WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Indian tribes and Jim Thorpe's sons to move the remains of the athletic great from Pennsylvania to Oklahoma.
The justices on Monday left in place a court ruling that ordered Thorpe's body to remain in the Pennsylvania town that bears his name.
Thorpe's two surviving sons, and the Sac and Fox Nation have been seeking to bury Thorpe on American Indian land in Oklahoma.
Thorpe was a football, baseball and track star who won the...
Two men accused of shoplifting were sent to jail last week after they were caught by Rush Township police and arraigned before District Judge Stephen Bayer of Tamaqua.
Both men were caught at the HT Commons Walmart in Hometown on Sept. 28.
Daniel Chitswara, 32, of Hazleton, was charged with criminal conspiracy to commit theft, retail theft and possession of drug paraphernalia (a needle).
According to police, Chitswara took merchandise valued at $825 from the store on Sept. 27 and returned to...
With a 62-27 romp over an undermanned UMass team last week, Notre Dame should feel pretty good. But with the performance of the erratic defense in the first half, there is real reason for major concern tonight.
It’s impossible to live in the present if you’re caught up in the past.
I read that quote a decade ago in a book about grieving. It resonated with me because at the time, three years after my husband Andy passed away, I was still having a hard time moving on.
I did everything one is supposed to do to get on with life. I made new friends and tried things I had never done before. I succeeded in staying busy, going home at night only when I was tired and was sure I could sleep.
The films of director Noah Baumbach are an acquired taste. The acting of Greta Gerwig is an acquired taste. Collaboratively, their latest film, “Mistress America,” which they co-wrote, is really an acquired taste.