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Schuylkill Haven is a small borough in the state of Pennsylvania, located about one hundred miles northwest of Philadelphia and fifty miles east of Harrisburg. It is located in the southern portion of Schuylkill County about four miles south of the county seat of Pottsville. One of the earliest settlements within the borders of the county, it is generally accepted that the first settler was John Fincher, a Quaker from Chester County.
A warrant for acres of land was granted to him on March 5, The land facing on the Schuylkill River,taking in the curve of the river, is today the west ward and part of the south ward of town. It is this year that the borough celebrates as the official founding. Fincher built a house and barn at a point west of the current location of the center of the rail yard opposite Broadway now Fritz Reed Avenue.
His home was located on an old road that crossed the river and thus became known as Fincher's Ford. These buildings were burned by marauding Indians on November 3, The Fincher family escaped and rebuilt at or near the original location.
In early September probably the 10th of , eight Indians approached the home. Fincher, his wife and three children greeted them in the hopes of establishing friendship and thus preserving their lives. The Indians ignored their entreaties and murdered Fincher and his wife along with their two sons.
A daughter, Rachel, was taken into captivity, eventually reaching the Ohio Territory. She was returned to Colonel Bouquet after he defeated the Indians at Kittanning. Tradition states that the Finchers were buried near their home, which stood until torn down to accommodate the right of way for the Reading Railroad.
Another of Fincher's sons, John Jr. His father's land was later awarded to him in Orphan's Court. He later deeded the land to Peter Conrad November 16, , who in turn deeded the land to George Merkel November 20, Merkel conveyed the land on October 1, to his son-in-law, Martin Dreibelbis. With disregard to the aforementioned tale of John Fincher, Martin Dreibelbis, a German October 5, - September 10, is usually considered the first settler and founder of Schuylkill Haven.
Early in the spring of , Dreibelbis came to present day Schuylkill Haven with his wife and two sons, Jacob and Daniel. He settled on the eastern bank of the Schuylkill River constructing a saw mill, distillery and grist mill, a portion of which served as living quarters. The grist mill was located west of the southwest corner of present day Main Street and Parkway. This mill was used during the Revolutionary War as a refuge from Indian attacks.
In he built a log home on present day Main Street which stood until it's demolition in He also built tenant houses for the workers employed at his enterprises. He eventually conducted three or four sawmills, two grist mills, a distillery, general store and a blacksmith shop. In , Dreibelbis dammed the west branch of the Schuylkill River for the purpose of power generation. In he moved into a newly constructed home on Dock Street, living there only a short time until his death. At his death he owned an estate of acres encompassing all of present day Schuylkill Haven and Cressona extending east to Rest Haven and west to Beckville.
The fortune Dreibelbis accumulated during his life would have made him a millionaire in today's economy. Martin Dreibelbis willed the original town plot to his son Jacob. A second son, Daniel, received a part known as east Schuylkill Haven and the a third son George, received the Seven Stars tract on the northern edge of town.
The original plot of town was laid out by Jacob Dreibelbis in The original patentee had named this land "Petersburg' while Martin Dreibelbis had named his tract patented on the Fincher tract as "Martinsburg". The reason for the plotting of the town served two purposes. Schuylkill County was in it's early stages and it was believed that Schuylkill Haven could compete with McKeansburg and Orwigsburg for the honor of becoming the county seat.
Schuylkill Haven was originally believed to be favored due to it's water power facilities. This advantage was trumped by the actions of Orwigsburg when they dammed a stream and impressed the commission making the selection. Schuylkill Haven was not to be the county seat.
The second reason to plot the town was the emergence of the Schuylkill Canal. Recognizing the importance of the location of our town, it was felt that developing the town was of great interest.
Provisions were made for a market square and a town square. Columbia Street was to be the main residential district. When Jacob Dreibelbis laid out plots, they were sold at cheap rates. Daniel Dreibelbis's plot was later sold to a Reber and then a Dr. Kugler of Philadelphia who laid out building lots in In addition to historical information about the formation and early years of Schuylkill Haven, other unique and interesting news stories and facts will be offered here.
