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HANOVER TWP. — Firefighters from several area departments battled flames early Saturday at a former grocery store on the corner of Ridge and Old Newport streets.

Flames damage Hanover Township property

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Police: Alleged robber showed a knife during Trucksville holdup

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Pa. to monitor travelers from West Africa for Ebola virus

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Dallas Township scores DCNR park grant

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In a public email gaffe, a Republican candidate for a state office on Friday used the term “sob” to refer to his political opponent, the incumbent state senator.

GOP candidate Joseph Albert refers to Sen. John Blake as 'sob' in email

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DURYEA — A driver said a stray cat was to blame for her crashing into a utility pole, causing the pole to split in two and onto the car along with live electrical wires, according to police.

Stray cat blamed for crash in Duryea

October 24th |  

Walking toward a group of friends Friday night, Brother Jim Miller exited the F.M. Kirby Center and pulled a strange object from his pocket.

Czech act 'Slapstick Sonata' opens USA tour in Wilkes-Barre

October 24th |  

SWEET VALLEY — At 12 years old, Kylie Anne Nevel overcame a battle with juvenile idiopathic scoliosis.Now, she's looking to give back after her community helped her when she was in need.

Sweet Valley girl beats scoliosis, looks to give back through blood drive on Sunday

October 24th |  

Shauntae Thomas pleaded guilty twice this week to the same murder.

Luzerne County homicide plea repeated because of lawyer's suspension

October 24th |  

Police Blotter

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WILKES-BARRE TWP. — With a smile on her face and a roast beef sandwich and fries on her tray, Kathleen Marga was happy Friday to see the Arby's in the Food Court of the Wyoming Valley Mall open again.

Arby's in the Wyoming Valley Mall and Kingston re-open this week

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Police: Shooter dead after high school attack in Washington

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WILKES-BARRE — Convicted murderer Kenneth Malik Evans III says he'll be back.

Kenneth Evans sentenced to life in prison for first-degree homicide at Sherman Hills, Wilkes-Barre

October 24th |  

PLAINS TWP. — David Saba was asked to tell his “grandparenting story,” and the 65-year-old attorney did that in great detail in an emotional address, bringing many in the audience to tears.

Luzerne County lawyer tells about challenges of raising grandson at annual Grandparents Raising Grandchildren forum

October 24th |  

Edwardsville council terminates part-time police officer

October 24th |  

On Sunday, four new young women were crowned by the Miss America organization at the Fifth Annual NEPA Scholarship Pageant at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs.

Fifth Annual NEPA Scholarship Pageant

October 24th |  

WILKES-BARRE — About 15 people with disabilities Thursday who took selfies with state Sen. Lisa Baker took the opportunity to give her a message: They want to work.

NEPA residents with disabilities take selfies with Sen. Lisa Baker to promote need for jobs, counseling

October 24th |  

Saturday morning series, sequel and alien tale for kids are among this week's new DVD releases.

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Bill O'Brien said after last year's 63-14 bloodletting in Columbus that the Lions would “remember some things” from the experience.

NITTANY NOTES: Penn State-Ohio State game guide

October 24th |  

Knowing the next folksy, New England-style contra dance is for Nov. 1 at the Church of Christ Uniting in Kingston, we attended last month's dance and asked:

Five Folks enjoying contra dancing

October 24th |  




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