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This summer is looking much different than years past. [Read More]
The Steamtown National Historic Site is reopening Wednesday. [Read More]
A man was shot and killed after pointing a handgun at troopers from an eastern Pennsylvania garage, state police said. [Read More]
Attorneys for a 15-year-old Scranton boy charged as an adult in connection with a June homicide want his bail reduced, the teen moved out of... [Read More]
Dear J.T. & Dale: My company has had us working from home for a month now, and I'm THRIVING. I had no idea how much... [Read More]
The Salvation Army Scranton Corps is offering a free "Camp in a Box" experience featuring Bible-themed crafts, games and more for kids whose summer plans... [Read More]
Scranton police heard nearly 200 fireworks-related complaints over the holiday weekend, Capt. Dennis Lukasewicz said. One person was cited that he knows of. [Read More]
Olyphant police arrested a man Sunday night and charged him with assaulting a woman. [Read More]
A cat knocked a candle onto a box of fireworks, starting a fire in a kitchen in New Milford Twp. Sunday. [Read More]
The Carbondale military helmet manufacturer Gentex Corp. acquired an Australian distributor, strengthening its global position and improving distribution and service capacity in Australia and New... [Read More]
As the death toll and new cases continue their downward trend, hot spots in Pennsylvania offer a reminder that COVID-19 remains a durable threat. [Read More]
Country music firebrand and fiddler Charlie Daniels, who had a hit with "Devil Went Down to Georgia," has died at age 83. [Read More]
A former Scranton firefighter convicted of arson in 2011 will get a chance this summer to challenge the evidence used to send him to state... [Read More]
Senators of both parties agreed to perfect the historical record Wednesday when, by voice vote, they included a provision in a $740.5 billion defense appropriations... [Read More]
Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education was feeling woozy well before the COVID-19 pandemic. But a new state law could provide the system with the... [Read More]
The Scranton Public Library is planning its next chapter. [Read More]
A former Scranton firefighter convicted in 2011, of arson will get a chance this summer to challenge the evidence used to send him to state... [Read More]
July 6, 1925... [Read More]
The PPE shortage had been one of the coronavirus pandemic's earliest hallmarks. If you ask independent doctors, supply still runs dangerously low. [Read More]
East Scranton came together on our nation's birthday in 1946 to say welcome home to the men and women who served... [Read More]
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