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Paul Adamchick is known as “Pizza Paul” because his family owns Pizza Perfect in Kingston Twp. However, he also has a reputation for fantastic fireworks displays.

Community Digest

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Harveys Lake Lions Club hosts Palm Sunday breakfast

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Volunteers team up for sixth annual Earth Week cleanup at Harveys Lake

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SUBMITTED PHOTO / MICHAEL DALEY, BOROUGH OF HARVEYS LAKE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL From left, are Cydney Faul-Halsor, Joe Boyle, and attorney Gary Michak. SUBMITTED PHOTO / MICHAEL DALEY, BOROUGH OF HARVEYS LAKE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL From left, are Cydney Faul-Halsor, Sid Halsor, EAC chairman; Joe Boyle, attorney Gary Michak, Courtney Burgess-Michak, and Sofia Flores-Weidner.

Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt

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Harveys Lake council approves officer hiring, grant

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At a rescheduled borough meeting on Monday, council members approved the hiring of part-time police officer Allen Guiney, approved re-application for a Department of Community and Economic Development Local Share Account grant, and appointed Tim Connelly to the planning commission. There was no discussion of recent charges filed against council Vice President Thomas Kehler, who serves on the police committee.

Roll Call for April 23, 2017

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Senate Bill 250 would provide $15 million to reduce backlogs in processing claims at state Unemployment Compensation Centers as a short-term solution to a funding dispute. The House approved the final measure 189-4; the Senate approved it 41-8 and sent it to the governor for signing.

Police: Pair sold untaxed cigarettes

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Two area residents, including an 80-year-old man, are facing conspiracy charges after a months-long sting operation uncovered a scheme that earned them thousands of dollars selling tax-free cigarettes. John Marshall Woodrosky, 80, of 15 Woodlawn Ave., Harveys Lake, and George McDaniels, of 144 W. Cemetery St., Ashley, are facing multiple felony counts of possessing and conspiring to possess unstamped cigarettes.

Harveys Lake Borough councilman charged with DUI

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A Harveys Lake Borough councilman has been charged with driving under the influence when he crashed his car into a resident's trash cans and fled the scene earlier this month. Police charged Thomas Kehler, 64, with DUI and related counts after he allegedly crashed his white Cadillac into a Spring Street resident's garbage cans and fled the scene.

Harveys Lake Council Member Charged with DUI for Hit and Run

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Police say Harveys Lake Borough Council Vice President Thomas Kehler struck several garbage cans and decorations at a home along Spring Street earlier this month and drove off. According to court papers, officers tracked Kehler down at his girlfriend's house a short time later.

Work will improve stormwater systems

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Harveys Lake resident, John Levitsky, a watershed specialist with the Luzerne Conservation District, is working to improve stormwater treatment systems in the county, one of them in the Dallas Township Park. This will affect local communities, and communities downstream in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, Levitsky said.

Back Mountain police celebrated at gala

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Dallas Twp. police Chief Robert Jolley had something to share with those attending the Back Mountain Gold Shield Gala Friday: “The police are the public and the public are the police.”

Police Blotter

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Police: Harveys Lake councilman – appeared intoxicated’ after crash

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Plymouth man charged in ill-fated robbery plot

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A Plymouth man known as “Tommy Gunn” was arraigned Friday on charges that he hatched an ill-fated robbery plot after an ATM ate his debit card during a quest to find crack-cocaine. Robert Sylvester Monaco, 54, last known address of 320 First St., is accused of holding up the Speed Mart at 1091 Wilkes-Barre Township Blvd. about 8:40 a.m. Sunday.

Man accused of bludgeoning dog to death suspended from his job at Lake-Lehman

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The Harveys Lake man accused of bludgeoning a dog to death with a baseball bat last week has been suspended from his job as a janitor at Lake-Lehman Junior/Senior High School. Charles Ide, 34, was hired to the full-time position in January 2016 at a salary of $10.50 an hour, district records show.

Harveys Lake restaurant moves to W-B; Damien’s On The Lake will return

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Harveys Lake Man Beat Mother, Killed Dog with Baseball Bat

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Last Tuesday afternoon, during the peak of the snow storm, chaos erupted in one Luzerne County neighborhood. Now a man from Harveys Lake is in jail, his mother is injured, and their family dog is dead.

Police: Man Attacks Mother, Kills Dog with Baseball Bat

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A man is charged with beating his mother with a baseball bat and killing the family dog in Luzerne County. Police say Charlie Ide, 34, of Harveys Lake attacked his mother last week, causing serious injuries to her skull, arms, and legs.

Harveys Lake Women’s Club hosts speaker

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Dallas artist Kyle Leslie uses artistic talent to make Nuclearbane apparel

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Kyle Leslie draws what he calls a 'doughnut whale' where the whale will resemble a doughnut with sprinkles on top in the kitchen of his Dallas residence on Saturday.

Harveys Lake Women’s Club celebrates 70 years of community service at spring dinner meeting

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The Harveys Lake Women's Club, GFWC Harveys Lake, will celebrate 70 years of service this year. The milestone will be marked at the club's annual spring dinner meeting May 4 at Irem Country Club, Dallas.

Hospital: Man critical after fire, woman stable

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McNulty announces re-election bid

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Why should taxpayers pay bill for Harveys Lake weed cleanup?

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Harveys Lake needs money to get rid of the weeds growing there. A $110,000 grant by the state would help.

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A woman looking at directions on her phone drove off Lakeside Drive and into Harveys Lake on Wednesday, police said. Harveys Lake police Chief Charles Musial said the driver, resident Alysha Baker, pulled left onto Lakeside Drive from Noxen Road and traveled about 1,500 feet before going off the road and into the lake near pole 149 around 11:50 a.m. Baker was not injured and Musial said the “freak accident” did not cause any property damage, so Baker likely will not face any fines or citations.

Back Mountain

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Tyler and Thomas Manzoni, seniors at Lake-Lehman High School, organized the 10th annual Polar Bear Plunge Dec. 5 at Harveys Lake and raised $1,602.60. All money raised benefits the Wyoming Valley Relay For Life on behalf of the InterMetro Industries team.

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JASON FARMER / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Kate Gabel reacts to the cold water as she's splashed by her husband, Doug, during Saturday's Paupack Plunge at Lighthouse Harbor Marina at Lake Wallenpaupack. GREENE TWP.

State grant will help battle invasive plant in Harveys Lake

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Efforts to eradicate the invasive aquatic species hydrilla at Harveys Lake will continue in the late spring or early summer, with $110,00 from a state Clean Water Fund grant. Fred Lubnow, director of aquatic programs at Princeton Hydro, addressed Harveys Lake Borough Council on Tuesday night about their success addressing hydrilla directly with the grant.

Number of birds killed by feral cats unrealistic

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