Kevin Carroll is here with your P.M. Update looking ahead to Wednesday’s paper: a Kingston man jailed without bail earlier this month was arraigned on child pornography and related charges, Plymouth borough council is expected to hire three new police officers tonight and more.
For more than a year now, health care providers and health systems have been fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. And throughout that time, we’ve given much-deserved thanks and appreciation to those who care for our communities day after day.
KINGSTON — Attorney Nicole M. Santo, partner, Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn, will co-present with attorney P. Timothy Kelly, Needle Law, “Pursuing Liability Claims Against Property Owners,” to the Northeastern PA Trial Lawyers Association (NEPATLA) on Thursday, April 22 at 1:15 p.m.
KINGSTON —A Kingston man jailed without bail since his arrest April 8 on allegations of online sexual solicitation of a minor was arraigned on charges he possessed child pornography and having unlawful contact with a teenage boy.