Community Digest

The NAACP Wilkes-Barre Branch 2306 will host a meet the candidates forum for candidates for Wilkes-Barre Area School Board at 6 p.m. Friday, May 12, at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 105 Hill St., Wilkes-Barre.

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Pat and Mike Korb, a couple that celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary August 13, 2016.cv12korbWarren Ruda / The Citizens’ Voice WAPWALLOPEN – One of the first places where Pat and Mike Korb lived together was an apartment above a laundromat in Hibbing, Minnesota. In the middle of the desert, their car broke down.

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Pat and Mike Korb, a couple that celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary August 13, 2016.cv12korbWarren Ruda / The Citizens’ Voice WAPWALLOPEN – One of the first places where Pat and Mike Korb lived together was an apartment above a laundromat in Hibbing, Minnesota. In the middle of the desert, their car broke down.

Heat deters Greene County fairgoers

Sandy and Joe Yates of Maryland look at wood carvings by Dennis Beach just before the carvings were auctioned off Saturday evening, the last day at Greene County Fair.

Workshop explores potential of grass pellets as heat source

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Gemma The Pig’s Citation Dismissed

The owner of a pot-bellied pig went in front of a magistrate in Luzerne County to argue why she should not have been cited for having it at her home. Much to her neighbors’ surprise, the magistrate sided with her.

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He has warrants from the Luzerne County Sheriff’s office and Wilkes-Barre City police. Anyone who knows Montague’s whereabouts should contact 911 and not approach him, police said.

Police hope new tools crack cold case

CHRISTOPHER DOLAN / THE CITIZENS’ VOICE Tony Krupinski holds a photograph of his father, Benjamin Krupinski, at Lily Lake near Wapwallopen on Saturday. Benjamin Krupinski went missing in 1968 and was last seen leaving the Rinehimer Inn and Tavern near Lily Lake.

Senate considers bill that would allow municipal police to use radar

Pennsylvania is the only state in the nation that forbids municipal police officers from using radar. The state Senate’s Transportation Committee recently forwarded legislation that could change that.