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Charges in road rage incident in Tamaqua
A road rage incident in Tamaqua has led to charges being filed against Drew D. Labar, 25, of 219 Market St., Tamaqua.
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Tamaqua man jailed on attempted...
State police at Frackville said John Edwin Clause, 58, was arraigned Sunday morning on charges of criminal attempt homicide, aggravated and simple assault, and recklessly endangering another person.
Schuylkill County man charged with attempted homicide
State police said a 27-year-old man was shot in the face during a confrontation at his home near Tamaqua in Schuylkill County on Saturday evening.
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Men and women, ages 20 and older, are needed for the Crowded Kitchen Players' production of "Too Clever By Half."
Rush Township: William H. Mackenzie and Patricia A. Mackenzie to Jacob and Hayley Daubert: Parcel at 9 Acorn Lane, Nesquehoning, for $118,000.
One of a kind
When a bottle collector finds an example in a league of its own, well ... it's enough to become uncorked with happiness.
Tamaqua Citizenship winner named
The Tamaqua Area Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday that Thomas Banditelli Sr. will receive the 51st Joseph M. Plasko Citizenship Award.
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.
DUI cases heard in Tamaqua
A number of defendants were scheduled for preliminary hearings on DUI related cases before District Judge Steven Bayer, Tamaqua, on March 25. One case was dismissed, one was withdrawn and the defendants in all of the other cases opted to waive their charges, setting up for trials in the next criminal session in Schuylkill County Court.
When many of our ancestors found their way to American shores over a century ago, the coal industry was the jobs magnet that drew them to this region of the state.
One heavy decision
The historic Victorian vault that safeguarded cash and Lansford's most important documents in days gone by might be up for grabs if the price is right.
Man makes repeat visits to Tamaqua district judge
In each of the first three months of 2014, Christopher Lee Hill, 26, whose last known address was 47 Mush Dahl Rd., New Ringgold, has appeared before District Judge Stephen Bayer, Tamaqua, on retail theft and drug related charges.
Relay for Life meeting slated in Tamaqua
The Relay for Life of Tamaqua and Surrounding Communities will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday at the Salvation Army, 105 W. Broad St., Tamaqua.
John Roberts charged in high-speed police chase
Police in Schuylkill County say a man led them on a high-speed chase with his young son in the car.
Demand grows for more improvement zones
An effort to expand a new state urban redevelopment program gained momentum Monday as a House panel heard testimony from lawmakers who said the program would benefit their municipalities.
Diocese merging Tamaqua churches
Two Tamaqua houses of worship with a combined total of 284 years of service to the community will merge on July 1 into a new church known as St. John XXIII Parish.
Well-Known Store Closed Due To Expansion
Charlotte Solt works in what some call cramped quarters at Koch's Turkey Farm near Tamaqua.
Tamaqua Catholic churches to merge
Two Tamaqua houses of worship with a combined total of 284 years of service to the community will merge on July 1. Parishioners learned Saturday that SS.
Schuylkill judge levy impaired driving...
Schuylkill County President Judge William Baldwin on March 19 sentenced Thomas A. Armbruster Jr., 60, of Bowmanstown to six months of intermediate punishment for driving under the influence of a controlled substance.