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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
Police: 1 dead, suspect held in Kentucky school shooting

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Rental trend squeezing affordable housing market

Fewer people own their homes, and that's squeezing the rental market as more families sign leases instead of mortgages. The median cost to rent an apartment in Pennsylvania swelled 5%, from $822 to $859 between 2011 and 2016, according to the most recent U.S. Census Bureau data.

Dunmore DPW Worker Critically Injured After Falling From Garbage Truck

Police say the Dunmore DPW worker was seriously injured last Thursday when he fell off the garbage truck he was riding on. Dunmore police say Butler was standing on the back of the truck while riding down the 200 block of West Grove Street in the borough when the step he was standing on snapped off.

Will Smoking Pot Harm Your Heart? Experts Weigh In

Anyone worried that smoking a lot of pot could lead to a heart attack or stroke will just have to keep worrying for the time being. There's not enough scientific evidence to say one way or the other how marijuana affects heart health, a new review has concluded.

Police: Woman exposes herself at Japanese restaurant

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PSP: One dead, another wounded in Susquehanna crash

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Genealogical society closes, distributes records

JAKE DANNA STEVENS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Jessica Serrenti, left, community relations officer, and Martina Soden, head of reference services, display documents from the former Genealogical Research Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania at the Albright Memorial Library in Scranton. Family history books from the former Genealogical Research Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania at Albright Memorial Library in Scranton on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2 018.

100 Years Ago: Eighth annual Scranton Auto Show opens

The eighth annual Scranton Car Show opened at the 13th Regiment Armory, organized by attorney Hugh Andrews and the Scranton Motor Trades Association. Lackawanna Auto Co., Conrad Motor Car, Packard, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge Brothers and Franklin were among the automakers showing off their latest models at the show.

District proposes two-year contract, wage freeze to Scranton teachers

The Scranton School District wants its teachers to accept a two-year contract that freezes salaries, increases workload and eliminates extra pay. As the district attempts to find a way to balance its 2018 budget and reduce the estimated $40 million deficit, teachers work under a contract that expired in August.

Greenhouse Project offers hands-on education

CHRISTOPHER DOLAN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Rebekah King of Tinton Pots and Plants shows a succulent plant to Sarah Kinney of Scranton during a workshop at the greenhouse at Nay Aug Park in Scranton on Sunday, Jan. 21, Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer Megan MacGregor of Nanticoke moves dirt from the roots of a succulent plant during a workshop at the greenhouse at Nay Aug Park in Scranton on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018. The Greenhouse Project held a workshop on succulent plants Sunday at the James Barrett McNulty Greenhouse at Nay Aug Park in Scranton.

Craft Malt Direct helping home brewers

Varying roasts of wheat and malted wheat that Jim Babinski sells and will sell on his online store. Jake Danna Stevens / Staff Photographer Jim Babinski of Scranton boils wort as he makes beer in his kitchen on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017.

Namedropper, 1/21/2018

Representatives from the Mid Valley School District accept a donation from the Build a Spartan Foundation. From left: Paul Macknosky, school board president; Don Healey, Build a Spartan Foundation president; Superintendent Patrick J. Sheehan and Donna Dixon, school board treasurer.

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TRIBUNE ARCHIVES Customers line up along the counter of Burschel's Dairy to purchase some of the rapidly dwindling milk supply on Nov. 20, 1947. Due to the ongoing milk strike, there were no milk deliveries.

Chef's Table: P.J. Scanlan's Restaurant

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NEPA airports receive state funding

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First Amendment Suit Over Working on MLK Day Dismissed

A federal judge has tossed a lawsuit filed by a school custodian who claimed he was transferred because of his union's complaint about working on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. U.S. District Judge Richard P. Conaboy of the Middle District of Pennsylvania granted Pittson Area School District's motion for summary judgment.

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