Little League Roundup: Tunkhannock softball wins regional opener
Even at the Eastern Regional tournament, runs are proving hard to come by against Tunkhannock — and so are hits.
Residents against sober house
Editor: We are not a group opposed to people getting help and rehabilitation. We are concerned residents and taxpayers of the Borough of Luzerne and County of Luzerne opposed to an unlicensed sober house in a residential neighborhood owned by someone not
Out & About at Leadership W-B Dinner and Graduation
Leadership Wilkes-Barre honored the Class of 2018 recently during the 37th annual dinner and graduation at Mohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp.
November: One month's toll
Twenty-two people died of drug overdoses in Luzerne County in November 2017, according to the county coroner’s office. The Citizens’ Voice is naming only those whose families agreed to be interviewed. n Nov. 1: Matthew Swiderski, 29, from Nanticoke. n Nov
Ice business keeps its cool during hot temperatures
SWOYERSVILLE — Heat waves in July may have slowed some people down, but not workers at Bayo’s Ice Co. As temperatures soared into the 90s this month, workers inside the Swoyersville company quickly filled bags of ice and stacked them in 40-degree rooms to
David J. Nutaitis, Hanover Twp. and Leeann M. Traub, Hanover Twp. Vanessa Dawn Heeter, Wilkes-Barre and David J. Buckley, Wilkes-Barre. Mariya Azhar, Tobyhanna and Keshawn C. Davis, Tobyhanna. Bradley C. Frame, Hanover Twp. and Brittany Lynn Williamson, H
Social media and school board scandal
Everybody knows the drill by now. Celebrity A, Politician B or Journalist C posts something untoward on social media. Twitter mobs gather. Advertisers balk. Careers and reputations are ruined. Trouble is always just a “share” button away when you’re tryin
Local college to offer scholarships Lackawanna College will provide two full-tuition scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year to clients from Maternal and Family Health Services in an effort to continue to provide affordable, high-quality educational op
Court Notes 7/22/18
MORTGAGES n Patrick M. Hadley from FNCB Bank, $80,000; Poole Street, Pittston Twp. n Daniel A. Lello et al. from Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania, $100,000; Penn Avenue, Dupont. n Nicholas Wilk from Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. et al., $193,