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Mahoning Township Police have charged a Lehighton man with using a stolen credit card. On Thursday, police received a report that a credit card was stolen from a Slatington resident on Tuesday at Country Junction in Lehighton. The stolen card was used the same day at the Mahoning Township Walmart to purchase electronics valued at $223.60. The investigating officer reviewed Walmart security video and identified the card user from prior contact as Kyle Hagenbuch of Lehighton. On Friday,...
A Monroe Countyresident was one of two people who were victims of an assault in Luzerne County. State police at Hazleton said Jose Luis Hernandez, 37, of Hazle Township, has been charged with multiple counts as the result of an incident on Thursday, at 7:57 p.m. in Hazle Township. Troopers said Hernandez engaged in a heated verbal argument with Ralph H. Schultz, 63, of Blakeslee, and Jennifer Luna, 34, of Hazle Township, outside his residence at 160 Patchtown Road. Troopers did not indicate...
Northwestern and Lehighton both posted wins in golf action Thursday. The Tigers defeated Palmerton while the Indians downed Jim Thorpe. GOLF Palmerton- Northwestern Northwestern posted a 426-484 Colonial League win over Palmerton. No other information on the match was submitted to the Times News. Jim Thorpe-Lehighton Lehighton cruised past Jim Thorpe in Schuylkill League play, 360-472. Jordan Knappenberger shot an 81 to lead the Indians (2-3). Cody Semmel and Nick McGeehan each carded 89s in...
While you may assume that you're too inexperienced to get a job that isn't waitressing or baby-sitting, it's never too early to find a job that pertains to your major. Everyone has to start somewhere. As a college student, you shouldn't get a job just to slap something on your resume. Do something that you'll learn from, and it'll give you a taste of what you're in for after graduation. You'll benefit from each experience in different ways.
This drawing by Randolph Rabenold of Lehighton shows a street scene. Rabenold, a retired Jim Thorpe teacher, will be feted at an art show Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at the Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe.
The art work of Randolph "Randy" Rabenold, who taught art in the Jim Thorpe School District for 37 years, will be displayed in a special event Sunday at the Mauch Chunk Opera House. The show, honoring Rabenold, will be 1-4 p.m. Rabenold turns 84 this month. His daughter-in-law Kim Rabenold said, "The Randy Rabenold Art Show will exhibit the collective works of local area educator, known to many as a living legend and an inspiration to many who have pursued art in their life, Milan Melicharek,...