Wednesday Dec 4
Murder Mystery Still Unsolved Six Years Later
Wednesday marks the 6th anniversary of an unsolved murder in the Poconos and the victim's family is still seeking justice.
Wednesday Dec 4
Agency looks to curb sewage discharge
The Mount Pocono Municipal Authority is about to launch the first phase of a program aimed at reducing the amount of treated sewer water entering Forest Hills Run.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Colorful Beetle gets struck again -
A multicolored Volkswagen Beetle a motel owner called an important landmark will have to be replaced after being struck in a hit-and-run crash, according to EconoStay Inn General Manager Chris Roberts.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Craigslist posting leads to stolen Paradise Township car
A lesson to would-be thieves: If you plan to sell stolen car parts, don't steal them from a car parts salesman.
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Former Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland performs with his new band The Wildabouts at 8 tonight at Mount Airy Casino Resort's Gypsies Lounge & Night Club, Mount Pocono.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Soggy, But Needed, Soaker
A nice, solid soaking of rain has moved through the region....a general one to two inches of rain has fallen through the region overnight, with the highest totals occurring just northwest of I-95.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Daniel Rodriguez charged in fatal accident on I-380
Daniel A. Rodriguez of Mount Pocono has been charged with homicide by vehicle after falling asleep at the wheel and causing the death of another man on Interstate 380 in Monroe County earlier this month.
Jack Williams Tire rebuilds store destroyed by fire
About five months after a fire destroyed its tire store in Mount Pocono, Jack Williams Tire and Auto Services Center has rebuilt and reopened an updated store at the same location.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Grand Re-Opening and Giving Back
A business in the Poconos destroyed by fire celebrated its grand opening Monday, about five months after the devastating blaze.
Casino employee fired after leaving work early during Hurricane Sandy denied jobless benefits
A Pennsylvania casino worker who left his job early during Hurricane Sandy without a supervisor's permission and after saying his boss could kiss his derriere can't get jobless benefits, Commonwealth Court ruled.
Fall Squall Brings Quick Shot Of Rain, Some Wind
You might have not even known that the fall squall zipped through the region in the pre-dawn hours, even if you were awake during the 3 and 4 AM hours as it zipped on east through the Delaware Valley.
Tavern game bill has local share
Many municipalities stand to get a revenue share under a tavern small games bill headed to final passage this week.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Shopping on Turkey Day: Clever capitalism or 'Un-American' greed?
The importance of shopping on the day after Thanksgiving has mostly faded as Black Friday has now taken a backseat to the latest big-ticket, bargain-hunting craze: Thanksgiving Thursday.
Fourth generation of family leadership at McGregor
Michael J. Mullen / Staff Photographer Bob McGregor, president of McGregor Industries, stands with his daugher Grace McGregor-Kramer, a production manager who represents the fourth generation in the Dunmore family business.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Children's Advocacy Center opens center for teens
Jake Danna Stevens / Staff Photographer Teen Advocacy Center volunteer Claudette Williams of Mount Pocono watches as government leaders, the public and other volunteers enter the new Teen Advocacy Center in Scranton on Thursday.
Pocono Mountain East student's funeral: 'Steven always brought his all'
High school students streamed into the hilltop white church, a few Pocono Mountain East letterman jackets popping out in a sea of black.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Mount Pocono Jack Williams service center to hold grand re-opening -
Jack Williams Tire & Auto Service Center's Mount Pocono location is back in business after a fire resulted in a multi-million dollar loss in June.
It's Not a Fest, but it is a gathering of friends
It's Not a Fest, Fest: Nov. 15, 4 p.m.-11 p.m., Stillwater Estates . $5. Info: facebook.com/events/533381376739886.