Wilkes-Barre Info

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania is located in Luzerne County. Zip codes in Wilkes-Barre, PA include 18766, 18706, and 18769. The median home price in Wilkes-Barre is $65,000 which is roughly $41/per square foot. More Wilkes-Barre information.

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Local news for Wilkes-Barre, PA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

1 hr ago | The Times Leader

Police: Mom throws daughter's things out window, both cited with harassment

A mother and daughter face harassment charges after the mother allegedly threw some of her daughter's belongings out a window and the two began fighting.

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5 hrs ago | WNEP-TV Moosic

Landmark VA Water Tower To Be Replaced

With hundreds of veterans using thousands of gallons of water every day, officials at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center near Wilkes-Barre said a new water tower is needed to replace the original one built in 1952.

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7 hrs ago | WNEP-TV Moosic

Residents Urge Drivers to Slow Down

While the speed limit is going up on several highways in our area, residents of one neighborhood in Wilkes-Barre are pleading with drivers to slow down.

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11 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

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Gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf visited Mountain Productions during a campaign stop in the city Thursday, touting the company's business approach and his plan to create manufacturing jobs.

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15 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

Housing development planned in Wilkes-Barre

In a few months, the vacant building on Dana Street that formerly housed First Hospital will be gone.

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19 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

Holy Redeemer students receive awards at Fine Arts Fiesta

Holy Redeemer High School students Victoria Fulton and Caroline Banas received awards during the Fine Arts Fiesta in Wilkes-Barre.

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19 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

University of Scranton recognizes top local graduates

First row, from left, are Patricia Harrington, Ed.D., intern provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, and Nicole Thomas, who received the Excellence in Early and Primary Education Award at The University of Scranton's 2014 Commencement Exercise.

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20 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

Five arrested in authorities' buy-bust operation

The Wilkes-Barre police Anti-Crime Unit along with state police at Wyoming arrested five in a buy-bust operation Wednesday, police said.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

The Citizens' Voice

The List: July 24-Aug. 3

PABLO PICASSO: 25 YEARS OF LIMITED EDITION CERAMICS FROM THE ROSENBAUM COLLECTION, 10 a.m., today through Sept.

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The Times-Tribune

Study: Scranton, Wilkes-Barre No. 1 in unhappiness

A new study suggests the decline of rust belt cities such as Scranton and Wilkes-Barre didn't make their residents unhappy, but that residents' unhappiness helped along their community's decline.

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The Times-Tribune

Police: Man sexually assaulted woman in Wilkes-Barre library

In the back of a crowded public library Thursday, a woman was placing books onto the shelf when a man sexually assaulted her, according to Wilkes-Barre police.

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The Times-Tribune

BusinessWeekly's People on the Move

Agency owners Sharon Grivner , of the Sharon A. Grivner Agency, Paul Hirschler , of the Paul R. Hirschler Agency, Len Podrasky , of the Leonard J. Podrasky Agency and Wallace Stolarcyk , of the Wallace Stolarcyk Agency, earned designations as Allstate Premier Agencies for 2014.

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The Citizens' Voice

Bill Maher to get real in Wilkes-Barre

While Bill Maher performs throughout the country, he doesn't discriminate by population - he'll perform in small towns or big cities.

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The Times Leader

Catalytic converters taken from 2 vehicles in Wilkes-Barre

A woman reported just after 4 p.m. that someone removed the catalytic converter from her car while it was parked near 673 N. Franklin St. And an East Chestnut Street man reported at about 9:30 a.m. that someone removed the catalytic converter from his 2003 Toyota Tacoma pickup while it was parked in front of his home overnight.

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The Citizens' Voice

Scranton area ranks high in healthcare workers without bachelor's

Health care workers who have an associate degree or less represent 6 percent of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area's workforce, the fourth highest rate nationwide and a sign of the region's aging population and growing demand for health care services.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Times Leader

Report: No bachelor's degree needed for most health care jobs

A study released Wednesday found the majority of local health care jobs are filled by people with an associate's degree or less in education, and the demand for such pre-baccalaureate workers has been booming.

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The Times Leader

Attorney for city wants paramedic's federal suit against Wilkes-Barre dismissed

An attorney for the city asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit by an employee who said he was retaliated against for filing an earlier suit alleging insider trading in the sale of the former Old River Road Bakery and other properties.

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The Times Leader

Study calls region unhappy; psychologist questions it

According to the analysis, co-authored by Joshua Gottlieb of the University of British Columbia's Vancouver School of Economics, the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton region is the least happiest place in the United States.

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Weekender

Coyle makes 'Waves' with new solo CD

Nick Coyle "Sound Makes Waves" CD release party, w/ MastrGlass and Ian Wiseman: July 26, 9 p.m., Bart and Urby's .

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The Citizens' Voice

Cops: Plains Township mother stabbed son

A mother stabbed her son early Wednesday morning in their Plains Township residence, according to police.

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