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Scranton will offer a smartphone payment option for parking meters under a 90-day trial period that kicks off Tuesday, May 28.
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Angie Ross is greeted by candidate representatives as she enters the Renaissance Center on Pittston Ave.
It was the zero hour at the downtown Scranton headquarters for Alyce Farrell's campaign for Lackawanna County Judge.
The volunteer fire company members injured in Sunday's crash in Coolbaugh Township have a long road to recovery ahead, Coolbaugh Township Assistant Fire Chief Bill Weimer said Monday.
Scranton, Lackawanna County- People gathered in Scranton this weekend to help raise money for a proposed 9/11 Memorial to an Electric City native.
Lackawanna College offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemunor will make several visits in June, but before doing so he make trim his list.
Despite leading the charge to repeal a ban on Scranton school directors accepting campaign contributions from district vendors, Director Bob Lesh has returned $1,100 in such contributions during his campaign.
SCRANTON – Oil and gas development damaged the water supplies of at least 161 Pennsylvania homes, farms, churches and businesses between 2008 and the fall of 2012, according to state records obtained by a newspaper.
Evan A. Thoryk, 4, of Harveys Lake, salutes the Navy as they walk by during the Armed Forces Day Parade in Scranton Pa.
Saturday's feast in Spring Lake featured a lot of talk - and soda bread, shepherds pies, corned beef and heaps of cabbage as the borough celebrated its fourth annual Irish Festival.
ASSOCIATED PRESS files ABOVE: Army Capt. Alfred Svenson of Scranton leaves the morning session of his general court-martial on June 30, 1964, in Frankfurt, Germany.
A North Scranton woman accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend nearly two years ago may finally get her turn before a jury.
A West Chester man tried to punch a University of Scranton police sergeant after leaving a bar early Friday, city police said.
A Scranton man insistent on returning to the Dominican Republic bit and stabbed his brother-in-law who tried to calm him down Thursday night, Scranton police said.
Support our men and women in the military! The Armed Forces Parade in downtown Scranton steps off at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 18.