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The following is a listing of May events at the Abington Community Library, 1200 W. Grove St., Clarks Summit.
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Authorities have positively identified a body found in a northeastern Pennsylvania pond as that of a woman missing for five months.
Scranton police charged three city residents and seized more than $6,000 in drugs after a Tuesday evening raid at a South Scranton apartment.
An indictment charging three individuals, including a Pennsylvania man, for allegedly conspiring to illegally export laboratory equipment, including items used to detect chemical warfare agents, from the United States to Syria was unsealed today.
MICHAEL J. MULLEN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER John Cognetti, Hinerfeld Realty Co., left, and Ron Kleckler, Scranton Center building manager, walk through the former offices of Paper Magic at 401 Adams Ave. The building is for sale.
Anthony R. and Maureen Bardzilouskas, Gouldsboro, to John Vandemark III, Scranton; a property 317 Green St., Scranton, for $106,000.
MICHAEL J. MULLEN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Geisinger Community Medical Center employees Ellen Bbyrne, Anne Mullen and Kathy Arzie help clean up Nay Aug Park as part of the Earth Day celebration in Scranton.
A convicted felon on probation for burglary stole a handgun from an unlocked car in hopes of selling it, police said.
Douglas Preston: April 25, 7 p.m., the Theater at Lackawanna College . Tickets are free with a library card from any library.
The Wilkes-Barre Parking Authority needs more time to comply with a subpoena for records, the authority's solicitor said Tuesday.
Police took six people into custody Monday afternoon, six out of a suspected 20 people who were fighting with baseball bats in a west Scranton neighborhood.
The "Growing the Big Idea" workshop at the Hilton Scranton and Conference Center at 5:30 p.m. will discuss ideas on expanding First Friday, neighborhood art, mural projects and more.
Boundaries of three South Scranton elementary schools may change, and fourth- and fifth-grade students from Whittier Elementary School may move to an annex starting this fall.
A Scranton man charged with beating and holding his girlfriend captive for three days because he thought aliens were inside her body was ordered Monday to stand trial despite the woman's lack of cooperation in the case.