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Galen Glen Winery extends weekday hours
The winery in West Penn Township, Schuylkill County, added weekday hours to its schedule: noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday and Sunday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, the winery announced Tuesday.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
TASD to offer IMPACT Testing to Student-Athletes
Tamaqua,Schuylkill County- In order to offer additional protection for many of our student-athletes within the Tamaqua Area School District, Coordinated Health is offering FREE ImPACT testing during the summer months.
Pottsville Community to Build Memorial for Fire Victims
Pottsville, Schuylkill County- It's been just over a month since two adults and four children lost their lives in a Schuylkill County fire.
National Hunger Survey Underway
A national survey is underway dealing with hunger and a food pantry in our area is participating including Schuylkill County.
State police seeking Bernabe Jefferies for passing fake $50 bills
Pennsylvania state police are looking for a man who tried to get change for a fake $50 bill Monday at Rita's Italian Ice in North Manheim Township, Schuylkill County.
Tots Get Taught Fire Safety
More than one month after a fire killed a family in Schuylkill County including four children, the community of Pottsville came together to promote fire safety.
Police Search For Man behind West Pittston House Painting Scam
West Pittston, Luzerne County -- Joseph Lombardo of West Pittston was looking for someone in April to paint the exterior of his Luzerne Avenue home.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
'Skookill News' pulls one over
The joke's on us despite an obvious disclaimer, satirical news site "Skookill News" had Schuylkill County residents buzzing this weekend with talk of an MTV TV show based off the "Coalcracker" life.
The Force is Back in McAdoo
McAdoo, Schuylkill County- A move worthy of a standing ovation by residents-at a council meeting.
Family Forced Out Of Home
It's the aftermath of a crime which is keeping a family in Schuylkill County out of their home.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Elderly driver crashes into Schuylkill County home
It happened just after 4 Sunday morning along Route 309 in Rush Township. Officials say an elderly driver lost control of his van which lead to the van crashing into a home.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
DA wants Yelito removed from Coaldale council
The district attorney of Schuylkill County has filed a petition in the county court seeking removal from office a member of the Coaldale Borough Council.
JROTC leader fired by PV board
The Panther Valley school board on Thursday fired Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Senior U.S. Army Instructor Major Kenneth Markovich.
Philly brothers charged in Pottsville homicide, robbery
Anthony Ballard, 26, is accused of fatally shooting a man in the Schuylkill County town on Tuesday, according to court records.
Pennsylvanians and Pennsylvania birds contribute to massive new collection of bird sounds
Saw-whet owl sounds, recorded during banding activities of the research program at the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, are included in the recently released "Cornell Guide to Bird Sounds: Master Set for North America."
Thu Jun 13, 2013
The Lebanon Daily News
Corbett to nominate former Congressman Tim Holden to LCB
A Schuylkill County Democrat who represented Lebanon County in Congress may find a seat on the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
On this date
Schuylkill County's spelling champion, Ruth Roman, 12, is taking part in the National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., and is wearing as a good luck omen the same green dress and white sweater which she wore at the bee in Pottsville.
Preserving Pieces Of Civil War History
Beverly Butler appreciates that. She passes pieces of the Civil War everyday. Cannons from the war which is part of Pottsville's heritage.
The Citizens' Voice
Proposed elections fix will cost county $2,300
Luzerne County's plan to fix the fouled-up primary elections for Hazleton Area School Board will cost $2,300, down from an initial estimate of $10,000, county Chief Solicitor David Pedri said.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
How they voted
The budget passed the state House of Representatives by a party-line vote. Local Republican representatives who voted in favor of the budget were: Jim Cox of Spring Township; Gary Day of Lehigh County; Mark M. Gillen of Robeson Township; Jerry P. Knowles of Schuylkill County; Ryan Mackenzie of Lehigh County; David M. Maloney Sr. of Pike Township; ... (more)