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  1. Varano arraigned on drug, trespassing chargesRead the original story

    Apr 18, 2015 | The News Item

    A city man accused of dealing and using drugs after hours at his mother's day care told a judge she would be bailing him out of jail. Ryan Varano, 28, of 114 S. Fifth St., was placed in Snyder County Prison on a bench warrant after turning himself in to city police Thursday.

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  2. Suspect in Shamokin day care heroin incident turns self inRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2015 | The News Item

    A man accused of dealing and using drugs after hours at a city day care three weeks ago turned himself over to police Thursday. Ryan Varano, 28, of 114 S. Fifth St., was taken to Snyder County Prison on a bench warrant Thursday night after walking into the police station and giving himself up.

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  3. College News: University of PittsburghRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2015 | The News Item

    Erin Scicchitano, the daughter of Mike and Laurel Scicchitano, of Kulpmont, and a granddaughter of Tony and Millie Scicchitano, of Bear Gap, was inducted into the University of Pittsburgh honor society, Lambda Sigma, at a March 1 ceremony at the O'Hara Ballroom. Lambda Sigma is an honor society which began at the University of Pittsburgh in 1922 and has since become a national organization.

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  4. Kulpmont finds estimates to buy, retrofit East End 'affordable'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | The News Item

    The borough's new municipal building could be coming to the main street for an estimated $650,000 - a considerably lower cost than constructing a new one. Borough council member Stephen Motyka discussed the price of retrofitting the former East End Fire Company social hall; the estimates to buy the building and do the work were received Monday and Tuesday.

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  5. State cites fraud by contractor, other problems with weatherizationRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2015 | The News Item

    A former heating sub-contractor for Northumberland County's weatherization department has been accused of "potential fraudulent charges" by the state Department of Community and Economic Development in its review of the program. The report also cites deficiencies in the weatherization department, and the state has ordered the county to produce a corrective action plan by April 22. Release of the report comes on the heels of last week's 2-1 vote by Northumberland County commissioners to shut down the weatherization department, effective June 30, and have it operated as a regional program by SEDA-COG.

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  6. Kulpmont to buy, retrofit East End social hallRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | The News Item

    The borough's new municipal building could be coming to the main street for an estimated $650,000 - a considerably lower cost than constructing a new one. Borough council member Stephen Motyka discussed the price of retrofitting the former East End Fire Company social hall; the estimates to buy the building and do the work were received Monday and Tuesday.

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  7. Bishop, five religious orders part of Maria Kaupus Center dedication in Mount CarmelRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2015 | The News Item

    Mark Gilger/Staff Photos Sisters from four religious orders display portraits of their congregation's founders Sunday at a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony for Mother Maria Kaupas Center in Mount Carmel. From left are Sister Mary Justice Przybocki of the Felicians, Sister Regina Marie Dubickas of St. Casimir, Sister Ellen Maroney of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Scranton and Sister Michael Ann Orlik of SS Cyril and Methodius.

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  8. Kulpmont nursing student visits Haiti, gets healthy dose of appreciationRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2015 | The News Item

    Submitted Photo Vicky Burnside, of Riverside, right, a nursing student from the Luzerne County Community College program in Kulpmont, poses with children at the Petit Goave Agricultural School in the village of Vialet, Haiti, during a mission trip in March. For Vicky Burnside, the short amount of time she spent on a mission trip to Haiti a month ago will pay big dividends in the long term - not only spiritually, but in her chosen field of nursing.

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  9. Mount Carmel Area Field Day set for Tuesday; candidates namedRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2015 | The News Item

    Mount Carmel Area Track and Field Day for 2015 is Tuesday at the Silver Bowl. The ceremony takes place prior to the home track meet against Danville starting at 4 p.m. The Mount Carmel Area "Big Red" Band will lead the way in escorting the candidates from the high school to the stadium starting at 2:30 p.m. All six candidates will be escorted to the center of the field by senior members of the boys track team and the 2014-15 Field Day Queen will be crowned.

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  10. Kulpmont man charged with indecent assault on teenagerRead the original story

    Apr 10, 2015 | The News Item

    A borough man faces indecent assault charges after allegedly making inappropriate contact with a 14-year-old girl during a sleepover at his residence Saturday. State police charged Michael D. Vellner, 46, of 728 Oak St., with two counts of aggravated indecent assault, a second-degree felony, and a misdemeanor account of indecent assault.

