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A 12-year-old boy has been flown to Lehigh Valley Hospital after he drove his bike into a car. The boy was riding south on Bowe Street at 3 p.m. and failed to stop at intersection with Spruce, police said. He struck the passenger side door of a 2007 Nissan Ultima driven by a 17-year-old male from New Ringgold. The car was being driven west on Spruce. The boy had head and leg injuries.
A traffic stop on Claremont Avenue in Hometown on July 4 led to charges for a Philadelphia man. Mark Griffen, 19, faces charges of driving under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Griffen submitted to a blood test after the traffic stop. The results show he had marijuana in his system.
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Zane Zeiner and Nevin George took victories in the Central States Modified Gamblers Series (CSMGS) Twin 50s Saturday night at Mahoning Valley Speedway. Zeiner, of Bath, has not been a point racer for a number of years. Kunkletown's George has also stepped back from the grind of title chasing. Instead, both look to the big shows. Because of that, they have made it a must to be part of the high-dollar CSMGS. Both veterans proved their worth by turning in solid performances against a stout field.
"Change Your Story, Change Your Life," a practical self-help guide to personal transformation, reveals effective tools to reduce your worry quotient and improve your life Do you always second-guess yourself and mentally run through every possible scenario and all the potential risks? Do you find that after resolving one worry, you immediately identify something else to worry about? Did these questions make you worry about whether you worry too much?
"45RPM A Tribute to the '70s AM Radio Hits" at Penn's Peak has been rescheduled to 8 p.m. Oct. 24. All tickets for the concert, which was scheduled for this Friday, will be honored for the October show. The band formed in September of 2010 after six seasoned musicians found themselves stuck in a rehearsal room. They challenged each other to a game of "What's the cheesiest song you remember from the good old days of Top 40 AM radio?" The result? 45RPM. The band is know for playing note-perfect...