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Times News
50 years at the West End Fairhas been there for each one. In fact, his parents played a pivotal role in sec
Times News / Posted 7 hours ago
has been there for each one. In fact, his parents played a pivotal role in securing the food stand. “Back in 1967, the Kunkletown ballclub was giving up their stand and the church decided it would be a good idea to jump in and take over,” Shupp... Read more
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Times News
Lehighton state policeoccurred sometime between May 10 and Tuesday. • A man from Blakeslee reported
Times News / Posted 10 hours ago
occurred sometime between May 10 and Tuesday. • A man from Blakeslee reported he was driving north on Robinhood Drive in Kunkletown, Polk Township,when the front driver side window was smashed with an unknown object. The incident occurred about... Read more
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Times News
96th West End Fair kicks off under sunny skiesin the exhibition barns including those housing horses, dairy and beef cattle,
Times News / Posted 2 days ago
in the exhibition barns including those housing horses, dairy and beef cattle, rabbits and more. For Gretchen Behrendt of Kunkletown, bringing her grandchildren to see the animals is one of the highlights of the fair each year. “That is the first... Read more
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Times News
Theft, mischief incidents probedoccurred sometime between May 10 and Tuesday. A man from Blakeslee reported he
Times News / Posted 6 days ago
occurred sometime between May 10 and Tuesday. A man from Blakeslee reported he was driving north of Robinhood Drive in Kunkletown, Polk Township, Monroe County, when the front driver side window was smashed with an unknown object. The incident... Read more
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Times News
Carbon County property transfers$82,000. Towamensing Township Northeastern Pennsylvania Investors Group Inc.,
Times News / Posted 8 days ago
$82,000. Towamensing Township Northeastern Pennsylvania Investors Group Inc., to Joseph Bernard Kenas, 905 Koch Road, Kunkletown, Lot D1, Koch Road, $30,000. Mortgage Equity Conversion Asset Trust 2011-1 to Courtney Vogelin, 215 Palm Drive,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
LOCAL TRACKS: Towner proving she can run with the boysand Xcel Modifieds. After last week’s card was rained out, a $300 bounty remai
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
and Xcel Modifieds. After last week’s card was rained out, a $300 bounty remains against Modified driver Joey Grammes from Kunkletown, who has won three straight features. If another driver wins, he collects the bounty. If Grammes wins, he takes... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Father, son arrested for trade name fraudand charged for applying for Trade Name Certificates at the Somerset County cle
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 19 days ago
and charged for applying for Trade Name Certificates at the Somerset County clerk's office. Anthony C. Innarella, 60, of Kunkletown, and his son, Anthony A. Innarella, 32, of Bethlehem, were charged with third-degree identity theft, third-degree... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Father and son arrested for trade name fraudand charged for applying for Trade Name Certificates at the Somerset County Cle
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 19 days ago
and charged for applying for Trade Name Certificates at the Somerset County Clerk's Office. Anthony C. Innarella, 60, of Kunkletown and his son Anthony A. Innarella, 32, of Bethlehem were charged with third degree identity theft, third degree... Read more
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The Express-Times
Dad, son accused in bank fraud also stole IDs to set up trade names, cops saybeen arrested for using other people's identities to register trade names in So
The Express-Times / Posted 19 days ago
been arrested for using other people's identities to register trade names in Somerset County. Anthony C. Innarella, 60, of Kunkletown, Pa., and his son, Anthony A. Innarella, 32, of Bethlehem, Pa., used people's identities without their consent to... Read more
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The Morning Call
Prosecutor: Father, son charged with forgery, ID thefttrade name certificates. Anthony A. Innarella, 32, who lives in Bethlehem, and
The Morning Call / Posted 19 days ago
