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Reader photo: It's not a squirrel-proof feeder! -
Our reader photo today is courtesy of Donna Waite of East Stroudsburg who says, "This bird feeder was supposed to be squirrel proof, but, as you can see, nothing keeps the squirrels from getting to the bird seed!" Our reader photo today is courtesy of Donna Waite of East Stroudsburg who says, "This bird feeder was supposed to be squirrel proof, ... (more)
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Mom says East Stroudsburg school officials not doing enough for son with disabilities
Patrick McDonnell is 13, makes the honor roll, loves computer games -- and says math isn't his favorite subject.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Stroudsburg School Board to tap fund balance to close $3.3M deficit
Stroudsburg School Board officials plan to approve a $99.5 million budget tonight, which uses the district's fund balance to close a $3.3 million deficit.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Customer Loses Car in Fire at Auto Shop
Imagine that you take your car to get repairs and leave it there overnight, only to have the shop burst into flames with your car sitting in a bay.
Stroud Township buys defunct Evergreen Golf Course for $230,000 -
Stroud Township officials have bought the former Evergreen Golf Club for $230,000.
Brother headed to trial in Stroudsburg 2011 hit-and-run death -
A New Jersey man will go to trial on charges that he ran over his brother in the early hours of March 20, 2011, after a long night of partying.
Police find suspected drugs, paraphernalia in Stroudsburg traffic stop -
A state police trooper who pulled over a speeding vehicle on Route 209 found drugs and a driver under the influence.
Music shapes the lives of two talented brothers
Benjamin Potter, 21, is a recent U.S. West Point Military Academy graduate with plans of commitment to the United States Army.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
East Stroudsburg school budget with no tax hike up for approval
East Stroudsburg School District officials today plan to approve a $147.9 million budget that includes no tax increase and will use the district's fund balance to close a projected $5 million shortfall.
Without more residency programs, medical school growth won't stave off doctor shortage
Despite the spike in medical school enrollment expected by 2017, the nation faces a critical physician shortfall unless thousands of residency training programs are developed, experts and officials said.
Portland Borough to update its comprehensive plan and zoning code from 1966
The borough is updating its zoning ordinance and comprehensive plans of 1966 with the help of a $45,000 Northampton County grant.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
The Times Leader
Runner reportedly leaves dogs in car during race
An East Stroudsburg woman apparently thought it would be OK to leave two dogs in the car while she ran a 5-kilometer race Saturday.
A civil jury panel found in favor of the plaintiffs in a trial held last week in the county court.
From the Producers Pod: June 15-16, 2013 Edition
Happy Father's Day! Any man can be a Father but it takes someone special to be a dad."
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Former Shawnee Academy building, property up for auction -
The former Shawnee Academy residential and day school campus property will be sold by lender-owned auction at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 10 on the school campus at 114 Academy Drive, East Stroudsburg.
Police investigate criminal mischief in Smithfield Twp. -
State police are looking into a case of criminal mischief near a business in Smithfield Township.
The Citizens' Voice
Meyers graduates celebrate futures at 83rd annual commencement
Gabriella Conover, winner of the vocational award for outstanding senior at E.L. Meyers High School, has had her career planned out since pre-school.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Saylorsburg care-giver accused of binging on stolen $90K
A Saylorsburg woman, charged with stealing $90,000 from an 82-year-old woman she was hired to care for, allegedly went on a buying binge that ranged from beer to five "Sons of Anarchy" sweatshirts, according to court records.
The Jersey Journal
Things to do in Warren County on Thursday, June 13
Take a look at some of the best in photographs sent to the Warren Reporter during the week of June 3-7, 2013.
Nasty weather has a new name: 'Derecho' -
Meteorologists are concerned that a cluster of storms passing through the Poconos today could produce tree-toppling winds and add to the area's swollen waterways.