'Armageddon' on roadways as season's first snow falls
Theresa John-Janus has never seen anything like it.
Stay home! City says stay off snowy streets; Storm closings and cancellations
Gridlock and accidents are reported throughout Luzerne County early Thursday evening, as heavy snow has turned roads treacherous. No serious injuries had been reported as of 6:30 p.m., but emergency scanner frequencies crackled with reports of crashes and
'Hee Haw' star Roy Clark dies
Country star Roy Clark, the guitar virtuoso and singer who headlined the cornpone TV show "Hee Haw" for nearly a quarter century and was known for such hits as "Yesterday When I was Young" and "Honeymoon Feeling," has died. He was 85.
Slaying victim's son ejected from courtroom for outburst
As he listened to a deputy coroner testify about the injuries his father suffered, Daniel Boote stood toward the back of the courtroom Thursday morning shaking his head.
VALLEY SANTA: Disabled mom asks for gifts for two daughters
Amanda, a disabled single mother, said she is doing her best to take care of her two daughters and keep a roof over their heads. With the cost of rent, bills, transportation and necessities, however, she said, “We barely scrape by and holidays and birthda
Trans-Siberian Orchestra marks 20 years with revamped Christmas show
Members of Trans-Siberian Orchestra — the international best-selling rock-opera band — look for certain things in the audience from their vantage points on stage. Amid the thunderous, firey blasts and blazing lights that accompany the symphony of electrif
Ali Baba Liquor Lounge management scrutinized at hearing
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — As the Ali Baba Liquor Lounge seeks renewal of its liquor license, authorities on Wednesday presented a state Liquor Control Board hearing officer with a laundry list of troubling incidents that have unfolded at the notorious club over
Best Bets: Five things to do this week
NEPA Philharmonic Chamber Series Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic presents the first concert in its Chamber Series on Thursday, Nov. 15. In “The Viennese Schools,” violinist Gabriel Schaff will perform music of the First and Second Viennese Schools
Bridge work timeline infuriates W-B residents
WILKES-BARRE — Work to rebuild the long-closed North Washington Street Bridge is imminent, but much to the dismay of neighborhood residents and former bridge travelers, the project likely will take more than four years to complete. With federal funding fo
Court Notes 11/15/18
PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS n George M. Albright III et al. to William A. Beers, $235,000; Nuangola. n Patrick T. Busch et al. to Daniel Nowak, $120,000; Kingston. n John Mihalchik et al. to Susan J. Polinchak et al., $109,000; Hanover Twp. n Susan M. Mac A’Bha