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Clifford Webster was at a truck stop shortly after his wife, Jenny, the love of his life, left the hospital following a weeklong stay for lung disease.
Scranton School District administrators and five elected school board members who skipped state Auditor General Eugene DePasqualeâs town-hall meeting regarding the districtâs sorry state probably figured they saved themselves aggravation by spending Wednesday night anywhere besides Lackawanna College.
SCRANTON â Plunging into frigid water in the dead of winter was nothing compared to beating colon cancer for Jeff Baran.
SCRANTON â Lackawanna County Prisonâs second GED class, this one open only to female inmates, kicked off Wednesday as an inmate-rights advocate continues to call for co-ed classes.
If you grew up in Northeast Pennsylvania, youâre likely familiar with the UFO sighting in Carbondale back in 1974. But you might not be familiar with another group of âAliensâ in South Scranton just five years prior.
Name an area of the mental health care field, and chances are, Alyse Kerr has worked in it. Itâs not where the New Milford native initially thought sheâd end up, though.
In the span of a month, two Luzerne County police officers were charged with using their badges to pressure women into having sex.
SCRANTON â Newave Studios sits only about a block away from where a fight between dozens of kids and cops broke out on Olive Street back in November.
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More than 100 local firefighters honored one of their own Saturday in Olyphant during a funeral procession for borough firefighter Thomas R. Tratthen Jr. Tratthen, 47, was a life member of Excelsior Hose Company 1 in the borough.