trade name certificates. Anthony A. Innarella, 32, who lives in Bethlehem, and his father, Anthony C. Innarella, 60, of Kunkletown, were charged, according to a news release issued Friday by the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office. According to... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
LOCAL TRACKS: Bates adds name to list of Heath Memorial winnershe has won three straight Modified features at Penn Can Speedway, a $300 bounty
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
he has won three straight Modified features at Penn Can Speedway, a $300 bounty has been placed on Joey Grammes of Kunkletown for tonight’s card at the Susquehanna track. Any driver who beats Grammes in the feature collects the bounty. If... Read more
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Times News
Eldred Twp. accepts deed to take possession of Old Mill propertyEldred Township accepted a deed of dedication from Western United Life Assuranc
Times News / Posted 20 days ago
Eldred Township accepted a deed of dedication from Western United Life Assurance Company for a piece of land at 592 Kunkletown Road in the township. The land is the same lot that used to house a very old grist mill that was recently... Read more
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Times News
Rader announces outreach events in MonroeTownship municipal building, 271 Route 715, Brodheadsville. • Wednesdayat the
Times News / Posted 20 days ago
Township municipal building, 271 Route 715, Brodheadsville. • Wednesdayat the Eldred Township municipal building, 490 Kunkletown Road, Kunkletown. •Aug. 16, at the Pocono Township municipal building, 122 Township Drive, Tannersville. Rader... Read more
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Times News
COUNTDOWN TO THE FAIRHenry Altemose of Kunkletown ties some ropes on a canopy on the Carbon County L
Times News / Posted 22 days ago
Henry Altemose of Kunkletown ties some ropes on a canopy on the Carbon County Lions/Lioness Fair Association’s tent on Monday. The fair starts Aug. 7, but setup is already beginning and will continue throughout the week. KRISTINE PORTER/TIMES NEW... Read more
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The Morning Call
Bear barks for dog friend Cody to play•Name: Lee Ann Smolick •Hometown: Kunkletown •Type of pet: Dog •Breed: Berne
The Morning Call / Posted 23 days ago
•Name: Lee Ann Smolick •Hometown: Kunkletown •Type of pet: Dog •Breed: Bernese mountain dog •Why he is my friend: His unconditional love every day. •In four words: Loving, happy, lazy and hungry. •Best trait: How gentle he is with the... Read more
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Times News
‘Grandma Werewolf’ brings holiday horror, humorfrom local businesses who allowed us to use locations like this to film. We’re
Times News / Posted 23 days ago
from local businesses who allowed us to use locations like this to film. We’re filming tomorrow at Sunny’s gas station in Kunkletown. We’ve had a lot of support from people who allow us to use locations for free, which is amazing,” producer Olivia... Read more
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Times News
Man wanted for scamming Kunkletown senior citizenfrom the District Attorney’s Office initiated an investigation regarding a home
Times News / Posted 24 days ago
from the District Attorney’s Office initiated an investigation regarding a home improvement contract between Harrison and a Kunkletown senior citizen. The investigation determined that between Sept. 9, 2016, and Oct. 7, 2016, Harrison collected... Read more
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The Express-Times
Seen this man? He allegedly scammed a senior citizen out of $24Ktheft by unlawful taking and three counts of home improvement fraud -- all seco
The Express-Times / Posted 25 days ago
theft by unlawful taking and three counts of home improvement fraud -- all second-degree counts because the victim, a Kunkletown resident, was over 60 years old. Harrison was not licensed as a contractor and used the name of a legitimate... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Love for reading turns tragedy into missionarea, previously dedicated another children’s library in Carola’s name. After
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 25 days ago
area, previously dedicated another children’s library in Carola’s name. After the Eldred Twp. Elementary School in Kunkletown, Monroe County, where he once taught, became a community center, Sauers stacked nearly 1,000 children’s books in... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Impostor handyman steals thousands from senior citizenKUNKLETOWN, Pa. - Monroe County detectives and now federal authorities are look
