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The Rotary Club of Scranton will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its charter during a centennial gala Saturday, April 26. The evening events at the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple in downtown Scranton will feature a cocktail hour, dinner and music by a string ensemble from Marywood University.
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A Clarks Summit man plead guilty Monday after he sent an email to the White House, threatening to kill President Obama days before the president's August visit to Scranton.
10 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
North Scranton residents living north of the closed Rockwell Avenue bridge learned Monday night they will have to wait at least another few months before work on the bridge begins in earnest.
Scranton-area businessman Bob Bolus has returned to jail to serve the rest of his sentence for his conviction on an insurance fraud charge.
His federal prison sentence almost complete, former state Senate Democratic Leader Robert J. Mellow faces another trial this summer on state charges stemming from a pay-to-play scheme.
The bidding for the old Castle restaurant and other properties on North Main Avenue give some people hope that more businesses may move into the neighborhood.
A journalist with longstanding ties to northeastern Pennsylvania is going to work for The Times-Tribune in Scranton as its interim managing editor.
The two businesses leaving downtown Scranton generated about $200,000 in annual revenue for the Scranton Parking Authority - money used to pay down parking debt in bond payments, said the authority's court-appointed receiver.
Funeral services have been scheduled for Monsignor Stephen Hrynuck, the "holy little priest from the church with the golden domes in Olyphant," who died Thursday at Holy Family Residence in Scranton.
Confirming the region's St. Patrick's Day spirit, the inaugural ham and cabbage dinner hosted by the Little Sisters of the Poor at the Holy Family Residence on Sunday turned out to be a success.
As a bass player and backing vocalist, Mr. Granza has spent the last several years playing in Scranton and the surrounding area as a member of the band Ashleys Attik.
The candidate for El Salvador's ruling party, Salvador Sanchez Ceren, a former guerrilla commander turned education minister, appeared to be headed to victory in presidential elections Sunday, with final polls giving him a double-digit lead.
Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer Shoppers walk around at the Mall at Steamtown on Saturday, a day after foreclosure proceedings began for the beleagured shopping center.
Vera Radice, 55, of Scranton, has been out of work for seven months after losing her customer service job.
Volunteers will help up to 40 West Scranton residents in need of home repairs this summer, but applications to receive the help are due by the end of the month.
In the days before charismatic men of God spread their message on radio and television, the evangelist reached millions of people at revivals held across the country.