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Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer Frank Schuster, emergency department charge nurse, demonstrates some of the equipment in one of the new ER treatment rooms at Moses Taylor Hospital in Scranton on Friday.
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A man who admitted to 13 different robberies last year in a three county area is going to prison.
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Three local University of Scranton graduates were recognized for academic excellence and outstanding service by the University at Commencement.
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Scranton, Lackwanna County- Sunday was a special day for husbands and wives. More than two-hundred couples participated in a Wedding Anniversary ceremony Sunday afternoon.
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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.
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Under the direction of Scranton City Council President Janet Evans, council chambers long has been a dark place where progress has been thwarted by narrow vision and mere vindictiveness has masqueraded as political dissent.
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.
First Liberty Bank & Trust will adopt the name of its DeWitt, N.Y.-based parent company, Community Bank N.A., in the fall.
As part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act, the state must determine whether districts are making progress in meeting the act's 2014 goal for all students to be proficient in math and reading.
"The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him."
Michael J. Mullen / Staff Photographer Marie Monahan serves blueberry pie to Bobby Wollivei at St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen at lunch Tuesday.
Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer Pat Casey, of South Abington Twp., picks up his bike to head home after he participated in the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority fourth annual Heritage Explorer Bike Tour and Festival on Saturday in Blakely.
In a move seen as not feasible only four months ago, the court-appointed receiver and outside manager of Scranton's five parking garages will lower rates during a summer trial period starting Monday.
Lackawanna County's medical malpractice case filings in 2012 fell 53.8 percent from the average filed in the early 2000s, an ongoing trend sparked by reforms initiated by the state Supreme Court more than a decade ago.
We can and do appreciate all of the efforts that our members of the armed forces make on our behalf.
A city hospital has stopped admitting children to its pediatrics unit after an agreement reached in May has those patients transferred to an affiliated hospital just blocks away.