Saturday May 11
Personnel actions receive approval
A They accepted the resignation of Brett M. Hannon, Lansford, from his job as Seasonal Park Ranger 1, effective April 30; A Commissioners changed the employment status of Toby M. Butz, Lehighton, from County Caseworker II, Children & Youth Services, to Adult Probation Officer I, Adult Probation, effective May 20; and Gerard P. Healy, ... (more)
Saturday May 11
PV awards diplomas to veterans
It was 1953, and Sal Digiglio was ready for his senior year at Nesquehoning High School when he decided to serve his country by enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Death of an industry giant
Twelve years after his death and the closing of his namesake mills, John E. Morgan has a growing influence in his Tamaqua hometown and the region.
Walmart restroom peeping tom in Carbon County
Police in Carbon County have arrested a man accused of being a peeping tom in a Wal-Mart restroom.
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A fire which originated in the Fabric Cigar Store, Broadway, Mauch Chunk, at 9:15 this morning, destroyed four stores entailing a loss approximated at $100,000. It was the most disastrous fire in the history of the town and took five hours to contain.
Recycling returns to Nesquehoning
After a brief hiatus resulting from Carbon County pulling the plug on its blue bin recycling program, recycling has returned to the Borough of Nesquehoning.
A teardown celebration
Past and current firefighters were both honored and recognized during the Lansford Fire Company's Teardown and Remembrance Celebration held recently at the fire station.
Nesquehoning street sweeping
Dan Staehle, Nesquehoning borough employee, starts cleaning the streets by hand as he awaits the arrival of the street sweeper.