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Village of the Damned: Dryden officials offended by new docuseries on murders  Ithaca Journal

Beginning on Tuesday, Dryden will become the object of viewers' fascinations with the release of Investigation Discovery's series “Village of the Damned,” ...



Locals Upset With 'Village of the Damned' TV Series  U.S. News & World Report

Residents and officials in a picturesque upstate New York community aren't pleased with the way their community is portrayed in a cable television series titled ...



Five things to know about Buffalo Bills and Sabres co-owner Kim Pegula  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

With the resignation of Russ Brandon Tuesday, Kim Pegula is now the president of Pegula Sports and Entertainment. Here's five things to know about her.



Celebration of life held for 11-year old killed by car in Dryden  WSYR

Friends of Kaylee Wacht gathered at Dryden High School Saturday to remember the 11-year old's life. Wacht was hit by a car and killed last Sunday while ...



ID Lifts the Veil on Mysterious Tragedies in Small Town in New Series VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED  Broadway World

Produced by Red Marble Media in association with Spring Theory, the five-part serialized event VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED airs Tuesdays at 10/9c starting ...



With high esteem  Tri City Times

DRYDEN — When Benjamin Koning heard the stats recently issued by the Veterans Administration, he was stunned. Results of a study released in July by the ...



Dryden native takes aim in fight against PTSD  Ithaca Journal

A Dryden High School alum seeks to destroy the stigma of mental illness in the armed forces. It starts with discussion.



Doering Retires After 27 Years Navy Service  ithaca.com

Lieutenant Commander Connie Doering had an eye on the future as a middle school student in the Dryden School system and came close to fulfilling it all.



Election 2018: Norton city council candidates  Coalfield.com

Today we profile candidates in the Nov. 6 Norton City Council election. Four people are seeking three seats: Incumbents Delores 'Dee' Belcher, Joe Fawbush ...



Luzerne County Hall of Fame announces new class  Citizens Voice

The Luzerne County Sports Hall of Fame will induct a diverse class of its 15 newest members next month. The high school, college and professional ranks will ...



STEAMTOWN MARATHON: Shifa, Peoples are race winners - Sports  Citizens Voice

It is the fifth time that the former Riverside High School and Moravian College standout has been Steamtown female champ. “That was my goal. I wanted a ...



FIELD HOCKEY: Top WVC prospects detail recruiting process  Citizens Voice

The opportunities are boundless for a field hockey player in the Wyoming Valley Conference. There are countless ways in which a player can get from point A to ...



Deckerville girls dominant in NCTL championship victory  Huron Daily Tribune

By Daily Tribune Sport Staff. DRYDEN — The Deckerville girls turned in a dominating performance, on their way to the North Central Thumb League track and ...



Opera Ithaca performing arias and duets Wednesday, Oct. 25, in Syracuse  Syracuse.com

CMM (Civic Morning Musicals) will present members of Opera Ithaca in a Wednesday Recital Series concert on October 25, 2017, at Park Central Presbyterian ...



PSU Football: Second Lackawanna prospect commits to Nittany Lions  Citizens Voice

For years, Lackawanna College's football program has provided a pipeline of elite junior college prospects to some of the top major college teams in the nation.



Varsity Voice: Duo powering Holy Redeemer's softball success  Citizens Voice

WILKES-BARRE — High school softball pitchers don't get much better than Morgan Bienkowski. Touching 66 mph with her fastball — one of at least seven ...



2018 NFL Draft updates - Sports  Citizens Voice

FIRST ROUND 1. Cleveland: Baker Mayfield, QB, 6-1, 215, Oklahoma Strengths: Accuracy, competiveness, and command of the offense. Gets the ball out ...



Boxing card set for Radisson train shed - Sports  Citizens Voice

SCRANTON — The third edition of the Fight4Vets boxing card is on track. Boxcar Brawl amateur boxing card is set for Aug. 31 at the Radisson Lackawanna ...



Super Bowl: Hanover's Woodeshick recalls days with Eagles  Citizens Voice

If it weren't for his allegiance to the Philadelphia Eagles, Tom Woodeshick wouldn't think twice about whom to root for in Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4. However, the ...



Track and Field: Pittston Area boys, Dallas girls get wins  Citizens Voice

At Dallas, Alex Haas won the 100 and 200, and he was one of nine Pittston Area boys who won an individual event as the Patriots topped Dallas, 88-62, ...



