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Read Aloud Day
Children from the Oppenheim Family Children's Center recently celebrated World Read Aloud Day 2014 with guest participants, including student members of the Keystone College chapter of the Pennsylvania State Education Association and Delia Coppola, wife of Keystone College president Dr. David Coppola.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Erie Times News
Antiques shop open for business in Cambridge Springs
Taylor's Timeless Treasures shop, at 250 S. Main St., officially debuted with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. "It's always exciting to see a new business come in, and this one kind of fits our theme.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Sun Apr 13, 2014
School districts owed millions from state
Delinquent state reimbursements may force school districts to hit taxpayers with increases, cut staff and programs or deplete meager reserves to make up the shortfall.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
County: Handouts cost taxpayers less than $100
The handouts opposing the proposed change in Lackawanna County government that were produced and distributed by the commissioners office have so far cost county taxpayers almost $100.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Scranton passes up low bidder to keep CECO Associates as city engineer
Scranton City Council on Thursday preliminarily backed rehiring CECO Associates as city engineer for two more years even though the firm was not the low bidder for the job.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Ticket deadline April 11 for law enforcers gala
Local law enforcement officers and emergency service personnel are sponsoring a dinner-dance and auction to benefit the Local Law Enforcement Scholastic Award Fund.
Getting there: A cool start to a nice, warm spring day
It's a cool 31 this morning, but it's going to be warm -- nice and warm, the nicest it's been in a very long time, today.
County advocates against study commission at Taylor meeting
Lackawanna County used taxpayer money to advocate against changes in the county's form of government at Taylor Borough Council's meeting Wednesday.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Album Review: Behind the Grey reinvigorated on new Ep
The last several months really speak volumes about the character of Scranton's Behind the Grey.
Dr. Anibal F. Herrera, 78, internist, gastroenterologist
Anibal F. Herrera, 78, of Media, a physician who came to the United States from Cuba and practiced for more than three decades in the Philadelphia area, died Wednesday, April 2, of Lewy body dementia at Riddle Village.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Getting there: Warmer this morning; rainy this afternoon
A somewhat warmer day will start the work week, but there is rain headed NEPA's way later today.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
The Citizens' Voice
As half marathon's 2,800 runners wind through Scranton, expect some traffic, road closures
More than 2,800 runners from around 29 states registered for the race, said Matt Byrne, race director and co-founder of Scranton Running Co., one of the competition's sponsors.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Local High Schoolers Compete In Safe Driving Competition
After a quick lesson on the course, students from 10 area high schools showed off their skills behind the wheel.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Scranton hotel maid charged with theft
Taylor Lobello, 25, 434 S. Eighth Ave., signed out housekeeping card No. 20 and stole a wedding ring, perfume and a cellphone from one room and a tablet and cellphone from another while working her shift Sunday at Comfort Inn Suites, 44 Montage Mountain Road, according to a criminal complaint.
William Robert - Bill' Frazee Jr.
Born July 21, 1935, in Lewistown, he was the son of the late William R. Frazee Sr. and Marie Frazee.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
City man arrested for fighting with cops
A Scranton man celebrated his 21st birthday over the weekend by getting arrested and committed after trying to fondle a woman and fighting with police.
City woman collecting suits for campers
Karen Mercado, 36, of Scranton, has started collecting secondhand suits for campers at Camp Happy Times in Tyler Hill in Wayne County, where children ages 5 to 21 diagnosed with cancer or blood disorders stay free for one week every summer.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
The Times Leader
Stage Listings: March 28 to April 3, 2014
Everything's Groovy, a one-act musical about a group of young people putting together a music festival in the 1960s which runs into snags with the local sheriff.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Gala to offer diverse array of auction items
Craig Kandravi , club steward of Radnor Hunt; event co-chair Renny Wood of Chadds Ford; and decorations chair Jane Taylor of Berwyn show off the signed Frolic Weymouth print that will be auctioned at the gala.