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Photographer Michelle Leonard of Pikes Creek will transition from the King's College Widmann Gallery art curator to featured artist during the final art exhibition of the academic year at King's College.
Coughlin High School, Class of 1968, will celebrate its 45th reunion July 26 at Appletree Terrace, Newberry Estates, Dallas.
Support our men and women in the military! The Armed Forces Parade in downtown Scranton steps off at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 18.
Luzerne County Controller Walter Griffith is leaving his re-election to the fate of voters, hoping they will see past charges filed against him on Friday alleging he secretly recorded a private meeting and two telephone calls.
The bus service will run Monday through Saturday all summer long, providing low-cost public transit access to the 1,035-acre state park in Kingston Township.
The 58th annual celebration of the arts continues today and Sunday on Public Square in downtown Wilkes-Barre. Festivities include art exhibits, live music and performances and children's activities.
The Misericordia University family and members of the community are coming together June 1 at the Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs beginning at 7:30 p.m. for Michael A. MacDowell's "Watch Your Wallet Roast,'' a retirement celebration marking 15 years at Misericordia for Dr.
Robert Tosh, of North Washington Street, said the city repaired a collapsed sewer line a few years ago, but the blocked lines resumed last December.
Federal authorities have seized more than $170,000 from three men who conspired to engage in visa fraud and money laundering in Luzerne County, according to court records.
U.S. Attorney Patrick A. Miles, Jr., announced today that Joseph J. Ostrowski, 29, of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, was sentenced yesterday to serve 30 years in federal prison by a federal judge in the Middle District of Pennsylvania for offenses that included a charge of cyberstalking in the Western District of Michigan.
Each year, the National Weather Service offers free severe weather spotting classes.
Police are on the scene of an incident at an industrial park in Luzerne County. They are investigating at Kraft Foods at the Hanover Township Industrial Park.
Tearing down the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport's old terminal would cost $2.06 million, engineering firm Guzek Associates estimated.
Guests will be spending the night at a hotel in Lackawanna County that's been almost a decade in the making.
Luzerne County has spent more than $5,100 on attorney bills defending county Controller Walter L. Griffith Jr.
A regional advocate for the rights of the homeless says actions by Sugar Notch, Pa., officials to deny shelter to homeless men may be based upon fear and a lack of knowledge.