BETHLEHEM — Relocating their office, but not their attention, the Strategic Early Warning Network has moved its Wilkes-Barre office, which serves Northeastern Pennsylvania, to Bethlehem.
EDWARDSVILLE — There is a doughnut war brewing at the West Side Mall.And longtime tenant and Curry Donuts owner Ted Tsioles is not happy about the situation.
FRANKFURT, Germany — Europe's economy needs help — fast. Yet the two powers that could take action, the European Central Bank and Germany, don't see eye to eye about what to do.
CUPERTINO, Calif. — Apple unveiled a thinner iPad Thursday with a faster processor and a better camera as it tries to drive excitement for tablets amid slowing demand. The company also released an update to its Mac operating system and...
HAZLE TWP. — Working to give students an edge in the competitive job market, Hazleton Area High School will team up with state Rep. Tarah Toohil to present, “Jobs For You.”
NEW YORK — Mark Skwarek is surrounded by infiltrating militants in New York's Central Park. He shoots one, then hearing a noise from behind, spins to take down another. All of a sudden, everything flashes red. He realizes he's been...
The cost effectiveness of bringing back manufacturing to the state will be discussed during a free seminar held by the Northeastern Pennsylvania Industrial Resource Center (NEPIRC) in November.
NEW YORK — McDonald's wants to explain why its burgers may not rot and that there are no worms in its beef.
LONDON — “This call may be monitored.”
KINGSTON — After 38 years of dishing up confections in Kingston, Gertrude Hawk Chocolates, located at 848 Wyoming Avenue, next to the Cross Valley Expressway, will be relocating.
DALLAS — Reported thefts from nonprofit organizations inspired one local professor and his students to compile an audit manual outlining a system of checks and balances.
Is your sweet tooth aching yet? Halloween is right around the corner and deals on Halloween candy are appearing on store shelves.
Truckers who own their vehicles loathe trips with an empty truck bed. But when Mishael Israel faced the money-sapping bind on a recent morning, he had a solution. An Uber-style solution.
Dust whips across the toasted soil where Tom Barcellos usually plants corn for his 800 dairy cows. This season, there was no water to plant the crop.
KINGSTON — As extensive remodeling of the former Thomas' Foodtown in Kingston continues, developer Vince Pugliese announced four businesses have signed leases to fill the 29,000 square foot structure.
WILKES-BARRE — EthosGen LLC will enter its new alternative energy waste-heat-to-power generator in the annual Ben Franklin Venture Idol competition on Nov. 20 in Bethlehem.
WILKES-BARRE — The Times Leader won first place in two of 10 categories — and got an honorable mention in two more — in the PNA Foundation Newspaper of the Year contest.
DAVIDSON, N.C. — Civitas Media, parent company of the Times Leader Media Group, has named Kamal Advani interim CEO and Lior Yahalomi as interim president.Advani replaces Michael Bush, who stepped down Thursday.
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — Moe's Southwest Grill and Hoopla! Frozen Yogurt are scheduled to open Nov. 7, in the Bear Creek Commons.
PITTSTON TWP. — Front-line employees have 80 percent of the ideas to improve business procedures benefiting the overall company, Alan G. Robinson, expert on creating idea-driving organizations, said at a workshop held in Benco...
KINGSTON TWP. — The board of supervisors presented a plaque to retired Police Chief James Balavage on Wednesday night, marking his 34 years of service to its police department.
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — The Mohegan Sun Arena's new general manager promises the arena will receive some kind of national recognition under his leadership, whether it's for ticket sales, its employees or the venue itself.
WILKES-BARRE — Citing lack of room and high overhead, Cottman Transmission and Total Auto Care, a Kingston business landmark, has moved to neighboring Wilkes-Barre.
LAS VEGAS — With the gambling industry anxious to attract younger players, some slot machine makers are looking to challenge the generation raised on video games.
EDWARDSVILLE — After successfully using solar energy at the Gateway Shopping Center, Joe Amato Properties is number crunching on the feasibility to install solar panels at the East End Centre, Wilkes-Barre Township.
Well, here we are, October already. The trees are in full color, one month away from the end of Daylight Savings Time — and one step closer to flu season.
PITTSTON — Many recession-stung consumers are rebuilding their credit history and becoming more savvy about financial decisions, Pittston-based Consumer Credit Counseling educator director Terry Stocki said.
The Marcellus Shale is one of the largest shale formations in the United States, containing an estimated 84 trillion cubic feet of natural gas underneath portions of Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, according to a 2011 U.S.
Joseph Boylan has been named Vice President of Economic Development for the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Business and Industry.
WILKES-BARRE — Northeastsnacks.com, a local online based business, is giving former residents an avenue to obtain their favorite hometown snacks.
SCRANTON — Wednesday, Geisinger Health System, one of the nations largest rural health care organizations, has acquired 25 sites of the PrimeMed Medical Group in Lackawanna County.
IN BRIEFHARRISBURGFine Wine & Good Spirits Stores celebrate Pennsylvania Wine Month.
LUZERNE COUNTY — The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry released preliminary month-end numbers showing Luzerne County's August unemployment rate grew a fifth of a percent from July, hitting 7.3 percent.
Expect big changes at Olive Garden.
KINGSTON — Looking to the past for forward fashion trends, Taylor Lutz has opened C. Audrey & Daughters Vintage Clothing and Consignment shop on Wyoming Avenue.
DALLAS TWP . — During a special meeting Thursday morning, Supervisor Chairman Frank E. Wagner, Vice Chair/Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth Martin and Supervisor William Grant unanimously approved American Asphalt's bid of $97,093...
DURYEA — A man posing as a water company employee tricked an elderly resident into going into his basement while the con artist rummaged through the resident's drawers.
CLARKS SUMMIT — At 31 years old, Dracula's Forest is the granddaddy of Northeastern Pennsylvania's haunted attractions.
DALLAS TWP. — It should now be easier to get fit and stay healthy in the Back Mountain, with the recent openings of two new businesses at the Country Club Shopping Center and a new health and wellness section at Thomas' Family...
SCRANTON — A local public informational hearing is set regarding the proposed merger between Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania and Highmark Inc.
WILKES-BARRE — A Freeland woman was awarded $60,000 in damages for a home she purchased from David Valenti and Wyoming Homes in Plains Township that was delivered late and in disrepair.
NEWPORT TWP. — The rumor mill is spinning fast in Nanticoke, as patrons of the R Bar & Grill try to speculate what the new, larger location of the local restaurant will look like, said owners Lindsey Temarantz and Lauren Maga.
Realty company becomingpart of Berkshire Hathaway
PLAINS TWP. — How to reach 95 percent of the world's consumers is an equation answered Monday at the 16th annual Bringing the World to Northeastern Pennsylvania business trade event.