Tuesday, April 15, 2014


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PA sticks with alternative lunch policy

Apr 16

Time's up to pay for school lunches at Pittston Area.
WILKES-BARRE — A state police deputy fire marshal and city fire inspector are investigating the cause of a fire that claimed the life of a woman late Monday night.

W-B house fire claims the life of woman, 51

Apr 15

Laurie Merritt died at the hospital after firefighters found her


WILKES-BARRE — A judge will have until May 5 to rule on whether a 17-year-old vehicular homicide suspect's case should be moved to juvenile court.

Judge to rule on Duda decertification

Apr 15

Vehicular homicide suspect, 17, seeks move to juvenile court


Correction

Apr 15

Kingston resident Gerald Reisinger spends considerable time in the woodsy areas of Kirby and Nesbitt parks on the Susquehanna River near the Wyoming Valley Levee and told Luzerne County officials Tuesday he continues observing problems.

Safety of riverside parks questioned

Apr 15

Susquehanna River woods vagrants criticized


WILKES-BARRE — The investigation into the city took another turn Tuesday when the FBI subpoenaed all records of a $20 million deal discussed in 2012 to lease the city's parking assets that did not materialize.

Parking Authority records subpoenaed

Apr 15

Aborted 2012 plan to lease assets focus of probe


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Apr 15

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