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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Garden Drive-In to mark 70 years

HUNLOCK CREEK — It’s certainly not a stretch to say that it’s been an odd few years for the entertainment industry (and for everyone in general), but the Garden Drive-In has been thrown many a curve ball in its 70 years.

#OnTheStacks is now on timesleader.com

WILKES-BARRE — It all started with a photo.

Recognition sought for Underground Railroad volunteer

WILKES-BARRE — Inside the confines of the Wilkes-Barre City Cemetery lies a man who risked life and limb to assist escaped slaves along the Underground Railroad.

Bringing a love of Wilkes-Barre back, starting with the kids

WILKES-BARRE — As her grandson CJ received his brand-new toy for spinning the Wilkes-Barre City Health Department’s prize wheel, Debbie Wargo said that she had been looking for new things for her grandson to do.

‘Legacy List’ team visits Swoyersville homestead

One muggy Monday afternoon in early June, some visitors were eager to escort Lisa Malarkey to the attic of the homestead her great-grandfather had built decades ago in Swoyersville.

‘We will not go back’

WILKES-BARRE — As reactions pour in around the nation to the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, Action Together NEPA and their supporters rallied together under a united platform: Bans Off Our Bodies.

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Team conservation effort earns Governor’s Award

WILKES-BARRE — Projects this big, this wide-ranging, this involved don’t come around very often.

Not over yet: Lightning win Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final to stay alive

DENVER — The Tampa Bay Lightning spoiled Colorado’s party to stay in the hunt for a third straight Stanley Cup title, beating the Avalanche 3-2 on Friday night in Game 5.

Krook throws five perfect innings to finish off RailRiders’ two-hitter in Toledo

Ryan Weber and Matt Krook were both scheduled to pitch on Friday night for the RailRiders. They didn’t disappoint.

Batters collect 17 hits, pitchers rack up 17 strikeouts for RailRiders in win

After falling a run short in each of their first two games in Toledo, the RailRiders weren’t messing around at the plate on Thursday.

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