What now for Marino?

This morning at citizensvoice.com: What's next for U.S. Rep. Tom Marino, R-Williamsport, now that he has withdrawn his bid to become President Trump's drug czar? He's been fired twice, but former police officer Leonard Galli isn't done yet with Exeter Borough. A...
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Toppling the czar

This morning at citizensvoice.com: U.S. Rep. Tom Marino's nomination to serve as the nation's drug czar is threatened by a Washington Post report that he spearheaded legislation to weaken opioid enforcement at the bidding of the pharmaceutical lobby. A new SPCA...
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The death of property taxes?

This morning at citizensvoice.com: A question on the Nov. 7 ballot seeks voters' approval for an amendment to the state constitution that would allow for the elimination of property taxes on homes and farms. A hundred superheroes and princesses ran through...
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Schools mull anthem rules

This morning at citizensvoice.com: The national controversy over standing during the national anthem has some local school districts considering conduct rules for athletes before games. The same family has operated Victory Pig Pizza, which now markets its unique...
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Friday night fights

This morning at citizensvoice.com: We have full coverage of Friday night's slate of high school football games, including Berwick's victory over rival Wyoming Valley West and a thrilling overtime finish in Dallas v. Wyoming Area. State police are investigating the...
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What now for Marino?

What now for Marino?

This morning at citizensvoice.com: What's next for U.S. Rep. Tom Marino, R-Williamsport, now that he has withdrawn his bid to become President Trump's drug czar? He's been fired twice, but former police officer Leonard Galli isn't done yet with Exeter Borough. A...

Toppling  the czar

Toppling the czar

This morning at citizensvoice.com: U.S. Rep. Tom Marino's nomination to serve as the nation's drug czar is threatened by a Washington Post report that he spearheaded legislation to weaken opioid enforcement at the bidding of the pharmaceutical lobby. A new SPCA...

The death of property taxes?

The death of property taxes?

This morning at citizensvoice.com: A question on the Nov. 7 ballot seeks voters' approval for an amendment to the state constitution that would allow for the elimination of property taxes on homes and farms. A hundred superheroes and princesses ran through...

Schools mull anthem rules

Schools mull anthem rules

This morning at citizensvoice.com: The national controversy over standing during the national anthem has some local school districts considering conduct rules for athletes before games. The same family has operated Victory Pig Pizza, which now markets its unique...

Friday night fights

Friday night fights

This morning at citizensvoice.com: We have full coverage of Friday night's slate of high school football games, including Berwick's victory over rival Wyoming Valley West and a thrilling overtime finish in Dallas v. Wyoming Area. State police are investigating the...

Penguins 5, Phantoms 0: Postgame reaction

It was Friday the 13th at Mohegan Sun Arena, but there was little to be spooked by if you're a Penguins fan. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton got goals from five different players — Tom Sestito, Daniel Sprong, Frank Corrado, Jean-Sebastien Dea and Dominik Simon — and was in...

WB mayor seeks more cash from trash

WB mayor seeks more cash from trash

This morning at citizensvoice.com: Parking and garbage disposal would cost more under a 2018 budget proposed by Wilkes-Barre Mayor Tony George. Twenty-one local acts performed Thursday at Jane Jam, a musical tribute to the late singer Jane Train. In crime news, a...

Chipping away at health care

Chipping away at health care

This morning at citizensvoice.com: A missed Congressional deadline means more than 6,000 children in Luzerne and Lackawanna counties could lose their health coverage, officials say. Colours, an automotive paint distributor that has grown from a single building in...

County tax hike proposed

County tax hike proposed

This morning at citizensvoice.com: Luzerne County would raise property taxes by 2 percent and hire 16 new employees under a budget proposed Tuesday. Forecasters say our mild fall weather could last straight through December. Three years after state officials warned it...