PLYMOUTH — One of only two female principals in Luzerne County's 13 public high schools, Erin Keating spent her final day at Wyoming Valley West High School Wednesday with a low-key farewell of cakes, treats, banners and custom T-shirts...
If the kids who recently auditioned for the Music Box Playhouse's holiday production of “A Christmas Story” had their way, the main character, Ralphie, would NOT get that Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action 200-shot Range Model Air...
Luzerne County officials are zeroing in on 407 acres of unused county-owned land in Butler Township that could be sold to generate sorely needed cash.
Former Luzerne County Judge Mark Ciavarella is on the move in the federal prison system.
WILKES-BARRE — The protective scaffolding outside Coughlin High School may seem to speak loudly about the need to do something to this venerable building, but inside there's scarcely a hint of structural woes until you get into the...
KINGSTON — The light in the tower of Wyoming Seminary's new arts center shined bright above the campus Saturday night.
Decomposed bodyfound in woods
HAZLE TWP. — The Luzerne County Coroner's Office and state police are investigating the discovery of the severely decomposed body of a man in a wooded area off North Vine Street at 8:50 a.m. Saturday.
HANOVER TWP. — Firefighters from several area departments battled flames early Saturday at a former grocery store on the corner of Ridge and East Newport streets.
WILKES-BARRE — If you're trying to ration your barbecue-flavored bugs, don't offer them to hungry children.
WILKES-BARRE — The welcome mat is still out for out-of-state residents at Sherman Hills, but under a program instituted by the new owner, locals are given preference to move into the federally-subsidized apartment complex.
Coach Ashley Altavilla was a cheerleader her whole life and it seems the pom-pom bug was passed down to her daughter, Gianna, from the time she could hold them up and shake them to the beat.
A man wearing a ski mask showed a gas station employee a knife and demanded money from the cash register Friday night, Kingston Township police reported.
Pennsylvania health officials will order any travelers with potential Ebola virus exposure in West Africa to stay off commercial buses, trains and other mass transportation for at least 21 days, according to protocols released Friday.
The board of supervisors announced Oct. 21 that the township was awarded a Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Grant in the amount of $24,500, part of the master plan to improve the township's parks.
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — With a smile on her face and a roast beef sandwich and fries on her tray, Kathleen Marga was happy Friday to see the Arby's in the Food Court of the Wyoming Valley Mall open again.
In a public email gaffe, a Republican candidate for a state office on Friday used the term “sob” to refer to his political opponent, the incumbent state senator.
DURYEA — A driver said a stray cat was to blame for her crashing into a utility pole, causing the pole to split in two and onto the car along with live electrical wires, according to police.
Walking toward a group of friends Friday night, Brother Jim Miller exited the F.M. Kirby Center and pulled a strange object from his pocket.
SWEET VALLEY — At 12 years old, Kylie Anne Nevel overcame a battle with juvenile idiopathic scoliosis.Now, she's looking to give back after her community helped her when she was in need.
Shauntae Thomas pleaded guilty twice this week to the same murder.
Man robbed near River Common parkWILKES-BARRE — A man was robbed Thursday night near the River Common park in downtown Wilkes-Barre, city police said.
MARYSVILLE, Wash. (AP) — Police in Washington state say a shooter is dead after attack at a high school north of Seattle.
WILKES-BARRE — Convicted murderer Kenneth Malik Evans III says he'll be back.
PLAINS TWP. — David Saba was asked to tell his “grandparenting story,” and the 65-year-old attorney did that in great detail in an emotional address, bringing many in the audience to tears.
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