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Citing favorable garbage removal contracts that were awarded by two local municipalities, Hazleton City Authority board members announced plans for soliciting bids for trash removal... [Read More]
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A former hospital in Hazleton that has caught the attention of city leaders for code violations and unpaid taxes could soon have a new owner.... [Read More]
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Signs that were recently posted throughout Hazleton to tell motorists where to park when it snows conflict with current parking regulations. That could change in... [Read More]
If an earthquake strikes while Weatherly Area schools are in session, district officials want students and staff to know how to protect themselves. Staff and... [Read More]
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A picture of "Old Ironsides" that has been in Weatherly Area schools since the 1920s will soon have a new home. The school board voted... [Read More]
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Political fliers that were placed on vehicles at a Hazleton restaurant and claim that certain candidates are seeking office with the goal of hiking taxes... [Read More]
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The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals vacated a mandate that declares Hazleton's immigration ordinance unconstitutional, the mayor confirmed Tuesday. The development comes after the... [Read More]
Longtime West Hazleton councilman James "Bucky" Kulaga resigned Tuesday, prompting the governing body to appoint the wife of a sitting member to serve the remainder... [Read More]
A new garbage contract will yield a "substantial savings" for township residents, a supervisor said. But, the actual amount remains to be calculated. The supervisors... [Read More]
It's time for Weatherly Area students who have past-due cafeteria accounts to pay up, school officials say. School directors who have been asked to shuffle... [Read More]
Hazleton City Authority board members recently awarded nearly $16,000 in raises to seven management-level employees. The authority board voted in late September to award the... [Read More]
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A consulting firm that developed a financial recovery program for West Hazleton will take on a similar role for Hazleton. Consultants from Pennsylvania Economy League... [Read More]
Vehicle breakdowns and late pick-ups are impacting student transportation services more than a month into the school year at Weatherly Area School District, parents and... [Read More]
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The city Redevelopment Authority will use a nearly $60,000 state grant to continue remedial work at an East Green Street lot that formerly housed a... [Read More]
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A grant-funded program that evaluates methods for extracting rare earth materials from coal waste could fuel the coal industry for generations to come, Energy Secretary... [Read More]
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A grant-funded program that evaluates methods for extracting rare earth materials from coal waste could fuel the coal industry for generations to come, Energy Secretary... [Read More]
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A grant-funded program that evaluates methods for extracting rare earth materials from coal waste could fuel the coal industry for generations to come, Energy Secretary... [Read More]
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A grant-funded program that evaluates methods for extracting rare earth materials from coal waste could fuel the coal industry for generations to come, U.S. Energy... [Read More]
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A grant-funded program that evaluates methods for extracting rare earth materials from coal waste could fuel the coal industry for generations to come, Energy Secretary... [Read More]
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A developer wants to convert the former Poplar Street School in Hazleton into a 18-unit apartment building. The city approved a zoning application that West... [Read More]
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