2 hrs ago
House approves Scranton vet pension bills
Scranton city employees who are veterans would be able to immediately start buying military service credits to apply to their retirement benefits under two bills approved unanimously by House lawmakers.
8 hrs ago
As he presented $1,000 to the Hawley Public Library from the Downtown Hawley Partnership Inc., the Rev.
13 hrs ago
The Times Leader
Mohegan job fair draws thousands seeking casino posts
Who: Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs is looking to hire about 250 people for its new, $50 million hotel complex.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
LRCA to focus on community outreach
The Lackawanna River Corridor Association is teaming up with the Scranton Sewer Authority to promote a public education and outreach program to inform Scranton, Dunmore and the residents in each municipality how to reduce pollutants in the stormwater system.
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Katie Sullivan / Staff photo Scot and Faith Hartman of Dunmore dish out chow at the Northeastern Detachment Marine Corps League and Museum's annual Father's Day SOS Breakfast on Sunday morning in Scranton.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Motorcycle safety takes precedence at class
Riding motorcycles since he was 9, Marty Menichiello celebrated his 58th birthday last week and his 40th year without a motorcycle crash.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Caesars' four Poconos resorts for sale
If Starwood Hotels is successful in its bid to sell off its four Caesars Pocono resorts, it would join the list of major resorts changing hands over the last few years in the Poconos: Mount Airy Resort in Paradise Valley sold to Dunmore businessman Louis DeNaples in December 2004.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Truck driver charged in striking major city artery
A truck driver who struck and damaged the Spruce Street Complex bridge in November put the lives of other motorists at risk and lied to police, according to charges filed Thursday.
Dunmore graduates told to change the world
At Wednesday's graduation ceremony, Dunmore High School's class valedictorian challenged his fellow 105 graduates to make their mark.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Already serving time for molesting a teen, Dalton man sentenced for another sexual assault
A Dalton man serving a prison sentence for molesting a teenage girl will spend more time in prison after a county judge on Wednesday sentenced him for sexually assaulting a woman in a separate incident in 2011.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Dunmore hires seasonal workers, DPW part-timers
Borough council hired more than 20 seasonal workers to help staff the borough's summer program, which begins next month.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Dunmore police nab two men in connection with three burglaries
Mr. Jennings, 44, 395 Brace Brook Road, Forest City, was arrested Saturday for criminal conspiracy, receiving stolen property, possession of drug paraphernalia and other charges.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
City budget picture looks better, but maybe not
Crafting Scranton's 2014 budget could be more challenging than prior years because the financially distressed city still has not met all of its recovery plan goals, the city's recovery coordinator said.
Lackawanna County Sentencings 6/8/2013
2, Scranton, 12-35 months' state prison for terroristic threats and theft. -a Billy Jo Goble, 35, 600 Detty St., Scranton, 1-2 years' state prison for possession of a controlled substance by a person not registered.
First Friday opportunity to show off Scranton's 'hometown feel'
Jake Danna Stevens/ Staff Photographer Sherry's Royalettes, a twirling group from Dunmore, performs during First Friday to encourage people to go to Arts on Fire this weekend at the Scranton Iron Furnaces.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Mazak survives lottery in Throop council race
Throop Councilman Mark Mazak won a draw of numbers Friday to break a tie for the final Democratic nomination to four council seats.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
FNCB seeks to disqualify lawyers in shareholder lawsuit
Attorneys for First National Community Bank have asked a judge to remove a Scranton attorney and other lawyers from a shareholder lawsuit against the bank's board.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Olyphant hires code officer
In a unanimous vote, council appointed Eugene Walsh to replace Mark MacDonald, whose resignation letter was read at the same meeting.
The Citizens' Voice
Thornhurst Twp. man killed in motorcycle wreck
A Thornhurst Township man was killed Monday in a one-vehicle motorcycle crash in the township, state police at Dunmore said.
The Citizens' Voice
Dunmore businessmen released from prison early because of legal technicality
Two Lackawanna County businessmen will spend far less time in state prison and also secured their release pending appeals after a Northampton County judge on Tuesday resentenced them because of a deficient jury slip.