It came so sudden, that those who had seen them but a short time before, were loath to believe it. The swollen river carried the bodies of the two coasters from sight in an instant and although searching parties were out all night, They were unable to locate the bodies. Joseph, aged eleven years son of Walter Bast, and Floyd, aged ten years and son of H.
Bast were the two unfortunate victims. They were cousins and nephews of Jeremiah Bast, the well known knitting mill proprietor. After school the two boys, who were inseparable companions, took their sleds and went coasting on the hills.
They romped about and were having a good time with their little friends until finally, a short time after five o'clock, they found themselves alone on the Berne Street hill, which has a very slight and easy grade.
They had coasted down the hill several times and it is believed they were on what they intended to be their last trip before supper when the fatality occurred. Their sled went gliding over the hard crust with Joseph lying on his stomach and Floyd astride his back. When they came to make the turn they found that on account of the hard crust on the snow that the curve was too sharp to make and as the sled went sliding towards the river bank they threw themselves onto the ground.
The momentum they had gained however was too great and clutching at the hard frozen snow, with desperate cries they slid to the edge of the river bank and with a plunge disappeared from sight.
Edward Boyer, who was standing not far away, saw the terrible accident and after giving the alarm, rushed to the river side, but the angry rushing swirling waters had already swallowed their victims and carried them down the stream.
In a short time the banks were lined with people, while others waded through the river further down where the water was not so deep and the channel wider. No trace of the little fellows could be secured, however until late in the night the search was continued. The river at this point is very much swollen and the current rapid on account of the rain and the melting snow the day before.
The bed is mostly mud and it is feared that the bodies may be buried in this and never recovered. The sled did not go into the stream but was caught in a bush along the bank and held there. When the parents of the boys were notified, they were almost frantic and would not believe that their children were cold in death when they had seen them but a short time before, so jolly and full of life. Both little fellows were known to everyone in Schuylkill Haven and were very well liked and made much of by the older people as well as their playmates.
A shadow seemed to rest over the town last night and this morning, the terrible tragedy being the sole topic of conversation and the only thought. It was a shock such as has not been felt in the town for many years and the sorrow of the parents was shared in a degree by everyone and they have the deepest sympathy of the entire community. A special committee appointed by council held a meeting on Wednesday evening at which they discussed the ways and means. The committee which is composed of Robert Hoffman, George Berkheiser, Arthur Yost and Oscar Bast made reports regarding their visits to other places, giving as examples the town of Kutztown, with people, Tamaqua and Coaldale in this county, all three having nice town halls for about this figure.
The council owns a plot of ground on the west side of Dock Street between Main Street and Paxson Avenue, and the town hall will be erected on this spot. At the present time Schuylkill Haven council meets in a room which is fifteen feet in length and fourteen feet in width, and it is too small to accommodate any taxpayers who might wish to be present at council proceedings.
Besides this there is no downtown office for the light company, the borough jail is too small and in such a location as to be useless, and there are a number of other reasons why a town hall has been boosted for Schuylkill Haven. It is the intention of the borough to erect the building within the next few months and in all probability an architect will be employed at the next meeting to draw up a set of plans.
Bids will be asked for and the contract awarded as soon as possible. The building is to be a two story brick one, according to present plans, and it will require only a short time to erect this.
It will include offices for the borough officials, board of health officials, office for light, meeting room for council, an auditorium for small public meetings and also a borough jail. The authorities contend that it will cost less to conduct a town hall then paying rent for various buildings at the present. Articles on this page are now grouped by type and in chronological order. Newest articles are highlighted with a yellow background.
These two articles address the beginnings of electricity in Schuylkill Haven. Pottsville Republican February 5, A prominent citizen of Schuylkill Haven writes to the Republican as follows: The Schuylkill Haven Borough Council adopted the Thompson-Houston electric arc light at their regular meeting last Tuesday evening, and in our estimation it showed good sense and judgement in giving the citizens a good and superior light even if it would cost a trifle more then the Edison and Westinghouse.
