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Eric Sklanka , son of Don and Grace Sklanka , Pittston Township has been selected to join 250 leaders representing many highs chools from throughout central and northeast Pennsylvania at the Central Pennsylvania Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership seminar from May 16 to 19 at Shippensburg University. Comment?
The Fifth Annual Joseph F. Coyne Memorial Softball Tournament is today, Sunday, May 19 at the Exeter Little League Fields beginning at 8 a.m. It's a benefit for 13 year old WA Student Eric Speicher.There will be activities for Children between 1-4 p.m; appearances by local mascots, face painting and balloon artist and clown, Pat Ward' Pittston Area ... (more) Comment?
Ronnie D'Eliseo shined from the moment the District 2 Class AAA Track and Field Championships began in the afternoon sun Tuesday as he led qualifying in the 110-meter high hurdles, the first boys event. Comment?
Joe Holden, a reporter with WBRE-TV's Channel 28 Eyewitness News and a member of the station's investigative "I-Team," is leaving the station in June to take a reporting job in Pittsburgh. Comment?
Senior Judge Hugh Mundy sentenced Henry Sernak, 48, of South Church Street, to one year house arrest with electronic monitoring on a charge of driving under the influence. Comment?
In a town yet to fully return to its feet after back-to-back storms devastated homes and businesses in 2011, one community group is determined to make sure everyone is better prepared if another disaster strikes. Comment?
An overnight rainfall made pulling weeds a little easier for the 10 AmeriCorps volunteers who gathered at Morris Park on Saturday morning. Comment?
Duryea Little League's monthly meeting is today, Sunday, May 12 at 7 p.m. at the Duryea Little League field. Comment?
In May of 2001 Brian Cashmere won two gold medals and one silver medal at the District 2 Track and Field Championships. Comment?
The Second Annual Susquehanna Stride 5K and Half Marathon, hosted by the Greater Pittston YMCA, will take place at 8 a.m. on Sunday, May 26 with runners from Northeastern Pennsylvania and other states making their way through the heart of Pittston and surrounding towns. Comment?
Luzerne County Election Director Marisa Crispell-Barber said her difficulty finding a handicap-accessible polling place in Wilkes-Barre's 2nd and 3rd wards is a prime argument for further voter precinct consolidation. Comment?
Charles Christopher Darr, 25, of Richmond, Ind., may have been under the influence of several controlled substances, police said, when he approached a woman at the gasoline island at about 7:30 a.m. Darr asked the woman for her cell phone. Comment?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday began a five-day training exercise at the Butler Mine Tunnel site on the Susquehanna River - just in case. Comment?
Five states now have no statewide sales tax: Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire and Oregon. Comment?
The Jewish Community Center in Wilkes-Barre held a Dance-Athon at its day camp near Harveys Lake on Sunday afternoon to raise money for the group's summer day camp scholarship fund. Comment?
The 5th Annual Brian Cashmere Memorial Golf Tournament is June 1 at Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club. Comment?
The Fifth Annual 1st Lt. Jeffrey DePrimo Memorial Golf Tournament is Saturday, June 8 at Wilkes-Barre Municipal Golf Club. Comment?
The Pittston Area girls lacrosse team lost to Coughlin 17-5 on Thursday in Hughestown. Comment?
Wyoming Seminary senior Lauren Golden of Dupont is among the students who will perform in the Wyoming Seminary Dance Company's presentation of works from the great Russian ballets to famous numbers from Bob Fosse musicals during their annual spring performance, titled "From Russia To Broadway." Two performances will be given on Friday, May 10 and ... (more) Comment?
Members and friends of Lt. Jeffrey DePrimo American Legion Post 542 in West Pittston recently installed a new flag and rope at St. Comment?