Monday Jul 28
Kunkletown man faces charges after crashing another's car
A Kunkletown man wrecked another man's car while driving with a suspended license Sunday night.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Popular Polk Township eatery destroyed by early-morning fire
A popular West End restaurant known for serving anytime from breakfast to last call was destroyed by fire on Sunday.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Man waives hearing in Palmerton hit-and-run
A Carbon County man who allegedly hit a 14-year-old male with his vehicle and drove away from the scene has had his case bound over to Carbon County Court.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Booklet helps history buffs track down Poconos' past
The booming leather-tanning industry inspired the name for Tannersville, while Polk Township drew its name from President James K. Polk when it separated from Chestnuthill Township in 1846.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Another Atlantic City Casino Plans to Close
It's been a rough year for casinos in Atlantic City, and the city is going to lose another one of its gambling spots.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Hearings continued in Kunkletown...
A Kunkletown man who turned a gun on his kidnapper and shot him in the stomach has had his hearing reduced for the second week.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Less camping, more cookies: Critics say Girl Scouts have lost their way
Although moments like this match a tenet of the Girl Scout law to "make the world a better place," there are today fewer locations for campfire sing-a-longs.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Items stolen from Kunkletown home
The suspect entered through the rear door of the home and also entered a barn next to the home through a side window to remove items, state police in Lehighton said.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Sharing stories in Gilbert
The Korean War Veterans Association Chapter 109 each year organizes a picnic for veterans who are in nursing homes at the American Legion in Gilbert.