RadioShack closing 1,100 stores as troubles grow
NEW YORK — RadioShack said it plans to close up to 1,100 stores in the U.S. and reported a wider quarterly loss after a disappointing holiday season.
Woman killed, two critically injured in Lykens row house fire
LYKENS — Authorities in Dauphin County have identified a woman killed in a row house fire that critically injured two other people.
Arrests and crime way down as Penn State's Patty’s Day wanes
STATE COLLEGE — State College police say arrests and overall crime continued to drop during the unofficial Penn State drinking holiday known as State Patty’s Day.
Reports: Tab for state review of Sandusky case now at $96,000
STATE COLLEGE — A newspaper says documents it has obtained show Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s office has spent more than $96,000 in its review of the Jerry Sandusky child-sex investigation.
Midd-West board claims former superintendent lied
MIDDLEBURG — Among the 36 charges that led former Midd-West School District Superintendent Wesley Knapp to abruptly resign late last year were claims that he lied under oath, failed to monitor federally funded programs and acted against the district solicitor’s advice.
Reports: Hynoski may become a free agent
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Elysburg native Henry Hynoski’s future with the New York Giants is up in the air after an NBC Sports program reported that the Giants will not resign the restricted free agent unless it can sign him for less money.
Mifflinburg school board rejects SUN Tech budget
MIFFLINBURG — The Mifflinburg school board voted down its share of the SUN Area Technical Institute’s proposed budget for 2014-15, asking officials of the New Berlin school to look again and cut more money.
About 70 pack Watsontown council meeting
WATSONTOWN — It was a packed house again Monday night at the first Borough Council meeting since Chief Dennis Derr filed a federal lawsuit against the borough, Mayor Dave Hontz and former public works supervisor Scott Winters.
U.S. Supreme Court skeptical of IQ scores in deciding executions
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court appeared likely today to say that states can’t rely on intelligence test scores alone in borderline cases to determine that a death row inmate is mentally able and thus eligible to be executed.
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