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Skiers generally don't like edges because catching a bad one could mean a tumble on the slopes. However, an early freeze and a premature snowstorm... [Read More]
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A Jesuit servant, a Jewish spiritual leader and a health care architect who laid the groundwork for national government insurance for needy kids received a... [Read More]
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A Jesuit servant, a Jewish spiritual leader and a health care architect who laid the groundwork for national government insurance for needy kids received a... [Read More]
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The sounds of Toyland Workshop are soft bustling; its scents are disinfecting wipes and Lysol. A dozen or so volunteers at Outreach, a nonprofit social... [Read More]
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A Kwanzaa festival in Scranton wasn't just overdue, it was necessary, said Rashida Lovely. The dance instructor and entrepreneur hosted her first festival to celebrate... [Read More]
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A major project to connect two city hospitals appears to be dead in the water. [Read More]
A major project to connect two city hospitals appears to be dead in the water. The biggest parts of the Commonwealth Health Scranton Campus, once... [Read More]
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A major project to connect two city hospitals appears to be dead in the water. The biggest parts of the Commonwealth Health Scranton Campus, once... [Read More]
Kids clutched Skittles and Starbursts to their chests and hustled away from the blast zone. The candy cannon, a new attraction at Roba Family Farms,... [Read More]
Kids clutched Skittles and Starbursts to their chests and hustled away from the blast zone. The candy cannon, a new attraction at Roba Family Farms,... [Read More]
It was hot. The rain seemed unending. Now it's over. Summer ended Saturday with double the normal amount of rain for the season, nearly 24... [Read More]
It's economics 101. When demand rises and supply drops, price goes up. So why, then, are wages — the price paid for manpower — so... [Read More]
Authorities must use dental records or DNA to confirm the identity of human remains found Friday in a wooded area near Commerce Boulevard's 1100 block,... [Read More]
Scranton's most anticipated entertainment and education attraction could open as soon as next week. [Read More]
Scranton's most anticipated entertainment and education attraction could open as soon as next week. Pending a final inspection for an occupancy permit from the city,... [Read More]
The president of the Abington Heights School District board of directors is stepping down because new conduct rules for state judicial system employees prohibit her... [Read More]
Joseph Quinones had his heart set on retiring to a penthouse in Florida. Instead, the Bucks County financial consultant and businessman is suiting up to... [Read More]
A waste hauling company is gearing up to fight the Jefferson Twp. Board of Supervisors for rejecting its plans for a municipal waste transfer station.... [Read More]
Luzerne County reported close to the state average for prescription pain medicine overdose hospitalizations in 2016-17, according to data released Wednesday by an agency that... [Read More]
Luzerne County reported close to the state average for prescription pain medicine overdose hospitalizations in 2016-17, according to data released Wednesday by an agency that... [Read More]
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