Steve Mocarsky, The Citizens' Voice

Steve Mocarsky

The Citizens' Voice

Wilkes-Barre, PA, United States

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Past articles by Steve:

Tuesday's heat was a record breaker in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton

If you spent any time outside Tuesday and thought it was unusually hot for late May, you were right on the money. → Read More

Vandal cut Larksville woman's sewer pipe

Larksville police are investigating a report of a cut sewer pipe. → Read More

Earth Day event for kids set for Friday in Nesbitt Park

Earth Day Along the Susquehanna River will return to Luzerne County on Friday after a two-year hiatus. → Read More

Wilkes-Barre health department temporarily closes downtown eatery

WILKES-BARRE — The city Health Department has temporarily shut down a restaurant on Public Square. → Read More

Fees increase at Wilkes-Barre golf courses as board deals with inflation

WILKES-BARRE — Golfers at both of the city’s golf courses will see fees bumped up a bit this season. → Read More

Mayor touts paving, infrastructure projects in Wilkes-Barre

WILKES-BARRE — Mayor George Brown recently announced street paving and infrastructure projects in the city. → Read More

Anthracite Café gets go-ahead for outdoor pavilion

WILKES-BARRE — A popular city restaurant got zoning approval Wednesday to build a pavilion for outdoor dining. → Read More

Wilkes-Barre police investigating shooting on North Main Street

​WILKES-BARRE — One person was shot Tuesday afternoon near the intersection of North Main and North streets, and police believe the incident is the latest in a string of related → Read More

Disciplinary board reprimands prominent local attorney

The Disciplinary Board of the state Supreme Court publicly reprimanded a prominent local attorney on Friday. → Read More

Duryea police ask public to report stolen vehicle sightings

DURYEA — Borough police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a stolen vehicle and report any sightings. → Read More

Tickets on sale for Luzerne County's Got Talent show

Tickets are now on sale for the inaugural Luzerne County’s Got Talent show next month. → Read More

Wilkes-Barre announces 2022 property tax payment schedule

The City of Wilkes-Barre on Friday announced the 2022 property tax payment schedule. → Read More

Getting free N95 masks locally is hit-and-miss so far

At least two local pharmacies have begun distributing free N95 face masks from the federal government. → Read More

Mayor hopeful Wilkes-Barre ice rink will open next weekend

A new ice skating rink could open on Public Square as soon as next weekend. → Read More

Parks and streets are among Brown's priorities in 2022

Some Wilkes-Barre projects that seemingly didn’t get much traction in 2021 are still on the mayor’s radar. → Read More

New COVID-19 cases hit quadruple digits Sunday in Luzerne County

The number of new cases of COVID-19 in Luzerne County exceeded 1,000 for the first time ever on Sunday. → Read More

City Market & Café in Wilkes-Barre closes for good

City Market & Café on Public Square in downtown Wilkes-Barre has permanently closed, the owner confirmed on Tuesday. → Read More

Year in review: COVID-19 vaccines

If “COVID” was the word of the year in 2020, “vaccine” might hold that designation for 2021. → Read More

Luzerne County passes 1,000 COVID-related deaths

Luzerne County reached a grim milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday: 1,000 COVID-related deaths. → Read More

New convenience store proposed for downtown Wilkes-Barre

A new convenience store could be opening early next year in downtown Wilkes-Barre. → Read More