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Dunmore Borough Council undecided on sewer authority deal DUNMORE Though borough council has warmed to the idea of selling the Scranton Sewer Authority, members remained undecided Monday about whether to support the proposed $195 million deal with Pennsylvania American Water. As recently as March, council memb
TheTimes-Tribune.com | 8 hours, 35 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Scranton, Pennsylvania
NEPA Red Cross exec leads merger Bill Goldsworthys knack for seeing the big picture is serving him well in his latest challenge. Goldsworthy took over as executive director of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Red Cross last May and will oversee a transition for the
Standard Speaker | 8 hours, 46 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Hazleton, Pennsylvania
Inaugural meeting complete for board The first land bank in Schuylkill County held its first meeting Wednesday night in Mahanoy City. A land bank is a public or community-owned entity established to acquire, manage, maintain and repurpose vacant, abandoned and foreclosed properties, accordin
Standard Speaker | 8 hours, 46 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Hazleton, Pennsylvania
Schuylkill foundation starts making visits to county schools Every year, the Schuylkill Area Community Foundation faces a never-ending challenge. Its communication, trying to get the word out to educate donors how to establish a fund or donate to an existing fund as well as the grants and scholarships that we hav
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New businesses planned for Butler Township A restaurant and a self-storage business are planned at separate locations in Butler Township. Underground Bar and Grill has applied to transfer a liquor license to 6 W. Butler Drive, a vacant building that most recently housed Aimes Upholstery and is be
Standard Speaker | 8 hours, 46 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Hazleton, Pennsylvania
Northeastern Pa. opioid hospitalizations soar Since 2000, hospitalizations for pain medication and heroin abuse skyrocketed statewide and in Northeastern Pennsylvania, according to a study released by a state agency that monitors health care costs. The news comes as no shock to those fighting in the
Standard Speaker | 8 hours, 46 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Hazleton, Pennsylvania
Wright Twp. tractor-trailer crash snarls traffic A tractor-trailer hauling latex materials crashed along South Mountain Boulevard at Mill Street in Wright Township around 12:45 p.m Monday. The driver of the rig, a man whom police have not identified, was free of the wreckage and walking at the site but
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Video squabble halts Alinsky murder trial WILKES-BARRE Jessica Alinskys murder trial hit a speed bump Monday morning when her defense attorney objected to jurors seeing a video shot while the accused killer was giving a voluntary lie detector test. Luzerne County Judge Tina Polachek Gartley di
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Police, Feb. 9 Woman charged after fleeing A Freeland woman faces charges after fleeing from police in Hazleton on Friday. Jenny Zorilla, 32, of Freeland Village, was charged with driving without a licence, accidents involving damage to attended vehicle, fleeing or atte
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Wren trial delayed as new info comes to light SCRANTON Less than a week before the trial between Richard Wren and Luzerne County was set to begin, former county controller Walter L. Griffith Jr. sent an email to Wrens attorneys. The message contained allegations favorable to Wrens case and has de
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