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Around the region, Sept. 23, 2016 n Hometown: In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Marian Fillies and Mahanoy Area Lady Bears volleyball teams will host a Dig Pink event at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 6 in the gymnasium at Marian High School. The event will be in conjunction with th
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Ringtown standoff ends with apparent suicide RINGTOWN A man apparently killed himself at a borough home Thursday after holding state police at bay for more than four hours while his 2-year-old child was inside with him. David Howard, 33, allegedly took his own life as state police officers, includ
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Blue Mountain teachers visit businesses for insights on curriculum The Blue Mountain School District is looking to improve its curriculum to further prepare its students for life after high school. Taking a step toward that, more than 100 district teachers and administrators Thursday used a teachers in-service day to vis
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Pottsville man injured after 'accelerator stuck' on ATV A Pottsville man was flown to Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, for treatment of his injuries following an ATV accident Thursday evening at his home. Clarence Vidal, 51, of 557 S. Centre St., was hurt in the accident, according to his family on the scen
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For the record, Sept. 21, 2016 Marriage licenses Christopher M. Veach, Shenandoah, and Kristin A. Hoehn, Shenandoah. Travis D. Kistler, New Ringgold, and Mia L. Granito, New Ringgold. John M. Duffy, Schuylkill Haven, and Opal G. Hachich, Schuylkill Haven. Jeffrey R. Archer, Brooklyn, N
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Hearing continued for 2 charged with elder abuse SHENANDOAH Preliminary hearings for a man and woman charged with homicide in what authorities called a case of elder abuse were continued Thursday after one of the defendants became ill. John F. Latshaw Jr., 57, and Dorothy Robinson, 53, both of 325 E.
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Pine Grove church to celebrate pipe organ's 80th anniversary with special recital PINE GROVE Daniel Umholtz will be the featured organist as St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church, Pine Grove, celebrates its Fritzsche pipe organs 80th anniversary, with a special recital at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. The Fritzsche pipe organ front with its b
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Student's take on Mario wins street art contest An eighth-grade student from D.H.H. Lengel Middle School won a contest meant to promote the importance of keeping the environment clean. Justin Lescavage, 13, won the Schuylkill Street Art Contest. He was one of 30 students in sixth to 12th grade who ente
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28th annual townwide family festival set for Saturday in Schuylkill Haven Schuylkill Haven Borough Day will welcome about 200 vendors, hundreds of visitors and, possibly, autumn weather Saturday. The 28th annual townwide family festival will feature music, entertainment, games and food, beginning at 7 a.m. with the bountiful b
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North Schuylkill elementary principal, band director resign FOUNTAIN SPRINGS The North Schuylkill school board approved the resignations of elementary school principal and the director of bands at Wednesdays meeting. The school board accepted the resignation of elementary school Principal Margaret Maggie Mano
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