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MOUNTAIN TOP — You'll be coming 'round the mountain a lot slower than usual for the next little while.

Earth seam prompts single-lane traffic along Route 309

5:25 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — Wilkes University formalized agreements with five area school districts that will allow their students to complete up to one year of college credits by the time they graduate high school.

Districts, Wilkes University ink deal giving high school students crack at more college credits

5:25 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — A city man will spend up to a decade behind bars for shooting another man last year during a road rage incident.

Wilkes-Barre road rage shooter sentenced to 5 to 10 years in state prison

4:55 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — Several hours before Donald Bachman was gunned down in front of his Willow Street residence, he reported two men were stealing a screen door from a condemned house.

Theft suspects at Wilkes-Barre house near homicide in custody

4:35 pm |  

Scranton man gets federal prison time in multi-county sex-trafficking case

4:10 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — Mountain Top native Frank Shiner, one of only two artists so far this year to have consecutive Top 5 singles, will appear at the Fine Arts Fiesta festival on Public Square on May 15th.

Frank Shiner to appear at Fine Arts Fiesta in May

3:30 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — Luzerne County prosecutors on Tuesday withdrew a felony aggravated assault charge against a city man in connection with a deadly shooting on Meade Street.

Wilkes-Barre man won't face charges for deadly shooting

3:25 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — Add an eighth criminal case against Paul Woychio.

Dupont man, previously ruled incompetent, faces new robbery charge

3:20 pm |  

Sandwich chain Panera Bread Co. is now part of an ever more crowded club of companies pledging to remove artificial ingredients from their food.

From Panera to Pepsi: Companies eliminating artificial ingredients

3:10 pm |  

This year the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission cut the cost of a fishing license by $1.But that doesn't mean the agency isn't in need of more revenue.

Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission seeking tax revenue to cover cost

2:40 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — The group had the audience dancing and singing along Saturday night.

In Focus: Keystone Kids Star Makers sing hits of years gone by

2:30 pm |  

EXETER — The Luzerne County District Attorney's Office is investigating the alleged misappropriation of funds within the borough's volunteer fire company.

Luzerne County District Attorney's Office investigating alleged misappropriation of Exeter fire department funds

2:25 pm |  

Further amendment of a lawsuit against Luzerne County 911 would be futile, a federal judge wrote in a memorandum filed Monday.

Judge tosses Luzerne County 911 suit in federal court

2:15 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE —Living beyond his income and gambling at casinos led to a downward spiral for Wilkes-Barre City Employee Federal Credit Union member Jeffrey Serafin, his attorney said Tuesday.

Credit union member sentenced to time served for fraudulent loan

12:50 pm |  

The national average jumped by a penny overnight, while the local and state averages climbed by a few cents.AAA Mid-Atlantic provided the following figures for today's average gas prices:

Average gas prices for May 5

12:45 pm |  

Luzerne County Library System kicking off Civil War lectures

12:30 pm |  

WILKES-BARRE — Think of it as Trans-Siberian Orchestra in a more intimate setting.

Wizards of Winter to kick off holiday season at Kirby Center

10:40 am |  

HARRISBURG — Following a colder-than-average winter and weeks of dramatic temperature swings, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation acting Secretary Leslie S. Richards Monday advised Pennsylvanians that PennDOT crews are aggressively...

PennDOT crews out in force to address pothole concerns

9:55 am |  

WILKES-BARRE TWP. — The Wilkes-Barre Township Police Department reported the following:

Wilkes-Barre Township police blotter

9:35 am |  

HAZLETON — City police said a man threatened another man with a gun during an argument about money in the area of Carson and 12th streets on Saturday.

Fight in Hazleton over money involved threat with gun

9:00 am |  








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