WEST PITTSTON — Council is moving forward with the West Pittston Recovery Project after receiving four bids from companies willing to do the project.
SHICKSHINNY — Although there was criticism of his job performance, borough council voted Tuesday night to retain Jim Brozena, of Brozena Consulting Services, as the borough's agent to sign legal documents for demolition projects currently...
HANOVER TWP. — A crew working on a busted water main that forced the closure of a half-mile of the Sans Souci Parkway early this morning still had not exposed the broken section of pipe as of 9:30 this evening.
HANOVER TWP. — CVS Caremark has the green light for expansion of its mail service pharmacy operations in the Hanover Crossings industrial park.
The merger of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania means about 550,000 health plan members in BC NEPA's 13-county coverage area will now join about 4.7 million members in Highmark, one of the 10 largest...
SALEM TWP. — PPL Corporation's nuclear plant in Salem Township has been renamed Susquehanna Nuclear LLC, as the result of a corporate spin-off in which PPL's energy generation business and other assets have been combined as Talen...
WILKES-BARRE — A city man who admitted to a September stabbing will spend two to six years in state prison for aggravated assault, court papers say.
WYOMING — One of three suspects wanted in the October 2014 attempted murder of a woman in Bear Creek Township has been taken into custody.
WILKES-BARRE — The dreamer returned to the dream Tuesday. Amie O'Kane, the woman who came up with idea of opening a coffee shop — A Cup of Heaven — in...
SCRANTON — Two men arrested by Wilkes-Barre police on drug trafficking and firearm offenses last year were indicted by a federal grand jury, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Tuesday.
JENKINS TWP. — A man from Edwardsville was charged by township police with stalking a former girlfriend at her place of employment on Monday and early Tuesday morning.
WILKES-BARRE — Two local legislators have joined a coalition seeking a bipartisan solution to redistricting reform.
WEST PITTSTON — A man from Exeter is scheduled for a preliminary hearing Wednesday on charges he swiped hundreds of thousands of dollars and gold and silver coins from a safe.
SOMERSET — Police say a man who set up a drunken-driving checkpoint complete with road flares while pretending to be a Pennsylvania state trooper was drunk.
WILKES-BARRE — A public hearing held Tuesday by the City of Wilkes-Barre Finance Authority was missing one thing: the public.
All aboard!On Saturday, June 6, Steamtown National Historic Site will host a train excursion to East Stroudsburg.
WILKES-BARRE — A man with a gunshot wound was dropped off at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital just before 12:30 p.m. Tuesday.City police responded to the hospital but said state police at Wyoming are investigating.
A city man pleaded guilty Friday in the October robbery of a deli in Ashley.Joseph Cunningham, 18, entered a plea before Luzerne County Judge Michael T. Vough on one count of robbery, according to court papers.
WILKES-BARRE — A man who pleaded guilty in March to four counts of robbery was sentenced Friday to three to six years behind bars, court papers say.
A West Pittston man will spend five to 10 years in state prison on several felony charges related to an August aggravated assault.
PITTSTON — City police charged Cassandra Pardini, 26, of Ashley Street, with 20 counts of misbranding a controlled substance, three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and a single count of false identification to law enforcement after...
Forget about your beach body this Friday, June 5.
EBENSBURG — A judge sentenced a 94-year-old Pennsylvania man to house arrest for a month and told him not to drive after a second drunken-driving conviction.
HORSEHEADS, N.Y. — Authorities say a Pennsylvania man wanted for attempted homicide has set himself on fire after being pulled over by police on a New York highway and is hospitalized.
RIDLEY TOWNSHIP — Authorities say a Delaware County nurse who said she was too injured to work was well enough to work 84 times as a fitness instructor.
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