Gigi Holmes built a career out of being there for the people of Northeast Pennsylvania during their milestones. (read more)
SCRANTON — A religious flag flew below the American flag on a bamboo pole Saturday at a city park, where local followers of the Kirat religion celebrated their culture in the country that welcomed many of them as refugees. A mix of modern and traditional (read more)
Tom Petty was right. The waiting is the hardest part. I spent Thursday haunting the lobby of an office building in Norristown. The chairs there are my style — chunky midcentury mahogany with coal-black cushions tacked to creamy backs. Oh so comfortable. I (read more)
SCRANTON — Grilled burgers, balloon animals and more drew parents and kids wrapped in towels from the pool at Nay Aug Park to a park pavilion Saturday, some taking a break from swimming to get their faces painted or grab an ice pop. All of the above, incl (read more)
One word consistently slips out of Helen Cummings’ mouth as she sits in the office at St. Ann’s Basilica: grateful. (read more)
For years, the nine-day Solemn Novena in honor of Jesus Christ’s grandmother featured Masses in foreign languages, including Polish and Italian, as a nod to the culture that helped shape the community around the West Scranton basilica. So, when the Rev. J (read more)
July 15, 1968 New pool complex opens The new Lincoln-Kennedy Swim Complex at Nay Aug Park in Scranton opened as about 500 adults and children gathered for an informal ribbon-cutting ceremony. Mayor James Walsh, Councilman James Doherty, Public Safety Dire (read more)
A company that wants to drill for natural gas in the Delaware watershed will get a second chance to challenge the Delaware River Basin Commission’s authority to regulate the activity. The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled U.S. District Judge Rob (read more)
BY SARAH HOFIUS HALL, STAFF WRITER / Published: July 16, 2018
CANAAN TWP. — The Wayne County Coroner has identified a man found dead near an overturned ATV this morning.
Joseph P. Mazzarino, 31, of Manasquan, New Jersey, was pronounced dead at 8:36 a.m. after he was found along the edge of Savage Road, near the ATV. No witnesses have come forward, according to Coroner Edward Howell.
An autopsy is planned for Tuesday to determine cause and manner of death.
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