The committee appointed by Council, comprising Messrs. Va, Harrisburg, Pottsville, Mahanoy City, Shenandoah and several other places to inquire and inspect the electric plants of the Edison Westinghouse and Thompson-Houston systems, submitted their report to Council on Tuesday evening. Meyers, Porter and Snow respectively.
After some discussion it was unanimously decided to adopt the Thompson-Houston electric arc light as most suitable for the borough. It has been darkly hinted by several citizens of this enterprising town that the committee received boodle for making a more favorable report relative to the plant now adopted. The gentlemen comprising that committee are honorable and upright citizens in every sense, and their refusal of boodle offered by an agent of a different company showed the honesty and backbone that was in this committee and should be commended.
We hope Council will immediately take steps to have the town lighted by electricity at an early date. It is unnecessary to say that everyone was pleased even those who were first opposed to the cost of the plant to be erected by the borough, but the progressive council braved the storm of opposition and now every taxpayer can see the result and the advantages of well lighted streets.
The light was turned on at 7: At present forty-five lights are used to light the streets and every one confess it is an improvement that will pay for itself in a few years. To vary the monotony of seeing a flood of light surrounding the town, a game of quoits was resorted to under the new light at Greenawalt's store, and created some amusement for the bystanders. At last accounts the advocates of the electric light were ahead and scored many "hobs" and finally won the game.
Moser, Felix, Reifsnyder and Mulholland inspected the lights last night in their official capacity.
For more information please contact Jim at Two men accused of beating to death a Coaldale man have waived their formal arraignments and entered pleas of not guilty in Schuylkill County court. Trizarri, 21, of Reading, and Stanley E. Kralik, 17, of Coaldale, are charged in the death of Corey M. Samuels, 24, sometime after 11 p. At a preliminary hearing on March 10 Trizarri admitted to his role in Samuels' death. The group will meet at the C. Anyone is encouraged to stop by and help. For more information, contact Angela Krapf or visit the event on Facebook at https: This led to helping them on a program involving pairing rescued dogs with veterans suffering form PTSD.
In January of , three Marywood student veterans joined our post. He has a pledge from a member of Post One to contribute the balance to meet our goal. If you wish to help on this program, which has been a huge success; you may remit a check to: We know of these successes based on testimony of veterans who have completed the companion training.
Gaddes, a Coaldale native now living in Lake Hauto, said he flew 80 combat missions above North Korea and served with the South Korean Navy during the war. The event was held for kids aged 12 and under. Click HERE to view photos and a video. Dates and times are: The fire company is located at West High Street.
Traffic was backed-up for a short this afternoon Tuesday, March 24, after an oversized load carrying a large piece to a Euclid coal hauler impacted a utility pole and knocked down a large wire on US between Tamaqua and Coaldale.
The incident occurred around 1 PM today. Officials on scene added that the destination was less than 2 miles away. No injuries were observed. Officials added that the lines were mostly internet and communication lines, not power lines. Traffic is kept moving in both directions while officials detour traffic around the wires. Click here for Photos and video. Anyone looking for tickets to the banquet can contact Danny McGinley or any other Hall of Fame committee member.
During the next several weeks, the Times News will be running biographies of everyone in this year's class. Read the full news release here A Coaldale man is being sought by police on charges of burglary and assault following an incident that occurred on Sunday.
Borough police have charged Michael Kenneth Shannon, 28, of Ridge Terrace, with one count each of burglary, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person and terroristic threats, and two counts of simple assault. Police said about 1: On scene the resident of the home, Tonia Girard, said about 1 p. She said she told him to get out. Shannon then pushed her down onto the bed, grabbed her purse and ran out of the home.
A detective with the Schuylkill County District Attorney's office has investigated former Coaldale Mayor Francisco Rodriguez, and sent him a letter calling for his resignation. If he doesn't resign, the DA's office will initiate a Quo Warranto action and the court will remove him from office, according to the letter.
Lipsett of the DA's office, you may not qualify as a result of your residency," the letter reads. One of two men charged with killing a Coaldale man last year admitted to the crime while being led to his preliminary hearing Tuesday. When asked if he killed Corey M.
