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  1. Half century in hair, Carbondale man teaches new barbersRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune

    After a lifetime barbering, 71-year-old Michael Caporali has taken on a new venture, opening the Barber School of NEPA in Scranton. Having relocated his Pioneer City business, the legendary Carbondale barber hopes to grow the number of students and spread the art of barbering.

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  2. Community revitalization the focus of Carbondale round tableRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | The Times-Tribune

    Hosted by the Pennsylvania Downtown Center - a statewide nonprofit that assists in various aspects of community rejuvenation - the event offered attendees advice on how to envision, launch and sustain revitalization efforts. Carbondale was an appropriate location for the discussion, as the Pioneer City's own decade-plus long Main Street makeover catalyzed an era of growth that others can look to as a model.

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  3. School Notes 4/25/2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | The Times-Tribune

    Declan Caviston, Madison Cost and Madison Mushensky took home third place in March at the annual Computer Fair at Keystone College. "There were quite a few schools there, so placing third was quite an achievement," Declan, an eighth- grader, said.

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  4. Primary voters to decide ballot questionsRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 24 | The Times-Tribune

    Voters in Moosic and Taylor will decide whether they want to increase their school property taxes. In Carbondale, it will be a question of a minor change to the Home Rule Charter.

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  5. Meeting in Carbondale to focus on past success, how to improve futureRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 23 | The Times-Tribune

    At 10 a.m. Wednesday, a trolley tour will leave the Greater Carbondale Chamber of Commerce to showcase some of the area's unique features, including the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority's Riverwalk project, the Anthracite Center and other revitalization and community-building projects. After the trolley tour, the group will break for lunch, then reconvene for a roundtable discussion with Pennsylvania Downtown Center Executive Director Bill Fontana from 1 to 4 p.m. The meeting is an opportunity for community members to discuss more ways to improve the city, looking at some of the past successes in Carbondale and upcoming projects.

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  6. 1900s: Old problems for a new centuryRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 23 | The Times-Tribune

    Scranton's population was up sharply again as the 20th century kicked off, but the new century's tumultuous first decade brought perhaps the earliest signals of the city's decline. At the decade's outset, the city's population reached 102,206, up more than a third and high enough to turn Scranton into a second-class city under state law.

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  7. Carbondale man held for trial in wrong-way fatality on I-81Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Times-Tribune

    A Carbondale man who investigators say drove the wrong way on Interstate 81, causing a crash that killed another man, heads to trial on charges of homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence and other charges. Magisterial District Judge Laura Turlip ruled there is sufficient evidence to hold Adam David Kovaleski, 31, of 22 Church St., for trial in the death of Timothy Kunis after a preliminary hearing Thursday at the Lackawanna County Courthouse.

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  8. Talk of the Times with Toni DiVizio: Stay at Home Ball fundraiser for the Friends of the PoorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 18 | The Times-Tribune

    This week, staff writer Joe Evans talks with Toni DiVizio about the upcoming Stay at Home Ball fundraiser for the Friends of the Poor. Educational/professional background: Earned a bachelor's degree in human services and is a registered nurse; former account executive for Midasplus Inc. A: There is no actual event to attend, but rather, the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing evening at home.

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  9. Chris Kelly: a great night to stay homeRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 17 | The Times-Tribune

    La-Teek will be busy running a McDonald's in New York City. If he had cash to spare, he might buy tickets to the "Stay at Home Ball," a lavish bacchanal the Friends of the Poor aren't hosting on April 30. La-Teek is saving for college.

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  10. Carbondale Area School District accepts superintendent's resignation, effective immediatelyRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 12 | The Times-Tribune

    The unanimous vote came just one day after the Crestwood School Board approved the appointment of Mr. Gorham as the district's new superintendent. Also unanimous Tuesday was Carbondale School Board's vote to appoint Business Manager David Cerra as acting superintendent, a position that he held briefly prior to Mr. Gorham's hiring in 2013.

