“… open your mouth and remove all doubt.”

“… open your mouth and remove all doubt.”

As a rule, I avoid devoting time and energy to drawing cartoons about folks like local business owner, Trump enthusiast and convicted felon Bob Bolus. He’s a well-known blowhard with a knack for self-promotion, frequently relying on outrageous political...
King of the heap

King of the heap

Manhattan attorney and Scranton landlord Kenneth W. Bond owes a whopping $125,000-plus in garbage fees (which doesn’t include the roughly $148,000 he owes in city, school and county property taxes) making his the largest such account-in-arrears. Given that the...
Decisions, decisions

Decisions, decisions

Dilapidated and forlorn, Scranton’s city hall is an apt metaphor for the government it houses. The city now faces a choice of either spending at least $10.7 million renovating the 19th century structure, or selling it and buying the almost-new Pen Fed Credit...