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January 27th |  

Developer outlines plans for Valley Crest site

January 27th |  

EXETER — The Wyoming Area School Board approved Ron Musto as the varsity boys baseball coach at its monthly meeting Tuesday by a vote of 6-3.

Ron Musto hired as Wyoming Area head baseball coach

January 27th |  

LCTA public official liability insurance spikes because of lawsuits

January 27th |  

Tom Pugh remembers John D. “Jack” McCarthy not only for the tires he purchased from him, but for his commitment to community service.

Jack McCarthy, CEO of McCarthy Tire and Auto Services, remembered for community service

January 27th |  

NANTICOKE — Luzerne County Community College will hold a Health Services Job Fair on Monday, hoping to put their students on paths to successful health care careers.

Luzerne County Community College to host health care job fair

January 27th |  

WILKES-BARRE — Paul Weakley says he and Hugo Selenski had a plan to kill Michael Kerkowski.Tammy Fassett's presence threw them a “curveball.”They had to adapt.

Paul Weakley: Hugo Selenski and I planned to kill Michael Kerkowski, but Tammy Fassett was a 'curveball'

January 27th |  

WILKES-BARRE — James Burden of Taft Street announced his candidacy as Democrat for the District C seat on city council.

Candidate announces for Wilkes-Barre's District C council seat

January 27th |  

FORTY FORT —Rosie the tarantula tickled across their hands, Sonic the blue-tongued skink licked a cheek and Lucy the ball python posed as necktie.

Marsupials at Wyoming Seminary school in Forty Fort? Wallaby darned!

January 27th |  

WILKES-BARRE — Boston criminal attorney Tony Cardinale, a native of Wilkes-Barre and alumnus of Wilkes College, testified today how he prepares for trial and how he would have handled the defense of Robert Cordaro.

Testimony continues in Cordaro case

January 27th |  

Eric Frein deserves to die because he killed an on-duty law enforcement officer and committed other felonies in the process, Pike County District Attorney Raymond J. Tonkin argued in paperwork filed Tuesday.

Prosecutor files for death penalty in Eric Frein case

January 27th |  

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Game Commission board bent, but they didn't waver on their intention to create a minimum age for those who want to hunt deer and turkey.

Pennsylvania Game Commission approves requiring hunters to be at least 7 to receive deer, turkey harvest tags

January 27th |  

A proposed pipeline underneath the Susquehanna River to bring natural gas from the Marcellus Shale to market has an environmental group familiar with the area's coal mines concerned about the route.

Ashley-based anthracite mine group raises concerns about proposed pipeline crossing Susquehanna River

January 27th |  

WILKES-BARRE — Holly Crawford's jury conviction in 2010 for piercing the tails and necks of kittens and selling the domestic animals as “Gothic Kittens” should be kept from her upcoming double homicide trial, her attorneys...

Lawyers: Holly Crawford's kitten piercings should be kept out of double homicide trial

January 27th |  

KINGSTON — Police are investigating an armed attempted robbery at Steve Hydock Diamonds on Wyoming Avenue just after 11:30 a.m. today.

Kingston police investigating attempted robbery of jewelry store

January 27th |  

Grocery store hoards may be in search of more than bread, milk, and toilet paper this week.

A-Treat Bottling Company runs dry after nearly 100 years

January 27th |  

HAZLETON – Fire and ambulance organizations in the 116th Legislative District have been awarded more than $250,000 in funding through the 2014-15 Pennsylvania Fire Company and Ambulance Service Grant Program, Rep. Tarah Toohil (R-Luzerne)...

Rep. Toohil announces state funding for local fire, ambulance companies

January 27th |  

Police searching for vehicle stolen while idling in front of residence

January 27th |  

PennDOT has lifted the speed limit restrictions that were in place on several roadways in the region.

Updated: PennDOT restores speed limits of interstates in the region

January 27th |  

Welcome back, seniors.

The new exercise craze is working out your brain. Here's how.

January 27th |  








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