Wednesday, April 1, 2015
     

At least one person was injured Wednesday morning when involved in a single car crash along Route 93 in Nesquehoning.

The crash occurred just after 11 a.m. as the driver was traveling south about two miles north of Route 209.

The operator lost control on a straightaway entering the right berm impacting with a tree. Nesquehoning police are investigating the incident.

By PATTIE MIHALIK

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Thomas Wolfe immortalized the phrase, "You can't go home again."

I don't know about you, but I've had the experience of trying to go back to my beloved hometown, hoping to see the happy place of my youth.

Instead, the town had changed so much, and not for the better. The people were still extraordinarily warm and friendly, making even a trip to Dunkin' Donuts a nice adventure. I think coal region people are some of the friendliest people anyone could hope to encounter.

The last line of the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor states that "I will always uphold the constitution, my community and the agency I serve."

During his 34 years of life, Boston police officer John Moynihan has done service in all three areas with honor and dignity.

After high school, he joined the United States Army, went to Ranger school and served in Iraq during 2006-07.

R. Thomas Berner's exhibition "60 Years Later" takes visitors on a trip to intriguing locations around the world.

An exhibit showcasing 60 years of photography by R. Thomas Berner will bridge generations by supporting activities of today's youth.

Berner's first show, "60 Years Later: A Photo Exhibition," premiered March 20 at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center, with proceeds to benefit local groups.

The presentation, to run through April 13, features dramatic photography employing innovative techniques by Berner, a 1961 Tamaqua High School graduate and professor emeritus of journalism and American studies at Penn State University.

Tamaqua:

Thomas and Rosemarie Porambo to Melissa Sue Riddick: Property at 125 1/2 Spruce St. for $17,000.

JP Morgan Chase Bank to Hogar CommunityReinvestment: Property at 124 Gay St. for $1.

John T. Henne toFederal Home LoanMortgage: Property at 22 N. Greenwood St. for$1,183.

Jude M. Gaydos to Hutchinson Realty Development: Four contiguous properties at 0,0,125, and 127 Centre Street for $450,000 each.

Gary J. Solan to Peter and Sarah Johnson:Properties at 11-13 E. Mauch Chunk St. for $70,000.