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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
Marc Dickstein, Mark Dato

Marc Jason Dickstein and Mark Edward Dato were married Dec. 9 at the Liberty Warehouse, an event venue in Brooklyn. Rabbi Sonja K. Pilz officiated, with Matthew Green, a rabbinical student, participating.

Out&About on Thanksgiving Eve in downtown Scranton

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Chris Kelly: Turning the Paige

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Respondents needed for Turnpike survey

Penn State Harrisburg's Center for Survey Research and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission want drivers to fill out an online survey about their turnpike experiences. The five- to 10-minute survey mostly focuses on the Turnpike Commission's plan to gradually transition to cashless tolling over the next decade, asking respondents whether they are aware of the proposed changes and how they would like to see the initiative implemented.

75 years ago: Lackawanna County WPA projects to end in June

W. Frank Snyder, Scranton district manager of the Works Progress Administration, received word that the WPA in Lackawanna County would continue until June 1943. Originally, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an order that closed down the county's WPA on Feb. 1. The WPA received an extension because several projects were deemed vital.

State court overturns Scranton zoning rejection of couple's Airbnb rentals

The state Commonwealth Court on Friday overturned a Scranton Zoning Board rejection of a couple's renting out rooms at their upscale Green Ridge home through intermediary Airbnb. In a 14-page decision, the Commonwealth Court reversed a Lackawanna County Court ruling from February that upheld a zoning violation issued in May 2016 against the couple, George and Judith Reihner, regarding use of their home at 1010 Electric St. for Airbnb rentals.

These days, just say - no' to rustproofing

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New Harrison Avenue Bridge Opens

The new Harrison Ave bridge was opened to traffic today in Scranton. Besides the usual red ceremonial ribbon, a three shot salute by three local veterans rang out.

Remembering David St. Ledger: 'a gentleman and a scholar'

David F. St. Ledger taught courses in American history and government in the Carbondale School District for seven years and then in the Forest City Regional School District until his retirement in 1995. St. Ledger served in the U.S. Navy and served aboard the USS Toledo during the Korean War.

Scranton veteran who was at Pearl Harbor recalls attack

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Books Blessed

Rev. Bernard R. McIlhenny, S.J., dean of admissions emeritus at the University of Scranton, blessed the more than 2,000 children's books donated this year through the Panuska College of Professional Studies annual "Blessing of the Books" initiative. The books, donated by university students, faculty and staff, are distributed through area organizations.

Lackawanna County Court Notes

Gerald R. Tunney, South Abington Twp.; married Oct. 27, 2006, in Lackawanna County; Johanna L. Gelb, attorney. a Stephen Louis Sokolowski, individually and as administrator of the estate of Dolores Sokolowski, and Brian Sokolowski, heir to the estate of Dolores Sokolowski, to D&D13 Corp., Brooklyn, N.Y.; a property at 454 Greenbush St., Scranton, for $49,000.

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The 16th annual O'Malley free Christmas party will be held on Sunday, Dec. 10, 1-3 p.m. at the Keyser Valley Community Center at Keyser Ave. and Jackson St. in Scranton. Children from pre-school to fifth grade are welcome to attend.

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At least one of the two developers interested in buying Lackawanna County's Administration Building would convert the space into apartments, he said. Think of it as the radar that keeps your car rolling along rather than helping a police officer pull you over.

Shared love of music leads to friends forming rock duo

SUBMITTED PHOTO Kyle Lukasewicz, left, and Steve Zampano make up the duo Black Hole Heart, an alternative and punk rock band based in Scranton. The two are working on a new EP, "Screaming on Mute," as well as the band's first full-length album.

Former CTC teacher charged with additional sexual assault counts

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Christmas party: Dunmore High School class of 1974 Christmas party, Dec. 16, 6-11 p.m., Regal Room in Olyphant, $25, includes family-style dinner, cash bar and band; Paul Williams, 570-430-4688 by Saturday. Christmas dinner: 24th annual Bob Bolus Sr. Christmas Day Dinner, Dec. 25, noon-6 p.m., St. Patrick's Church, Jackson Street, Scranton.

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