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Scranton is located in the northeastern part of Pennsylvania. Present-day Scranton and the surrounding area had been inhabited by the native Lenape tribe, from whose language "Lackawanna" (or "le-can-hanna", meaning "stream that forks") is derived. Gradually, settlers from New England came to the area in the late 1700s, establishing mills and other small businesses, and their village became known as Slocum Hollow.

Population: 72485
Local Newspapers: The Times-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees (Triple A Baseball) Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (AHL)
Local Colleges: Lackawanna College Marywood University

Zip Codes associated with scranton, pennsylvania: 18503 18504 18505 18507 18508 18509 18510 18512 18517 18519
Towns/Cities near scranton, pennsylvania : Dunmore Taylor Moscow Clarks Summit Clarks Green Archbald Olyphant Dickson City Carbondale Mt Cobb Jessup

Scranton News
'Evil Dead' musical brings cult classic to stage

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Local History: After hit show put Scranton on map, first-ever convention showed off city

Dressed as The Office character Dwight Schrute from left, Corey McCarthy, 26, of Cincinnati, Ohio and Kevin Marion, 37, of Covington, Kentucky strike a pose on Saturday night. McCathy was the winner.

100 years ago: President Taft to visit Scranton

Scranton should install historical markers for notable black residents as part of an effort to recognize the city's diverse history, an advocate told city council this week. A bank customer struggled with a robber Friday afternoon, taking a bag of stolen money as well as his gun and mask before the robber fled.

Remains of Marine killed in WWII coming home

Albert and Catherine Hannon named their third son Harold Patrick, but everyone called him Tidley. He earned the nickname as a kid in Scranton's Bellevue section, a nod to his prowess at tidleywinks, as the childhood game was sometimes spelled at the time.

Volunteers Pack 10,000 Meals for Kids in Scranton

Grove Church teamed up with the groups Here For A Reason and Generosity Feeds to put together 10,000 meals for children in the Scranton School District on Saturday. Each meal has a mix of black beans and rice that a parent only needs to add water to make.

In Your Neighborhood

The Annual Fall Craft Show is sponsored at Schuylkill Technology Center. Admission is free at the school off Route 61, on Technology Drive in Frackville, Saturday, Nov. 4 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The event has nearly 40 craft, food & direct-sale vendors with unique gifts, decorations, and treats.

Students exposed to STEM fields

BUTCH COMEGYS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER G.A.R. High School 8th grader Samir Muhammad, 14, left, picks up a plastic object with his scissors device that he made from an epilog laser printer during a STEM workshop held at the Luzrne County Community College Scranton campus at the Marketplace at Steamtown on Friday. At right is G.A.R. High School junior Peter Genao, 16. BUTCH COMEGYS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER G.A.R. High School junior Peter Genao, 16, works on a lab project, while a classmate jokingly uses his plastic scissors or grabbers near his hair during a STEM workshop held at the Luzerne County Community College Scranton campus at the Marketplace at Steamtown on Friday.

Educator assembling trove of medical artifacts, documents

Digging in a trove of artifacts from the Luzerne County Medical Society, Dr. Gerald Tracy found a 100-year-old letter with a modern shoe print on it. It bears an Oxford letterhead, the last name Taylor in the salutation and a squiggly signature at the bottom as the only identifying information.

Lawyer votes with feet; did mayor trim barbers?

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County implementing locking phone sleeves Monday in Family Court

Lackawanna County Sheriff Mark McAndrew holds a lockable phone sleeve, right, and an unlocking device Friday at his office at the Lackawanna County Courthouse in downtown Scranton. BUTCH COMEGYS STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Starting next week, members of the public attending Lackawanna County Family Court proceedings will be subject to new protocol aimed at preventing unauthorized cellphone use in the courtroom.

First Hospital workers go on strike

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USPS planning to move post office out of federal building in Scranton

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Pennsylvania man accused of choking woman over iPad passcode

The Times-Tribune reports Scranton police say 34-year-old Bret Hedden attacked Arlene Vinup on Wednesday night during an argument because she no longer wanted him to use her iPad. Hedden is charged with strangulation, simple assault and harassment.

Teen sentenced in cop's death pleads guilty in separate case

A teen serving up to 18 years in state prison over the death of a Scranton police officer pleaded guilty this week to possessing a stolen vehicle in a separate case. Nasiir Jones, 19, of Scranton on Wednesday pleaded guilty to a felony count of receiving stolen property after prosecutors say he was found in possession of a stolen vehicle on Interstate 81. According to a police affidavit, troopers were dispatched to I-81 near Hazleton the afternoon of June 18, 2015, to a report of a vehicle crash.

Teen sentenced in officer's death pleads guilty in separate case

A teen serving up to 18 years in state prison over the death of a Scranton police officer pleaded guilty this week to possessing a stolen vehicle in a separate case. Nasiir Jones, 19, of Scranton on Wednesday pleaded guilty to a felony count of receiving stolen property after prosecutors say he was found in possession of a stolen vehicle on Interstate 81. According to a police affidavit, troopers were dispatched to I-81 near Hazleton the afternoon of June 18, 2015, to a report of a vehicle crash.

Wilkes-Barre's police evaluation talks go on

Officials are in the process of deciding the scope of an assessment of Police Department operations, city council was told Thursday - a day after a former Scranton police chief was fired from the force. Councilman Tony Brooks asked Councilman Bill Barrett at Thursday's council meeting for an update on talks with the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association since council on Oct. 5 authorized the administration to hire the association to perform an organizational assessment.

Arlington and Bridgeport Settle All Currently Pending Litigation

As part of the settlement, Arlington received an additional $1.37 million for the judgment in case No. 3:06-cv-1105 in the Middle District of Pennsylvania against Bridgeport's 3838ASP and 3838SP Whipper-Snap Duplex connectors.

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