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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Lackawanna County Court NotesO’Malley and Brian Georgetti, Scranton; a property at 2316 Birney Ave., Scranto
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 4 hours ago
O’Malley and Brian Georgetti, Scranton; a property at 2316 Birney Ave., Scranton, for $79,780. ■ Joseph and Janet Incelli, Archbald, to Ryan Kahanic and Amanda Sowa, Archbald; a property at 2011 Farr St., Scranton, for $135,000. ■ G&M Realty LLC,... Read more
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Letters to the Editor behind every blade of grass.” That quote does hold water to the Second Amendmen
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
behind every blade of grass.” That quote does hold water to the Second Amendment right of all Americans. DAVID O’LEARY ARCHBALD Shady reasoning Editor: Mayor Bill Courtright has seen the writing on the wall. An example is the recent piece of... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINIONbehind every blade of grass.” That quote does hold water to the Second Amendmen
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
behind every blade of grass.” That quote does hold water to the Second Amendment right of all Americans. DAVID O’LEARY ARCHBALD Shady reasoning Editor: Mayor Bill Courtright has seen the writing on the wall. An example is the recent piece of... Read more
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Times Leader
People in your neighborhood: Area man intent on giving local students a helping handFumanti said. When he got out the Navy, he worked a few different jobs, includ
Times Leader / Posted yesterday
Fumanti said. When he got out the Navy, he worked a few different jobs, including working at Lockheed Martin, first in Archbald as an engineer and then in a corporate position in Maryland. After working in the corporate world, Fumanti realized... Read more
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Business Buzzprovider is supporting national relief efforts to aid those in need after Hurri
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
provider is supporting national relief efforts to aid those in need after Hurricane Harvey. Partnering with the borough of Archbald and state Rep. Kevin Haggerty, D-112, Dunmore, the company donated a trailer that was used to collect items for... Read more
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Letters to the Editor to sponsor an ad to defund Planned Parenthood is hardly vilification. Times-Tri
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
to sponsor an ad to defund Planned Parenthood is hardly vilification. Times-Tribune editors could do a better job in writing titles that do not misrepresent the intent of the letter writer. JOE ALINOSKI ARCHBALD TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE ILLUST... Read more
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YOUR OPINIONto sponsor an ad to defund Planned Parenthood is hardly vilification. Times-Tri
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
to sponsor an ad to defund Planned Parenthood is hardly vilification. Times-Tribune editors could do a better job in writing titles that do not misrepresent the intent of the letter writer. JOE ALINOSKI ARCHBALD TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE ILLUST... Read more
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Lackawanna County Court NotesBrian J. Cali, attorney. PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS ■ George W. III and Sheryl Edw
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Brian J. Cali, attorney. PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS ■ George W. III and Sheryl Edwards, Greenfield Twp., to Alexa Peregrim, Archbald; a property at 2 River St., Jessup, for $74,000. ■ Elizabeth Ann and John Redding, Jermyn, to Nicole McDonald,... Read more
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Hearing postponed for man accused of taking gun on Marywood University campusbody armor and ammunition onto the Marywood University campus will wait until l
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
body armor and ammunition onto the Marywood University campus will wait until later this month. Alex Barowski, 29, of Archbald, was due in court today. The hearing is now slated for Oct. 25. Police arrested Barowski on Oct. 4 after a student... Read more
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Man subjected to illegal search sues police, parole agentHe is now attempting to overturn his case, arguing his attorney was ineffective
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
