Wilkes-Barre Obituaries

Wilkes-Barre Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Wilkes-Barre, PA

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  • Monday Sep 17 | via The Citizens' Voice 

    Maybe we could help': Suicide awareness walk draws c...

    DAVE SCHERBENCO / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Firefighters Andy Holter of the Laflin Fire Department and Vanessa Haten and Jason Bronzburg of the Salem Twp. Fire Department walk to raise awareness of suicide rates among emergency response professionals.

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  • Friday Sep 14 | via The Citizens' Voice 

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  • Friday Sep 14 | via The Citizens' Voice 

    W-B homeowner found stabbed in back; no arrests

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  • Thursday Sep 13 | via The Citizens' Voice 

    W-B woman sentenced for role in fatal overdose

    A Wilkes-Barre woman will serve more than 19 years in federal prison for delivering a deadly drug dose that claimed a man's life, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Michelle Beagle, 39, was sentenced Tuesday to 235 months in prison after pleading guilty in March to conspiring to distribute heroin laced with fentanyl.

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  • Wednesday Sep 12 | via GlobalNews 

    RCMP hold Move Over event in memory of fallen Nova S...

    WATCH: Nova Scotia RCMP held a Move Over event on Wednesday to mark exactly one year since a fellow Mountie died in the line of duty. Callum Smith has more.

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  • Wednesday Sep 12 | via The Citizens' Voice 

    W-B woman gets 19 years for fatal drug dose

    A Wilkes-Barre woman will serve more than 19 years in federal prison for delivering a deadly drug dose that claimed a man's life. Michelle Beagle, 39, was sentenced Tuesday to 235 months in prison after pleading guilty in March to conspiring to distribute heroin laced with fentanyl.

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  • Tuesday Sep 11 | via The Citizens' Voice 

    Heart failure cited in inmate's death; lawyer calls ...

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  • Monday Sep 10 | via GlobalNews 

    RCMP set to hold Move Over event in memory of fallen...

    Const. Francis Deschenes was killed on Sept. 12, after a utility van collided with his police cruiser on Highway 2 near Memramcook, New Brunswick.

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  • Monday Aug 27 | via The Citizens' Voice 

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    Attendees of Sundays Overdose Awareness rRally at Kirby Park hold on to each other as they look at a rememberence table containing the photos of loved ones who have passed away along with messages of support written on papers on the table.cv27kirby2DAVE SCHERBENCO/CITIZENS VOICE Eric Ginthner at Sundays Overdose Awareness Rally at Kirby Park wearing a tshirt with the image of his late son Brandon who passed away at the age of 23 in September 2015.cv27kirby3DAVE SCHERBENCO/CITIZENS VOICE WILKES-BARRE - Opioid Awareness Day in Kirby Park on Sunday featured a message of hope mixed with warning about the dangers of the opioid epidemic that continues to plague the region and the nation.

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  • Friday Aug 24 | via Columbia Journalism Review 

    Remembering John McCain and his relationship with th...

    When news broke Saturday evening that John McCain had died, it felt like the climax of a slow-motion eulogy that had been steadily playing out since the Arizona Senator announced his brain cancer diagnosis last summer. His obituary appeared on Sunday front pages of local and national newspapers, and coverage of his life and work dominated television broadcast for much of the weekend.

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  • Aug 19, 2018 | via The Citizens' Voice 

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    Volunteers Lynn and Joseph Brice near one of the veterans gardening projects at the Wilkes Barre VA Medical Center. cv20vets4 DAVE SCHERBENCO/CITIZENS VOICE It was one you can eat: A tomato, picked from the community garden at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Plains Twp.

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  • Aug 13, 2018 | via The Citizens' Voice 

    Soto awarded Lorraine Button Tracy scholarship

    Valerie Soto was awarded the Lorraine Button Tracy scholarship to continue her studies at Holy Redeemer High School. The $1,000 scholarship will be credited for her upcoming senior year.

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  • Oct 20, 2015 | via Inquiring News 

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    John Stewart Jr., was fourteen years old and had been carrying water for elephants during Barnum and Bailey's Circus performance on Barbour Street. An incendiary mixture of gasoline and paraffin was used to waterproof the circus tents.

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