SELINSGROVE — Susquehanna University presents “Moral Courage in Business,” this year’s Edward S. and A. Rita Schmidt Lectureship in Ethics, at 7 p.m. Oct. 29 in Stretansky Concert Hall, in the Cunningham Center for Music and Art. Presenters are Signe S. Gates, vice-chair of Susquehanna’s board of trustees and retired senior vice president, general counsel and secretary for Barnes Group Inc.; and Matthew Phillips, assistant professor of accounting, The James F. Dicke College of Business Administration at Ohio Northern University.
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Teacher named interim assistant principal at Danville Middle School
DANVILLE — The Danville school board Tuesday approved Jeremy Winn as interim assistant principal at the Danville Middle School, effective today.
Warrior Run hears from 3 architectural firms
TURBOTVILLE — A handful of residents turned out to a Tuesday session dedicated to finding an architectural firm to conduct a feasibility study in the Warrior Run School District.
Woman to face trial in drug-induced abortion case
DANVILLE — A Washingtonville woman charged with obtaining abortion-inducing drugs from overseas, resulting in a 16-year-old’s miscarriage, has waived her court arraignment.
Woman placed on probation stealing gift cards at Danville SPCA
DANVILLE — A Lewisburg woman was sentenced to probation for stealing more than $900 in gift cards from the Danville SPCA while working as a shelter attendant.
Proposal would allow state universities to exit the system
HARRISBURG — Some Pennsylvania state lawmakers want state-owned universities to be able to leave the 14-member State System of Higher Education and on Tuesday outlined the details of a proposal to allow it.
2 arrested, 1 sought in Lebanon County double fatal shooting
LEBANON — Two people are behind bars and a third remains at large in connection with a shooting in central Pennsylvania that has left two men dead.
Accuweather: 'Winter sandwich' on the way
STATE COLLEGE — After our little taste of spring this week, watch out for a cold blast that will follow a storm expected to bring heavy here and snow to our north.
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