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The troubled Tremont Area Free Public Library will be open at least until the end of the year, the library board president said last week.... [Read More]
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Through the efforts of an American Red Cross program, volunteers were able to install more than 600 free smoke alarms in homes in Pottsville, Palo... [Read More]
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New playground equipment, wall art stencils and a brighter school will greet children who attend John S. Clarke Elementary Center. "I really want to go,"... [Read More]
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The community has a new playground to enjoy thanks to a state grant, the borough and members of the community. Located at Auburn Memorial Park... [Read More]
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Schuylkill County residents and visitors will not be disappointed this year in the beauty of the fall leaves, according to forestry experts. "It's a new... [Read More]
A Norwegian Township resident recently asked about recording a video of the supervisors meeting and was advised against doing so, despite the Pennsylvania Sunshine Act... [Read More]
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Trauma can have long-lasting effects, and how people deal with it matters. "Everybody has trauma," Kathy Quick, Schuylkill County Child and Adolescent Social Service Program... [Read More]
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A female passenger was taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash in the city Wednesday. A Toyota Prius and Ford F-150 collided about 5:24... [Read More]
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About 25 people attended the POW/MIA Candelight Vigil on Sunday at the Schuylkill County Vietnam Veterans Memorial along Route 61. "This is a time to... [Read More]
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Russell Roeder watched as members of the Centre Park Flutes moved with the rhythm of the music they played Sunday afternoon at Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran... [Read More]
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Legislators toured Hydro Extrusion USA LLC this week to highlight the company's work as it plans for a new high-performance press. State Rep. Mike Tobash,... [Read More]
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It all started when a tree fell onto a car on the property of Ken Dubbs. After spending days carving up the tree, he thought... [Read More]
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More mold has been found in the John S. Clarke Elementary Center, but the teacher's union is confident the school district is handling the problem.... [Read More]
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The $6.5 million renovations at Penn State Schuylkill were showcased Wednesday during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Visitors saw an updated student community center and an improved... [Read More]
The community is invited to the third annual Recovery Event sponsored by Schuylkill County Drug and Alcohol Program. The free event is from noon to... [Read More]
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Students at both Schuylkill Technology Centers are working to outfit a former Tastykake delivery truck into a food truck to take to local venues. While... [Read More]
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Students at both Schuylkill Technology Centers are working to outfit a former Tastykake delivery truck into a food truck to take to local venues. While... [Read More]
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Rain from the remnants of Florence, recently downgraded from a tropical depression, will impact Schuylkill County, but widespread flooding is not expected. The NWS issued... [Read More]
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The former Garfield Diner was up for tax upset sale Monday at the Schuylkill County Courthouse but wasn't bid on. Angela D. Toomey, director of... [Read More]
Two police officers were appointed and sworn in at Tuesday night's borough council meeting. Mayor Leo Securda swore in Harry Brown and Tim Walsh. They... [Read More]
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