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The Board of Supervisors on Monday tabled a motion to modify zoning for property at 755 S. Township Blvd. to make way for a transitional housing facility for veterans.
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The Northeast Fair is returning to Pittston again this year, and we've got your free tickets! Listen to WILK Newsradio for your chance to win a 4-pack of tickets to the Northeast Fair, taking place June 18th-23rd at the Northeast Fairgrounds.
Event organizer Jan Lokuta said this year the tour will focus on the way the church inspires the creation of art.
When John Philips and his family first arrived in Wyoming Valley, the welcoming party wasn't too welcoming.
He took the reins of the newspaper after his grandfather, William Watson Sr., died and his father, William "Pidge" Watson Jr., became ill.
Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer Pat Casey, of South Abington Twp., picks up his bike to head home after he participated in the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority fourth annual Heritage Explorer Bike Tour and Festival on Saturday in Blakely.
Kylie A. Sheplock received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Engineering and a minor in Environmental Engineering from Pennsylvania State University on May 3. Sheplock is a 2008 graduate of Wyoming Area High School.
Sheri Prokopchak / special to the times-tribune Peculiar Culinary Co., including from left, Justin Donaldson, Miranda Philbin, Gene Philbin, Matt Swiontek and Abby Somers, will host a fundraiser for Jefferson Park in Pittston on Saturday, June 22. Peculiar Culinary Co.
Gunshannon, 27, of Dallas Township, worked at McDonald's Restaurant on the Dallas Highway from April 24 to May 15. When she received her first paycheck, enclosed was a Chase Bank debit card with instructions on how to use it and the fees attached.
"We'll help out any way we can," said Barnes & Noble Arena Hub Assistant Store Manager Lynne Ziegelbauer.
Head over to Pittston for the Second Friday Art Walk starting at 5 p.m. today. This art event sponsored by the City of Pittston and Art Seen Gallery takes place along Main Street and on the Pittston Tomato Festival grounds.
Senior Judge Chester B. Muroski, presiding over Domestic Relations Contempt Court on Tuesday, ordered the following defendants jailed for failure to pay child support: Todd Alford, Lot 14, 807 Schwabe St., Freeland, jailed for 90 days for failure to pay $9,153 in support of one child; jailed for 90 days for failure to pay $36,987 in support of two ... (more)