He is now attempting to overturn his case, arguing his attorney was ineffective. The civil lawsuit, filed Wednesday by Archbald attorney Joseph Toczydlowski, alleges Spathelf and Westgate manipulated facts and evidence to support an illegal... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Down-on-his-luck gambler charged with debit card theft in Blakelyand cigarettes before dropping the card where he found it, borough police said
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
and cigarettes before dropping the card where he found it, borough police said Wednesday. Scott Hosie, 31, 311 Spring St., Archbald, is charged with theft and related counts for the Sunday incident, Patrolman Peter Petrucci wrote in a criminal... Read more
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Lackawanna County Court NotesTwp., to Kim and Meg Nudelman, Blakely, as joint tenants with rights of survivo
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
Twp., to Kim and Meg Nudelman, Blakely, as joint tenants with rights of survivorship; a property at 295 Foxtail Village, Archbald, for $250,000. ■ Clara Mitchell, Lake Ariel, to Alexander Hsin Yen Lee, Central Islip, N.Y.; a property in... Read more
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BirthsJ. Roberts, Scranton. O’MALLEY: A son, Sept. 28, to Jim and Ashley Adams O’Mal
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
J. Roberts, Scranton. O’MALLEY: A son, Sept. 28, to Jim and Ashley Adams O’Malley, Dunmore. RIXFORD: A daughter, Oct. 2, to Cody Rixford and Dawn Hoyer-Rixford, Archbald. SULLIVAN: A son, Sept. 29, to Brett and Candace Wentland Sullivan, J... Read more
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Who's NewJ. Roberts, Scranton. O’MALLEY: A son, Sept. 28, to Jim and Ashley Adams O’Mal
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
J. Roberts, Scranton. O’MALLEY: A son, Sept. 28, to Jim and Ashley Adams O’Malley, Dunmore. RIXFORD: A daughter, Oct. 2, to Cody Rixford and Dawn Hoyer-Rixford, Archbald. SULLIVAN: A son, Sept. 29, to Brett and Candace Wentland Sullivan, J... Read more
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With salt cave, local businesswoman hopes popular trend catches on in NEPAArticle Tools ARCHBALD — Coal country has a salt cave. Local businesswoman Ti
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
Article Tools ARCHBALD — Coal country has a salt cave. Local businesswoman Tiffany Cianci on Oct. 1 unveiled to the public her new shop — the Salted Pixie Holistic Living, an Archbald wellness store that she says carries a range of products popular... Read more
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VETERANShome. SAL DISTRICT 11 District 11 Sons of the American Legion, today, 3 p.m.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
home. SAL DISTRICT 11 District 11 Sons of the American Legion, today, 3 p.m., American Legion Post 869, 161 Main St., Archbald. POST 3474 AUXILIARY Dunmore VFW Post 3474 Auxiliary, Monday, 7 p.m., post home. SAL SQUADRON 665 Sons of the... Read more
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STEAMTOWN MARATHON: Why I Run?met over the years have kept me running. I’ve made some of the best friends of
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
met over the years have kept me running. I’ve made some of the best friends of my life running.” Christopher Zelno, 28 Archbald; Bib No. 1682 “I have a background in health. I’m looking to become a dietitian, and I’m actually a dietetic intern... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Oct. 7, 2017address. ■ Richard S. Bednarz, 655 Boulevard Ave., Dickson City, letters testa
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
address. ■ Richard S. Bednarz, 655 Boulevard Ave., Dickson City, letters testamentary to Brenda Kaeb, 508 Gaughan Court, Archbald. ■ Mary M. Brenne, 1204 Meadow Ave., Scranton, letters testamentary to Linda M. Buttner, 1424 E. Locust St.,... Read more
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Lackawanna County Court Notesaddress. ■ Richard S. Bednarz, 655 Boulevard Ave., Dickson City, letters testa
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
address. ■ Richard S. Bednarz, 655 Boulevard Ave., Dickson City, letters testamentary to Brenda Kaeb, 508 Gaughan Court, Archbald. ■ Mary M. Brenne, 1204 Meadow Ave., Scranton, letters testamentary to Linda M. Buttner, 1424 E. Locust St.,... Read more
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MOVIE TIMESfirst-time nominees on the ballot for induction next year into the Rock and Rol
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
first-time nominees on the ballot for induction next year into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (read more) DUNMORE — An Archbald man is facing charges after police discovered a gun, body armor, 200 rounds of ammunition and pieces of an AR-15 in... Read more
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CORRECTIONfirst-time nominees on the ballot for induction next year into the Rock and Rol