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  11. Man allegedly showed child lewd photo, lied about whereaboutsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 7 | The Times-Tribune

    A Carbondale man faces charges he showed a runaway 12-year-old girl a picture of his genitals after lying to her father about her whereabouts, police said. George Albert Weaver Jr., 52, admitted in a March 22 interview with Carbondale police that he lied when the girl's father called him, asking if he had seen her, but he denied he intentionally showed the child a picture of his genitals.

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  12. Man charged for showing child lewd photo, lying about her whereaboutsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 7 | The Times-Tribune

    A Carbondale man faces charges he showed a runaway 12-year-old girl a picture of his penis after lying to her father about her whereabouts, police said. George Albert Weaver Jr., 52, admitted in a March 22 interview to police that he lied to the girl's father when he called asking if he'd seen her, but denied he intentionally showed the child a picture of his penis.

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  13. Even with funding increase, school leaders remain concernedRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 7 | The Times-Tribune

    Northeast Pennsylvania school districts will see an additional $10.1 million in state funding under the budget that became law last month. After nine months without a state budget, payments - especially an increase - are welcome, superintendents said Wednesday.

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  14. Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:03:05 14:54:06Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 2 | The Times-Tribune

    SUNDAY TIMES FILE A photo published March 8, 2015, shows a pothole near a manhole cover on South Blakely Street. SUNDAY TIMES FILE This photo, published April 12, 2015, shows the potholes riddling the 200 block of Penn Avenue in Scranton.

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  15. Around the Towns 4/3/2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    The Abington Heights Civic League Inc. is hosting a The Roaring 20's Gala at the County Club of Scranton on Saturday, April 9. First row, from left: Sharon Campbell; Gretchen Eagen, second vice president and Ggala co-chair; Cheri Murray, president. Back Row from left, Cathy Plishka; Kate Hollenburg; Victoria Jeschke; Nancy Brojack-Jeschke, gala co-chair; Susan Griffiths; Laurie Fletcher and Sue O'Day.

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  16. Carbondale drug treatment center wins right to remain openRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 1 | The Times-Tribune

    Cynthia Bellino sits near a door separating two living quarters at 36 Washington St. in Carbondale on Thursday, December 10, 2009. Linda Morgan/Staff Photographer photographics/photos/blu monkee not toned The state Commonwealth Court dismissed Friday an appeal by residents opposed to a Carbondale drug and alcohol treatment center, effectively ending a two-year legal battle over the facility.

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  17. Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2016:03:29 15:31:35Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 1 | The Times-Tribune

    A faulty power strip in an apartment sparked a Wednesday afternoon fire that heavily damaged a landmark Carbondale tavern, state police at Dunmore said. A number of Upvalley fire departments battled the fire at 24 S. Main St., which houses Moran's Tavern on the first floor and three apartments on the second floor.

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  18. Faulty power strip blamed for tavern fireRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 31 | The Times-Tribune

    A faulty power strip in an apartment sparked a Wednesday afternoon fire that heavily damaged a landmark Carbondale tavern, state police at Dunmore said. A number of Upvalley fire departments battled a fire at 24 S. Main St., which houses Moran's Tavern on the first floor and three apartments on the second floor.

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  19. Carbondale firm PROVA gets $75,000 grantRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Prova Systems & Technologies Inc., a firm that develops software to monitor fleet vehicles, has been awarded a $75,000 investment from the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Ben Franklin, an organization that secures funding for tech-minded start-ups and established companies, awarded the investment in the form of loans with warrants, which means it can buy an equity option in the company.

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  20. Fire damages Carbondale tavern; owner hopes to reopen soonRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    The call to 24 S. Main St., which houses Moran's Tavern on the first floor, came in about 3:40 p.m. A crowd of people gathered across the street to watch as smoke, visible throughout the city, spewed from the building and firefighters worked to quash the flames. Carbondale Fire Chief Chris Pezak said it took more than an hour for crews to get the fire under control.

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