Monday, July 14, 2014


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WILKES-BARRE — During holiday weeks, the city suspends collection of recyclables, but some confused residents don't suspend their routine of placing the items at curbside to be hauled away.

W-B residents question recycling schedule

Jul 13

City responds to concerns about post-holiday collection calendar


WILKES-BARRE — During holiday weeks, the city suspends collection of recyclables, but some confused residents don't suspend their routine of placing the items at curbside to be hauled away.
FORTY FORT — For the first time in its 93 years, a married couple will co-chair the United Way of Wyoming Valley's annual campaign.

Wilkes-Barre United Way announces campaign leadership

Jul 13

Husband and wife named 2014-2015 co-chairs


WILKES-BARRE — Though increasingly known for his cutting political commentary, controversial television talk show host Bill Maher says he is a comedian first and stand-up is his passion.

Comedian Maher bringing 'Incorrect' style to Wilkes-Barre

Jul 13

‘Nothing is off limits,’ TV host says of upcoming Kirby gig


WILKES-BARRE — A man and woman have been charged in connection with an early Saturday hold-up along the crime-plagued Hazle Street, city police said in a Facebook post.According to the police report:

Two charged in Hazle Street Turkey Hill robbery

Jul 13

Police: Clerk asks if it’s a robbery, testy suspect quips about wanting a sandwich


DURYEA — For more than 20 years history buffs, area history buffs have been digging into the past near Duryea, and Sunday was no exception.

Archaeologists dig Duryea's past

Jul 13

Open house spotlights research at Coxton Yards site


LAUREL RUN — The day he turned 66 turned out to be two times the fun for John Burke.He won his second straight Giants Despair Hillclimb in his second year racing the event.He wound up finishing 1-2 with his son.

Twice is nice for Burke

Jul 13

New Jersey driver breaks Giants Despair Hillclimb record on two consecutive runs


LAUREL RUN — The sights, sounds and the smells brought back memories to Bill Malarkey as he watched racers speed by on their way up the Giants Despair Hillclimb.

Race fans stake their claims to see who'll be king of the Giants Despair Hillclimb

Jul 13

Fans stake their claims to see who’ll be king of the hill


LUZERNE — These volunteers aren't afraid of an early morning or a little elbow grease.Several generations of helpful hands turned out at 9 a.m. Saturday for a “Fix-Up Day” at Lower Charles Street Park.

Cleanup, repair work done at Lower Charles Street Park in Luzerne

Jul 12

Cleanup, repair work done at Lower Charles Street Park


KINGSTON — Social media, two little words that encompass the ability to connect with more than a billion people worldwide for free. What entrepreneur would not want his or her business to be linked on a network like that?

Shopping in the cyber-market

Jul 12

Businesses hope to catch more customers with the Internet


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