Mary Therese Biebel, Times Leader

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Past articles by Mary:

Wilkes-Barre loses more than 20 old oak trees around LCTA project site

WILKES-BARRE — More than 20 large oak trees that had grown along South Pennsylvania Boulevard for decades were quickly removed on Wednesday and Thursday… → Read More

Celebrating Palm Sunday

Passing motorists sounded their horns in approval as Pastor Adam McGahee, his wife Lisa and several members of the praise team celebrated Palm Sunday outdoors… → Read More

‘God will get us through it’: Faith-filled worshippers miss getting together

It’s killing me that I can’t go to Mass,” Karen Grula of Wilkes-Barre Township said. → Read More

Teen with Down syndrome puts in long hours to excel

Quinn Crispell is a runner. → Read More

Wilkes-Barre to welcome Santa with Christmas Parade

Let’s see … There’s a large evergreen on the north side of Public Square, just waiting to blaze with lights. Artists have been painting candy canes and holly on nearby store windows, and a local [...] → Read More

‘Three Romances About Macbeth’ comes to Little Theatre of W-B

In his role as a stage manager named Glenn, Kevin Costley turns and treats his audience to a most delicious, self-satisfied smirk. Are there daggers in that… → Read More

Indian American Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania celebrates Diwali

PLAINS TOWNSHIP — As the grown-ups made their way past an array of appetizers, choosing battered vegetables and triangular pastries stuffed with spicy filling, preschooler Aria Choudhry swished… → Read More

Sweet success: igourmet offers honey boosted by talk show host

WEST PITTSTON — If you’d like to try a new variety of honey, perhaps drizzling it over a grilled fruit kebab or a wedge of imported cheese for a summer snack, Lisa Griffiths from igourmet suggests the Black Bee brand, which boasts a sweet backstory along with its sweet… → Read More

Friends of Osterhout Free Library hit $500K goal at book sale

WILKES-BARRE —Friends of the Osterhout Free Library tossed confetti and toasted each other with sparkling water around noon Friday as their president, Irene Martin, of Wilkes-Barre, officially moved the red center of a thermometer poster up to the $500,000 mark.After 42 years of book sales… → Read More

Psychology professor: Avoiding problems can lead to lasting depression

WILKES-BARRE — Think of Clint Eastwood’s character in the 2008 movie “Gran Torino.” He’s grumpy. → Read More

Hair stylist Debbie Beynon keeps old-fashioned treat on hand for customers

WYOMING — Sometimes, all it takes is a Tootsie Roll to make someone smile and → Read More

‘The Voices Project: Mental Health’ production seeks to dispel misconceptions

DALLAS TWP. —Portraying a mother whose family was affected by suicide, actor Karen Padden from → Read More

Irem Shrine Circus to visit Wilkes-Barre for 11 performances April 17-22

WILKES-BARRE — Circus chairman Joe Herbert likes aerialists, quick-change artists and animal acts, but admits → Read More

Gardening expert speaking at April 29 seminar advises less lawn, more trees

NANTICOKE — Professor Doug Tallamy has a suggestion for healthier living that may surprise you: → Read More

Charities benefit as Dance Theatre of Wilkes-Barre celebrates anniversary

WILKES-BARRE — For one especially exciting moment on the Kirby Center stage, it looked as → Read More

Sheep, goats and a Good Samaritan: Misericordia presents ‘Godspell’

DALLAS TWP. — “I came to get washed up,” Jesus tells John the Baptist, who → Read More

Hometowns Series — DALLAS: A bicentennial and, oh yeah — a university

DALLAS — They want to have the party of the century in this college town.Make → Read More

Charities to benefit from Dance Theatre of Wilkes-Barre’s 10th anniversary gala

WILKES-BARRE — If you’ve ever wished you could see your favorite doctor, former mayor or → Read More

Wilkes-Barre area churches, civic groups schedule meatless meals for Lent

WILKES-BARRE — As she left St. Andre Bessette’s fellowship hall last week, 77-year-old Rose Lynch, → Read More

Wilkes-Barre’s 6th annual Renal Race will benefit fight against kidney cancer

WILKES-BARRE — Visit a Facebook page called “nathanthesuperhero” and you’ll see 3-year-old Nathan Gray, of → Read More