Monday, July 28, 2014

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Pipeline concerns may be voiced at upcoming session

Jul 28

Williams’ Atlantic Sunrise expansion topic of Aug. 7 gathering

LEHMAN TOWNSHIP — In the middle of the pre-filing process for Williams' Atlantic Sunrise pipeline expansion project, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is holding a series of scoping sessions, one of which is to be held at Lake-Lehman High School...
ASHLEY — A Green Street woman who was recovering from cancer treatment died when flames ripped through her home late Saturday.Kimberly Krakauski, 65, perished inside 10 Green St. after fire broke out around 11:30 p.m.

Ashley woman, 65, dies after flames ravage Green Street home

Jul 28

Kimberly Krakauski may have tried to save her pets, friends and family believe

One in custody Sunday after fatal hit-and-run in Hazleton

Jul 28

Javier Miranda, 21, died after being hit while walking Saturday night

HAZLE TOWNSHIP — A Pittston man was arrested after he allegedly was caught masturbating in Boscov's Department Store at the Laurel Mall.

Pittston man accused of masturbating at Laurel Mall Boscov's

Jul 28

Isaac Gregory Kieselowsky, 32, faces charges

It's not uncommon in July to enter a Northeast Pennsylvania highway just to discover some massive, never-ending construction project has turned the road into a parking lot.

Large-scale roadwork not a problem, small project still a pain

Jul 28

Readers take highway projects in stride, but Miners Mills bridge a sore spot

Retired Edwardsville police officer Joseph Souchick Sr., 78, died at home Saturday after a lengthy battle with cancer.Souchick served as a police officer for 32 years before retiring in 1992. He later worked security at the West Side Mall.

Longtime Edwardsville police officer Joseph Souchick Sr. remembered

Jul 28

Father of current chief lost cancer battle at 78

The Rev. James Lackenmier may have stepped down as King's College president five years before the school launched its annual “McGowan Business Forum,” but he is about to become a permanent, and prominent, part of the yearly effort to connect business...

Former King's College President James Lackenmier honored by becoming an honor

Jul 28

Inaugural business award will go to Tim Morris, ‘64

Smithfield Foods, Weis Markets and Richard Petty Motorsports are teaming up to bring one hefty donation to an area food bank.

40,000 pounds of protein bound for food bank

Jul 28

Racing legend Richard Petty will be present for Friday handover

Slow start stifles Nanticoke

Jul 27

By Jay Monahan

For The Times Leader

Sam Casto helped the University of Virginia crew team become among the best in the country this season.

Rowing with success

Jul 27

Dallas grad finishes 10th in world rowing competition

Outdoor notes

Jul 27

Murder charges filed in fatal hospital shooting

Jul 27

Richard Plotts, 49, accused of killing caseworker, wounding psychiatrist in Delaware County incident

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