Schuylkill


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Schuyl•kill

(ˈskul kɪl, ˈsku kəl)

n.
a river flowing SE from E Pennsylvania to the Delaware River at Philadelphia. 131 mi. (210 km) long.
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Not even in 1752, when Benjamin Franklin flew his famous kite on the banks of the Schuylkill River, and captured the first CANNED LIGHTNING, was there any definite knowledge of electrical energy.
Places like this are important for helping to drive innovation and entrepreneurship, not just in Schuylkill County, but statewide, said Governor Tom Wolf.
We are investigating further with our colleagues at the state police (at Schuylkill Haven)," Schuylkill County Coroner Dr.
The communities of Schuylkill County have continued to embrace us, and we feel strongly that the residents, businesses and organisations of Orwigsburg can greatly benefit from our style of community banking.
long bicycle and pedestrian trail structure spans the Schuylkill River in Valley Forge National Historical Park, near Philadelphia.
com)-- Solar Innovations[R] Architectural Glazing Systems is hosting the 5th Wednesday Mix and Mingle, in conjunction with the Schuylkill Chamber of Commerce Mixer.
The transaction will add four branches to Mid Penn's network and will expand the bank's footprint to include Schuylkill and Luzerne Counties.
The 25-foot vertical axis wind turbines were recently installed outside MCCC's Schuylkill Riverfront Academic and Heritage Center, adjacent to Riverfront Park and the Schuylkill River.
In Pennsylvania, Silberline president and CEO Lisa Jane Scheller, along with director, global automotive marketing, Tony Reed, and staffers, lined the Mary-D Fire company sports complex with 65 sugar maple trees, with assistance from the Schuylkill conservation district, Schuylkill Township, and a team of Little Leaguers who play baseball on the field.
25 January 2011 - S&P on Monday set a provisional AA-/A-1+ rating on Schuylkill County Industrial Development Authority's USD27m (EUR20m) resource recovery refunding revenue bonds.
The new store joins a strong mix of national, regional and local tenants that help to make this mall the premier shopping destination for Schuylkill County.
The New York Times announced today that it has made an agreement with the Philadelphia Newspapers LLC for the Times to be printed at their Schuylkill plant.