WILKES-BARRE — A former employee of Wilkes-Barre General Hospital has filed a federal lawsuit against the facility, alleging that her colleagues mocked the way she talked and made other inappropriate racial comments about her.
WILKES-BARRE — A Montrose couple received $900,000 after a court battle with Linde Corporation stemming from a vehicular crash involving alcohol with one of the company's employees.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Bob Casey's budget amendment to establish new workplace rights for pregnant workers passed the Senate 100-0 on Thursday night.
Gas prices remained steady overnight, but dipped slightly in the last week.AAA Mid-Atlantic provided the following figures for today's average gas prices in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and nationwide:
A chance of rain, and possibly some snow, will plague the weekend for the Wyoming Valley.
An easy ride into work and school will round out the week for morning commuters in the Wyoming Valley.Free-flowing traffic is reported on Interstates 81, 476 and 380 this morning. Routes 315 and 115 are also free of traffic.
DUNMORE — First National Community Bank was released Wednesday from a federal consent order issued by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
An arbitrator ruled Trooper Carrie Ann Gula was not shown just cause in her termination from the Pennsylvania State Police and will be paid in full for the 21 months she was booted from the force.
DALLAS —Organizers of the sixth annual Back Mountain Business Expo are seeking vendors for this year's event to be held April 14 at Misericordia University.
The Luzerne County Democratic Party's executive committee met at Grotto Pizza in Wilkes-Barre Township Thursday night to select six of nine county council candidates to be endorsed.
RICE TWP. — Nearly two years ago, township police charged Nicholas Drust, 21, with attempting to kill an elderly man during a confrontation on Heslop Road.
WILKES-BARRE — Hugo Selenski had to sit there and take it.
Preparations for Luzerne County's May primary election are “dangerously prone to errors and omissions” due to the level and caliber of staffing, the county's Election Board said in a resolution issued today.
HAZLE TWP. — Heroin packets were found on dough being processed on a production line at Aryzta, a commercial baker of breads and donuts, earlier this week, state police at Hazleton said.
WILKES-BARRE — Hugo Selenski will never again know life outside of state prison. And still no one wins.That's the message Connor Kerkowski had this morning for the man who killed his father.
NANTICOKE — A Plymouth Township man accused in the deadly shooting of his sister earlier this year waived his right to a preliminary hearing before District Judge Donald Whittaker on Friday.
Many people in this part of the nation swore they'd move south during this year's harsh winter. It appears many of them already have.
If you worked at a Pennsylvania Wal-Mart in the late 1990s or early 2000s, the company owes you money, according to state courts.But don't expect a check just yet.
More registered voters believe that the state is headed in the right direction than any other time since January 2010, according to the March 2015 Franklin & Marshall Poll of Pennsylvania voters.
More rain is headed to the Wyoming Valley, along with the chance for some snow.
Commuters heading into work should have a smooth ride, but downtown Wilkes-Barre could produce some traffic woes.
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An resolution is apparently in sight.
WRIGHT TWP. — Despite a bank robbery and some other crimes in the Mountain Top area that made headlines recently, the message from local law enforcement was clear: Mountain Top is a safe community, and it's up to residents to keep it that...
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