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Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania is located in Northumberland County. Zip codes in Mount Carmel, PA include 17851. The median home price in Mount Carmel is $45,500. More Mount Carmel information.

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18 hrs ago | The News Item

Landlord/tenant claims: Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014

Shamokin Housing Authority, Shamokin, against John and Debra Wilhelm, of Coal Township, for $876, filed Sept. 12. Hearing scheduled for Sept.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The News Item

For the Record: Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014

Ryan Stephen Gooler, of 797 A. Wildwood Circle, Hampstead, N.C., to Rebecca Ann Aurand, of 341 S. Shamokin St., Shamokin. Issued Sept.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The News Item

Reaction to suspension: 'No special privileges'

Several local residents patronizing Turkey Hill Minit Market Friday morning described the alleged prank gone awry for four Mount Carmel Township officers that resulted in their indefinite suspensions as silliness, stupidity and unprofessional. "I have nothing against cops, but I think the officers took a small joke and pushed it to the limit," commented a Locust Gap man.

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The News Item

Organization News: Catholic daughters Court 588

The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court of Our Lady of Victory 588 held its monthly meeting July 20 with an opening prayer by the Rev. Frank Karwacki of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Pocono Record

4 officers suspended for alleged firework tossing -

Four Pennsylvania police officers have been suspended indefinitely after authorities say they threw a firework at a patrolman from a neighboring town. The News Item reports the off-duty Mount Carmel officers were traveling in a car together Sept.

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The News Item

Lourdes to host inaugural wine festival

MIKE STAUGAITIS/Staff Photo Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School will be holding its inaugural wine festival this Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. Students in every grade level donated items or money to create 20 theme baskets to be raffled off at the event. Pictured with the baskets are, front row from left, Collin Dunn, Vivian Reiprish, Isabella Yasenchak and Sierra Balonis.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Altoona Mirror

The Rev. Lawrence R. Coakley

Surviving are two brothers: Dr. Thomas and wife, Lauren, of Duncansville and Michael of Mount Carmel; a sister, Ann Becker and husband, William, of Mount Carmel; 13 nieces and nephews: Katrina Coakley, Lt. Col. Thomas Coakley and wife, Christine, Suzanna and Rebekka Coakley, Clare Lewis, Melanie Coakley, Petty Officer Meghan Coakley, Michael Becker, Katie Beck and husband, Christopher, Annie Mekosh and husband, Stephen, Molly and Christopher Becker, and one on the way; six great-nieces and great-nephews: Julia, Annalise and Evelyn Coakley, Liam and Lily Beck and Henry Mekosh; and good friends: Dianne Ruminski and her mother, Florence Ruminski, both of New Cumberland.

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The News Item

District Court: Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014

Three defendants pleaded guilty to charges Tuesday and were ordered by Magisterial District Judge John Gembic III to pay fines and costs. - Roxanne Misner, 38, of 343 S. Oak St., Mount Carmel, pleaded guilty to harassment and was ordered to pay a $300 fine plus costs.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

The News Item

Lawyer files motion to delay lockup

The attorney for a former Northumberland County correctional officer facing state prison time has filed a motion for a stay of execution of sentence and a petition for post-conviction collateral relief. In an attempt to prevent 42-year-old Kazimir Craig "KC" Grohowski, of Mount Carmel, from beginning a state prison sentence this month, attorney Edward E. Kopko, of Ithaca, N.Y., filed the documentation Thursday in the prothonotary's office.

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Mount Carmel man pleads no contest to drug offense

A Mount Carmel man previously sentenced for assaulting an emergency medical technician was back in Northumberland County Court Monday to plead no contest to a drug offense relating to the same incident. Timothy S. Shirk, 49, of 24 E. Third St., Apt.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

The News Item

Man in child porn case seeks release

As he awaits a ruling on his claims that he was represented by ineffectual defense counsel, former Mount Carmel Borough Police Lt. Blaine Handerhan has asked a federal judge to be released either via bail or on his own recognizance.

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Former teacher wants all charges dropped

A former teacher awaits word on whether charges against him in a March 2012 accident that injured five teenagers will be dropped because the case has not been brought to trial yet. Victor E. Swaboski III, 41, of Mount Carmel, filed a motion through his attorney July 31, asking that all the charges against him related to the accident be dismissed since he has not been brought to trial within a set amount of time.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

The News Item

Couple who sued over flood project add newspaper to claim

A couple who filed suit in March against Mount Carmel Borough and a number of other entities after their home was seized and demolished for the Shamokin Creek Flood Control Project have added new claims and additional defendants, while a claim against one of the original defendants has been dismissed. Thomas M. and Eileen B. Bolick, of 1377 Second St. Pike, Richboro, and 205 S. Market St., Mount Carmel, claim their house at 224-226 N. Locust St., Mount Carmel, was improperly demolished and the property within was not accounted for, which violated their Fifth and Fourteenth Amendment rights.

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Mount Carmel man faces theft charges

A borough man faces two separate sets of burglary charges after stealing guns and tools from his parents to sell for spare cash. Police charged David Wengrenovich Jr., 23, of 339 S. Poplar St., Apt.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

The News Item

Public-private partnership funds demolition of dilapidated homes in Atlas

MIKE STAUGAITIS/Staff Photos Ferdinand Diminick used an excavator to demolish the properties at 116-118 W. Saylor St. in Atlas Thursday morning. Here he flips the roof and front of one of the properties toward the back.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

The News Item

Mount Carmel woman, 19, charged with assaulting cop released from prison

A 19-year-old borough woman charged with assaulting a police officer last week was released from county prison Wednesday on unsecured bail following her preliminary hearing. Amber Lynn Knopp, of 342 S. Oak St., was freed after Magisterial District Judge Hugh Jones granted a request by public defender Paige Rosini to reduce her $15,000 cash bail to unsecured bail.

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The News Item

Eagle Sign Co. owner owes more than $10K

A Kulpmont property owner faces more than $10,000 in fines and costs after being found guilty of 20 code violations last week in an ongoing court battle. Thomas Valeiko, of Commack, N.Y., who refused to come up with a formal plan to remove a debris pile from a collapsed building at 1263 Chestnut St., was found guilty Aug. 28 by Magisterial District Judge Hugh Jones of the offenses filed by Kulpmont Code Enforcement Officer Russ Moroz.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

The News Item

Route 54 lights working again

Police chief Brian Hollenbush reported Tuesday the traffic lights at the intersection of Route 54 and Brennan's Farm Road have been repaired.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

The News Item

District Court: Monday, Sept. 1, 2014

Carolyn Smith against Jerry Kerstetter and April Phillips, all of Shamokin, for no amount, filed Aug. 29. A hearing is scheduled for Sept.

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The News Item

A school is born: Mount Carmel High School was dedicated 100 years ago

One hundred years ago - the countries of Europe had just set out toward the goal of annihilating each other in the opening battles of World War I. For Mount Carmel residents, the "big news" was something much closer to home - the dedication of their beautiful new high school.

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