Rain will stick around the Wyoming Valley for today, but sunshine will wrap up the rest of the week.
LARKSVILLE — Over 45 teachers, coaches and personnel were hired or had their contracts renewed by the Wyoming Valley West School Board at Wednesday night's meeting.
EXETER — Painkiller addiction. A bounced check. Missing money. A stolen piggy bank.
Once again, a local fire company official is under investigation over missing funds.
FAIRVIEW TWP. — The Board of Supervisors adopted a community-wide burn ban at Tuesday night's regular monthly meeting.
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WILKES-BARRE – As Pennsylvania's budget season heats up, a new report casts doubt on tax relief claims in Gov. Tom Wolf's 2015-16 tax and spending plan.
Pennsylvania's economy is showing signs of an upswing, but tax revenues are likely to lag in future years, keeping pressure on the state budget, Mark Ryan, deputy director of the state Independent Fiscal Office, said Wednesday at an information...
PLYMOUTH TWP. — Joseph Yudichak, of the township Road Department, told the Board of Supervisors Monday night that within the last two weeks a problem with the sewer system in the vicinity of Banko's Seafood Restaurant and Allen Street has...
WILKES-BARRE — City Mayor Tom Leighton promoted eight members of the Wilkes-Barre City Police Department at a promotions ceremony in City Hall on Wednesday.
WILKES-BARRE — The state Attorney General's Office argued against discharging thousands of dollars in restitution and civil penalties in the pending bankruptcy case of David Valenti, the beleaguered owner of Wyoming Homes Inc.
The state Superior Court has upheld the conviction and lengthy prison sentence for Jose Antonio Ramos, a former inmate at a state prison near Dallas who was once considered a suspect in the disappearance of a New York City boy in 1979.
A confession by a Wilkes-Barre man who told police he held a pistol during a foot chase with officers supports his conviction, according to a ruling by the state Superior Court.
SCRANTON — Federal prosecutors announced Wednesday that a Pittston man has been indicted on charges he used social media to download and send child pornography.
WILKES-BARRE — U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Wednesday said it is “simply unacceptable to have a veteran with a disability wait hundreds of days for their claim to be resolved,” and he and a bipartisan group of senators are determined to...
Up, up, up they go!AAA Mid-Atlantic provided the following data for today's average gas prices:
KINGSTON — Revello's Old Forge Pizza opened their new West Side location this week.
WYOMING — The Greater Wilkes-Barre Association of Realtors will hold a miniature golf family fun day on May 9 at Rich's Golf Center, Wyoming Avenue. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and donation is $15 per person or $50 for a...
HARRISBURG — State Sen. John Yudichak has sent congratulations to Major General James Joseph of Hazleton on his nomination as Pennsylvania's Adjutant General. The nomination was sent to the full senate following a unanimous vote by the...
Officials from the F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts announced today that Saturday's Daughters of Legends Comedy Show is cancelled due to scheduling conflicts.
HAZLETON — The Hazleton City Police Department reported the following:
WILKES-BARRE — City police captured James Ward, 47, of Nanticoke, on drug trafficking charges filed by Kingston police. Ward was captured when city police spotted him driving a vehicle in the area of Kidder Street and Conyngham Avenue on...
A little rain might slicken the roadways this morning, but traffic congestion otherwise at a minimum in the Wyoming Valley.
It should be another smooth ride into work and school this morning.Free-flowing traffic is reported on Interstates 81 and 476 this morning, while scattered areas of minor traffic are reported on Routes 315 and 115.
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