Airport board told of bear shooting PITTSTON TWP. — When a helicopter pilot spotted a family of black bears on the grounds of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport last week, officials said staff had no choice but to remove the potential threat. Airport staff shot and killed a 275 More
Scranton seniors remember Halloween traditons When Bernard Karmolinski was growing up Northeast Pennsylvania the 1940s, Halloween wasn’t about trick-or-treating or dressing up, it was about causing mayhem. The 86-year-old joyfully told stories of tipping over outhouses, ripping up fences and lighting More
John Namey, Pennsylvania Father, Believes Lawn Was Vandalized With Swastika Because Daughter Is Gay A Pennsylvania man says he believes his home is being targeted by vandals because his daughter is openly gay. As WPXI Channel 11 reports, John Namey woke up on the morning ... Review as saying. Swastika Burned In Yard of PA. Family With Lesbian Daughter ... 07/8/2013 - 12:38 am | View Link
Swastika burned in yard of W. Pa. family SARVER -- A swastika burned into a western Pennsylvania family's yard has prompted an investigation. John Namey said his family woke up Thursday and saw the swastika. Namey said he was not sure why the family was targeted, but he also said his daughter is ... 07/5/2013 - 6:01 pm | View Link
Police, FBI investigate swastika burned in yard of Pa. family with lesbian daughter SARVER, Pa. — A swastika burned into a western Pennsylvania family’s yard has prompted a police and FBI investigation. John Namey said his family woke up Thursday morning and saw the swastika. Namey is not sure why the family was targeted, but that his ... 07/5/2013 - 3:44 pm | View Link
Swastika burned in family's yard SARVER, Pa. (AP) — Police are investigating after a swastika was burned into the yard of western Pennsylvania family. John Namey of Sarver says he's not sure why the family is being targeted, TV station WTAE (http://bit.ly/17REyjU ) reports Friday. 07/5/2013 - 7:39 am | View Link
Swastika burned in yard of W. Pa. family SARVER, Pa. (AP) — Local police and the FBI are investigating after a swastika was burned into the yard of western Pennsylvania family. John Namey of Sarver says he’s not sure why the family was targeted, but that his daughter is gay and has been ... 07/5/2013 - 7:23 am | View Link
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Many people who move to Arlington Ridge, says Maggie Gaffen, a four-decade resident who’s raised a family there, find that they never want to leave. Among the many reasons, she says, are the South Arlington neighborhood’s proximity to the District and its compact size. “It’s very small, and people get to know each other,” said Gaffen, communications director of the Arlington Ridge Civic Association (ARCA).
D. C. Police said they are looking for a man who attacked a police officer with an ax early Friday in Northeast. The incident happened around 3 a.m. near 13th and Perry streets NE when the D. C. police officer was approached by a man who had an ax, authorities said.
Most Americans have heard that the era of the driverless car looms just over the horizon, but they’re not eager to use one because they fear that giving up the steering wheel just isn’t safe. The University of Michigan’s Transportation Research Institute has surveyed people globally and in the United States to see whether they are mentally prepared for the automotive evolution that within 10 to 15 years is expected to put hands-free cars on the road.
This mayoral race has had a little bit of everything, but not — until Thursday — a Ronald Moten music video. And let’s be honest: Whatever you think of the activist, promoter, organizer, former Republican candidate, erstwhile nonprofit chieftain, Muriel Bowser supporter and occasional defendant, this campaign season has been poorer for it.
The man accused in the high-profile disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is scheduled to make his first appearance in Fairfax County court Friday morning on charges related to a separate 2005 sex assault. Read full article >>