Wednesday Apr 16
Board reviews wind farm project
A proposed wind farm in Carbon County has a few kinks that must be worked out before ground can be broken.
Send us your prom photos and win a prize
Attention high school seniors: Send us your 2014 prom pictures and you'll be entered in our drawing for great prizes.
Palmerton man gets year in jail for drunken driving
Charles K. Misawic, 45, of Palmerton, was sentenced on Monday by Judge Steven R. Serfass on two driving under the influence charges to a total of one to five years in the county prison.
Rush Township: William H. Mackenzie and Patricia A. Mackenzie to Jacob and Hayley Daubert: Parcel at 9 Acorn Lane, Nesquehoning, for $118,000.
Schuylkill County official steps down amid allegations
Lukach's resignation is effective April 17, and the district attorney said his office will be under 24-hour security watch to make sure no evidence is removed.
Work Progressing on Newport FD's New Engine 1
The newest addition to the Newport Fire Department's fleet is a new Engine 1 currently under construction at the KME Fire Apparatus Assembly Plant in Nesquehoning, Pa.
Man sentenced on cocaine charges
A Summit Hill man who helped distribute crack and powder cocaine in Carbon County will serve three years and one month in prison, followed by four years of probation.
Carbon firefighter training tower must be demolished
The 75-foot tall training tower, which has been used for training firefighters for over 40 years, at Baer Memorial Park in Lehighton, is going to be demolished.
35th cancer telethon sets record
SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS American Cancer Society telethon committee members include, front, from left, Mary Ann Dulaney, Lisa Hiles, Kathy Dombrosky, Kathryn Hofherr, Cary Sinclair and Maureen Donovan; and back, telethon producer George Taylor, chairman Joe Krushinksy, Rick Peters, Bud Wychulis, Ann Marie Calabrese and Lori Kane.
The past meets present Summit Hill...
AMY MILLER/TIMES NEWS PHOTOS Pam Fludgate, center, an owner of The Mansion House of Summit Hill, stands with James Witherow, left, and restaurant chef and manager Barry Riegel, behind the decades-old bar in the new restaurant in Summit Hill.
Easter bunny hops into Aquashicola
TERRY AHNER/TIMES NEWS Hailey Helmer, 10, of Nesquehoning, poses for a picture with the Easter Bunny recently at the Aquashicola Fire Company.
High Energy group rocking the community
SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Members of Meed's United Methodist Church's High Energy group are, front row from left, Cadence Whalen, Alivia Cellini, Abigail Moyer, Juliana Serina and Mikayla Andreas.
One-vehicle crash shears utility pole in Nesquehoning
A Toyota Corolla, driver not identified, struck a utility pole along Route 54 East, at the intersection of Park Avenue in the Hauto Valley Estates portion of Nesquehoning sometime before midnight.