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WILKES-BARRE – The City of Wilkes-Barre has announced that street cleaning will begin on Monday.

City of Wilkes-Barre to begin street cleaning on Monday

April 17th |  

HAZLETON — Mayor Joseph Yannuzzi on Friday announced that the city will host a “free” Electronic Recycling Day next month for residents and businesses of the city and 10 other nearby municipalities.

Hazleton to host electronics recycling event for 11 municipalities

April 17th |  

WILKES-BARRE — Anthony Locke's attorney was right.

SCI Dallas inmate acquitted of riot, found guilty of lesser charge

April 17th |  

WILKES-BARRE — A Harvard business professor paid a visit to Wilkes University Thursday evening, speaking to faculty, students and local business owners about strategy and leadership.

Harvard professor talks business at Wilkes

April 17th |  

WILKES-BARRE — A city woman has been arrested after a shooting this morning at a Monroe Street residence. City police say Pia Daniels, 35, of 40 Monroe St., has...

Wilkes-Barre woman arrested in Friday morning shooting; court papers identify victim

April 17th |  

SCRANTON — A suspected child rapist has been arrested in Nanticoke and will be extradited to Alabama to face the charges, U.S. Marshal Martin Pane announced Friday.

Alabama child-rape suspect captured in Nanticoke

April 17th |  

DALLAS — For 12 years I worked in health care. I have seen patients who have suffered strokes, or have dementia or Alzheimer's. I have seen the lost looks in their eyes.

In Focus: Film at Misericordia makes strong connection between music and life

April 17th |  

Former Luzerne County controller Walter Griffith's official challenge of a county debt restructuring contains “numerous falsehoods, inaccurate allegations and untruths,” county Chief Solicitor C. David Pedri wrote in a response...

Luzerne County solicitor disputes costly challenge to debt restructuring

April 17th |  

Hanover Area School Board hears complaint about food at high school

April 17th |  

As your consumer watchdog, my definition of success is when an unhappy consumer and a reputable business can settle their differences and see eye to eye.

Consumer Watchdog: Broken eyeglasses have customer seeing red

April 17th |  

Plans for cell tower in Dallas move forward

April 17th |  

HARRISBURG — Golden Technologies of Old Forge was nominated for the Governor's ImPAct Award.

Golden Technologies nominated for Governor's ImPAct Award

April 17th |  

DALLAS — Volunteers at Blue Chip Animal Refuge received some new residents — kittens that were under a week old.

Local shelter caring for kittens found in impounded vehicle

April 17th |  

PLYMOUTH — Police confiscated more than 600 heroin packets and a handgun during the arrest of three people Thursday night.

Hundreds of heroin packets, gun seized from Plymouth residence

April 17th |  

Pennsylvania jobless rate rose slightly in March

April 17th |  

WILKES-BARRE — Job hunting is a full-time job, Christine Jensen, administrator of Pennsylvania CareerLink, said.About 2,700 local college graduates will take on that full-time job this May.

How can 2,700 college grads in Luzerne County make themselves employment-ready?

April 17th |  

HANOVER TWP. — A suspect wanted for the deadly shooting of his live-in girlfriend in February has been found dead, state police at Wyoming confirmed Friday.

Hanover Township homicide suspect found dead in Alabama

April 17th |  

Two recreational groups are seeking some of the state fee money Luzerne County government gets from natural gas drilling, and more requests are coming.

Requests coming in for Luzerne County recreation funding

April 17th |  

WILKES-BARRE — A slowdown by the state in adding to the list of wild trout streams could delay protections for them, especially with natural gas pipelines proposed for the region, representatives of Trout Unlimited said.

Trout Unlimited meets with Times Leader Opinion Board

April 17th |  

KEENESBURG, Colo. — A female bear that spent nearly two decades as a caged attraction at a Pennsylvania ice cream shop is adjusting to life at a wildlife sanctuary outside Denver.

Bear adjusting to freedom after years as ice cream shop draw

April 17th |  





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