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
first-time nominees on the ballot for induction next year into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (read more) DUNMORE — An Archbald man is facing charges after police discovered a gun, body armor, 200 rounds of ammunition and pieces of an AR-15 in... Read more
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ClipboardArticle Tools Archbald Historical society: Archbald Borough Historical Societ
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
Article Tools Archbald Historical society: Archbald Borough Historical Society meeting, Monday, 7 p.m., Borough Building, 400 Church St., speaker: Rob Turlip, chairman of the committee planning the Veterans Memorial Park on Kennedy Drive,... Read more
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Police, EMS trained to work together in crisisThroop, as well as state police and county detectives. Officers quickly locate
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
Throop, as well as state police and county detectives. Officers quickly located and arrested Alexander Barowski, 28, of Archbald. No shots rang out. No one was injured. The incident was an example of how different departments work together in a... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
In wake of arrest, Marywood reviews policy amid questions of delayed notificationthe .223-caliber rifle. Barowski said he “made a poor choice” by taking the lo
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
the .223-caliber rifle. Barowski said he “made a poor choice” by taking the loaded weapon onto Marywood’s campus. Later, Archbald police went to his home at 329 N. Main St., where his family gave permission to search the residence. There,... Read more
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The Morning Call
Marywood University student arrested after bringing weapons on campus200 rounds of ammunition and a disassembled semi-automatic rifle in his truck.
The Morning Call / Posted 11 days ago
200 rounds of ammunition and a disassembled semi-automatic rifle in his truck. Twenty-eight-year-old Alexander Barowski of Archbald faces numerous charges after police went to Marywood University in Scranton to investigate reports of a man with a... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Archbald man taken into custody after having a gun, large amount of ammunition at Marywood UniversityLACKAWANNA COUNTY, Pa.-- An Archbald man was taken into custody after having a
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 11 days ago
LACKAWANNA COUNTY, Pa.-- An Archbald man was taken into custody after having a gun and a large amount of ammunition in his car on Marywood University's campus on Wednesday. Alex Barkowski, 28, was taken into custody and arraigned on charges of... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Oct. 5, 2017Mangle and Lucille MacLean Mangle, 100 Terrace Lane, Scranton, letters testamen
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
Mangle and Lucille MacLean Mangle, 100 Terrace Lane, Scranton, letters testamentary to Wayne A. Dip­pel, 1 Dippel Drive, Archbald. LAWSUIT ■ Robert Federovitch, 16 Emerald Drive, Throop, v. Thom­as D. Phillips, 10 Park Gardens, Apt. B,... Read more
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Police find gun, 200 rounds of ammunition on man at MarywoodDUNMORE — An Archbald man is facing charges after police discovered a gun, body
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
DUNMORE — An Archbald man is facing charges after police discovered a gun, body armor, 200 rounds of ammunition and pieces of an AR-15 in his truck parked at Marywood University on Wednesday. Alexander Barowski, 28, 329 N. Main St., Archbald, a... Read more
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UPDATE: Archbald man faces criminal counts after police arrest him with gun, body armor, 200 rounds of ammunitionArticle Tools DUNMORE — An Archbald man faces criminal charges after police ar
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
Article Tools DUNMORE — An Archbald man faces criminal charges after police arrested him on Marywood’s campus today with a loaded handgun, body armor and 200 rounds of ammunition of different calibers. Police charged Alex Barowski, 28, 329 N. Main... Read more
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Oct. 4, 2017for $72,000. ■ Kenneth and Linda Powell, Scott Twp., to Carol McCartney, Fores
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
for $72,000. ■ Kenneth and Linda Powell, Scott Twp., to Carol McCartney, Forest City; a property at 430 Foxtail Village, Archbald, for $204,000. ■ Ram K. and Jaya B. Bache, Ohio, to Amit Phadke and Manjiri Gadre, Clarks Summit; a property at... Read more
