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Brush fire sweeps through Moosic
A brush fire swept through a wooded area in Moosic Saturday, but firefighters assisted by an air tanker kept it from damaging nearby property.
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Crews Battle Brush Fire in Moosic
The fire department believes a brush fire in Lackawanna County may have been caused by a camp fire that was left unattended in the woods behind a building.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Moosic officials concerned by bridge repairs
A PennDOT project could close a second bridge in the borough, and officials want to raise their concerns before construction starts next week.
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Judge Vito Geroulo signed an order to revoke bail for John Tanis on Tuesday, after he violated a bail condition limiting him to one dog.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Police search home of Moosic man accused of animal abuse
Moosic police officers dressed in gray hazmat suits and purple respirators removed boxes Wednesday evening from the home of a borough man awaiting trial for animal abuse.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Accused Moosic animal abuser arrested for bail violations
Mr. Tanis, 65, who is charged with five counts of animal cruelty, has had more than a dozen dogs removed from his home to comply with a bail condition that he only possess one dog.
Moosic an accused of breaking into uncle's home
A borough man accused of breaking into his uncle's home to steal prescription medication faces a range of burglary-related charges.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Hundreds of children enjoy free Easter party in Keyser Valley
SARAH SCINTO / STAFF PHOTO Liz Quezada, 10, has her photo taken with the Easter Bunnies at Pat O'Malley's 15th annual Free Easter Party on Sunday afternoon in Scranton.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Gas Station Robbed at Gunpoint
Police in Moosic are looking for a man who they said robbed a gas station in Lackawanna County Saturday night.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Two Bridges Under Repair in Moosic
People in one community in Lackawanna County said they are beginning to feel like their borough is becoming an island.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Scranton Wilkes-Barre Railriders Home Opener At PNC Field
Thursday night was opening day for the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Railriders at PNC Field in Moosic and folks flocked in from all over to see the boys of summer in action.
Moosic police remove four dogs from home of accused animal abuser
Moosic police on Thursday removed four more dogs from the home of a man who is accused of abusing animals.
Dogs Removed Again From Moosic Home
Police removed four Labrador puppies from the home on Main Street in Moosic. It belongs to John Tanis, a man who has been in the news before.
Moosic man sentenced for standoff with police outside borough hotel
A Moosic man who fired at police in a five-hour standoff outside a borough hotel in January will spend up to 20 years in state prison.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Animal rights group says Moosic man illegally keeping dogs; man denies it's illegal
A Moosic man awaiting trial for animal cruelty is illegally keeping more dogs at his home, according to a local animal-rights group that has been outspoken against him.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
The Times Leader
Johnson College students take part in Portfolio Competition
Students in Johnson College's Architectural Drafting and Design Technology Program had their work judged in the college's 10th annual Portfolio Competition March 26. This year's judges included a few previous alumni of Johnson College's ADT program including alumni Matt Rozelle '98, Project Manager-Signature Building Systems in Moosic; Brian Causer ... (more)
Mon Apr 07, 2014
The Morning Call
Murphy got running start to Triple-A career in front of familiar faces
Welcome to the Hog Blog, a blog chronicling minor-league baseball in the Lehigh Valley.
Family of five displaced by Avoca fire
Borough Fire Chief Chris VanLuvender said the fire, which was reported at about 2:45 p.m., caused significant damage to the two-story residence at 322 Main St. The home was formerly St. John's Primitive Methodist Church parsonage, he said.
The Times Leader
Avoca pastor's home burns Sunday
The Rev. Travis Nebeker and his family had lived in their Main Street apartment only for a few weeks when flames chased them out Sunday afternoon.