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Coroner attempting to locate family of Old Forge man
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Pothole Patching in the "Pizza Capital"
This week, PennDOT started a patching project on a few miles of road that have been damaging tires and pushing buttons for drivers in Taylor and Old Forge.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
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Forty-five years ago, Americans gathered in living rooms and public spaces to watch Apollo 11 blast off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The Citizens' Voice
Mr. and Mrs. Grochowski
They are the parents of three children, Amy L. Klush, Old Forge; Joseph, Sommerville, S.C., and Stacy, Wilkes-Barre.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Old Forge native writes on income inequality
With an academic career focused on the intersection of sociology, economics and history, Old Forge native Joseph Blasi, Ph.D., co-wrote a book on a hot topic - income inequality.
Closed bridge worries business owners while Casey pushes for funding bill
Jackie Bower's Old Forge business has declined by 45 percent since the borough's Main Street bridge closed three years ago.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Acting Scranton superintendent may be named
An acting superintendent may lead the Scranton School District for a year until a replacement for William King can be found.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Old Forge vet sues VA for improper cancer treatment
A former Army National Guard soldier has filed a $4 million federal complaint against the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Plains Twp., alleging he was handed a "death sentence" by medical staff who botched the treatment of his prostate cancer.
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MICHAEL J. MULLEN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER A cleanup crew pumps leaked fuel oil in an overgrown section of the former Community Central Energy Corp. in Scranton on Monday.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Equipment issues cut power to thousands
"Equipment problems" has cut power to more than 10,000 people in Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties, PPL Electric Utilities said.
The Times Leader
Winners of Armed Forces drawing and essay contests announced
The Lackawanna County Communications, Community Outreach and Community Relations Departmentsreceived a large response to its second annual Armed Forces Drawing and Essay contests with eight school districts submitting over 150 entries.
Namedropper, July 2, 2014
Becca Marcus receives the Barbara T. Midura Leadership in Service Award during a Kiwanis Club of Scranton dinner for its Circle K Club from the University of Scranton.
Joe Amato earns high school diploma, 55 years later
Joe Amato has been a drag-racing world champion, a successful business owner and a developer, but there is one title he always wanted to earn.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Cooperage blaze took hundreds of firefighters six hours to quell
The response to Friday's fire at Scranton Cooperage drew 205 personnel from 28 different companies in three counties, Jessup Fire Chief Steve Pitoniak said.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Woman arrested for crash in March
Police arrested a borough woman Friday for crashing her car into a police car while under the influence of alcohol and drugs in March.