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Past articles by Suzanne:

Montrose Area Teachers’ Threat

MONTROSE -- As families in the Montrose area prepare to go back to school, there is a sense of concern about what September will bring. The teachers union is pledging to have its members actually resign from jobs like yearbook advisor and homework coach if a labor dispute is not resolved. → Read More

Fox Fears in Schuylkill County

WEST MAHANOY TOWNSHIP -- An 8-year-old boy has a terrifying tale to tell after a fox attacked him, biting him over and over. Now, another fox in his neighborhood has tested positive for rabies and the county is telling people to be on alert. → Read More

Contractor Contrite after Collapse in Frackville

FRACKVILLE -- A contractor from Schuylkill County who saw his demolition project go wrong is apologizing to the community for any inconvenience he caused. The building he was demolishing collapsed in Frackville Wednesday, closing roads and knocking out utilities. → Read More

Music Man’s Viral Video Vanquishes Vandal

PALMERTON -- A music store owner in Carbon County has a message for would-be vandals: smile for the camera! Security video shows the vandal struggle to flip the heavy concrete bench in front of Prodigy Studios in Palmerton. The bench is toppled and cracked. → Read More

Shoppers Head to HomeGoods Grand Opening

SCRANTON -- Shoppers in Lackawanna County checked out a brand new store on Sunday. HomeGoods opened its first store in our area, and there are other new shops on the way at the Viewmont Mall. Until now, people who wanted to shop at a HomeGoods had to drive to the Binghamton area. → Read More

Couple Found Dead Inside Home in Luzerne County

FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP -- Police are investigating after two people were found dead in their home in Luzerne County. A middle-aged man and woman were found dead in a home on Kirby Avenue in Fairview Township around 10 a.m. Saturday, the Fairview Township police chief said. → Read More

Restaurant Theft Caught on Camera

SCRANTON -- A restaurant in downtown Scranton is getting some attention for a video it posted of customers behaving badly. On Wednesday, managers at Osaka on Adams Avenue posted security video of a customer grabbing a backpack belonging to a busboy. → Read More

Wet Weather Wilts Winners

LIMESTONE TOWNSHIP -- It was a beautiful evening for the start of the 79th annual Montour-DeLong Community Fair near Washingtonville. But the impact of last week's storms and floods is still being felt. Suann Leighow is looking for winners among the veggies she brought to the fair. → Read More

An Overdue Welcome Home

RICE TOWNSHIP -- A parade of motorcycles, fire trucks, and military vehicles rolled through two counties on Sunday. The goal was to give veterans of Vietnam and Korea the welcome home some feel they never received. → Read More

Big Tree, Big Problems

NICHOLSON TOWNSHIP -- It took just a day or two for most communities hit by Monday's storm to clean up, but in a part of Wyoming County, people spent five frustrating days waiting for a huge tree to be taken out of the road. → Read More

Fighting for Fair Districts

SCRANTON -- Ever wonder why some legislative districts have such a strange shape? Organizers of a rally in Scranton say if you think the political system is broken, stopping gerrymandering is the way to fix it. → Read More

Hero Honored 68 Years After Deadly Fire

LOWER TOWAMENSING TOWNSHIP -- A man who died trying to save two children from a fire in Carbon County was honored more than six decades after he lost his life. → Read More

Community Bands Together to Help Family After a Fatal Fire in Carbon County

MAHONING TOWNSHIP -- Teddy bears, angels, and flowers are among a memorial that is growing on Beaver Run Drive near Lehighton in the spot where Vahnne Gower, 9, lost her life in a fire early Saturday morning. → Read More

Shooting Suspect Tells Police: Boyfriend Wanted to Die Because of Cult

COOLBAUGH TOWNSHIP -- A man was shot and killed in his home in the Poconos. Police say Barbara Rogers shot and killed her boyfriend Stephen Mineo early Saturday morning in their apartment near Tobyhanna. → Read More

Deadly Shooting Outside Bar in Plymouth

PLYMOUTH -- One man is dead and another is in custody after a shooting outside a bar in Plymouth. State police say Anthony James Wisneski, 34, of Nanticoke, was shot outside Risnick's Bar on East Main Street in Plymouth just before 2 a.m. Sunday. → Read More

Funeral for Overdose Victim Whose Obituary Poem Went Viral

SELINSGROVE -- At Delaney Farrell's funeral there were photos everywhere, but her beauty hid a painful truth: a battle with heroin that took her life July 1. Friends and family packed a funeral home in Selinsgrove Saturday to say farewell. "It's really hard. → Read More

Remembering Victims of Deadly Back Mountain Crash

DALLAS TOWNSHIP -- Flowers lay alongside debris in the spot where two young people were killed in a crash on Kunkle Road near Harveys Lake. Their car collided with a tree just before 5 p.m. Saturday. → Read More

New Fire Hall Celebrated in Wayne County

NEWFOUNDLAND-- Sirens screamed, veterans saluted and there were plenty of waves and smiles, as the annual 4th of July parade made its way down Main Street in Newfoundland. This year folks here have a extra reason to celebrate. The new Greene-Dreher fire hall is finally, officially open. → Read More

Fire Company Prepares for Final Go-Around for Summer Bazaar

FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP -- Funnel cakes or a fire tax? That's the question in one Luzerne County community. After more than 40 years, Mountaintop Hose Company No. 1 will hold its final bazaar next month -- and to replace that revenue, officials are asking for a new tax to be imposed on residents. → Read More

Money Stolen from 8-year-old Child’s Lemonade Stand

TUNKHANNOCK-- Saturday was one of the busiest days of the year in Tunkhannock. Owen Shylkofski,8, set up a lemonade stand at his family's yard sale to take advantage of the crowd. Less than a week earlier he had seen a house in his neighborhood go up in flames. → Read More