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4 hrs ago | The Times Leader
The Greater Wilkes-Barre Friendly Sons of St. Patrick's 69th annual St. Patrick's Day dinner will be held Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Genetti Hotel and Conference Center, Wilkes-Barre.
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7 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice
The United States Attorney's Office and the Luzerne County District Attorney's Office are conducting a joint investigation, said First Assistant District Attorney Sam Sanguedolce.
Of the thousands of taverns across the state eligible to apply for the newly created gaming licenses, only a few have applied and just one received approval to hold the games.
Veteran newsman Joseph T. Butkiewicz has been hired to become the interim managing editor at The Times-Tribune in Scranton, Larry Holeva, executive editor of the newspaper, announced to the staff this afternoon.
Hit-and-run suspect Thomas Letteer Jr. pleaded guilty Monday afternoon to charges related a December 2012 crash that killed a 5-year-old boy in Wilkes-Barre.
A water main break happened for the second time this month in downtown Wilkes-Barre, temporarily closing an area high school and other businesses.
While speaking with the driver, Adam K. Hobson Jr., of Madison Street, police could smell a strong odor of marijuana.
Bingo is gone from St. Nicholas Church in Wilkes-Barre, its reputed fund-raising birthplace and home for about 80 years.
When Rachel Pettit needed to return to work three months after her daughter was born, she was grateful to find child care to accommodate her work schedule without a high price.
Vera Radice, 55, of Scranton, has been out of work for seven months after losing her customer service job.
After Joanne Dennis spent a year overseas serving in the U.S. military, she came home to find out she may only have a year to live.
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.
Artist Thomas Sorresso at work in preparation for an exhibit of his work at King's College.
Photos courtesy of Eric Ryback The Bracket Clock, below, was installed at the Deposit and Savings Bank in Kingston in 1911.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Michael and Linda Horvath of Swoyersville. She is the granddaughter of Rita Horvath, Edwardsville; the late Joseph Horvath; Carl Domanosky, Larksville and the late Dorothy Domanosky.
During the past few weeks, I've been particularly bemused as the local skeptics have responded to announcements of two new downtown residential projects with doom and gloom and pronouncements that "no one would ever want to live in downtown Wilkes-Barre."