File for divorce
Angela M. Sandler, 244 Walnut Lane, Andreas, filed suit for divorce from Brendan L. Sandler, 236 Walnut Lane, Andreas. They were married Sept. 11, 2010.
JoAnn Hollywood, 115 S. Center St., Pottsville, filed suit against Patrick J. Hollywood, 12 N. Valley St., New Philadelphia. They were married Dec. 9, 1978.
Annalee Galvin, 306 E. Market St., Mahanoy City, was granted a divorce from Martin T. Galvin, 882 Barnesville Drive, Barnesville. They were married Feb. 4, 1989.
Michael R. Viera was granted a divorce from Angela M. Viera, both of Auiburn. They were married March 16, 2005.
Brad Fidler was granted a divorce from Erika Fidler, both of Pine Grove. They were married April 24, 2009.
Mary Ann Hummel was granted a divorce from Mark H. Hummel, both of Friedensburg. They were married Aug. 15, 1981.
Joann M. Reed, Cressona, was granted a divorce from Dwayne A. Reed, Schuylkill Haven. They were married Aug. 13, 1994.
Jason E. Subach was granted a divorce from Fern M. Subach, both of Shenandoah. They were married March 26, 2008.
John P. Reese, Ashland, was granted a divorce from Amber Garrett, Etters, York County. They were married Dec. 12, 2009.
Seek back taxes
Tamaqua Area School District filed a petition to court to place a lien on the property owned by Denice M. Price, 733 E. Broad St., Tamaqua, for $519.47 alleged owed in back taxes.
Mahanoy Area School District filed a civil suit against Finite Strategies, LL, of Mahanoy City, claiming it breached a contract.
The school district claims under the terms of a contract the company was to update and maintain crises management/disaster emergency operation plan, update the right-to-know compliance pertaining to chemical inventory regulations, test for lead and copper in all school building every two years and for radom every year.
The district claims the work was not done properly.
Claim owe payments
Midland Funding LLC filed suit against John Bean, 718 E. Broad St., Tamaqua, alleging he owes a balance of $3,635.11 on his credit card.
GMAC Inc., Lewisville, Tex., filed suit against Ricky Burns, 40 E. Ridge St., Coaldale, alleging he has defaulted in car payments and owes a balance of $11,544.29.
Brandon Thomas Hollywood, 29, Pottsville, lost his appeal in the Pennsylvania Superior Court to have his conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol overturned.
He claimed the evidence was insufficient to identify him as the driver. Testimony was Pottsville Patrolman Joseph Welsh, began following Hollywood's car which accelerated, turned out its lights, went through a stop sign. At some point the officer lost sight of the car but came upon in parked in a lot near an ally and it was empty. The officer followed foot prints from the car on the February morning in 2009 in the snow to a residents where they found Hollywood. The higher court ruled the prints were sufficiently clear to be tracked.