MILTON — Sen. John Gordner (R-27) recently joined several Milton Area School District students for a tour of the district's Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs and a look at the construction work that’s been completed at Milton’s $14.1 million athletic and wellness complex.
MIFFLINBURG — Newly-seated and returning school directors got an earful after the Thursday evening reorganization meeting of Mifflinburg Area School District (MASD).
LEWISBURG — With the official start of winter less than three weeks away, Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority (BVRA) volunteers spent part of the day Thursday at the ice rink.
April Coup frequently rings a bell and stands by a kettle for donations to The Salvation Army at the Lewisburg Farmer’s Market. Coup is a regular at her post near the new market pavilion.
MILTON — With a $7,362 monthly mortgage to pay, and facing the potential loss of up to $12,000 in funding from one source, the director of the Milton Public Library is working to address a looming budgetary shortfall.
LAUGHLINTOWN – Somerset County’s scenery and a historic Laughlintown inn will be featured in an upcoming Christian Bale thriller set inside the regimented 1830-era world of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
DANVILLE — Bruce Carl, 20, of Kulpmont, has been charged by Detective Justin Stanley with felonies of sexual extortion and criminal use of a communications facility, and a misdemeanor of harassment for allegedly threatening to share images and a video of his ex-girlfriend.
BLOOMSBURG — United in Recovery — a substance use disorder prevention, education, and recovery support organization under United Way of Columbia and Montour Counties — is organizing free community narcan giveaways.
SELINSGROVE — Motorists in Snyder County are advised the primitive roadside rest area on Routes 11/15 at McKees Half Falls in Chapman Township, Snyder County, will close for the season on Monday, Dec. 6.
LEWISBURG — Corazon Inc. has granted reaccreditation to the Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) program at Evangelical Community Hospital.
Every four years, the Summer Olympics shows the world the latest training or recovery method the greatest athletes have taken up. In 2016, many athletes had red circular marks on their skin from “cupping,” an ancient Chinese practice involving suction on sore muscles and tendons. This year, …
Visitors enjoy a break from a chilly night at the Mifflinburg Hose Company before the lighting of the Mifflinburg Christmas tree. Clockwise from upper left, Abby Green, Dan Bustin, Faith Paisen and Hannah Paisen.
HANOVER TOWNSHIP — Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that Re-Match, an international recycler of artificial turf fields, has chosen Luzerne County as the location of its first North American recycling facility, investing nearly $12.2 million in the project and creating approximately 40 new, full-time jobs.
MOUNT CARMEL TOWNSHIP — An unknown vehicle pulled down wires over state Route 54 in Strong and Natalie early Wednesday, causing a several-hourlong closure of the state highway.
Among the items currently on display by the Watsontown Historical Association are these wooden buildings, crafted by Stanley H. Williams, a cabinet maker who was born March 26, 1905, in Watsontown. The buildings were crafted around 1946 and are a replica of a farm and house owned by Vance Ma…
The GFWC Woman’s Club of Milton met Monday for lunch, club business, reports and heard Marie Mucci share her experiences with the mission trips to Guatemala since 2003. Mucci emphasized the need for clean water there. Reports were presented on the Thanksgiving baskets donated to two six memb…
WATSONTOWN — With the Watsontown United Methodist Church scheduled to hold its last service Dec. 26, the founder of a preschool which operates out of the church building is offering assurance that the school will continue educating children.
LEWISBURG — The Central PA Chamber of Commerce will be holding a job fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10, at the Union County Resource Center, 480 Hafer Road, Lewisburg.
The Otzinachson Group of the Sierra Club made donations to five local libraries for nature books. The Milton Public Library at Rose Hill was a recipient and chose these books: Enric Sala, The Nature of Nature; Mark Bittman, Animal, Vegetable, Junk; Michael E. Mann, The New Climate War; and T…
LEWISBURG — The school day began with a two-hour delay Wednesday for Kelly Elementary School students, due to trouble with a cafeteria water heater.
LEWISBURG — The Union-Snyder Agency on Aging Inc. office and all of its senior centers will be closed will be closed Fridays, Dec. 24 and 31, and Mondays, Dec. 27 and Jan. 3.
MILTON — Twenty-two businesses are participating in a Christmas window/exterior decorating contest being sponsored by the Downtown Milton Merchants Association.
WEST MILTON — The Reading and Susquehanna Model Railroad Club of West Milton has announced a series of open house events to be held at its location in the West Milton Park, West Milton.
ALLENTOWN — Muhlenberg senior dancers shared their experiences through movement, as the Theatre and Dance Department presented "Reset: New Dances" Nov. 18-20 in the college's Baker Theatre.
Above, water, chips and other snacks, offered by Nikki Shemory and Morgan Boonie, awaited finishers at the Mifflinburg Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day. Proceeds supported the Herr Memorial Library and the Mifflinburg Area High School boys lacrosse team.
KJ Reimensnyder-Wagner leads young people, parents and grandparents in holiday tunes at the Annual Tree Lighting and Downtown Shopping Night in Mifflinburg. Cookies and hot chocolate were offered from the nearby Mifflinburg Hose Company firehouse.
MILTON — Masking will remain optional for students and staff in the Milton Area School District, pending the results of a Supreme Court hearing on the issue in Pennsylvania scheduled for Dec. 8.
The history of the banking industry in Watsontown and surrounding communities will be highlighted in a display at the Watsontown Historical Association. Here, association volunteer and banking industry employee Diana Johnson stands next to a replica of what’s now the First National Bank, as …
KULPMONT — A Delaware County man recently released from SCI-Coal Township is facing new charges for forcefully entering his ex-girlfriend’s residence in the borough the morning of Oct 19, the Pennsylvania State Police allege.
SHAMOKIN — The parents of an 8-week-old boy who died Oct. 13 after being found unconscious in his Shamokin home have been charged with a felony of endangering the welfare of a child and misdemeanor of recklessly endangering another person.
HERSHEY — For its work on the County Bridge No. 12 and No. 19 Bundle Project, Union County was named the winner of the 2021 Road and Bridge Safety Improvement Award Program.
DANVILLE — Children’s Miracle Network at Geisinger and KISS FM 102.7 from Williamsport will team up for the 17th annual KISS for Kids Holiday Radiothon, to be held from 5:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dec. 9 and 10.
NORTHUMBERLAND — Angela Hummel, of Angela Hummel Consulting, has been selected as a speaker for the 2021 ACT Workforce Virtual Summit. This theme will be Reinvigorate the Core of Your Community.
LOAYLSOCK TOWNSHIP — Two juveniles were hospitalized with serious injuries after crashing a car while allegedly leading police on a pursuit late Monday, Nov. 29, in Loyalsock Township, Lycoming County.
FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP — Pennsylvania State Police at Montoursville are conducting an investigation into a body which was discovered by hunters along a riverbank in Fairfield Township, Lycoming County.
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania State Police investigated 1,155 crashes, including five fatal collisions, in which five people were killed during the Thanksgiving holiday driving period from Nov. 24-28.