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Hillary Clinton to speak at St. Patrick's Day Dinner in Scranton

When she arrives, 214 days will have passed since she last set foot in the Electric City. (read more)

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Casey discusses economic development at roundtable

Local business officials told Sen. Bob Casey at an economic development roundtable Wednesday the federal government could do more to provide training opportunities that prepare potential employees for available jobs. (read more)

Poll: Voter distrust of government high

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After a tumultuous election that thrust billionaire anti-establishment Republican Donald Trump into the White House, state voters are displaying a lot of disappointment in him and government and politicians in general, according to a new poll released to The Times-Tribune on Wednesday. (read more)

Lackawanna County commissioners consider raising cremation fee

Lackawanna County may become the latest county in the region to increase its cremation fee because the opioid epidemic is requiring the coroner’s office to conduct more autopsies for overdose deaths. (read more)

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Old Forge man shares inspirational story of life after football injury

DALLAS TWP. — Kiel Eigen told his inspirational story Wednesday night to a crowd of about 300 at Misericordia University. (read more)

Civil trial in Old Forge man's death to start Monday

Opening statements are scheduled to begin Monday in the civil trial of an Old Forge woman who alleges her husband died because employees of a Dunmore ambulance company stopped efforts to resuscitate him. (read more)

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A perfect day to hit the trails

Blue skies, sunshine and temperatures in the low 60s were the order of the day Wednesday, luring outdoor enthusiasts from all walks of life, especially motorcycle and ATV riders. (read more)




Civil trial in Old Forge man's death to start Monday

Opening statements are scheduled to begin Monday in the civil trial of an Old Forge woman who alleges her husband died because employees of a Dunmore ambulance company stopped efforts to resuscitate him. (read more)

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Old Forge man shares inspirational story of life after football injury

DALLAS TWP. — Kiel Eigen told his inspirational story Wednesday night to a crowd of about 300 at Misericordia University. (read more)

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Former member to run for Scranton School Board

SCRANTON — Frustrated with the Scranton School Board, former member Christopher Phillips said he had two choices: move out of the city or “stand up and do something.” (read more)

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Man charged after reported assault in Throop

A Throop man assaulted and threatened to kill a woman Wednesday after an argument the night before, borough police said. (read more)

Lackawanna County commissioners consider raising cremation fee

Lackawanna County may become the latest county in the region to increase its cremation fee because the opioid epidemic is requiring the coroner’s office to conduct more autopsies for overdose deaths. (read more)

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Alleged pizza shop Peeping Tom sent to jail

PLAINS TWP. — He decided he could neither run nor hide from the law. (read more)

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Casey discusses economic development at roundtable

Local business officials told Sen. Bob Casey at an economic development roundtable Wednesday the federal government could do more to provide training opportunities that prepare potential employees for available jobs. (read more)

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Poll: Voter distrust of government high

After a tumultuous election that thrust billionaire anti-establishment Republican Donald Trump into the White House, state voters are displaying a lot of disappointment in him and government and politicians in general, according to a new poll released to The Times-Tribune on Wednesday. (read more)