HAZLETON — A 3-month old girl was injured during a fight among adults on North Bennett Court Sunday night.
WILKES-BARRE — A city man was arraigned Monday on charges he assaulted his pregnant girlfriend.
WILKES-BARRE — City police said Timothy Burns wore a long-haired wig when he twice robbed the Turkey Hill store on North Pennsylvania Avenue, two of at least five robberies he allegedly committed on June 15, according to charges filed...
SCRANTON — Sen. Bob Casey announced today that he has sent a latter to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to eliminate fees associated with seating parents next to their children.
CLARKS SUMMIT — A single lane-closure on Interstate 81 south in Lackawanna County will continue throughout much of the morning due to a crash that officials say damaged the roadway.
PLAINFIELD, Pa. (AP) — Police say a New York City man driving a stolen car took the wrong road and ended up lost and without gas in Pennsylvania.
The following are last week's Luzerne County restaurant inspection reports from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.
Don't put that rain gear away just yet — more rain is likely to soaken the Wyoming Valley this week.
Commuters could encounter some delays on the way into work this morning.
There's no standard playbook for property owners facing the threat of an interstate natural gas pipeline coming through their land.
An easement grants another party, often a utility, the right to access a defined area of private property. For interstate natural gas pipelines, a typical permanent easement is 50 feet wide and a temporary construction easement is 100 feet.
NANTICOKE — Dawn Mendygral is working with the city of Nanticoke to make its streets a better place for both cats and humans.
PLAINS TWP. — Seeing that she no longer needed her rain gear, Betty Jo Mantosh stashed it in the trunk of her motorcycle.
MALONE, N.Y. — The second of two convicted murderers who staged a brazen escape from an upstate maximum-security prison three weeks ago was shot and captured Sunday, two days after his fellow inmate was killed in a confrontation with...
WILKES-BARRE — Police Sunday said surveillance videos led to the filing of two additional robbery charges against Timothy Burns, bringing the total to five against him.
WILKES-BARRE — A Nanticoke woman Saturday reported her 1989 Ford F-150 pickup truck was stolen from a parking lot on North River Street. The blue truck has Pennsylvania license plate ZCZ-9905.
FOSTER TWP. — State police at Hazleton reported two people were killed Saturday night in a one-car crash on North Lehigh Gorge Drive.
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PLAINS TWP. — Taking a break between sets on the new weight training machines during the grand opening of A.C. Fitness Saturday, longtime member “Rick,” who declined to give his last name, said the newly renovated gym runs like a...
WILKES-BARRE — Despite the winds and rain, over 300 alumni and supporters of E.L. Meyers High School flooded Carey Avenue in a sea of azure blue and gold on Saturday.
NANTICOKE — Despite torrential rain, the 112th Six County Firemen's Association Convention concluded Saturday with a parade, which made its way through the city to the delight of onlookers.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania House of Representatives approved an approximately $30 billion Republican-crafted budget bill on Saturday as the Wolf administration and top GOP lawmakers positioned themselves for a government shutdown and the...
The stories seeping out of the Plymouth Public Library could fill a book.The overall theme is frustration. The genre, mystery.
FOSTER TWP. — It wasn't too much of a stretch for Megan Culkin to step back in time and portray the hired help for a coal mine owner.
As developers gear up to build two large natural gas pipelines through Luzerne County, landowners along the proposed routes say their concerns are not being addressed, and they fear irreparable damage will be done to their properties against their...
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