Samuels, alleged killer Oliver Luis Trizarri, now 21, simply said "yes. When asked why he killed Samuels, Trizarri said, "It wasn't the thing I was supposed to do. Kralik, now 17, are charged with beating Samuels to death in a wooded area off East Miner Street in Coaldale between 11 p. Three Coaldale residents were cited by Tamaqua Police on Jan. As officers approached, they could clearly hear raised voices coming from a group on the sidewalk.
As they tried to get information from everyone involved, Tina Fairchild, 41, of W. She refused the officer's request to remain calm. Taking part in the negotiations were authority board members William J. Heister and Charles A. Johnson, who brought residency to council's attention, steps into vacant seat. Johnson has attended recent council meetings, detailing reasons why he believed Rodriguez should not be mayor.
Rodriguez was appointed by council during a meeting Dec. State police at Frackville reported troopers are investigating a reported rape incident in the borough of Coaldale. In a public information release report troopers said a year-old female reported she was sexually assaulted by a year-old male. The assault allegedly occurred in the area of Phillips St. The time span listed in the report for the incident was May , A Coaldale man, who held his girlfriend captive and was involved in a standoff with police, entered a guilty plea in Carbon County Court on Friday.
Jefferey Allan Gangaware, 51, pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful restraint. In exchange for the plea charges of terroristic threats and false imprisonment were dropped. Gangaware was scheduled to go on trial on the charges on Monday.
Serfass accepted the plea and sentenced Gangaware to serve one to 12 months in the county prison but gave him credit for 61 days already served and he was paroled. The prison term will be followed by a year of probation. The incident occurred on June 23, at E. A Schuylkill County judge has sentenced a Coaldale man to serve up to 48 months in state prison for operating a meth lab. President Judge William Baldwin on Jan.
Coaldale police on Feb. To buy a ticket: Miller, , by May 1, Less than a month from when he raised his right hand and took the oath of office, Coaldale Mayor Francisco "Frank" Rodriguez found himself in the hot seat during a council meeting Tuesday. Joel Johnson, who was narrowly defeated by former Mayor Richard Kellner in the general election, asked Rodriguez to resign. Two men arrested for the January death of Coaldale resident Corey Samuels have admitted beating the victim, but each claims the other is the actual murderer.
Oliver Trizarri, 21, of N. Kralik was charged as an adult, although he was 16 at the time of the alleged crime. The charges were filed by Trooper Melissa Kryper of the Frackville state police barracks. State police at Frackville announced Sunday that two people have been charged with the death of a Coaldale man, whose skeletal remains were found in a wooded area last September. Troopers said Oliver Luis Trizarri, 21, of Reading, and a year-old male, have been charged with criminal homicide, criminal conspiracy to commit homicide, robbery, aggravated assault, and theft by unlawful taking.
The two are charged with the murder of Corey Michael Samuels, Mention snowboarding and the image that would come to mind for many people would be that of Shaun White.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist is memorable both for his high-flying skills and his trademark wild mane of curly red hair. Few may know that the flamboyant, wildly successful athlete was born with a congenital heart defect called Tetralogy of Fallot. White had open-heart surgery before his first birthday.
That didn't slow his ambition or success in athletics, and you could say the same for 8-year-old Connor Reighard of Coaldale. Reighard was also born with Tetralogy of Fallot, and had open heart surgery when he was 6 months old. Coaldale Council has a new president, Thomas Keerans.
During a reorganizational meeting Monday, council members voted Keerans to serve as president, taking the place of past President Angela Krapf. Mike Doerr will be vice president. And the borough may or may not have a new mayor, although Francisco "Frank" Rodriguez was appointed during a special meeting in December.
Nesquehoning police have levied theft and related charges against a Coaldale man. With new members seated in January, Coaldale council wasted no time in reopening the budget for The borough's three full-time police officers had been furloughed in , although the three continued to serve Coaldale as part-time officers. In April , with council headed by President Angela Krapf, council reinstated the full-time positions, with benefits, for Sgt.
