The editors of the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader warned readers on August 7, 1945 that the atomic destruction of Hiroshima opened a dangerous new age.
In 1897, a former breaker boy penned a poem in remembrance of the child laborers of the Coal Region.
An October 1918 PSA from the Pennsylvania state government told residents how to avoid pandemic influenza, or if necessary, how to treat it.
An editorial from 1918 celebrated the efforts of nurses in the influenza pandemic. The words still ring true in our own pandemic.
On March 18, 1914, the editors of the Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader turned over their newspaper to suffragists.
A scene from the film mirrors the experience of a Coal Region doctor who served with the British in WWI.
A Coal and Iron Police agent arrested a Hazleton resident under murky circumstances in September 1872
Footage captures the devastation caused by the 1972 flood near Wilkes-Barre.
On this 75th anniversary of D-Day, we are remembering how the Pennsylvania home front marked the historic moment.
Patriotism took over Pennsylvania's Coal Region in the wake of the bombardment of Fort Sumter in April 1861.