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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
Scranton elementary students, veterans mark Memorial Day

Students from Charles Sumner School Elementary in Scranton, sing and wave their flags during a Memorial Day Observance concert held at the school for veterans and family members on Thursday. Butch Comegys / Staff Photographer Students from Charles Sumner Elementary School in Scranton, sing a patriotic song during a Memorial Day Observance concert held at the school for veterans and family members on Thursday.

Remembering Missing Girl Last Seen in Scranton in 1986

Lackawanna County officials marked National Missing Children's Day with a special tribute to an 11-year-old girl who went missing three decades ago. Her mother and three siblings return to the Electric City every year on the anniversary of when she went missing.

As Clinton emerges from the woods, what will her role be?

Forty-eight years after she gave her first commencement address at Wellesley College, Hillary Clinton returns on Friday to offer another - and once again, she's at a crossroads in her life. The first time, she was 21 years old and eager to take on life's adventures, a graduating senior whose bold speech delighted her classmates, dismayed the school's president, and made it into Life magazine.

Coroner: 65-year-old man died of smoke inhalation in fire

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Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees members received awards during the local Pike/Wayne chapter's May meeting. From left: Patricia Spoor, Barbara Spinelli, volunteer of the year; and chapter president Ellen Keefer, who received an award for meeting chapter goals.

New Middle Eastern market opens in downtown Scranton

Access the Citizens' Voice e-Edition on your computer or smart device in its original print format. Home delivery subscribers can read it free! Digital Only Subscription Read the digital e-Edition of The Citizens' Voice on your PC or mobile device, and have 24/7 access to breaking news, local sports, contests, and more at citizensvoice.com or on our mobile apps.

Sewer Authority Says No to Auditor General

Members of the Scranton Sewer Authority voted against bringing in the state auditor general to review the multi-million dollar deal and the legal fees surrounding the agency's sale to Pennsylvania American Water. The vote comes just three weeks after a Newswatch 16 investigation into the legal fees showed 50 lawyers were getting paid in the deal.

Peter Luger Is Suing a Pennsylvania Steakhouse Over Its Name

Famed New York City steakhouse Peter Luger is suing Scranton, Pennsylvania restaurant Carl von Luger Steak & Seafood for trademark infringement, the Associated Press reports . According to the lawsuit, filed by Peter Luger Inc. last week, the owner of the Scranton restaurant, Robert Dickert, once worked at the landmark New York City steakhouse and is now attempting to trade on Peter Luger's "famous marks and sterling reputation."

Swingin' On Vine returns with music, raffles and food for benefit of library system

The eighth annual Swingin' On Vine block party, held in front of Albright Memorial Library, 500 Vine St., Scranton, ushers in summer on Friday, May 26. "[It's] the unofficial kick-off of summer in this area ... without exception, it has been a great time," Finnerty said. Finnerty describes the party as "an opportunity to show off the Albright building, which is Scranton's finest," as well as a "tremendous bargain" for supporters of the library.

St. Mary's Byzantine to host rib barbecue

St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church, 310 Mifflin Ave., Scranton, will hold its annual Old Fashioned Rib Barbecue Dinner on Sunday, June 4, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at St. Mary's Center. Dinner is open to the public.

Friends of the Poor names new CEO and president

Investigators hunted Tuesday for possible accomplices of the suicide bomber who attacked an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, killing 22 people and sparking a stampede of young concertgoers, some still wearing the American pop star's trademark kitten ears and holding pink balloons. THROOP - One of the winners of last Tuesday's primary election saw his tenure on borough council begin earlier than expected Monday.

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COURTESY OF OLD FORGE POLICE DEPARTMENT Old Forge Police Officers Colleen Catanese and Robert Harris wear the awards they received from the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 63 on Saturday. Both are nominated for a Carnegie Medal.

Gerrity's in Clarks Summit now offers beer and wine

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Crews Battle Smoky Fire in Lackawanna County

Black smoke can be seen coming from Moosic area. Photo taken on Business Rt 6 headed toward Scranton @wnep pic.twitter.com/MZfy8mEPPk Emergency dispatchers are now calling this a tire fire in a wooded area in Moosic..

Labor department sues salon for wage violations

Dickson City police ask for the public's help in tracking down a Gouldsboro man they say attacked his former brother-in-law in a shopping center parking lot last week. A Scranton police officer cannot count time he worked in other departments toward the years of service required to qualify for a police pension, the city's pension board solicitor said.

Lackawanna County Court Notes

LLC, Blakely; a property at Ruth Dilly Tract, Archbald, for $65,000. a- Joseph J. and Georgia A. Healey, Dunmore, to Ruslan Mustafayev and Roza Bakradze, Scranton; a property at 1510 Marion St. and Washington Avenue, Scranton, for $223,400.

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Ken Rohland of Scranton shares his experience of dealing with addiction during a talk Monday about the opioid crisis as part of the Geisinger Health Plan #HadEnough campaign at the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine in Scranton. JAKE DANNA STEVENS STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER "I wanted to be a marine biologist.

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