Coaldale council has adopted a budget for , which for the third year in a row does not include a tax increase. The three officers had filed a lawsuit in Schuylkill County Court seeking back pay; the lawsuit is still pending. Richard Corkery, retired from a long career as an accountant at Penn State University, chose the tiny town of Coaldale to spend his golden years, moving there from Philadelphia in Now, he sits in Gratorford state prison, convicted of possession of vast amounts of child pornography.
Corkery, who turned 76 on Dec. A Coaldale man faces charges of possessing child pornography and trying to get a minor to perform sexual acts, according to the U. Robert Rang, 25, appeared Monday before U. O ffice will be open regular hours, from 10 a. If mailing, they must be postmarked by Dec.
A Coaldale mother and son have both been cited following a drug overdose at their home on Monday. Coaldale Police were dispatched to 67 Second St. Once at the home, where several volunteer firefighters had also responded, the woman was identified as Peggy Hill, Council members made the appointments during a special meeting Tuesday. Frank Hutta takes the seat of Linda Miller, who passed away Nov. During Tuesday's regular meeting, Coaldale council members had agreed to hold a special meeting Friday; but the meeting couldn't be held because it hadn't been advertised.
The time and date for the special meeting had been noted in a Times News article Wednesday, but publication in a general news article does not satisfy the advertising requirement. Former Coaldale Mayor Richard Corkery had his bail revoked Friday morning by a county judge and was ordered to report to the county prison at 9 a.
Monday to begin serving his state prison term on child pornography charges. Serfass revoked Corkery's bail following a hearing on a petition he filed for relief from the costs of wearing an ankle bracelet while on bail. Council is expected to address the moves in its meeting tonight. Davis, who was hired in October , said in a phone interview that she could not stay at her job due to conditions. According to scanner reports, Coaldale police are on the lookout for the driver of a gold Toyota Camry.
According to scanner reports a stolen handgun may possibly be in the vehicle as well. Two people, a male and a female, were last seen in the vehicle leaving Coaldale. If anyone sees the vehicle matching the description, they should call It was only a few short months ago that the Russian Citizens Club in Coaldale seemed to be on its last legs.
Membership was down, fewer people patronized the bar, and operational costs were on the rise, factors which would surely seal its fate. In addition to Santa, the event will include carols, tree lighting, hot chocolate and cookies. For more information, visit the C. Facebook page at https: The men had ridden in crowded trains across England the previous day and were headed to combat in France.
Sunday services will be held at 9 a. Sunday, with Sunday school at 10 a. Distribution of food will take place on Nov. Kimmel, governor of Multiple District 14, Pennsylvania.
They hosted Sharon E. The meeting was presided over by Robert Ames, president of the Coaldale Lions. Kimmel described the challenges to Lions organizations, her program and the priorities of District During a meeting Tuesday, members of Coaldale's borough council decided they'd be better off buying a new truck than continuing to pay for repairs on an old one.
The truck's latest problem, a transmission leak, wasn't expensive but was the kind of thing that could have sidelined the vehicle at a critical time, such as a snowstorm.
Coaldale police are warning residents of an increase in phone scams and mail fraud. A Carbon County judge has a granted a petition this morning for convicted former Coaldale mayor Richard Corkery to remain free on bail until his petition for an appeal is heard in a child pornography case.
It's unusual for a newly accredited trauma center to win triple-year accreditation, but St. Luke's Hospital Miners Campus in Coaldale was able to pull it off. That distinction shows how far the local area has advanced from the early days, said its chief executive officer. Coaldale council is beginning to see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel.
During a budget meeting Tuesday, council members reviewed the status of the budget for , which is a key to planning the budget. Ex-Coaldale mayor asks for bail extension in child pornography case. Convicted former Coaldale mayor Richard Corkery filed a petition on Friday with the Carbon County Clerk of Courts office to have his bail continued incident to him appealing his conviction on 27 counts of child pornography.
Tuesday, September 16, Former Coaldale mayor Richard Corkery, 75, was sentenced in Carbon County court today to serve 9 to 36 months on child pornography charges.
The sentenced will be followed by 36 months probation and he is required to register as a sex offender under Megan's Law. Serfass imposed the sentence on 27 felony three counts of child pornography a jury convicted Corkery of on June 12 following a two day trial. Nesquehoning police charged Corkery with viewing child pornography on a computer at his then employer's offices, radio station WLSH.
