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Selinsgrove students take a step back in time
SELINSGROVE — About 50 Selinsgrove Area Intermediate School students took a trip back in time with 18th century re-enactors Ralph and Susan Aument on Thursday afternoon.
Gas price hike to hit in 13 days
HARRISBURG — Gasoline prices, permit fees and speeding fines are going to increase as the cost of Pennsylvania’s multi-billion-dollar transportation plan begins hitting motorists Jan. 1.
HUD tightens rules in wake of Point Twp. grant problem
PHILADELPHIA — The federal agency that disperses both housing and community development grants to Pennsylvania now will require a much greater level of oversight and documentation when it hands out money — this, as a result of a botched grant program for low- and moderate-income housing in Point Township, Northumberland County.
State Supreme Court strikes down zoning limits on drilling
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is striking down provisions that stripped the power that municipalities had over where natural gas drilling activity could occur.
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Target: 40 million card accounts may be breached
Target says about 40 million credit and debit card accounts may be affected by a data breach that occurred just as the holiday shopping season shifted into high gear.
United Methodist pastor defrocked after performing gay wedding
NORRISTOWN — United Methodist church officials today defrocked a pastor from central Pennsylvania who officiated his son’s gay wedding in Massachusetts, a move seen as contradictory to the denomination’s beliefs.
Santa calls in from the North Pole to Janet Weis Children's Hospital
DANVILLE — Sick children across Geisinger Health System had personal conversations with Santa Claus this week during the sixth annual SantaCam event.
Lewisburg directors OK $19G adviser for $35M idea
LEWISBURG — Before about 35 visitors and two Buffalo Valley Regional Police officers, the Lewisburg Area school board voted 7-1 Wednesday night to hire a financial adviser to guide the district on loan and bond issues for the upcoming high school project in Kelly Township.
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