Wyoming County Commissioners voted Tuesday to accept a Community Development Block Grant for $500,000 which will be used for the Disaster Relief Program to provide financial assistance to single unit residential dwellings that have been damaged by flooding. (read more)
Tunkhannock Borough Council adopted a policy that allows people at a distance to participate by electronic means, but only after a quorum has been established. (read more)
A Scranton nonprofit will lease a Wyoming County camp that was in danger of being shut down for good. (read more)
Elk Lake School Board heard public input at its regular meeting last Wednesday (Feb. 3), concerning a proposal it has been considering to seek bids for a food service management company to oversee the operations of the schools’ cafeterias. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A A 20-year-old Tunkhannock man could face as much as 12 years in prison and a $25,000 fine after accepting responsibility for his sexual involvement with three different teenagers in the fall of 2014. (read more)