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There is some dispiriting symmetry in a condition that the state Department of Environmental Protection has placed on the proposed massive expansion of the massive Keystone Landfill.
5 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
Dawud Stevenson denied all knowledge of narcotics when detectives knocked on his door Thursday night.
The Wilkes-Barre couple whose adopted son abused a 7-year-old Scranton boy placed in their care by Lackawanna County's child protection agency lost their right to host foster children.
A northeastern Pennsylvania couple whose adult adopted son was convicted of abusing a 7-year-old Scranton boy placed in their care has appealed a state agency's decision to bar them from hosting foster children.
Four years ago Wednesday, an oncoming car suddenly turned in front of John A. Cancelleri's 2005 Mercury Sable as he drove south on Route 307 in Spring Brook Twp.
A dump truck accident in Lackawanna County cut power to many homes and businesses in Taylor on Friday.
The region's natural gas boom kept Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport afloat while the economic downturn dramatically slowed traffic at similar-sized airports, but some airport officials fear becoming too dependent on the industry.
The commissioners Wednesday introduced an ordinance to issue a $2.6 million general obligation note and use the proceeds to refund a 2004 bond series.
A friend who planned to sell T-shirts to benefit convicted killer Jason Dominick officially agreed today not to do it any more.
A city man arrested last week after a rash of North Scranton burglaries was charged this morning for seven additional break-ins.
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Lackawanna County prosecutors on Monday argued that the age and utter vulnerability of a 96-year-old woman who was filmed being beaten by her daughter more than a year ago is grounds for a strict punishment at sentencing.
Two Scranton City Council members said they had no idea Councilman Pat Rogan was working on a deal for a cellphone tower on his land when the consultant at the heart of the deal addressed them in May. They're upset with their colleague and have asked council solicitor Amil Minora to review what happened.
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Lackawanna County Children and Youth Services knowingly placed a 7-year-old Scranton boy in foster care with a Wilkes-Barre couple whose adopted son had a history of sexual abuse, the boy and his mother charge in a federal lawsuit filed Monday.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 09:33 am
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