Throop couple wins battle in foreclosure fight
Lackawanna County Judge Terrence Nealon recently rejected Caliber Home Loans Inc.'s argument that facts in the case are undisputed and ordered the company's foreclosure action against Timothy and Brandy Tanana to continue.
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Getting there: A sunny, warm start to a cooler work week
Enjoy it -- the sun is going to come out today, but it may not tomorrow. Another beautiful spring day is on tap to start the work week.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Dickson City man arrested for Throop burglary
Thomas Joseph Lavis, 24, 917 Throop St., was heard rummaging around in an upstairs apartment at 541 Charles St. by a downstairs neighbor.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Keystone Landfill files plans to grow enough for almost 50 years of garbage
A major Lackawanna County landfill would expand skyward and create enough space to accept waste for almost 50 years under a proposal by its owners, Dunmore businessmen Louis and Dominick DeNaples.
County housing authority chief: I was pressured to hire member's son
The head of the Lackawanna County Housing Authority said Tuesday former board Chairman Patrick "Nibs" Loughney ordered him to hire his son two years ago even though the agency's solicitor warned it would be a conflict of interest.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Throop council to hold hearing
Borough council passed a motion to hold a public hearing about whether to abandon a court in the borough at Monday night's meeting.
School seeks to dismiss sexual abuse lawsuit
An attorney for the Valley View School District is asking a judge to dismiss a federal lawsuit filed by parents who allege their autistic son was sexually assaulted at a private school the district contracts with to provide special education services.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
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Ferrance marks 95th birthday
Sadie M. Ferrance celebrated her 95th birthday by gathering with family at a local restaurant.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Legislators clash over district boundary changes Border disputes
Representatives are reaching out to new constituents in redrawn districts, an activity that watchdogs frown upon but lawmakers claim is legal.