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2014/08/26 23:31
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Elizabeth “Liz” Randol resigned Tuesday from the Scranton Sewer Authority because she is moving to Philadelphia. Her resignation was announced by the authority during its regular monthly meeting...
2014/08/26 23:31
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2014/08/25 10:31
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Courtright facing undue pressure Editor: I cannot understand all the political and media pressure on Scranton’s administration after only seven months in office. Mayor Chris Doherty spent 12 years...
2014/08/24 05:00
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HARRISBURG - Several figures in the recently concluded court battle over employee arbitration awards in Scranton are scheduled to testify Thursday at a legislative hearing. The joint Senate-House...
2014/08/16 08:31
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When James Gibbons took the oath as a Lackawanna County judge in January, his previous job opened up. Now, everybody wants it. What would you expect in a region that has topped the unemployment...
2014/08/10 07:31
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Described as a do-or-die proposition for Scranton, the recovery plan of Mayor Bill Courtright charts a difficult voyage to financial stability. Presented July 2 by consultant Henry Amoroso, the plan...
2014/08/07 06:31
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Scranton’s commuter tax got a thumbs-up Wednesday from credit-rating firm Moody’s Investors Services. In a publication titled “Credit Outlook; Credit Implications of Current Events,” Moody’s cited...
2014/08/06 08:31
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Marichak suited for temp role Editor: I disagree with your July 31 editorial (“Alas, no place like home for school board.”) It was very obvious to a majority of the Scranton School Board directors...
2014/07/28 04:31
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Scranton’s doughboy could soon have a new home where more people can see him. Figuring there’s a better place for the doughboy statue dedicated to Col. Frank J. Duffy and other World War I casualties...
2014/07/28 04:31
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Financially-struggling Scranton needs sizable property tax hikes, donations from non-profits, union concessions, pension reforms and a commuter tax, to name a few key remedies, according to the city’s...
2014/07/25 08:31
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Even though Scranton’s government is close to bankruptcy and can’t borrow, the state Legislature and Gov. Tom Corbett have emulated its methods. The benighted city council in office in June 2012...
2014/08/26 23:31
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