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A serial burglar seems to be making his way across Pennsylvania, striking at Speedway gas stations.

The Tamaqua Speedway was the latest victim of the lone male. The convenience store was robbed shortly after midnight on July 29.

After reviewing security footage from the Speedway store, located at 307 Center St., Tamaqua, as well as footage from the borough's safety cameras, police have offered the following details.

By PATTIE MIHALIK

newsgirl@comcast.net

It's only a medium-size cutting board but I can't find room for it as I walk through my kitchen trying to fit it into a cabinet. It doesn't fit anywhere that makes sense.

I use the board every day so it has to be handy. If only I had a convenient location where it would fit.

Once again I find myself thinking I need more room in my small kitchen. So I take an inventory of my limited space and try to figure out how to get more storage room.

Times News file photo The statue of Jim Thorpe throwing the discus is the second in a series of statues designed and cast by sculptor Edmond Shumpert of Europa, Mississippi.

It is not often that a case from our area winds up in the Supreme Court, but that is precisely where the issue rests now about whether Jim Thorpe's remains should rest in peace in the borough, which renamed itself in his honor, or whether they should be reinterred in Oklahoma.

KAREN CIMMS/TIMES NEWS Sesame Chicken and Veggies

Here's another quick weeknight meal that will get you in and out of the kitchen in no time.

A dash of sesame oil and soy sauce gives this dish an Asian flair.

Sesame Chicken

and Veggies

3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cross cut into 1/2-inch strips

1 cup flour

4-5 carrots, peeled, cut lengthwise into 2-inch strips

1 medium sweet onion, chopped

1 red bell pepper, chopped

2 cups broccoli

2 tablespoons sesame oil, divided

1 tablespoon soy sauce

4 tablespoons butter

1-2 tablespoons water

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Marriage licenses

Jeffrey William Kuklentz and Stacey Ann Yurasits, Lehighton.

Vincent Stephen Tobia and Chelsea Marie Holthausen, Palmerton.

Scott Wayne Nothstein and Amy Beth Green, Lehighton.

Radames Alvarez-Mateo and Nicoletta Muscacchia, Albrightsville.

Eric Michael Steigerwalt and Kathie Marie Murphy, Jim Thorpe.

Alfonso Joseph Sebia Jr. and Amber Lynn O'Shaughnessy, Weatherly.

Mortgage foreclosures

The following actions were filed as mortgage foreclosures for alleged defaults on loans.