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Citations are piling up against two Harveys Lake establishments that have been continuing to defy the governor's yellow phase reopening plan to stem the spread... [Read More]
Luzerne County has seven new positive COVID-19 cases and one new death, according to information released Thursday by the state's department of health. [Read More]
Frank Rizzo fell Wednesday. The tough-talking former Philadelphia cop and two-term mayor who once urged his followers to "vote white" was removed from his perch... [Read More]
Luzerne County District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis said a Facebook post Tuesday about possible looting that led to stores being closed early in the retail district... [Read More]
Luzerne County has 16 new positive COVID-19 cases and two new deaths, according to information released Wednesday by the state's department of health. The county... [Read More]
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More than 26,000 down, less than 14,000 to go. That is the status of the mail-in ballot count for Tuesday's primary election in Luzerne County... [Read More]
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Eleven people have been indicted on federal drug-trafficking charges alleging they were part of a drug ring that distributed crack, fentanyl and heroin throughout Luzerne... [Read More]
A Wyoming man was killed Monday morning after his vehicle veered off a road in Franklin Twp., according to Pennsylvania State Police. Timothy Hillman, 45,... [Read More]
A man wanted for armed robbery in Maryland was captured Tuesday after getting into an encounter with officers, police said. Officers contacted Colby Ercolani at... [Read More]
Supplementing guidance issued by Gov. Tom Wolf for businesses in the restaurant industry and to facilitate outdoor dining and service, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board... [Read More]
The city's Panama Street Reconstruction Project received a $709,631 in Community Development Block Grant through the Department of Community and Economic Development, State Sen. John... [Read More]
The Luzerne County Local Board for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program awarded $462,758 in federal funding to help local non-profit programs serving at-risk individuals... [Read More]
Jose Adames, chairman of the Luzerne County Board of Elections, announced his resignation Wednesday. In a letter to county council Chairman Tim McGinley, Adames cited... [Read More]
Luzerne County Community College will offer in-person classes for students in the fall semester, college President Thomas P. Leary said Wednesday. It will be at... [Read More]
Several hundred protesters gathered on Public Square on Wednesday afternoon to demonstrate against the death of George Floyd, a black man killed in police custody... [Read More]
Elementary and secondary schools in the state's yellow and green reopening phases may resume in-person instruction and activities beginning July 1 under a phased reopening... [Read More]
The state Department of Health on Wednesday released updated COVID-19 case data for individual nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, while adding hundreds of... [Read More]
Several hundred protesters gathered on Public Square on Wednesday afternoon to demonstrate against the death of George Floyd, a black man killed in police custody... [Read More]
Several dozen Pennsylvania Army National Guard soldiers based out of Wilkes-Barre deployed to the Philadelphia area on Tuesday evening to assist with the ongoing civil... [Read More]
A Wyoming man was killed Monday morning after his vehicle veered off a road in Franklin Twp., according to Pennsylvania State Police. [Read More]
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