Corkery denied viewing the pornography stating the images would "pop up" when he went to the website of his former high school in Philadelphia. However, during testimony presented by the Commonwealth, a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, John Bates, said Corkery admitted viewing the child pornography while the agent and police were at his Coaldale residence. Also, a state police computer expert, Trooper Paul Iannace, testified he examined the computer in question and found "thousands" of porn sites.
With less than four months to go in , and council members just scheduling their first meeting to work on the budget, unanticipated costs keep making unwelcome appearances in Coaldale.
Pathstone, which administers the Carbon County Headstart Program, has leased the building from Coaldale since The borough acquired it in after Panther Valley School District was formed and the high school closed.
The roof, which is flat and covered with a rubber membrane, was repaired about 15 years ago. Read more - with video and photos. Two individuals searching for mushrooms in the woods, found the remains about a quarter-mile south of the Seek section of Coaldale. The course will begin and end at the hospital in Coaldale. Proceeds will support St.
Race day registration will be held from 9 to 9: Pre-registration will guarantee the participant receives a T-shirt. The charges stemmed from a Nov. Drivers are asked to stay alert and use caution as street closings and new traffic patterns are in effect.
No-parking signs will be posted and enforced during paving. During a special meeting Wednesday, the council appointed Yvonne Stoffey. Councilman Harry Hontz was working and unable to attend. Their schedule will be Monday thru Thursday 7: Must be able to Lift up to 50 lbs. This company 'auto parts distribution' does this to temps to see who to hire as full time employees normally after three months. It will reopen for business Friday, with closing time extended to 5 p.
Office hours are Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays, 10 a. Coaldale councilman Steve Tenetylo, 90, passed away July He was instrumental in the creation of the borough's Veteran's Memorial, dedicated in November Tenetylo was one of those World War II veterans.
A graduate of Coaldale High School, he served in the U. The turmoil over whether or not to restore the borough's police force? Stretched to the limit. What Coaldale residents need most now is an event to anticipate, something to unite them in its planning and hosting, Mayor Richard Kellner said during a council meeting Tuesday.
A Coaldale man will be charged with drug-related offenses after a bizarre incident that took place along Route in Hometown during a busy Farmers Market Wednesday. According to Rush Township police, Michael Leiby, 28, Coaldale, was a passenger in a car traveling along Route about 2: A Coaldale man was sentenced to a long county prison term Monday in Carbon County court after previously pleading guilty to fleeing or attempting to elude police, and three counts of driving under the influence.
Serfass to serve a total of eight to one day less 24 months in prison. Here are the names and charges of those rounded up Monday in a widescale drug bust in Schuylkill County: A former Coaldale man, now reportedly living in the woods behind Shickram's Car Wash in Tamaqua, spent some time in the Schuylkill County Prison, Pottsville, following a domestic incident on June 6.
Tamaqua police were dispatched to N. Strohl, 30, had thrown cans at her, striking her in the head and face. She had a lump on her head and a small cut next to her left eye.
She also said the couple was living in the woods and then led police to the exact spot, where they found Strohl. He was arraigned before duty District Judge James Reilly on charges of simple assault and harassment. Former Coaldale mayor Richard Corkery, charged with 27 counts of downloading child pornography, took the stand today in his own defense.
Former Coaldale mayor Richard Corkery, is guilty on all 27 counts of downloading child pornography, a Carbon County jury ruled today. The jury, made up of eight men and four woman, deliberated for just over two hours before returning the guilty verdict. They asked the judge questions and requested police report during deliberations. Corkery, 75, took the stand today and denied intentionally viewing child pornography images on computer at the radio station where he worked.
Corkery, 75, denied intentionally viewing child pornography images on computer at the radio station where he worked. Former Coaldale Mayor Richard P. Corkery enters the Carbon County Courthouse Wednesday morning morning to face multiple charges of child pornography. Coaldale fugitive Joseph R. Becker, wanted in connection with a reported robbery in Lansford on June 5, was caught by Rush Township Police Tuesday afternoon. Becker, whose photo has been published by local media and online, was recognized by alert employees of St.
