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Making Pysanky Eggs

Watch as Carol Rick of Purely Pysanky in Hawley keeps alive the intricate tradition of Ukranian Pysanky eggs.

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Springtime/Easter Planter

Creative garden designer Keith Phelps makes a lovely Easter planter, perfect for any springtime occasion.

Get Ready for Pool Season

Sunny skies and hot weather are just around the corner, we visit Doctor Feelgoode’s Pools and Spas to see how you can turn your backyard into an oasis with the perfect pool and maintenance.

Authentic Italian Easter Dinner

Treat yourself to an authentic Italian Easter dinner at A Little Pizza Heaven in Scranton.  Chef Darryl prepares Pastid and Manicotti.

Pastid (Macaroni Pie)
1. ..cook one pound linguine al dente,  drain reserving 1 cup pasta water.
2…add 1 tablespoon of Shortening to pasta to melt
3…beat 1 dozen eggs well, add 1 1/2 heaping cups of Pecorino and 1 tsp coarse black pepper.
4…mix eggs, cheese and pasta water with pasta.
5….pour mixture into well-greased 9×13 pan
6…bake one hour uncovered at 350 degrees


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Man in Custody after Police Chase

HANOVER TOWNSHIP — A man is in custody after a police chase in Luzerne County.

The chase started Friday night in Kingston, went through Wilkes-Barre, and ended in a shopping plaza by the Burger King in Hanover Township near Wilkes-Barre.

At least one Kingston police cruiser was damaged in the chase.

Police took Colton Howell-Hadley, 24, of Wilkes-Barre into custody.  He faces drug charges, plus accusations of fleeing and eluding.  Kingston Police add they caught Howell-Hadley with cocaine, marijuana, plus a drug with the street name of “Molly.”

Community Helps Family who lost Damenti’s Restaurant and Home in Fire

DRUMS — One of the area’s landmark restaurants was destroyed by fire in Luzerne County one month ago.

Helen and Kevin McDonald lost their restaurant, Damenti’s and their home on the upstairs floor.

Friday night, friends and longtime customers are helping the McDonald get back on their feet with a pasta benefit at the Sand Springs Country Club in Drums.

The McDonalds talked with their friends and customers, both said they’d like to get back in the restaurant business.

“We’re trying to come up to speed and deal with what we have to deal with, and the name Damenti’s is not extinct,” said Damenti’s owner Kevin McDonald.

When and if Damenti’s re-opens remains a question, but people here hope to see Helen greet customers like family once again.

Pens-Sens Down to the Wire

The WBS Pens last match-up of the regular season against Binghamton had a playoff like atmosphere.

No love lost as I-81 rivalry continued as both teams looked to finish the regular season on a high note the playoff push… the victor clinches the division.

The Senators opened up a 5-0 lead, before the Penguins got up off the deck to get within a goal with two and a half minutes left.

Binghamton holds on to win it 5-4 and clinch the AHL’s East Division.  Penguins regular season ends Saturday in Utica.