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Lackawanna County Council of Veterans takes a stand against athletes' protestsMerli Veterans Center in Scranton — Joe Albert and Gail Moncivais, both of Scra
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Merli Veterans Center in Scranton — Joe Albert and Gail Moncivais, both of Scranton, Ed Faatz of Dunmore and Jim Ashman of Archbald — said they felt compelled to make a statement on the protests that they view as “un-American” displays of... Read more
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Lackawanna County Council of Veterans takes a stand opposing pro athletes 'take a knee' protestsMerli Veterans Center in Scranton — Joe Albert and Gail Moncivais, both of Scra
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Merli Veterans Center in Scranton — Joe Albert and Gail Moncivais, both of Scranotn, Ed Faatz of Dunmore and Jim Ashman of Archbald — said they felt compelled to make a statement on the protests that they view as “un-American” displays of... Read more
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Lackawanna County Council of Veterans take a stand opposing pro athletes 'take a knee' protestsMerli Veterans Center in Scranton — Joe Albert and Gail Moncivais, both of Scra
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Merli Veterans Center in Scranton — Joe Albert and Gail Moncivais, both of Scranotn, Ed Faatz of Dunmore and Jim Ashman of Archbald — said they felt compelled to make a statement on the protests that they view as “un-American” displays of... Read more
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School Noteswith her cheerleading team co-captain, Lauren Crinella, and the rest of the squ
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
with her cheerleading team co-captain, Lauren Crinella, and the rest of the squad, the cheerleaders volunteered at Archbald Night Out, the Jessup Fourth of July celebration and at several birthday parties, painting faces and teaching... Read more
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Matthew Kearney and Bailey KudrichArticle Tools Announcement is made of the engagement and upcoming wedding of B
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
Article Tools Announcement is made of the engagement and upcoming wedding of Bailey Kudrich, Archbald, to Matthew Kearney, Peckville. The bride-elect is the daughter of Marc and Kelly Kudrich, Archbald. She is a graduate of Valley View High School... Read more
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VETERANSJessup. SAL DISTRICT 11 District 11 Sons of the American Legion, Oct. 8, 3 p.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
Jessup. SAL DISTRICT 11 District 11 Sons of the American Legion, Oct. 8, 3 p.m., American Legion Post 869, 161 Main St., Archbald. POST 3474 AUXILIARY Dunmore VFW Post 3474 Auxiliary, Oct. 9, 7 p.m., post home. POST 920 American Legion Post... Read more
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NEPA’s Most Wanted Fugitives,Agent Joe Harte, 570-614-7247 or 800-932-4857. CAPTURED: Dana Ray Skeen Jr. W
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
Agent Joe Harte, 570-614-7247 or 800-932-4857. CAPTURED: Dana Ray Skeen Jr. Wanted by: Pennsylvania state police, Archbald police. Fugitive since: Sept. 1. Wanted for: Burglary, robbery, criminal mischief, theft by unlawful taking,... Read more
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Mrs. Matthew KuglerArticle Tools St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Archbald, was the setting Friday for
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
Article Tools St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Archbald, was the setting Friday for the wedding of Meghan Elizabeth Healey and Matthew Simon Kugler, both of Archbald. The bride is the daughter of Frank X. and Carolyn Healey, Archbald. The bridegroom is... Read more
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Families say thanks for hospicewith a terminal illness. Hospice of the Sacred Heart helped provide 24-hour car
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
with a terminal illness. Hospice of the Sacred Heart helped provide 24-hour care for Olivia, who died when she was 2. The Archbald family walked not just in honor of the girl but also to spread the word about the services the hospice... Read more
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Times Leader
Making Wilkes-Barre’s South Main ‘cool’ againCity Tattoo, which has another shop in Scranton, and a third location for Loyal
Times Leader / Posted 16 days ago
City Tattoo, which has another shop in Scranton, and a third location for Loyalty, which has a presence in Scranton and Archbald. “We were good friends for a long time, so we thought maybe it was time to merge,” said Electric City Tattoo... Read more