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  11. Varano still on the lam; Kehler's hearing continuedRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2015 | The News Item

    One of two men accused of using and dealing heroin after-hours at a Shamokin day care had his preliminary hearing continued Tuesday while police continue searching for his accomplice. Christian Kehler, 37, of 1114 N. Shamokin St., faces three felony and three misdemeanor charges for allegedly purchasing heroin Philadelphia and bringing it back to use and sell at Jesus' Lil Helpers Daycare.

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  12. College News: Wilkes UniversityRead the original story

    Apr 6, 2015 | The News Item

    Marisa Farronato, of Kulpmont, was honored recently as a member of an award-winning public relations account team at Wilkes University. Farronato, a senior communications studies major, was a member of Zebra Communications' "Need Knows No Season" fundraising campaign to benefit the Wilkes-Barre Salvation Army.

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  13. District Court: Monday, April 6, 2015Read the original story

    Apr 6, 2015 | The News Item

    Christopher Jacob Fedder, of Millsboro, Del., against Bruce Bradshaw and Co., of Trevorton, for $1,430, filed March 31. Hearing scheduled for April 13. Geoffrey Mako, of Shamokin, against Andrea Klebert-Baez, of Coal Township, for $12,000, filed March 30. Hearing scheduled for April 9. Casey Drogalis, of Sunbury, against Nicole Snyder, of Shamokin, for $2,511, filed April 1. Hearing scheduled for April 13. Tammy Smith-Eister, Eugene Eister, of Pensacola, Fla., against Joseph Brodie, of Kulpmont, for $2,500, filed March 30. Hearing scheduled for April 9. Apartments & Acquisitions against Thomas Beltrand and Christina Perez, all of Mount Carmel, for $1,300, filed March 30. Hearing scheduled for April 9. Kristan N. Kessler, of Elysburg, against Michelle Lynn Revinski, of Mount Carmel, for $3,580, filed March 30. Hearing scheduled for April 14. Billy W. Clark Jr., of Shamokin Dam, awarded ... (more)

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  14. On Pine Street in Kulpmont, 'The Crossing' is a Holy Saturday traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2015 | The News Item

    MIKE STAUGAITIS/Staff Photo With cups raised, people meet and greet each other in the center of the 900 block of Pine Street in Kulpmont Saturday afternoon in what has become an annual tradition. MIKE STAUGAITIS/Staff Photos Terry Meyer holds up his cup and a cross as participants prepare to cross the street a second time.

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  15. More than 6,400 area residents affected by disrupted power linesRead the original story

    Apr 4, 2015 | The News Item

    At least 6,429 customers in Marion Heights, Kulpmont and Mount Carmel boroughs and Ralpho and Shamokin townships lost power Friday afternoon when a construction vehicle disrupted power lines. The outage began at 1:50 p.m. when a large dump truck raised its lifts, knocking out power lines, said Melinda Stumpf, a representative with PPL.

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  16. 25 Knights receive honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2015 | The News Item

    Knights of Columbus Shamokin Council 458 hosted an Exemplification of the Third Degree at their social hall on Independence Street on March 1. Twenty-five candidates in District 54 from Kulpmont, Shamokin and Elysburg and councils in Ringtown, Montoursville, Danville, Selinsgrove and Hazleton received full honors of the order and were "knighted." More than 25 observers, with dignitaries including state Secretary James Bailoni, took part.

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  17. Organization News: American Legion AuxiliaryRead the original story

    Apr 3, 2015 | The News Item

    American Legion Auxiliary Unit 231, Kulpmont, held a meeting Jan. 27 with Flo Willard, Jamie Bordell, Bernie Foulds, Rosalie Ziegler, Betty Chapman, Maria Savinsky, Reggie Poplaski and Carol Patton in attendance. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

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  18. Wiring blamed for fire that leaves 3 homeless in ShamokinRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | The News Item

    When firefighters arrived to battle a blaze at an apartment building at Spurzheim and Shamokin streets Wednesday morning, flames were shooting out of second-floor windows. A second alarm was immediately called in to summon more help, but, just 20 minutes later, the fire had been knocked down.

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  19. Noteworthy: Wednesday, April 1, 2015Read the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | The News Item

    All schools in the Shamokin Area School District will be closed Friday in observance of the Easter holiday. All schools will reopen Monday.

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  20. One day care drug bust defendant still at largeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | The News Item

    Police are still looking for one of the men accused of using and selling heroin in a Shamokin day care. Ryan Varano, 28, of 114 S. Fifth St., Shamokin, is being sought by police after he was found in Jesus' Lil Helpers Daycare Saturday night with Christian L. Kehler, 37, of 1114 N. Shamokin St., Shamokin.

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