Editorials
Lackawanna County officials continue to run up the tab from litigation over access to employee records. County taxpayers, so far, have shouldered legal fees of $11,400 from a lawsuit Controller Gary DiBileo initiated in March against the commissioners in (read more)
Labor Day gives many workers scant reason to celebrate. At least they can be thankful to be employed. For 18,600 jobless people in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre metro area, today is no holiday. The region has maintained the state’s highest jobless rate for 52 (read more)

Chris Kelly
Great drama depends upon the suspension of disbelief. The trick is convincing the audience it has been transported to another place where the plots and performances on the stage or screen are as real as the seats beneath them. (read more)

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