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Two Clarks Summit teens knew it would take a lot of dedication to land a pair of coveted video game consoles. [Read More]
A Throop resident and pastor at Dunmore's Grace Bible Church agreed to volunteer as the chaplain of the Throop Police Department. [Read More]
When considering the concept of a "full-size SUV," the vehicle that pops into my cranium is the long-lived Chevrolet Tahoe and its elongated variant, the... [Read More]
After a long trip from the North Pole to Olyphant, Cookie Sprinkleton is quarantining for two weeks on his favorite front porch. [Read More]
Crews are battling a fire on Harrington Avenue near the intersection of Ward Place tonight. [Read More]
In an unusual move, state prosecutors are asking a judge to forward charges against three current and former Scranton school officials accused of ignoring lead... [Read More]
For the first time in Pennsylvania history, deer hunters will be able to hunt for a full weekend during the statewide firearms deer season. [Read More]
The seven-county Northeast Pennsylvania region topped 400 new COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row today as the state posted its highest two-day... [Read More]
Hazleton police say they apprehended a fugitive during a Thursday morning traffic stop. [Read More]
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Scranton's required contribution to its three pension plans will increase by about $1.2 million next year despite significant improvement in the funds' financial condition. [Read More]
At-home learning with four children wasn't impossible for Emily Karam to handle, but she knew it wasn't ideal for their educational, social and emotional needs. [Read More]
Scranton's petition to replace the business privilege and mercantile taxes with a broader-based payroll tax will get a hearing Monday in Lackawanna County Court, according... [Read More]
High notes... [Read More]
The local region had the largest increase in daily COVID-19 cases Thursday since the pandemic began in March, according to data from the state Department... [Read More]
The Electric City Trolley Station and Museum will offer a virtual holiday children's show this year to try and minimize contact during the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
The Dunmore School District is moving to a fully virtual educational model beginning Wednesday, Superintendent John Marichak announced Nov. 25. [Read More]
The local region had the largest increase in daily COVID-19 cases Thursday since the pandemic began in March, according to data from the state Department... [Read More]
Scranton crews responded to a small fire at 322 Green St. around 12:30 p.m. Thursday, interim Fire Chief John Judge said. Judge said crews had the... [Read More]
Scranton fire crews responded to a fire at 322 Green Street around 12:30 p.m. Thursday, interim Fire Chief John Judge said. [Read More]
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