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LACKAWANNA COUNTY SENTENCINGScourt supervision and a $1,000 fine for DUI — tier three, first offense. ■ Jes
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
court supervision and a $1,000 fine for DUI — tier three, first offense. ■ Jessica Narcavage, 30, 1105 E. Filbert St., Archbald, to one year of probation for retail theft. ■ Aaryn Parker, 24, 606 S. Main Ave., Scranton, to one year of court... Read more
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Lackawanna County Court NotesHill, Dalton. ■ Jean A. Calabro, also known as Jean Ann Rose Calabro, Jean Ann
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Hill, Dalton. ■ Jean A. Calabro, also known as Jean Ann Rose Calabro, Jean Ann Rose Simansky and Jean Simansky, 488 Kennedy Drive, Archbald, letters testamentary to Brian J. Calabro, 855 E. Scott St., Olyphant. ONLINE: thetimes-tribune.com/... Read more
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ClipboardArticle Tools Archbald Yearbooks available: Valley View High School class of
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Article Tools Archbald Yearbooks available: Valley View High School class of 2017 yearbooks available for pickup, Mondays through Fridays after 1 p.m., high school lobby. Clarks Summit Book sale: Friends of the Abington Community Library book... Read more
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Lackawanna County Court NotesR. Patrone and Christine M. Kelly, Philadelphia; a parcel in Jefferson Twp. for
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
R. Patrone and Christine M. Kelly, Philadelphia; a parcel in Jefferson Twp. for $55,000. ■ Kenneth and Linda Powell, Archbald, to Norman L. and Ellen S. Metzger, Archbald; a property in Archbald, for $264,000. ■ Udren Law Offices P.C.,... Read more
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GAMEFACE Grid Picks Week 6School, with shades drawn and lights off, students learned about the Ice Age an
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
School, with shades drawn and lights off, students learned about the Ice Age and the Arctic. (read more) An 18-year-old Archbald man fractured his 6-week-old daughter’s arm Sunday afternoon and waited until the following morning to bring her to... Read more
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ClipboardMonday, 7 p.m., clubhouse, 115 Colburn Ave., Clarks Summit, topic: internationa
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
Monday, 7 p.m., clubhouse, 115 Colburn Ave., Clarks Summit, topic: international outreach/orphanages; 570-587-3101. Archbald Club meeting: Friends of Cougar Baseball Booster Club monthly meeting, Oct. 19, 7 p.m., Valley View High School... Read more
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Carbondale man faces additional charged related to burglariesworth of silver coins from the property, troopers said. Skeen is also accused
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
worth of silver coins from the property, troopers said. Skeen is also accused of burglarizing R.S. Kurilla Transmission in Archbald and Leo’s Garage in Greenfield Twp. on July 24. He has been held in Lackawanna County Prison since Sept. 16. A... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Pennsylvania man accused of breaking infant daughter’s arm while drunkARCHBALD, Pa. — An 18-year-old father from Pennsylvania is behind bars, charged
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 19 days ago
ARCHBALD, Pa. — An 18-year-old father from Pennsylvania is behind bars, charged with allegedly breaking his infant daughter's arm and not taking her to the doctor until 24 hours after the incident, according to WNEP. Kylie Mlyczk, 18, of Archbald,... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Teen father accused of breaking infant daughter’s arm while drunkARCHBALD, Pa. -- An 18-year-old father from Pennsylvania is behind bars, charge
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 20 days ago
ARCHBALD, Pa. -- An 18-year-old father from Pennsylvania is behind bars, charged with allegedly breaking his infant daughter's arm and not taking her to the doctor until 24 hours after the incident, according to WNEP. Kylie Mlyczk, 18, was home... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Teen father accused of breaking infant daughter’s arm while drunkARCHBALD, Pa. – An 18-year-old father from Pennsylvania is behind bars, charged
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 20 days ago
ARCHBALD, Pa. – An 18-year-old father from Pennsylvania is behind bars, charged with allegedly breaking his infant daughter's arm and not taking her to the doctor until 24 hours after the incident, according to WNEP. Kylie Mlyczk, 18, of Archbald,... Read more
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