LAURELTON — The annual haunted house and hay ride fundraiser held Oct. 26 and 27 at Union County West End Fair Grounds, approximately 17 miles west of Route 15, turn left onto Fairground Road, just after passing Penns Creek Angler. Fairgrounds are about one mile ahead. Gates open at 5 p.m. Haunted house begins at 5:30 p.m. and the hay ride at 7 p.m. (or when it gets dark). Food and games. Sponsored by Giving the Gift of Sight, Inc., a new non-profit organization made up of and run by volunteers raising money for families in need. Funds raised go to help children receive treatment for optic nerve hypoplasia (ONH for short) and to support families whose child is ill or hospitalized. More information, visit www.givingthegiftofsight.weebly.com or call 428-2149 (Sarah Schutt).
Magistrate judge sides with Warrior Run
WILLIAMSPORT — A federal magistrate judge says he agrees with a hearing officer that a Warrior Run student does not need special-education services,
Inaugural Lewisburg BrewBQue Musical Festival is Saturday
LEWISBURG — Not a beer fan? Not a problem. This Saturday’s inaugural Lewisburg BrewBQue Musical Festival, taking place from 2 to 6 p.m. on Market Street from Sixth Street to the Susquehanna River, welcomes brew lovers, barbecue fans, dancers in the street and little tykes alike with an array of events and offerings, organizers said.
Decision coming on police shooting of city man
SUNBURY — Brad Hare, the city’s former acting police chief, will learn by Friday whether he was justified in shooting a city man earlier this month, Northumberland County District Attorney Ann Targonski said Wednesday.
Union County bridge replacement project begins Aug. 4
HARTLETON — A PennDOT maintenance crew in Union County will begin a bridge replacement project Aug. 4 on Pleasant Grove Road, Route 3005, in Lewis Township, between Moll Road and Wirth Road, north of Pleasant Grove.
BREAKING NEWS: Woman killed today in Danville area collision
DANVILLE – An older woman, from the area, was killed in a log truck-car crash at about 1:45 this afternoon at Routes 642 and 54 in Valley Township.
Jay Paterno sues Penn State for 'rush to judgment'
STATE COLLEGE - Two former Penn State assistant football coaches, including a son of the late Joe Paterno, are suing the university, alleging that it fired them prematurely after the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal surfaced.
400-pound bull on the lam
State police and a western Pennsylvania cattle owner are looking for a 2-year-old bull that has been missing for more than a week.
Complainer: Cars whiz by, and drivers take whiz
The Pennsylvania Turnpike has asked state police to increase patrols near an area of the toll road where a woman says she can see motorists exposing and relieving themselves near her backyard.
We came across this spider brunching on another today near the American Legion post in Herndon. We aren't sure what type of spiders they are. Particularly the one with the full stomach. Do you?
Today's Editorial: Experts showing the way for reform
Domestic abuse remains one of the most prevalent crimes nationally yet remains routinely unreported.
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