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Sarah Hofius Hall / Staff Photo Therapy dogs Owen, a flat-coated retriever, and Shea, an English setter, relax at the San Miguel Academy.
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
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The Affordable Care Act is not political anymore - it's policy. It's also not about a website.
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In a few short years, Scranton resident Catherine McNelis went from being one of America's top 10 businesswomen to being sentenced to a year in federal prison.
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Thursday: Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Advertising Federation, District Two, Board of Directors to host its annual holiday party from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Scranton Cultural Center.
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The first time Walter Carlson tried to enlist in the armed forces in 1942 it didn't work out so well.
The Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic presents its annual holiday concert, featuring performances by the adult and children's choruses of the Choral Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania and Ballet Theatre of Scranton.
Two former New Jersey men involved in a string of armed robberies that terrorized convenience store owners in the Poconos for more than a month have received sentences of 71/2 and 10 years in federal prison.
Hats, hoods and umbrellas were all appropriate accessories Friday, as dropping temperatures turned falling precipitation from rain to sleet and ice and back again.
A newlywed couple is facing homicide charges after they allegedly lured a man to their car through Craigslist and killed him for the thrill of it.
A group of landowners who will be affected by a proposed $7.5 million settlement with natural gas producer Chesapeake Appalachia want a federal judge to reject the deal, alleging attorneys for the lead plaintiffs were "in a rush to cash in, not dig in" and did not adequately investigate the proposal.
December is a busy time for Shawn and Jamie Jennings. The couple has plenty of work growing Christmas trees, maples for syrup and raising Jacob sheep on their farm in North Abington Twp.
Butch Comegys / Staff Photographer Children's Advocacy Center Executive Director Mary Ann LaPorta talks with U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, right, and Lackawanna County Judge Michael Barrasse on Friday during the senator's tour of the center in Scranton.
Wells Fargo contributed $25,000 to The University of Scranton's University of Success program, a multi-year, pre-college program for high school students designed to develop the skills needed to successfully gain entrance to college.
The annual Lackawanna County Christmas tree lighting drew a crowd to downtown Scranton Friday night and for the first time, there was also an outdoor holiday marketplace festival, called Holiday On The Square.
In Helena Albert's new anti-bullying music video, we see her struggling to make a decision.
With the new year approaching, you might be tempted to start making your list of resolutions for the upcoming year.