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The first set left a little bit to be desired. The Nanticoke Trojans struggled with the pass toward the front row, and found th... [Read More]
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A man is facing assault charges in Lackawanna County for allegedly beating his 83-year-old father. Police say Frank Steinetz III, 49, assaulted his father, Frank... [Read More]
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Yet another negotiation session ended late Tuesday afternoon without an agreement between the teachers union and Dallas School District officials. The teachers have been without... [Read More]
Bill Goodling, a former schools superintendent in southern Pennsylvania who served 13 terms as a Republican congressman, staking positions on education that alternately delighted and... [Read More]
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Temple University physicist Jeff Martoff will design an experiment to try to explain dark matter with a grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation. [Read More]
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Richland Township police are reminding drivers to lock their cars after a string of recent car break-ins. [Read More]
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The Clemson defense will face different challenge this week as it prepares to take on the Boston College Eagles. [Read More]
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Joseph Santiago-Buehler is free on $5,000 unsecured bail after the shots fired incident and a subsequent standoff that lasted nearly two and a half hours. [Read More]
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For Dabo Swinney and the No. 2 Clemson Tigers (3-0, 1-0 ACC), the challenge this week is not how will they contain an offense like... [Read More]
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FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants the next edition of the Women's World Cup to draw a billion TV viewers across the world. [Read More]
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Stephon Tuitt said on his weekly radio show Tuesday that he has a “high chance” of playing Sunday against the Chicago Bears.. ... [Read More]
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 Prized prospects Scott Kingery and Tom Eshelman soaked in Citizens Bank Park Tuesday as they were named the top prospects in the Phils organization. By... [Read More]
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Those simple lollipops you enjoyed as a child, now come in flavors of condiments, cereal, and even booze. In this week'sTaste Test, Kerry Brazen had some... [Read More]
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It is history repeating itself in one of the worst of ways. Since the late 1990s, ethnic cleansing has displaced and taken the lives... [Read More]
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It is disturbing to me that a person who owns and operates a private-enterprise business cannot use his best judgment as to whether he wants... [Read More]
East Allen Township residents are being sold a "bill of goods" by the Rockefeller Group and maybe their own supervisors. The current Rockefeller request... [Read More]
It is great to see once again this country bonding together to help the two hurricane disaster areas. The United States is strong and can... [Read More]
A question asked in a recent letter to the editor was, "Who's intolerant?" It pertained to the case of the Christian Colorado bakery that refused... [Read More]
In Bill White's most recent column about gerrymandering, he writes, "It's worth reminding you which of your elected representatives prefer incumbent protection to meaningful elections... [Read More]
Truck Progress? The article on the new Mack "Anthem" was very good, but I wonder if all aspects were upgraded. Does the truck have a... [Read More]
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