BLOOMING GROVE TWP. - Eric Matthew Frein is a federal fugitive.
U.S. Magisterial Judge Thomas M. Blewitt issued the warrant Tuesday for the 31-year-old Canadensis man, wanted by state police for murdering a state trooper, into custody on the charge of fl
DUNMORE - Under a gigantic American flag, four Pennsylvania state troopers on horseback watched silently while hundreds paid their respects to Cpl. Bryon Dickson II at Marywood University.
An army of officers, clustered together in matching uniforms of
Earlier this year, the Sayre Historical Society Museum received a special donation from the family of Helen VanGuilder Politi.
Helen's story began in 1943. That year, she was living in New York City and working with newborns as a nurse. On Feb. 19,
Darla Dickson can't help but laugh as she tells the story.
Her family had only recently moved to Northeast Pennsylvania when she answered an afternoon knock at the front door. A police officer stood there
Dense forest surrounds the state police barracks at Blooming Grove in Pike County. Somewhere among the thick oaks, sugar maples and white pines, police believe Eric Frein could be hiding.
To find him, they've enlisted the help of wildlife conservation o
SAYRE - Three beautiful, richly carved Victorian sofas are offered for auction by Project GROW. The sofas were donated by the estate of Katherine Kerrigan and reupholstered in elegant reproduction silks.
Each sofa is available through individual auction
SAYRE - The Sayre Public Library invites the community to enjoy a fun night with a live auction, wine tasting, music and delicious hors d'oeuvres at the annual "A Night at the Library" fundraiser.
The Sayre Public Library is in its 17th year with the eve
TOWANDA - The case against 22-year-old Sean Patrick Allen of Towanda, who had been charged with terroristic threats and simple assault, has been withdrawn, the district attorney said.
The charges stem from a Dec. 26, 2013 incident in which Allen was ac
National POW/MIA Recognition Day 2014 will be celebrated on Friday, Sept. 19, and is a day of remembrance and hope for the speedy and safe return of American Prisoners of War, and those still Missing in Action and for their families who continue to burn
By JoAnn R. Walter
In the United States, National POW/MIA Recognition Day honors those who were prisoners of war and those who are still missing, as well as their families. Observed on the third Friday in September, this year it falls on Sept. 19.