Grocery store hoards may be in search of more than bread, milk, and toilet paper this week.
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.
A few weeks ago, we shared a story about the backlash Kraft Foods received from outraged U.K. fans after they decided to change the type of chocolate used in the Cadbury Creme...
KINGSTON — The U.S. Post Office in Kingston will soon be sharing space with the building's new owner, Peoples Security Bank & Trust.
New Jersey consumers are taking Wegmans and Whole Foods to court because they are fed up with claims that the grocers' “made-in-house” bread is actually made from scratch on-site.
OK, all you football fans, time to choose your team.The New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks.In my house, it's the Pats — my husband is from New England, after all.
DALLAS — The hot button topic this tax season will be how the Affordable Care Act will impact taxpayers, Thomas Heaney, owner of Liberty Tax Service in Dallas, said.
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — Local business man and outdoor television personality Alan Probst is taking his brand, “Wild Pennsylvania,” one step further by opening a jerky and cheese store in Wilkes-Barre Township.
WILKES-BARRE — After being closed for nearly five years, the new owners of Hottle's Restaurant on South Main Street in Wilkes-Barre will hold a soft opening this weekend.
WILKES-BARRE — A western-style steakhouse will be coming to Wilkes-Barre in March 2016.
WILKES-BARRE — Scott and Gary Druby's restaurant, Abe's Lunch on South Main Street, has something the new trendy restaurants of Wilkes-Barre Township do not — a reputation build on old-fashion hospitality.
WILKES-BARRE — Maers BBQ on South Main in Downtown Wilkes-Barre will dished up its final barbecue on Tuesday. The news broke on the farewell of the three-year-old...
An executive with deep experience running newspapers across Pennsylvania has been tapped to lead Civitas Media, parent of the Times Leader Media Group.
WILKES-BARRE — Two more national brand eateries announced on Monday that they are closing their doors.
WILKES-BARRE — Insurance policies are designed to be updated regularly to protect one's positions, but too often people do not re-evaluate policies as often as they should, said area insurance agents.
Super Bowl XLIX is only a two weeks away, so it's time to start thinking and planning for your party. I found some great bargains in this week's Times Leader to help...
EDWARDSVILLE — The Sweet Lush Cupcake Camper sold out of 300 cupcakes in an hour Friday outside of Wyoming Valley Beverage on Wyoming Avenue in Edwardsville.
DUNMORE — The Sweet Lush Cupcake Camper, the region's first dessert truck is on the road coming to an area near you this weekend.Delivering sweets to satisfy any sweet tooth, the Dunmore-based...
PLAINS TWP. — A floral supply company that has been in business for decades is changing ownership.
PLAINS TWP. — After serving up homemade delights for the past two decades, Parsons Family Restaurant has moved and has more room to offer dancing, catering for larger parties and an expanded menu.
On Saturday, Dec. 27, Kyle Casey of Ashley found himself frantically searching for tickets to the winner-take-all AFC North championship game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals.
PITTSBURGH — Finding millennials who are interested in manufacturing and have the aptitude for it are two challenges facing manufacturers trying to replace retiring baby boomers. But there's another: teaching millennials once they find...
PLAINS TWP. — President Barack Obama's recent decision to soften sanctions against Cuba is creating renewed interest in the Wyoming Valley in Cuban cigars, according to area cigar shop owners.
Happy New Year to everyone.As you sit recovering from the holiday celebrations or mulling over your resolutions, today's Times Leader has some deals to share.
It's your money, and nobody has the right to take it from you unfairly. So you plead with the store manager, who offers a patronizing smile, apologizes and says, unfortunately, there is nothing anyone can do.