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Rescue workers will head back to Everglades National Park Thursday to try to save some of the dozens of pilot whales that have been stranded in shallow waters.
Children and local artists will be collaborating to raise awareness and funds for the pediatric cancer group, Lizzie's Circle from 6-10 p.m. at the Sherman Theater's Living Room on Main Street in Stroudsburg Thursday.
A 46-year-old Pen Argyl man is guilty in the assault of his 8-year-old daughter in January, a Northampton County jury found late this afternoon.
Wednesday marks the 6th anniversary of an unsolved murder in the Poconos and the victim's family is still seeking justice.
The Animal Welfare Society of Monroe County is offering a $500 reward for information about two dogs, one emaciated and one dead, found in garbage bags.
A story in the Pocono Record last week incorrectly said part of Pocono Township will be in the new 115th state House District moving to Monroe County for the 2014 elections.
Having served time in the 2005 sexual assault of a child who was under age 13 at the time, a Bushkill man has now been charged in a 2003 sexual offense case involving another child under age 13 at the time.
The past several days have been all about spending, from Black Friday to Cyber Monday.
A man prosecutors say was falsely accused of beating an 8-year-old Pen Argyl girl testified this afternoon the child's father is the true culprit.
Wednesday marks the sixth anniversary of the murder of Lee VanLuvender, 22, of Bartonsville, who was shot multiple times while hunting in Tunkhannock Township woods.
Kent Werkheiser will have to wait a little longer before learning if he will become Pocono Township's permanent police chief.
Pocono Mountain Regional Police found 60 bags of heroin, plus a five-year-old boy in the back seat.
Stevens, 21, will be sworn onto the East Stroudsburg School Board at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Administration Center at the South High School.
The Christmas tree shopping season has begun, and fire companies are asking residents to support their volunteers by purchasing a fresh-cut tree.