Friends, colleagues mourn loss of William Sordoni
William B. Sordoni, who was known for his business leadership and mentorship as well as his community involvement, died Wednesday at age 73.
Sordoni served in various leadership roles in Sordoni Construction Services, Commonwealth Telephone and Sterling Industrial Corporation from 1968 until his retirement in 2010.
Officials: Weinstein to surrender in sexual misconduct probe
Woman convicted of directing girl, 6, to lie about rape
A Luzerne woman accused of concocting a story with her boyfriend to win a custody dispute by having a 6-year-old girl lie about being sexually abused was convicted at trial Thursday.
Morgan Freeman apologizes in wake of harassment accusations
Chicken Coop owner admits pocketing sales tax
The owner of The Chicken Coop restaurant pleaded guilty Thursday to charges alleging he failed to pay more than $67,000 in taxes to the state.
Edwardsville Pierogi Festival relocates to park for fifth annual event
The return of bazaars can only mean one thing — the return of pierogi. Those who love the Polish food should make their way to the fifth annual Edwardsville Pierogi Festival, which runs Friday, June 8, from noon to 10 p.m., and Saturday, June 9, from 10 a
Search for missing Old Forge businessman continues
OLD FORGE — Nearly 16 months after Old Forge restaurateur Robert Baron disappeared, police activity in the borough Wednesday suggests a wider probe. Lackawanna County detectives and Old Forge police returned to Ghigiarelli’s restaurant to do some “additio
Scene and Heard: Summer is upon us
It seems like spring has just sprung, yet the official start to summer is this weekend — Memorial Day. It’s the perfect weekend to fire up the grill with some friends, or head to the Montage Mountain Water Park, which opens for the season on Saturday, May
Today’s Hot Shot
Little “Bella” was born Aug. 9, 2017, and is enjoying her first Spring planting season. Adopted through Whiskers World, she got these flowers for her ‘Mom,’ Loriann O’Malia, for Mother’s Day. “She is very happy in her ‘fur-ever’ home with her brothers!,”
Northeastern PSEA-Retired scholarship presented
Members of PSEA-Retired presented their annual scholarship to Lauren Bezek a junior mathematics major at Wilkes University. Bezek is enrolled in the honors program and ranks in the top 10 percent of her class with a 4.0 GPA. She has participated in severa