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 26 days ago
KUNKLETOWN, Pa. - Monroe County detectives and now federal authorities are looking for a man accused of ripping off a senior citizen. According to the Monroe County District Attorney’s office, a felony warrant has been issued for Mark Harrison, 32,... Read more
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Times News
What’s it worth?: Heritage Hill hosts antiques appraisalwere worth less than their owners thought they would be. Either way, the items
Times News / Posted 26 days ago
were worth less than their owners thought they would be. Either way, the items are still treasures, said Edith Frantz of Kunkletown. “I guess what means a lot to us isn’t worth a lot to sell,” Frantz said. Her Walt Disney windup toy, a rearing... Read more
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Times News
Lehighton state policeof drugs on a property in Ross Township sometime between midnight July 19 and 1
Times News / Posted 27 days ago
of drugs on a property in Ross Township sometime between midnight July 19 and 10:30 a.m. July 20 in the 1100 block of Kunkletown Road. A 59-year-old man from Saylorsburg reported the disposal. Anyone with information pertaining to the... Read more
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Times News
Palmerton police logPalmerton Police reported on the following incidents: Disorderly conduct: Davi
Times News / Posted 28 days ago
Palmerton Police reported on the following incidents: Disorderly conduct: David Altemose, 38, Kunkletown, was charged with disorderly conduct, for an incident July 6 in the 600 block of Princeton Avenue. Receiving stolen property: A juvenile... Read more
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Times News
West End newspicnic St. Matthew’s UCC will hold its 128th annual picnic on Saturday, in the
Times News / Posted 28 days ago
picnic St. Matthew’s UCC will hold its 128th annual picnic on Saturday, in the grove on Picnic Lane in Kunkletown. Food stands open at 3 p.m. Children’s activities begin at 4 p.m., starting with games followed by a kiddie cake... Read more
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Times News
Palmerton newsFamily Reunion The 89th annual Smith Family Reunion will be held Sunday at St.
Times News / Posted 28 days ago
Family Reunion The 89th annual Smith Family Reunion will be held Sunday at St. Matthew’s UCC Picnic Grove in Kunkletown. Registration will begin at 12:30 p.m., the program starts at 1:30 followed by music from Lenny and the Loafers.... Read more
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Times News
Kunkletown woman escapesinjuries in one-car crashJennifer Gongora, 32, of Kunkletown, escaped injuries in a one-vehicle crash at
Times News / Posted 29 days ago
Jennifer Gongora, 32, of Kunkletown, escaped injuries in a one-vehicle crash at 5:33 a.m.Sunday at the intersection of Route 443 and Semmel’s Hill Road in Mahoning Township. State police at the Lehighton barracks said she was driving a 2011 Dodge... Read more
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Times News
Lock Haven University announces dean’s listor a 3.5 grade-point average if they are carrying 12 to 14 hours. Local studen
Times News / Posted 1 months ago
or a 3.5 grade-point average if they are carrying 12 to 14 hours. Local students include: Jim Thorpe: Rashawn Williams Kunkletown: Janelle Pastrana Lansford: Kristyn Gates Lehighton: Meghan Mausteller, Benjamin Ronemus and Brittni... Read more
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Times News
What do vets have to say?or dog food at home, are big fans of it, but what about veterinarians? Dr. She
Times News / Posted 1 months ago
or dog food at home, are big fans of it, but what about veterinarians? Dr. Sheri Newell, of Homestead Veterinary Center in Kunkletown, said, “It is difficult to achieve the correct nutritional balance when making a homemade diet, but it is not... Read more
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Times News
Severe thunderstorm warning in effect615 PM EDT. Kresgeville and Sun Valley around 620 PM EDT. Gilbert and Brodhe
Times News / Posted 1 months ago
615 PM EDT. Kresgeville and Sun Valley around 620 PM EDT. Gilbert and Brodheadsville around 625 PM EDT. Rossland, Kunkletown and Saylorsburg around 630 PM EDT. Other locations impacted by this severe thunderstorm include Trachsville,... Read more

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