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Ariel Parker, 27, of Coal Township, was sentenced by President Judge William H. Wiest to serve 90 days on house arrest after pleading guilty to his second offense of driving under the influence of alcohol.
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A Coal Township man accused of sexually assaulting an 8-year-old girl last summer will begin serving his 3 to 23-month county prison sentence Aug. 4. Northumberland County President Judge William H. Wiest imposed the sentence on Kevin C. Glazik, 36, of 510 N. First St., who once again expressed deep remorse for his actions.
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A 36-year-old man charged in a March 7 fight in Shamokin was given credit for 137 days previously served in prison and released after being sentenced Monday by Northumberland County President Judge William H. Wiest.
It's time to stock up on Popsicles and head out to the pool: this week's supposed to be a scorcher.
The Work Groups Camp coming into Shamokin today is in need of ladders. Anyone wishing to lend or donate their ladder can contact Keith Sawyer at 570-713-4578.
Shamokin Properties, of Danville, against Phyllis Reichenbach and Jon Koons, both of Shamokin, for $1,100, filed July 18. A hearing is scheduled for August 4. William S. and Lisa A. Karpinski, both of Coal Township, awarded $2,429.88 July 14 in rent and court costs from Tracy Vetovich, of Shamokin.
Helen Swartz , Helen Schwartz and Lorraine J. Halcovich to Dehlilah Betz-Lebleu, property in Shamokin, $3,000.
The oldest restaurant in Shamokin is closing next month after more than 70 years in business.
A Shamokin man is refuting objections filed by attorneys for Northumberland County and commissioners Vinny Clausi and Stephen Bridy in federal court over a recent decision to allow his lawsuit to proceed.
A game of "Truth or Dare" has landed a 20-year-old city man behind bars on a felony of statutory sexual assault.
A mother was charged with driving while under the influence of controlled substances after taking her children to school and minutes later striking a parked car and a street sign.
The Shamokin Police Department will host a National Night Out Event from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 5, at Claude Kehler Park, Third and Arch streets.
Legislation before the state Senate that would update the Act 47 distressed cities recovery program, which Shamokin entered in June, allows tripling of the local services tax from $52 to $156 annually.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 07:02 am
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