Rob Tomkavage

Position: Reporter/Community News Group
E-Mail Address: rtomkavage@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: (570) 704-3941


About Rob Tomkavage

Robert Tomkavage covers the Abington Heights School District for the Times Leader Media Group. Robert started working at The Abington Journal as a sports correspondent in 2010, before being hired as a full-time reporter. Robert lives in Peckville and enjoys playing golf.

Latest Stories by Rob Tomkavage

Abington National advances in City County tournament

Abington National defeated Olyphant, 13-1, in the second round of the District 17/32 City County Little League baseball tournament July 31. Winning pitcher Ryan Gabura struck out six batters and contributed a single, double and triple at the plate. Also for Abington National, Gavin Armbruster had a single and double, Evan Dempsey contributed a sin

The Lackawanna County Commissioners join Scranton Tomorrow, City of Scranton and PNC Foundation representatives to promote Scranton Tomorrow's Drive-In Downtown Movies Series. The outdoor program, held on Lackawanna County Courthouse Square, has already featured “Frozen” and “Despicable Me 2” and will continue on August 7, A

Downtown Scranton to host movie series

The Lackawanna County Commissioners join Scranton Tomorrow, City of Scranton and PNC Foundation representatives to promote Scranton Tomorrow's Drive-In Downtown Movies Series. The outdoor program, held on Lackawanna County Courthouse Square, has already featured “Frozen” and “Despicable Me 2” and will continue on August 7, A

Abington Heights to play football game at PNC Field in October

According to Abington Heights Athletic Director Randy Hanyon, the Oct. 4 Valley View at Abington Heights football game will be played at PNC Field at 7 p.m. Hanyon added the game may be moved back to Comets Stadium if there is inclement weather in the days leading up to the game. “We took a hard look at it and it's something unique and diff

Prohibition play to premiere at LHS

On Sunday, August 10, the Slocum Hollow Historians will present “Scranton Dry,” a short play about Prohibition-era Scranton at the Lackawanna Historical Society. The play will begin at 2 p.m. at the society's headquarters at the Catlin House, 232 Monroe Avenue. Join Reverend Silas C. Swallow and the Amen Sisters on the porch of the Cat




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