WILKES-BARRE — A collision at the intersection of North Washington and East North streets resulted in the overturning of a red Hyundai Santa Fe and severe damage to a green Mercury Cougar.
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The search for a young woman who disappeared over 12 years ago is getting increased media attention.
The millennials have arrived. And by all accounts, it looks like they're here to stay.
JACKSON TWP. — A gathering to remember the men and women of Jackson Township “who sacrificed their lives to secure our freedoms” and continue to “selflessly serve the residents” was held on Saturday at the annual Jackson...
KINGSTON TWP. — The warm sun overhead and a cool breeze rustling through the trees made for an excellent day to learn about nature.
PHILADELPHIA — Nearly two weeks after a deadly Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia killed 8 people and injured more than 200 others, investigators are still trying to piece together what led the train to enter a sharp curve at more than double the...
Kudos to the voters, especially those in Wilkes-Barre. They were a small group, a reported 26 percent of registered voters, but they took a stand.
It's always disappointing when you buy a product online that turns out to be inferior when you receive it, but things get even thornier when that product is a gift.
WYOMING — State police released surveillance photos and are asking the public for assistance identifying a suspect in daytime burglaries in Plymouth Township and surrounding areas. The suspect's vehicle is a green Suzuki. Anyone with...
ROSS TWP. — As the crow flies, Brian Gallagher lives about 2,000 feet from a state shooting range and the sound of gunshots aren't far off.
Following are unofficial poll results from municipal races in Luzerne County in Tuesday's primary election.
ASHLEY — Monday morning communities across the country will honor those that paid the ultimate price in service to their country with Memorial Day parades.
NANTICOKE — Mayor Richard Wiaterowski presented Betty Height with a plaque of appreciation on behalf of the city as she retires from Little Stars Nursery School.
PLYMOUTH — Councilman Gary Kochinski said at this past week's council meeting that the borough will participate in the national “Click it or Ticket” campaign at no additional cost to the borough.
WILKES-BARRE — Police said a man and woman agreed to have sex for money and trespassed in a residence on Academy Street.
HANOVER TWP. — Police said heroin, cocaine, cash and a stolen handgun were seized from a vehicle stopped Friday night in a DUI checkpoint on the Sans Souci Parkway.
WILKES-BARRE — As a child Rob Metzger Jr. built cardboard forts in the back office of Valley Seafood. Now he is being groomed to take over the business.“I have very large shoes to fill,” Metzger Jr., 33, said.
HANOVER TWP. — A new CVS is planned at the crossroads, a short distance from the existing store, a company spokesman said Friday.
Democrat Robert Schnee is back in the Luzerne County Council race, and Republican Eugene Kelleher is now on the ballot.
DALLAS — The borough's Summer Recreation Program will begin on June 15 and run through Aug. 14, the Borough Council announced Wednesday.
FORTY FORT — Tensions grew as a borough resident running for Borough Council argued with the mayor and council members at Monday's meeting.
WRIGHT TWP. — The Crestwood Area School Board have initial approval to a 2015-16 operating budget that includes a 2.4 percent take increase.
WILKES-BARRE —Nearly two dozen federal, state and local law enforcement officers with assault rifles and binoculars surrounded the Luzerne County Courthouse on Friday for a preliminary hearing of two reputed Bloods street gang members charged...
YATESVILLE — The Pittston Area School Board voted during Wednesday night's regular school meeting to table a proposal to approve arrangements with the Northeastern Pennsylvania Landbank regarding property taxes.
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