Kim Pegula: From orphan to NFL owner  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

On May 1, 2018, Kim Pegula was named president of the NFL's Buffalo Bills and the NHL's Buffalo Sabres. But she began life as an orphan in South Korea.



U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos cancels tour of Ontario schools  The Globe and Mail

U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has cancelled a trip to tour Ontario's schools – a planned visit that had drawn protests from teacher unions who accused ...



Dalhousie drops disciplinary hearing over student’s Facebook post  The Globe and Mail

Dalhousie University will not hold a disciplinary hearing in the case of Masuma Khan, the student leader who wrote a Facebook post in which she used profanity ...



Girls basketball preview: Team-by-team breakdown - Sports  Citizens Voice

Note: Points per game averages are from 2016-17 season. DIVISION 1. Coughlin. Classification: 5A. Head coach: John Quinn III. Looking back: Finished 0-23.



PIAA girls basketball: Holy Redeemer ousted by Neumann-Goretti for third straight season  Citizens Voice

BETHLEHEM — They held their own for the first quarter, matching perennial state power Neumann-Goretti's intensity. But what the Holy Redeemer Royals could ...



Too wins 22nd annual Steamtown Marathon - Sports  Citizens Voice

There was too much heat and too much Too. Weather for the 22nd annual Steamtown Marathon was downright steamy Sunday as the runners contended with ...



Bufano: Selenski ends field hockey playing career in rarefied air  Citizens Voice

There's something about describing an athlete as a “star” that tends to irritate sports writers and editors. Instead, we're encouraged to use “standout.” No big deal ...



Military achievements of people with connections to Syracuse and Central New York  Syracuse.com

Find out if you know anyone who joined the military, finished up basic training, or was recognized for exemplary military *service*.



FIELD HOCKEY ALL-STARS: Royals' Ell earns top honors  Citizens Voice

It was 2011 when Holy Redeemer coach Juliann DeFalco first identified Greta Ell as a player to watch. Ell was just a freshman. About one week after The ...



Local athletes make a splash at Drums triathlon  Citizens Voice

DRUMS — Home turf was favorable for Drums residents who competed in the Strive Olympic Triathlon at Beech Mountain Lakes on Sunday. Local athletes ...



WVC Girls Basketball: Hazleton Area pulls away for overtime win  Citizens Voice

YATESVILLE — Seeing his team take a big and almost insurmountable lead on the road against a rival — only to let it slip away — had Hazleton Area head ...



3 former WVC stars named to Olympic field hockey team  Citizens Voice

Just in time for the July 4 weekend, three local athletes have been chosen to represent the United States at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Former Wyoming Seminary ...



WVC Track and Field: Pittston Area dominant in sweep  Citizens Voice

At Pittston Area, Paul Moska's wins in the triple jump (38-foot-5), long jump (18-foot-1) and high jump (6 feet) helped lead the Patriots to a boys win in overall ...



WVC Track and Field: Pittston Area powers past Wyoming Area  Citizens Voice

At Wyoming Area, Paul Moska won the triple jump and high jump and James Pliska, Hunter Kraklio, Tony Molinaro and Joey Fisher won individual events and ...



Crestwood senior Ritsick takes scholarly approach to the court  Citizens Voice

WRIGHT TWP. — Crestwood's Maddie Ritsick is an 18-year-old basketball scholar. Of course, she's an all-state talent in the first place, her profile gracing the ...



2016 Top 10 Local Sports Stories - Sports  Citizens Voice

2016 Top 10 Local Sports Stories as selected by The Citizens' Voice sports staff. 1. Passing of a legend. When it came to coaching high school football, George ...



College Football Hall of Fame: Rocket Ismail snub makes no sense  Citizens Voice

Last thing I ever thought I'd need to do as a sports writer is pen a column reminding people how great a college football player Raghib Ismail was back in the day ...



Magical journey - Sports  Citizens Voice

With each step that they took through knee-deep snow, Zachary Lindgren and Angela Brown came nearer to the top of a Virginia mountain and nearer to an ...



Northeast Gymnastics' Plaksa, Koshinski taking talents to Division I universities  Citizens Voice

HANOVER TWP. — For two local high school seniors, the future is bright. Gianna Plaksa and Kirah Koshinski signed their Division I letters of intent to further ...



GAR grad Glowinski waiting for call from NFL team  Citizens Voice

Mark Glowinski packed up his belongings in West Virginia and drove back home to Wilkes-Barre earlier this week. How long he's home and where he goes next ...



