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A city man told his girlfriend Sunday night he would stick a gun in her mouth and pull the trigger if she decided to pursue a protection-from-abuse order against him, police said.
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Despite concerns this flu season would reach the pandemic levels hit when the swine flu surfaced in 2009, Pennsylvania is on pace to fall well short of any records, experts said.
Until the ground temperature rises to at least 45 degrees, permanent repairs cannot be made, and potholes can only be temporarily filled with cold patch.
There is a traffic warning to those traveling on the PA Turnpike in Lackawanna County for the next few weeks.
Members of the Catholic church in Lackawanna County said the new Pope is bringing a new light to the religion.
A $6,300 scholarship named for city native and football standout Mike Munchak is available for graduating high school seniors in Lackawanna and Wayne counties.
Participants and dignitaries at the St. David's Society/Carbondale Historical Society St. David's Day celebration at Genetti's in Dickson City.
The event is for students in grades seven through 12 and will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. John and Marty Lawler, this year's honorary grand marshals, will host a meet and greet at the Manhattan Manor on Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. The suggested $10 donation at the door will benefit the St. Patrick's Parade Committee of Lackawanna County.
Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer Shoppers walk around at the Mall at Steamtown on Saturday, a day after foreclosure proceedings began for the beleagured shopping center.
The following is a list of main replacement projects slated for Luzerne County this year by Pennsylvania American Water Co.
There were dozens of baseball fans waiting in line for their season tickets at PNC Field in Lackawanna County Saturday morning.
A complaint filed Friday in Lackawanna County Court says the owner of the Mall at Steamtown has defaulted on its mortgage.
According to fire police, a car went over the embankment around 6:30 a.m Saturday morning, but the call came in just before 8:00 a.m. when a passerby called and noticed a vehicle down an embankment.
Scranton Mayor Bill CourtA right is learning quickly you can't always control the way things go as the top dog.
A former Lackawanna County employee who claims he was fired by the majority commissioners for political reasons was actually a strong supporter of the men and has no legal basis to continue with the suit, attorneys for the county say in court papers filed Friday.