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Luis Vega, an 8-year-old student with a blue ninja turtle mask painted on his face, answered without hesitation at the Frances Willard Elementary School Family Fair on Wednesday when asked what he wanted to learn this year.
A disagreement between Scranton's Department of Public Works and a homeowner now has neighbors in south Scranton worried about their safety.
Members of First National Community Bank's Retail Banking Unit display a portion of the food items collected during FNCB's Christmas in July food drive for donation to local food pantries.
Visitors wait in line for their opportunity to climb stairs and view the locomotive cab of Union Pacific "Big Boy" #4012 Steamtown National Historic Site, downtown Scranton, is the place to create family memories on Saturday and Sunday, August 30 and 31 of Labor Day weekend, as the National Park Service joins with partners to host Railfest 2014.
Barry Kuhle, Ph.D. , of South Abington Township, an assistant professor of psychology at The University of Scranton, received a grant to research "On the Origin of an Evolution Revolution: The Birth and Rise of an Evolutionary Approach to Human Behavior and Cognition."
From left, Kayla Mead, Julianna Cheek and Sultanah Wyman pose during a rehearsal for a REV Theatre Company production of "Handsome and Pedal."
Anyone interested in participating in the third annual Capt. James R. Minicozzi Memorial 5K Run/Walk or in donating to the cause, can visit any of these three websites: lafestaitaliana.org, unicoscranton.org or neparunner.com.
Scranton won seven games last season and with seven starters back on offense and eight more on defense, they should surpass their total from last season.
The Kiwanis Club of Scranton presents scholarship awards during a luncheon at Cooper's Seafood Restaurant.
Pharmacists told Newswatch 16 they are pushing the flu shot earlier this year. And the evidence is outside nearly every big box pharmacy.
People in Scranton's North End neighborhood are breathing a sigh of relief since Police filed more charges against a suspected burglar.
A North Scranton man who sexually assaulted a 6-year-old girl will spend at least a decade in state prison.
A city man arrested last week after a rash of North Scranton burglaries was charged this morning for seven additional break-ins.
One of four young men charged with throwing a rock onto a darkened central Pennsylvania interstate says they intended to do some damage but didn't anticipate their actions would cause severe injuries to an Ohio teacher.
In May 2013, Kristopher Adkins said he would go to jail for Ryan Harding - his best friend and, at the time, murder fugitive.
Despite all the planning, double checking and potential hazards associated with airborne operations, jumping out of a C-130 aircraft never loses its charm for paratroopers with 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade.
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:36 am
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