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WILKES-BARRE — Police responded to a multiple vehicle crash at about 8 a.m. on Sunday at Scott and East Main Streets. Upon arrival, police detained Sherman Anderson, Shavone Saxon and Cree Carrington.

Wilkes-Barre police: Woman urinated, exposed buttocks in cell

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HARRISBURG — On Tuesday, Gov. Tom Wolf will unveil his spending plans for the 2015-16 fiscal year that starts July 1. Wolf, a Democrat, is expected to propose perhaps the biggest shake-up in the state tax system in over 40 years, although little...

A look at the key things to watch in Gov. Tom Wolf's budget

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ALBANY, N.Y. — Hardy souls who shivered and shoveled their way through February in the Northeast now have evidence of just how brutal the weather was, with record cold in at least eight cities and record snowfall in...

February brought record cold, snow to Northeast

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PennDOT drops speed limits as wintry weather continues

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Waterless weekend for Duryea neighborhood

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EXETER — More than 40 women gathered on Sunday in an effort to learn self-defense skills designed to keep them safe in a variety of situations.

Women strive for fighting chance at Exeter self-defense class

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WILKES-BARRE — Now that's more like it.A light snow fell Sunday afternoon as a wood fire crackled and a circle of melting ice expanded at its base on the west bank of the Susquehanna River in Nesbitt Park.

Weather just right for Winter Along the River

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WILKES-BARRE — Hundreds of parents, children and volunteers gathered at the Jewish Community Center on South River Street on Sunday, where the Jewish Community Alliance of Northeastern Pennsylvania hosted an annual carnival in celebration of...

Jewish Community Center hosts 'Purim in Outer Space' event in Wilkes-Barre

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If you think human sex trafficking is a distant third-world problems, Shandra Woworuntu will gladly disabuse you of that illusion. An Indonesian native who came to America in 2001, Woworuntu found herself imprisoned in a Brooklyn tenement surrounded...

Activist to bring her story of sex trafficking to Misericordia University

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BERWICK — The Berwick Anti-Drug Alliance (BADA) will conduct a presentation on March 16 aimed at equipping members of the community to understand and address the ongoing problem of drug addiction and related crime.

Berwick anti-drug event scheduled

3:20 pm |  

The road less traveled doesn't go through Pennsylvania.

Roads, bridges in six Northeastern Pennsylvania counties to benefit from promise of Act 89 funding

3:00 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — Jackie Flaherty wants a chance to go “DreamJobbing.”

Hanover Township woman hopes to land dream job as photojournalist in Norway

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Michael Pavolonis will receive the David S. Johnson Award, recognizing his innovative use of environmental satellite data on March 13 at the 58th Annual Goddard Memorial Dinner in Washington D.C.

Wyoming Valley native Michael Pavolonis to be honored for meteorological expertise

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Lottery Numbers for the Week of Feb. 22

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Police charge two men with firearms violations after gunfire reported outside lounge in Hazleton

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SCRANTON — Hazleton Area mounted two big comebacks in the District 2 Class 4A boys basketball title game, but one last run by Abington Heights proved to be the clincher in a 51-45 victory Saturday afternoon at Lackawanna College.

Abington Heights too much for Hazleton Area in District 2 Class 4A boys basketball title game

February 28th |  

WILKES-BARRE — Mount Zion Baptist Church was filled with the color and sounds of celebration on Saturday as its congregation celebrated Black History Month.

Mount Zion Baptist Church celebrates Black History Month

February 28th |  

WILKES-BARRE — In role reversal of sorts, students became the teachers Saturday, offering insights into making the transition to college from high school.

Student-to-student session offers inside look at college life

February 28th |  

SCRANTON — There were plenty of small children accompanied by their parents at the Scranton Cultural Center's second annual Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash on Saturday afternoon.

Party celebrates Dr. Seuss at Scranton Cultural Center

February 28th |  

Fitness event raises funds for local churches

February 28th |  








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