If the little toy donkey in the painting, the one with the friendly face and the red saddle, catches your eye, you may want to know it was part of artist Bruce Lanning's childhood, acquired when it came “floating down the creek in my...
PITTSTON — The communities surrounding the Pittston area share a very “rich and diverse history,” according to members of the Greater Pittston Cultural Coalition.
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — Three Winchester lever-action rifles at the end of a rack of guns caught the eye of Tom Olaviany.The Harding man checked the attached tags listing the make, model, price and...
CANADENSIS — The suspect in the deadly ambush at a state police barracks in a remote part of northeastern Pennsylvania remained at large for an eighth day Saturday as police appeared to have narrowed their search, largely shutting down the area...
WILKES-BARRE — If your gas-pumping goal is to fill the tank as fast as possible and be on your way, you might want to consider slowing things down to avoid being overcharged.
Reaper's Revenge bills itself as “America's best haunted attraction.” You can spend over $70 per person just to get in ($35 ticket with a $2.50 service fee if you purchase it online, $25 for a VIP pass to skip the lines, $3 for...
Circle of Screams suffers from a haunted hayride whose storyline goes on and on and on. And that's too bad, because the boring storyline does a disservice to Circle of Screams' incredible actors and equally incredible props. It also has a...
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — Post-recession growth is evident in Wilkes-Barre Township's commercial hub and surrounding areas as new commercial construction projects are on the rise.
Dracula's Forest hangs its hat on one attraction: its haunted hayride. While other haunted attractions rival full-on amusement parks in terms of their polish, Dracula's Forest has a more homemade feel that works really well.
KINGSTON TWP. — Billy Stoss was working hard at The Lands at Hillside Farms recently, and enjoying every minute.
WILKES-BARRE — City police are asking for help in locating a missing 13-year-old boy.
WILKES-BARRE — University of Notre Dame President Rev. John Jenkins told a large gathering at King's College Friday that students should choose a Catholic institution because it teaches values and its graduates possess a moral...
Wilkes University and King's College will each receive $3 million in state funding, Gov. Tom Corbett announced this morning during a media event at King's College on the Square, the former Radisson Hotel renovated by the...
Law enforcement intensified their search for homicide suspect Eric Frein late Thursday night near his Monroe County house in Barrett Township.
WILKES-BARRE — Patrons of the Anthracite Cafe will be able to be seated in the Coal Bin starting today.
Law enforcement apparently had state trooper shooting suspect Eric Matthew Frein trapped inside a house in Monroe County not far from his parents' home Friday night.
NANTICOKE — Since the days of the Great Depression, quoits has been the name of the game for one Nanticoke club.
Back in Hanover High School, the late Charles Sorber above all wanted to play football and study engineering in college. He fulfilled only one of those dreams, but ended up being most remember for neither.
WILKES-BARRE —A Luzerne County jury this afternoon acquitted Patrick Ramirez of homicide by DUI, but found him guilty of the lesser charge of DUI.
As far as Dr. Ibrahim Almeky knows, the Islamic Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania can move forward with plans to construct a Muslim cemetery on Larksville Mountain.
WILKES-BARRE — An autopsy on the body of Tyzheke Seward showed he died from multiple gunshot wounds, the city's second or possibly the third intentional homicide this year.
WILKES-BARRE — The latest member of Mayor Tom Leighton's senior staff left Friday when city administrator Marie McCormick retired after 28 years.
WILKES-BARRE — A new report by the Pennsylvania Auditor General reviewing Wilkes-Barre's spending of state money from fuel taxes notes the office is “concerned in light of the city's failure to correct a previously reported...
NANTICOKE — The search for a young woman who disappeared nearly 11 years ago is getting statewide attention.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale on Thursday fired up performance audit of the state's Department of Labor and Industry to find if the agency effectively handled health care workers' claims they were required to work...
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