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TUNKHANNOCK - A 22-year-old Scranton man originally charged with vehicular homicide of his father following a crash in January, pleaded guilty in Wyoming County Court Friday morning to a much lesser charge of careless driving. (read more)
Tunkhannock Twp. supervisors agreed in principle last Tuesday night (Sept. 2) to pursue zoning for the municipality. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A Less than five weeks after the Stroud Research Center completed its testing on the Susquehanna River for Procter & Gamble, a team of scientists from the Academy of Natural Sciences with Drexel University waded into the river to complete a fish study. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:09:03 12:26:29 Keystone Community Resources marked its 50th birthday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Wednesday at its new location on Bridge Street in Tunkhannock, with a renewed commitment to serve clients with developmental disabilities. (read more)
A man who claims a Tunkhannock Twp. police officer used a stun gun on him for no reason filed a federal lawsuit against the officer, township and another man. (read more)
Wyoming County commissioners voted Tuesday morning to support a resolution to clean Pennsylvania's waters and streams, noting that about a quarter of them across the state were polluted. (read more)
Lackawanna Trail School District approved an agreement with the Wyoming County Juvenile Court for contracted services to have Daralynn Carr in the schools again as a resource officer as she has been for the past couple of years. (read more)