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U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas M. Blewitt will retire as of Jan. 1, and a merit selection panel will interview and recommend candidates to replace him.
A boy who started 7th grade just days ago is dead, and his father was seriously injured in a crash Saturday night on South Keyser Avenue.
Council last week asked its solicitor to look into raising the borough's income tax by 0.75 percent - the same proportion as the city's commuter tax.
WARREN RUDA / THE CITIZENS' VOICE This vacant South Grant Street property in Wilkes-Barre sits boarded up.
Cristin Palermo started with mozzarella sticks dipped in marinara sauce before moving on to tomato bruschetta heaped over garlic bread.
State police did not release the ages of those involved in Saturday morning's crash but said all were juveniles.
Around 100 runners and walkers participated Saturday in the third annual Capt. James R. Minicozzi Memorial 5K Run/1 Mile Walk, but at least three times as many children will benefit.
'School Girl,' a photograph taken at St. Andrew Primary in Jinha by Dr. Noreen O'Connor, associate professor of English, King's College, is part of the exhibit being held through Sept.
Ida Golub, a native of Russia who now lives in Scranton, loves that it's home to Steamtown National Historic Site because the trains and rails there evoke memories of her motherland.
A former Pocono Mountain Charter School administrator and a majority of the students left without a school when the charter shut down are moving to the Pocono Mountain School District.
Only two of those were for driving under the influence, said Scranton police acting Capt.
The parents of an autistic boy who was allegedly sexually assaulted at a private school for special education students agreed to accept $60,000 to settle a lawsuit.
Instead of hiring a supervisor of curriculum and instruction, the district will split those duties between the supervisors of elementary and secondary education, and continue to rely on teachers to write the curriculum they teach.
A Scranton man who took part in a failed murder-for-hire plot was sentenced Wednesday to 35 years in prison by U.S. District Judge A. Richard Caputo.
Police are trying to figure out why a driver drove right into Boscov's department store at the Mall at Steamtown Friday morning, leaving a hole in the glass, and that part of the building off limits.
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Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 03:08 am
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