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  1. Namedropper, June 9, 2016 -- Everhart Solstice honors Ginaders, Shakespeare and TonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 9 | The Times-Tribune

    The Everhart Museum's 10th annual Summer Solstice will pay tribute to the community works of Eleanore and George Ginader . They will be honored during the Saturday, June 18, outdoor party and fundraiser, which begins at 5:30 p.m. and also includes hors d'oeuvres, an open bar, dinner, silent and live auctions dancing and an after party.


  2. Woman convicted of poisoning son's girlfriend seeks new trialRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 1 | The Times-Tribune

    The grandmother convicted of poisoning her son's girlfriend in a jealous attempt to maintain control over her "golden goose" deserves a new trial because her attorney failed to object to a key hearsay statement, her latest attorney argued in court Wednesday. Wyoming resident Helen Galli, now 84, is serving a 5A1 2- to 12-year sentence for spiking a glass of berry-flavored Juicy Juice with antifreeze in March 2010 and passing it to Dawn Simyan, who grew deathly ill and spent months recovering.


  3. $entry.nameRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    The national commander of the Jenkins Twp.-based Veterans of the Vietnam War slammed President Barack Obama on Monday for ending an arms embargo with Vietnam. Peter Forbes, a combat medic with Australia during the Vietnam War, said his group recently penned a letter to the White House asking Mr. Obama to demand that Vietnam do more to account for all U.S. troops still unaccounted for as a result of the Vietnam War.


  4. When fighting Goliath, at least have slingshotRead the original story

    May 14, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    The former state deputy attorney general/Mafia prosecutor/Scranton cop got his butt kicked in the April 26 Republican primary election for attorney general by state Sen. John RaffertyJr. of Montgomery County. Mr. Peters, a Wyoming County resident, won only the northeast and only five of its 10 counties - Lackawanna, Luzerne, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming - plus two in central Pennsylvania, Bradford and Sullivan, both northeast neighbors, and Union.


  5. Mini-golf center in foreclosureRead the original story

    May 11, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    The Luzerne County Sheriff's office listed Rich's Golf and Fun Center for a mortgage foreclosure sale on June 3. The mini-golf center in Wyoming has more than $1.4 million in debts and more than $16,000 in interest, according to attorney Michael Lewis of West Chester law firm MacElree Harvey. Mary Ceccoli is listed as the owner of the property since her husband, Robert L. Ceccoli, died in August at age 90. Their son, Rich Ceccoli, who owns Victory Pig Pizza, could not be immediately reached for comment Wednesday.


  6. Blakely awards police renovation bidRead the original story

    Apr 28, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    During a special meeting Wednesday. Blakely Borough Council awarded the bid for a police station renovation and addition project to Derman Associates.


  7. Several Hallmark gift shops throughout region to closeRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Due to declining business, several Heritage Shop locations, a chain of gift shops that operate under the Hallmark store flag, are set to close. Hallmark stores in the Keyser Oak Center in Scranton, the Laurel Mall in Hazleton and possibly the Midway Shopping Center in Wyoming are set to close in about seven weeks, owner Chris Matus said in an email.


  8. Peters wins AG race locally, loses big statewideRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Joe Peters, Republican candidate for Pennsylvania Attorney General, front, sits with his father Eugene J. Peters, former mayor of Scranton from 1970-1978, as they watch the news at the Scranton Club on Tuesday night in downtown Scranton. Butch Comegys / Staff Photographer Scranton native and Republican state attorney general candidate Joe Peters spent much of election day canvassing the area, with stops at polling places in Luzerne, Monroe and Wyoming counties.


  9. National Weather Service issues fire warning; crews battle large brush fires in PoconosRead the original story

    Apr 21, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Crews are battling two large brush fires in the Poconos, but an official says firefighters are making progress containing them. The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for Wyoming, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike and Wayne Counties.


  10. New troop commander at PSP Wyoming calls role a 'great honor'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Robert Bartal became the face of the Pennsylvania State Police during media interviews in June 2009, after state Trooper Joshua Miller was fatally shot while rescuing a kidnapped boy in Monroe County. When a sniper killed Cpl.


