WILKES-BARRE — Luzerne County Manager C. David Pedri on Thursday said until the pandemic subsides, helping to stabilize local businesses is a top priority.
PLYMOUTH — Crestwood was in the same situation last season as on Thursday night. This time, though, the Comets didn’t falter.
Holy Redeemer junior Justice Shoats scored 25 points in the first half and then hit 1,000 career points with his first bucket after the break to lead the Royals to a 73-54 win over Montrose on Thursday in the District 2 Class 3A quarterfinals.
CLINTON TWP. — Northwest had no trouble getting shots in Thursday night’s District 2 Class 2A girls basketball quarterfinal at Lackawanna Trail.
PITTSBURGH — Ben Roethlisberger is returning for an 18th season with the Pittsburgh Steelers and is taking a pay cut to do it.
The PIAA wrestling Super Regionals will be held Saturday as eight Wyoming Valley Conference wrestlers continue their climb towards the state championships.
Here’s a look at the District 2 girls basketball playoffs, which started Tuesday with a Class 4A qualifying game between Wyoming Area and Tunkhannock.
Like so many blowhard politicians before him (and sadly, sure to come after him), Luzerne County Councilman Stephen J. Urban has been wasting the time of his fellow council members and anyone either sitting in on their meetings or spending time dutifully covering council developments.
Mrs. Doreen Dougherty, Principal of Holy Redeemer High School, Wilkes-Barre, is proud to announce that the following students have attained High Honors and/or Honors for the Second Quarter of the 2020-2021 school year.
NEW YORK — With homebound nominees appearing by remote video and hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on different sides of the country, a very socially distanced 78th Golden Globe Awards trudged on in the midst of the pandemic and amid a storm of criticism for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, with top awards going to “Nomadland,” “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” “The Crown” and “Schitt’s Creek.”
We’ve all held a grudge at one point or another in our lives, I know I have. My biggest grudge has been against my ex-husband and I’ve been holding it for 25-plus years.
NEW YORK — In November, Paula Mont did something new: The 86-year-old, who hasn’t left her New Jersey senior living community in nearly a year, went shopping — online.
The pandemic-related recession has altered many job descriptions. For Haley Jones, a 24-year-old resident of Michigan, the coronavirus changed the needs of her company, and as she adapted to meet them, her responsibilities were no longer confined to her marketing specialist role.
NEW YORK — If you’ve been watching experts and commentators appearing on television from their homes, their increased attention to decor might look familiar: In the early days of lockdown, they, like many of us, sat in front of blank white walls, while now their homes frequently display prominent artwork.
FAIRVIEW TWP. — A Plains Township man was charged with corrupting the morals of a teenage girl by sending her pictures of his genitals and taking the teen to his apartment without her parents permission.
KINGSTON — Police recovered a vehicle reported stolen earlier this year and arrested a man they say was the driver.
HANOVER TWP. — Township police said they are searching for Mark Mitchell-Switzer, 30, on charges he sexually assaulted a girl.
NANTICOKE — Luzerne County detectives charged an Edwardsville man for the third time on child sex offenses since late January with the latest criminal filing alleging he rubbed the buttocks of a girl.
SCRANTON — A man from Hazleton was recently sentenced to more than four years in federal prison on charges he peddled heroin and fentanyl for nearly a year.