations across the city. The cleanup is targeting streets, sidewalks, catch basins, and nuisance properties. “





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