  11. Your OpinionRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    I had to reread it. On a day when the beer taps are open from early morning hours and revelers of various states of inebriation are in the streets, the police arrested a Pittston Area teacher and her friend for smoking marijuana at a picnic table away from the crowd.


  12. Census estimates suggests decreasing populations in Northeast Pennsylvania countiesRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Based on the estimates, Lackawanna County experienced a net population loss of 1,198 people between July 1, 2014, and July 1, 2015, making its estimated 2015 population 212,561. This was also the case in the larger Luzerne County, estimated 2015 population 319,337, which saw a net population loss of 704 people.


  13. Local dairy farmers plead for change in face of falling milk pricesRead the original story

    Feb 19, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Dairy farmers across the region descended on Tunkhannock on Thursday afternoon to voice their extreme displeasure with falling milk prices. About 30 people showed up at a press conference organized by Arden Tewksbury of the Pro-Ag group of Meshoppen - including dairy farmers, a representative of U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta's office, Wyoming and Wayne county commissioners, and state Rep. Karen Boback, R-117, Harveys Lake.


  14. Contractor: Dilapidated mausoleum needs new roofRead the original story

    Jan 28, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Nancy Albert talks with contractor Greg Grant about an estimate to replace the mausoleum roof at the Good Shepherd Memorial Park in Plains Township. Elizabeth Skrapits/Staff Photographer PLAINS TWP.


  15. Man wanted in high-speed chase charged with robberiesRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Police took out warrants for the arrest of a West Pittston man on four counts of robbery Tuesday, a day after he escaped capture during a high-speed chase. Joseph Lombardo, 39, of Exeter Avenue, is charged with four counts of robbery as well as counts of simple assault, theft, illegal possession of a firearm, reckless endangerment and making terroristic threats.


  16. Police: Wanted man fled copsRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Police in the Pittston area are trying to locate a wanted man who they say led officers on a high-speed pursuit Monday morning. Investigators say Mr. Lombardo fled when police arrived to arrest him on a bench warrant.


  17. Who's New?Read the original story

    Jan 8, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    BORINI: A son, Dec. 17, to Tracy and Louis Borini, Scranton. DRUSS: A son, Dec. 23, to Jessica and Jay Druss, Factoryville.


  18. Local booze bans still common, complex in NEPARead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 2, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    People visiting the unremarkable-looking Fort Cafe in Forty Fort for the well-known pizza can almost overlook the fact that they can't get a shot, a margarita or wine. The beer-only Fort Cafe exists because since the repeal of Prohibition, state law allows local government to restrict or ban some, or all, retail alcohol sales - i.e., individual drinks.


  19. Flood had lead role in Forty Fort booze fightRead the original story

    Jan 2, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Daniel J. Flood walked into the Luzerne County Courthouse in 1935 to defend the state's denial of a restaurant liquor license to the Airport Inn, stepping into the chaos that followed the repeal of Prohibition. His first assignment as deputy attorney general for the newly formed Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board pitted him against the inn, thought to sit on the border of Wyoming, which allowed bars and liquor sales, and Forty Fort, which voted the previous November to ban liquor, wine and cocktail sales.


  20. Community Events Listings, Jan. 1, 2016Read the original story

    Jan 1, 2016 | The Times-Tribune

    Outreach hours: Rep. Karen Boback outreach hours Tunkhannock district office, 133 W. Tioga St., suite 4: veterans outreach, Monday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Joe May, Veterans Mobile Unit in Tunkhannock providing information on services for veterans and dependents, by appointment only, 570-836-4777; Wednesday, 10 a.m.-noon; claims consultant from the American Legion, assistance and information pertaining to specific benefits and programs; and Jan. 19, 10 a.m.-noon, Tunkhannock district office, specialist from the Center for Independent Living with information on ways to ensure all people with any type of disability are provided with the opportunity to live well;


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