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Their struggle erupted into shootings, bombings and seem- ingly endless strikes, nearly all of them screaming out from newspaper headlines.

It rocked the area from Pittston to Scran- ton for decades in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, fueling the perception of the anthracite region as a place of lawlessness.

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That is because the Sicilians arrived in America not only as experienced miners from the sulfur pits of their homeland but also as men accustomed to aggressively pursuing labors cause. When they ran into Erie, the smallest but highest-prot and lowest-paying of the major coal producers, the result was, said Wolensky, a perfect storm.

The conict was played out largely in the area from Pittston to Scranton, the upper reaches of the Northern Coal Field, an area encompassing essentially Luzerne and Lackawanna coun- ties.

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Heavy rain, thunderstorms, high winds and hail moved through sections of the North- east on Sunday afternoon. Pittsburghs Heinz Endow- ments is funding groups that say fracking cant ever be done safely. It is also working with major energy companies and environmentalists who believe the drilling can be done without hurting the environment or pub- lic health.

The Endowments actually tries to encourage the demo- cratic principle of airing vari- ous and sometimes opposing points of view on complicated and important issues, Heinz spokesman Doug Root wrote in an email. That includes funding different approaches to advo- cacy on environmental issues because at any point in time one approach may be more effective than another.

Heinz doesnt have a problem with the diverse views, but over the past two months dozens of environmental groups have criticized a new initiative the Endowments helped found the Pittsburgh-based Center for Sustainable Shale Development. Thats a partnership between en- ergy companies, including Shell and Chevron, and national and regional environmental groups. In announcing the effort, Heinz Endowments president Robert Vagt said he believes fracking can be done in a way that does not do violence to the environ- ment.

One anti-fracking group that received funding last year from the Heinz Endowments, which is separate from the food com- pany, said it doesnt approve of the Sustainable Shale effort. Yes, we absolutely raised se- rious concerns with the Endow- ments, said Barbara Arrindell, director of Damascus Citizens for Sustainability, a New York- based group. She said she asked Heinz about where youre go- ing with this.

Arrindell called the Sustain- Drilling pros, cons get funds Heinz Endowments shelling out for studies on both sides of natural gas fracking debate. Jose Peralta, 21, of West Maple Street was cited with harassment after he allegedly George Michael - The History a female around p. Sunday in the block of Diamond Avenue. Marlin Florentino-Batista, 37, of South Locust Street was cited with violating the citys noise ordinance at p.

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Sunday on a warrant for allegedly failing to appear in Luzerne County Court. Police did a criminal record check af- ter she was involved in an argu- ment with her boyfriend in the block of West Broad Street. Bennett was transported to the Luzerne County Correctional Facility.

Several buildings were hit with paint balls early Sunday morning in the area of Third and Alter streets. Police discovered the vandal- ism when responding at a. Two year-old boys were cited with underage drinking and curfew violation after po- lice said they found them in possession of a bottle of liquor in the area of Seventh and Lin- coln streets at p.

Sat- urday. The boys were released into the custody of their par- ents. Aracelis Guzman-Mateo, 29, of West Maple Street, was cited with violating the citys noise ordinance at p. A Honda Civic was damaged between 11 p. Sat- urday and 6 a. Sunday while it was parked in the block of West Oak Street.

Damaris Ortiz Vazquez, 33, Clay Avenue, West Hazleton, was cited with disorderly con- duct after a domestic dispute in the block of Lincoln Street at 3 p. Noelia Ferreras-Carrasco, 45, of Grant Street was cited with violating the citys noise ordinance at p. Satur- day. Maria DelCarmen Guer- ra, 54, of Hazleton was citied with violating the citys noise ordinance in the block of McKinley Street at p. No player matched all ve numbers in the Power Ball jackpot drawing.

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The child is a top candidate for an organ from a pediatric donor but few are available, and family members say that under existing policy, a lung from an adult donor would be offered frst to all adults in the region, even those more stable and with less severe conditions. Rela- tives launched a campaign for a change in the policy after their appeal was denied. Secretary of Health and Hu- man Services Kathleen Sebelius on Friday called for a review on the policy on lung allocation to look for ways to make more transplants available to children consistent with the goals of fair- ness and best use of organs.

On Sunday, Sarahs family hailed the review but said she and oth- ers like her do not have the lux- ury of time to wait for a lengthy bureaucratic change. Secretary Sebelius decision to not exercise her very clear authority under the law to in- tervene and mandate a variance that would help save Sarahs life is devastating, they said in a statement.

Essentially, Sarah has been left to die. Ruddock said the idea of di- rect appeals to adult transplant centers also came to naught and the family was now left with a last-ditch appeal for someone to designate an organ to Sarah.

We recognize how diffcult the end of a persons life is we are at that point with Sar- ah, the family statement said. And we must now ask for the single greatest Believer (Vince Clarke Remix) - Goldfrapp - Believer any par- ent can, and that is to consider naming our child an organ re- cipient should someone lose the life of a loved one in the near future.

Ruddock said donors would have to be the same blood type, but Sarah is O-positive, which is the most common blood type. Were desperate. We think this is our last play for Sarah, Ruddock said. The familys praying a lot. Hope is a dis- tant thing. Sebelius said the disparity between donors and children awaiting transplants is espe- cially stark with only 20 lung transplants last year involving organs from donors up to age She also said she is asking federal offcials to consider new approaches for promoting pediatric and adolescent organ donation.

She didnt directly reference Sarahs case but said she had been petitioned by lawmak- ers and Gov. Tom Corbett to take action on the girls behalf. An online petition calling for a change had drawn more thansignatures by Sunday. Offcials have said the original system setting priorities didnt establish criteria for children younger than 12 because of a lack of data, but the system was recently changed to give sicker children higher priorities for transplants and to cast a wider net for suitable candidates.

Parents rip existing transplant policy that puts their daughter at a disadvantage. The break caused water woes for many customers. The broken hydrant sent tor- rents of water down West Shaw- nee Avenue and Nottingham Street, damaging the foundation of one house and leaving many Pennsylvania American Water customers dry.

I dont know what a big truck like that could be doing up here anyway, said Clayton Prince who woke up to see the water fowing past his house. The truck driver from Florida tried to turn right onto the av- enue from Nottingham Street around a. Prince had water service at his house Thats A Plenty - New Orleans Rhythm Kings - New Orleans Rhythm Kings Featuring George Brunis Volume the avenue south of the intersection.

But that wasnt the case for Tracy Bakale who lives a few doors north of the intersec- tion. We have no water, Bakale said. Pennsylvania American Water estimated as many as 6, cus- tomers in Plymouth, Courtdale, Pringle, Larksville and Edwards- ville were affected, having either no water or low pressure as a re- sult of the damaged hydrant. By p. She said repairs were expected to be completed overnight and service restored. The company issued a boil water advisory earlier in the day.

For those without service the utility positioned tankers with drinking water at the Courtdale borough building at 5 Blackman St.

Customers were ad- vised to bring their own contain- ers. Bakale couldnt recall ever see- ing a tractor-trailer on narrow NottinghamStreet and wondered why the driver tried to make the tight turn onto the avenue. I dont know what he was thinking, Bakale said.


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