Friday, June 23, 2017
     
Services have been announced for Schuylkill County attorney Gary Marchalk, who was killed earlier this week. His son Michael is the suspect in the case. Marchalk, 60, is survived by his wife of 10 years, Linda (Gallo) Marchalk; his sons, Michael and Matthew D. Marchalk; his sister, Mrs. Cathy Santee, wife of Scott; his grandchildren, Adam, Emmah, Chad, Kadyn, and Mackynzie; and his stepsons, David and Zachery Zerby.
McAdoo Police have released information on two recent juvenile cases. Officers cited a 16-year-old borough male after he reportedly shot a juvenile girl with an air soft gun. The girl was shot in the eye on June 1, at 11:10 a.m. Charges include simple assault, reckless endangerment and harassment and will be filed through the juvenile court system.
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June 22, 2012 — Danny Keer belts two homers and Jonathan Herman adds another as Franklin Township rolls to a 16-3 victory over Jim Thorpe in its District 18 11-12 Little League tournament opener. Keer, the game’s winning pitcher, hits a two-run blast during a five-run first inning, and a two-run shot in the third. Herman also goes deep with a teammate aboard in the fourth frame. Gabe Wagner collects a pair of doubles and knocks in two runs, while Collin Haupt adds two hits and two RBIs. Frank...
Another Day Dawns includes, front, Tyler Ritter, and back from left, Livi Dillon, Dakota McGeehan and Nick McGeehan. Scan this photo with the Prideo app to see a video of the band rehearsing. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Copyright - JJ Horvath
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