Mountaintop Eagle Newspaper
The Mountaintop Eagle is published in Mountain Top, Pennsylvania, located between Interstate Routes 81 and 80 west of the Pocono Mountain region and in the center of Luzerne County. The Eagle’s circulation area covers the hundred square mile area between Wilkes-Barre to the north, Hazleton to the south and Nanticoke to the west.
The Mountaintop area has a population of 18,849 with an average household income of $72,413 per year. Mountaintop’s residents enjoy the peaceful tranquility of small town living within hours of major eastern cities.
Editorial content includes original news and feature stories exclusive to the Mountaintop Area in zip codes 18707, 18660, and 18661. Individual Mountaintop area townships are Fairview, Dorrance, Wright, Rice, Slocum, White Haven, Dennison and Penn Lake, all part of the Crestwood School District.
Regular coverage includes Township And School Board Meetings, School News, Scholastic and Recreational Sports, and Church Activities and Schedules. Specialty pages include Health & Fitness, Bridal, & Home Improvement. Throughout the year the Mountaintop Eagle publishes feature stories about people, places and activities with a personal link to the community.
The Mountaintop Eagle is owned by Publisher Stephanie Grubert, who purchased the paper 33 years ago in 1985. The Eagle is an independent community newspaper published on Wednesdays. It is Paid Circulation delivered to subscribers homes on Wednesdays. The Mountaintop Eagle E-Edition is published at www.mteagle.com. It is a full replica of the print edition and interactive with direct links to advertisers and contributors web pages.