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There is a crowded field of newcomers in this year's groundbreaking election to represent Monroe County in the state Legislature.
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Ginny's Bistro & Wine Bar fills the space formerly occupied by Maria's Place at 612 Northampton St. in Easton.
16 hrs ago | Pocono Record
According to state police, a private ambulance likely belonging to Life Star Ambulance was traveling west on Interstate 80 near mile marker 296.5 when the driver lost control and the vehicle.
Pocono residents can talk to more than 100 vendors about homeowning, homebuying and homebuilding at the Greater Pocono Home and Outdoor Living Show, which takes place this weekend at the Mattioli Recreation Center on the campus of East Stroudsburg University.
Pope Francis has endeared himself to the public by looking out for the poor and radically shifting the church's focus to mercy rather than moralizing.
The lights are on in downtown Stroudsburg and most homes and businesses now have power restored after Wednesday night's wind gusts knocked power out for thousands.
Many proven - and some unproven - ideas exist about sleep deprivation and the short- and long-term effects it could have.
Shawn Michael Chavies, 40, of Stroudsburg, was driving Wednesday to East Stroudsburg to sell 10 Percocet pills to what turned out to be an undercover officer, but ran out of gas, pushed his vehicle to a gas station and called the officer to come meet him there, authorities said.
Bushkill/Smithfields Lions Club members gathered at their monthly meeting on Monday to discuss plans for the fourth annual Prom and Mother of the Bride Dress Sale.
For three decades, Yvonne Troiani Sweeney, a nurse and an East Stroudsburg University graduate, has been passionate about treating patients with dignity and compassion.
Kenya Evans, 20, of Stroudsburg, Pa., pleaded guilty Tuesday in Kennebec County Superior Court to a felony charge of unlawful possession of heroin.
An East Stroudsburg man was convicted this week in two Smithfield Township cases, one involving threatening a woman at knifepoint and the other involving using a crow bar to hit a neighbor who shot at him in self-defense, according to court records.
State police were called around 8 a.m. to Route 715 near Idlewood Drive for a report of a crash.
Stroud Township Vounteer Fire Department firefighters Chris Martin, left, and Johnny Walker tear apart the walls and insulation of the trailer at 112 N. Fifth Street in Stroud Township as they extinguish a fire at the residence on Tuesday, March 11, 2014.
A jury in Wayne County has found a care worker not guilty in a case where he was accused of using a clothes iron to burn the man he was supposed to be caring for.