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A shackled Zien Nathaniel Council turned and smiled at his mother and grandmother when they entered the courtroom at the Luzerne County Courthouse on Thursday. [Read More]
Holy Redeemer put Riverside in a hole Thursday night before any time ran off the clock. [Read More]
Construction of the new Division Street Bridge over Solomon Creek in Hanover Township and Wilkes-Barre should be completed by July, township Manager Sam Guesto said... [Read More]
All the emotions of a trying week came pouring out at the start of the first District 2 championship game MMI Prep ever played. [Read More]
Brandon Matthews made headlines last year when he showed a fan with special needs compassion. [Read More]
The scores stood out like a red flag of danger. [Read More]
It doesn't happen often that an athlete from the Wyoming Valley Conference claims an individual district title in wrestling, while also being a part of... [Read More]
The story about Harrold's Pharmacy getting bought out of face masks is true, but a key detail got lost in some of the retellings. [Read More]
When the Masters of Illusion come to the F.M. Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre next week, there likely will be two kinds of people in the... [Read More]
Shifting a $1 million state grant to the downtown train station reconstruction from a no longer viable project on Public Square isn't out of the... [Read More]
Ithaca College junior Stanley Zaneski was named Liberty League Swimmer of the Year and it was an easy selection after he had a standout performance... [Read More]
While there are no immediate plans for the future of the site, a building on North Street was relegated to the trash heap - literally... [Read More]
K-12 and higher education facilities - have begun taking precautions to prevent an emergency from the spread of the COVID-19, an illness caused by what... [Read More]
Former Luzerne County Transportation Authority executive director Norman Gavlick has filed a civil whistleblower suit against the authority and board member Patrick Conway. [Read More]
Luzerne County President Judge Michael T. Vough will decide if a Luzerne Intermediate Unit teacher will face a child corruption charge alleging she told a... [Read More]
The addition of an outdoor rink at Coal Street that officials announced Thursday should break the ice jam caused by the packed schedule at the... [Read More]
Why did daddy stab mommy? [Read More]
A presidential candidate, possibly President Donald Trump himself, may visit Scranton next week. [Read More]
In Rome on Wednesday, Pope Francis greeted the faithful in St. Peter's Square and walked with fellow priests in a procession without face masks, even... [Read More]
The Lenten Period began Wednesday and ends on April 11. With that in mind, I would like to advance a few ideas about it. [Read More]
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