Gaddes recently talked about walking along Wake Island 10 years later and remembering Katchak. On June 6, , countless Allied troops and equipment hurtled onto the beaches of Normandy, France, initiating an immense operation that marked the largest amphibious landing of World War II.
The D-Day invasion lasted more than two months and essentially broke the German occupation of Europe, liberating Nazi concentration camps and ending the conflict that left Western Europe in shambles. Today marks the 70th anniversary of that momentous fight, an occasion that will be commemorated with innumerable ceremonies, both at home and abroad.
Lansford police have arrested one of the two Coaldale men they believe robbed resident George Becker on Thursday. Christopher Keer, 24, of 23 W. Police are still searching for Joseph Becker of E. According to an affidavit of probable cause filed by officer Brian Horos, George Becker came into the police station and said he had been robbed. Lansford police are searching for two Coaldale men they believe robbed resident George Becker on Thursday.
The men are Christopher Keer, 24, of 23 W. George Becker said he was standing outside of a building he owns at W. He crossed the street and asked Keer where the Hess trucks he had stolen from him where. The former mayor of Coaldale, charged by Nesquehoning police with downloading child pornography, will finally go to trial. Corkery was elected as mayor of Coaldale in He did not seek re-election to the office.
The trial will begin at 9 a. The case began in when Corkery was confronted by Nesquehoning police for allegedly downloading child pornography on his computer at his then placed of employment, radio station WLSH. When the charges were filed, the station management fired Corkery. Coaldale service remembers more than 6, Andrew Leibenguth, dressed in fatigues, stood at a podium in front of the Veterans' Memorial Garden in Coaldale on Sunday afternoon. Marine Corp veteran, medically discharged after being injured in a training accident in Iraq.
The featured speaker for the borough's Memorial Day ceremonies, Leibenguth, a Tamaqua Area High school graduate, quickly put the day into perspective. Looking to his left, he beckoned, and a widely-spaced line of borough children began walking toward him. Tyler Nelson, 13, held the first of pages, each printed with 35 names of those Americans who died in the Global War on Terrorism as of May Several children, along with adults who stepped up from the small but reverent audience, held the linked pages at about foot intervals.
The list, of 6, names, was so long it stretched almost the entire block. The first service will be held at 1 p. This service will be followed at 2: The Panther Valley High School band will play a medley of patriotic songs. Janet Kupec will read the names of local veterans who have passed away since Memorial Day The Dark Knight Batman and Catwoman are scheduled to participate in an anti-bullying program p. Sunday at the Angela Theatre in Coaldale.
Jennifer Fox, coordinator of the event, said admission is free, although there will be containers for donations to help defray costs. The main emphasis of the program is how children "can be their own hero" by educating them on bullying, said Kamryn Clifford, a Panther Valley Middle School student who will speak briefly at the event. Coaldale Fire Chief Rich Marek resigned Thursday, after 39 years in the department, including 24 as chief.
Friday night Marek put much of the blame on "Facebook drama" and "cyber-bullying. Marek said his resignation from the fire department is official and final. He added that he'll write a formal letter of resignation so that Coaldale Borough Council can act on it during the meeting June Council President Angela Krapf said that she hadn't received anything official regarding Marek's resignation and would reserve comment until she has. The Coaldale borough and tax collector's offices will be closed on Tuesday because of the primary election.
Coaldale residents say they're tired of out-of-town owners who let their properties deteriorate. He says that was an accident. I have no choice in the matter, so I will cooperate fully.
While Corkery continues to insist in court he's innocent, prosecutors say they're glad he's going to prison. They say what he was looking at was disgusting. That's the only word I can use to describe them, and they are very upsetting and that's why we prosecute these cases," said Carbon County Assistant District Attorney William McDonald. Prosecutors say the sentence of nine months to three years is a good one for the crime and Corkery now heads to prison with a child porn conviction. NOT Shoulda thought of that before you decided that kids are fair game for your sick and twisted tastes!
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