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Archbald woman sentenced for child abuse
An Archbald woman charged with abusing three children will spend the next three years under supervision, a judge decided Wednesday.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Crash in Archbald injures woman, breaks pipe
A woman driving along Kennedy Drive in Archbald left the road, struck a pump house and then a telephone pole Tuesday evening.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
How they voted 4/13/2014
CASH GIFT BAN: Senate Bill 1327 bans cash gifts to state and local officials and employees with some exceptions.
School districts owed millions from state
Delinquent state reimbursements may force school districts to hit taxpayers with increases, cut staff and programs or deplete meager reserves to make up the shortfall.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Saving A Few Bucks At The Pump, Thanks To A Church
"50 cents off gas today is quite a bit, it's a good deal getting 50 cents off. And they do a lot, the Assembly of God, they are very good," said Debbie Murphy of Archbald.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Harpur Jazz Ensemble hosts Marcinko for 2 concerts
The full day of jazz begins with a free midday concert at 1:20 p.m. with Carbone , Bill Carter , Tom Marino and Marcinko.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Jessup council approves rezoning
A five-story apartment complex can move forward after borough council granted a request to rezone the property of a former garment and textiles factory.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
The Citizens' Voice
Gifts sparse among NEPA legislators
Most of the 30 state lawmakers representing Northeastern Pennsylvania report accepting no gifts valued above a high disclosure threshold in their financial interest statements for 2012 and 2013.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
List Of PennDOT Projects
Here is a list of road and bridge repair projects slated by PennDOT under Act 89 Transportation Projects announced Thursday: SR 247 Wildcat Road, Blakely and Archbald Boroughs and Scott and Greenfield Townships from Gino Merli Drive to Susquehanna County line SR 309, City of Hazleton, Hazle, and Butler and Townships from Green Street in Hazleton to ... (more)
House scrubs vote on distressed cities bill
House lawmakers scrubbed a vote scheduled Wednesday on a bill designed to keep Scranton and other fiscally distressed municipalities from languishing indefinitely under Act 47 status.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
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Most of the 30 state lawmakers representing Northeast Pennsylvania report accepting no gifts valued above a high disclosure threshold in their financial interest statements for 2012 and 2013.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Electrically-charged puddle causes scare in Archbald
Police Chief Tim Trently stood a couple feet from the puddle and watched as white bubbles surfaced on the brown-colored water, lingering for seconds before intense heat caused them to pop and emit bursts of smoke.
Underground Fire Draws Attention in Archbald
A group of people grabbing lunch in Lackawanna County saw something they had never seen before, smoke billowing out of the ground, and called 911.
Demand grows for more improvement zones
An effort to expand a new state urban redevelopment program gained momentum Monday as a House panel heard testimony from lawmakers who said the program would benefit their municipalities.
Dogs, handlers enjoy training for agility competitions
On most days, Jake is a typical dog, frolicking around the house with his sister, Jillie, and owner, Marcia Kosar.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
The Times Leader
Yudichak proposes new tax on gas drilling
State Sen. John Yudichak, a known strong supporter of natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania, would like to see the industry pay a little bit more into state coffers.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Archbald American Legion post burglarized
A burglar broke into a Midvalley American Legion post, opened a safe and left with $1,800, Archbald police said.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
The Times Leader
Area eyesore disappearing
Long gone are the plumes of black smoke, flames and choking fumes from the massive fire nearly 23 years ago at a tire recycling site at the Coxton Rail Yard.
Crash on Business Route 6 sends five to hospital
Five people, including a 5- and 6-year-old, involved in the wreck were taken to Geisinger Community Medical Center.