Under attack: Invasive species wiping out Pennsylvania state tree  Citizens Voice

The state of the state tree: under severe attack, prognosis unclear. That's due to the one-two punch of two highly destructive insects: hemlock woolly adelgid ...



Coughlin, Dallas lock up division titles - Sports  Citizens Voice

At Solomon Plains, Franco Balbuena, Cole Horan and Ron Sepkoski were all double winners as Coughlin wrapped up the WVC Division 1 title with a 7-0 record ...



Pawlenok retires as more than just a swim coach  Citizens Voice

A broken bone wasn't about to hinder Bishop Hoban's relay team. It was Julie McLaughlin's senior season in 2004, and things couldn't have been going much ...



Ethiopian Suleman Abrar Shifa wins Scranton Half Marathon  Citizens Voice

It was over as soon as it began. When the starter's gun fired, Suleman Abrar Shifa took off and kept going to dominate the field and win the third annual Scranton ...



Dallas strikes it rich - Sports  Citizens Voice

Some of them he may have interacted with on the recruiting trail while he was the head coach at King's College. Others may have been recruited by him to play ...



WVC Track and Field: Coughlin boys, Pittston Area girls get wins  Citizens Voice

At Pittston Area, in a battle of two of the top pole vaulters in the WVC, Coughlin's Madiysn Hawkins outdistanced Pittston Area's Abby Norwillo, but it wasn't ...



Soto enjoying UNICO experience - Sports  Citizens Voice

Shakir Soto has two more high school football games to play before he officially becomes a college student Jan. 7 when he begins taking classes at the ...



Glowinski on the cusp of living his NFL dream  Citizens Voice

INDIANAPOLIS — When Mark Glowinski was a junior at GAR, he started thinking about a possible future in the NFL. “When I got to 11th grade, I could see that I ...



Nittany Lions try to boost draft stock at Pro Day  Citizens Voice

STATE COLLEGE — Penn State's NFL hopefuls went their separate ways after the team wrapped up its season with a thrilling Pinstripe Bowl victory on Dec. 27.



McGloin waiting for Redskins' decision - Sports  Citizens Voice

Matt McGloin and Hubie Graham are into two different waiting games. After going undrafted, both former West Scranton High School football players were at NFL ...



GAR's Dudick following in dad's footsteps - Sports  Citizens Voice

Like father, like son. If everything works out the way GAR lineman Dane Dudick hopes it does, that's exactly what he will be able to say someday. Dudick's father ...



Papi, Healey named Players of the Year - Sports  Citizens Voice

Most high school baseball coaches would feel fortunate to have one Division I player come through the program. Tunkhannock's Gary Custer had two in the ...



WILKES UNIVERSITY BASKETBALL 1998 - Sports  Citizens Voice

Jerry Rickrode is not one to make quick decisions. When he makes adjustments, it typically involves a great deal of thought and multiple conversations with his ...



ONE PROUD WARRIOR: WA's Julian Campenni set for Saturday's Big 33 Classic  Citizens Voice

HUMMELSTOWN - Julian Campenni has worn his blue Pennsylvania No. 95 practice jersey and his gold Big 33 helmet with great pride this week. He can't wait ...



Wyoming Sem's Lefkowitz balances love of horses, field hockey  Citizens Voice

Mallory Lefkowitz wasn't exactly sure where Life Flight was taking her. All she was focused on was the excruciating pain in her left leg, caused by a frightening ...



Back Mountain's Selenski selected for U.S. field hockey team  Citizens Voice

For the second straight Olympiad, a woman from the Wyoming Valley will be representing the United States in field hockey. Paige Selenski of Shavertown ...



Scranton native wins Steamtown Marathon - Sports  Citizens Voice

SCRANTON - Everywhere he ran Sunday, Matt Byrne could not escape hearing his name. Spectators recognized the 37-year-old from Scranton and continually ...



Spartans' Lewis selected Player of the Year - Sports  Citizens Voice

One of the most highly recruited wide receivers in the Class of 2012, not only in the state but the country, played right here in the Wyoming Valley. Eugene Lewis ...



KING OF THE COURT - Sports  Citizens Voice

Henry Cornell pulled off a rare triple in his senior year at Wyoming Seminary, reaching the District 2 Class AA finals in singles, doubles and team competition.



Paige Selenski: An inspiration for the next generation  Citizens Voice

At the moment, field hockey for Gabrielle Shonis means running around and trying to take the ball from other people. That's field hockey, in a nutshell, for 9-year ...



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