Under the Keystone

12:26 pm
Wed March 12, 2014

Under the Keystone: A Veteran's Progress

Earl Granville and his twin brother Joseph enlisted in the National Guard in 2000 and were deployed to Bosnia and Iraq together. In 2008, on Earl's third deployment to Afghanistan, a truck he was riding in hit a roadside bomb. His legs were blown apart.
Jake Danna Stevens Scranton Times-Tribune, via PublicSource

Earl Granville, of Scranton, Pa., is the second person featured in Under the Keystone, a new collaborative series from our content partner PublicSource. A veteran who lost his leg in Afghanistan and lost a brother to PTSD, Granville is now studying mental health counseling so he can help veterans and others who have come through difficult situations.

Under the Keystone
8:00 am
Mon February 10, 2014

Photos: Meet Joe Bonadio, Steep Street Music Man

Credit Michael Novara

Welcome to a new PublicSource feature, Under the Keystone, that will feature profiles of interesting people throughout the state.

We have an idea that a series of photos and videos of Pennsylvania people might actually help bring the state together and help readers understand what a variety of enthralling and disparate personalities live here.

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