TURBOTVILLE — The Warrior Run-Fort Freeland Heritage Society was awarded a $11,200 grant from the Ralph and Josephine Smith Fund from the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania to install a slate walkway at the Historic Warrior Run Church, 41 Warrior Lane, Watsontown.
WATSONTOWN — Erica Frey believes the vision she shared for the former Santander Bank building during a January 2020 Watsontown Borough Council meeting holds more true today than ever before.
One of the joys of gardening is to be found in the benefits that a diverse and healthy garden provides for the various creatures that visit year-round. A bit of careful planning when selecting plants can help construct a hospitable backyard habitat for insects, birds, and small mammals that …
Q: Hi Greg, I enjoy your old car articles very much in our weekly Pennysaver. I am an AMC fan and want to know the actual date when American Motors was formed, and a short history of why you feel they failed? Bob H. Owego, N.Y.
This week, we’re driving the all-new 2021 Chevrolet Suburban, delivered with top-line High Country amenities and a 3.0-liter Inline-6 Duramax Turbo Diesel under the hood. The High Country 4WD trim is an expensive option, but each and every Suburban built comes with three-row passenger seatin…
MIFFLINBURG — Mifflinburg Bancorp, Inc. (OTC Pink: MIFF), parent company of Mifflinburg Bank and Trust Co., recently released unaudited financial results for the second quarter of 2021.
LEWISBURG — Last summer, Tanisha M. Williams participated in #BlackBirdersWeek, the social media campaign to highlight Black birders that followed a racist incident in New York’s Central Park involving Christian Cooper, an avid birdwatcher. Inspired by the success of the campaign, Williams, …
With NASCAR taking the next two weeks off to accommodate TV coverage of the Olympics, I thought this would be the perfect time to issue report card grades for the top NASCAR Cup teams.
Counselor Hannah Fogle, Becky Cunfer, Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority (BVRA) nature program director, helped Gavin Buchanan and Campbell Stewart design a board game. The boys, attending a BVRA day program, called the game ‘Scary World.’
MILTON — The executive director of a regional economic development entity is reporting that numerous tours of the former ACF Industries site in Milton have been given to potentially interested buyers.
MILTON — Now that the masks have largely come off, the president and CEO of the Central PA Chamber of Commerce believes individual smiles are “bigger and brighter” than ever.
Fresh off a morning seeing patients in clinic, resident Deanna Huffman started her afternoon shift at Allegheny General Hospital with a list of tasks: sweep around the garden beds, prune the tomatoes, harvest the snap peas.
SHAMOKIN — A city man is facing a felony of aggravated assault and other charges for allegedly holding a knife to his girlfriend’s throat while in the presence of a child the morning of July 15.
HARRISBURG — Staffing and funding are hurdles state Sen. John Gordner says stand in the way of Gov. Tom Wolf requiring nursing homes to provide 4.1 hours of direct care per patient each day.
WILLIAMSPORT — Bottles and Brews VIII. a fundraising event for the Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society, will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 13 at 858 West Fourth St., Williamsport.
WILLIAMSPORT — Things look differently today than they did one year ago. With the COVID-19 pandemic, the world halted, and with it, opportunities such as internships fell through for many college students, one of them being Lycoming College’s Alexander Laubscher.
SUNBURY — Sunbury Press has released a new edition of the "Memoirs of Dr. Joseph Priestley," the Friends of the Joseph Priestley House announced. The organization plans to introduce the book during Oxygen Day festivities Sunday, Aug. 1, at Priestley House.
LEWISBURG — Three Bridges, a Southern Gospel singing group, will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 1, at Cornerstone Christian Fellowship, 2823 Old Turnpike Road, Lewisburg. Doors open at 6.
EAST BUFFALO TOWNSHIP — A misdemeanor count of possession of a small amount of marijuana and a criminal mischief citation were filed against Casey A. Ross, 34, of Lewisburg, after an investigation.
LEWISBURG — Gaspipe Theatre Company and RiverStage Community Theatre will present William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" at 7 p.m. Aug. 13-15 at Greenspace Center, 815 Market St., Lewisburg.
Artists including Sofia Wilkinson of Lewisburg worked between thundershowers Friday on entries for the 2021 Sidewalk Chalk Festival. The annual festival, after being held in a modified form in 2020, was seemingly as popular as ever even as showers threatened to wash many of the works away.
LEWISBURG — The Lewisburg Downtown Partnership (LDP) was authorized Tuesday evening by Borough Council to apply for a state-funded Keystone Communities Planning Grant.
MIFFLINBURG — Mifflinburg Area School District residents have until Monday to submit their thoughts to the district about revisions to the COVID-19 health and safety plan.
MILTON — With interest rates remaining low, the Milton Area School District expects to save $5.6 million in interest on $30 million it intends to borrow over a four-year period.
MILTON — Walking through what was once the ground-level bar area of the Eagles Milton Aerie Club 1208, Steve Gibson noted he had already removed two drop ceilings from the area.
MILTON — With the Milton Area School District’s recent announcement that the district’s stadium renovation project will not be completed in time for the fall football season, members of the coaching staff and community at large wanted to do something to make the new season special for the players.
NORTHUMBERLAND — A borough man is incarcerated after being charged with 201 felonies for allegedly uploading and possessing 100 images and videos of child pornography.
BUTER TOWNSHIP — Swift work by local law enforcement led to the apprehension of the ATV rider who fled State Game Lands 326 in Schuylkill County Monday morning after allegedly running over a Game Commission employee at a high speed.
MUNCY — "Paragon on Pepper Street," a free performance by the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra (PRO), will be at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7 at the Pepper Street Farm, 232 Pepper St., Muncy.
UNIVERSITY PARK — Organizers at the College of Agricultural Sciences said the 4-H Youth Building at Penn State’s Ag Progress Days will introduce kids of all ages to the many facets of 4-H.
Turbotville Junior Girl Scout Troop 61271 completed its Bronze Award project in June. Scouts upgraded an outdoor feral cat shelter for 4 Paws Sake Animal Rescue in Milton. The Bronze Award is the highest award that a Junior Girl Scout can achieve. The five girls who earned the award are Elyc…
WILLIAMSPORT — The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania is offering an additional grant opportunity for nonprofit organizations serving the residents of Lycoming County.
HARRISBURG — Since Monday, Lycoming County has logged nine new, confirmed cases of COVID-19, and Northumberland County one, according to data released by the state Department of Health Wednesday afternoon.
UNIVERSITY PARK — Infectious and vector-borne animal and plant diseases, vaccination issues surrounding COVID-19, and the spread of the invasive spotted lanternfly will take center stage in displays and presentations at the College of Agricultural Sciences Exhibits Building and Theatre durin…
Kevin Styer directs the Anthracite Symphonic Band during a rehearsal Monday evening in the Northumberland County Career and Arts Center in Shamokin. The band will hold a “Welcome Back” concert 7 p.m. Thursday, July 29. The concert — the first since December 2019 — will feature Sloan Derk on …
MIFFLINBURG — A Mifflinburg man has been charged with felony attempt to kidnap a minor, felony attempted robbery of a motor vehicle and misdemeanor stalking and obstruction of law enforcement related to allegations he allegedly attempted to enter a vehicle and filmed two girls as they waited…