Exotic tastes run wild at game dinner fundraiser
Nothing about the sausage, macaroni, soup or jerky served in the banquet hall at the First Church of the Nazarene in Mifflinburg on Saturday appeared out of the ordinary — until one took a peek at the menu.
Experts iffy over Downtown Dragons' proposal
Experts who studied competing plans for Lewisburg Area High’s future last week could not conclude whether a grassroots group’s idea to renovate and keep the school in the borough was any better than the district’s proposal for a new building in Kelly Township.
Get-rich schemes floated by quack preparers carry jail risk
When all the number-crunching is done, taxpayers hope for just one thing — a refund. A huge one at that.
Getting swept up in the promise of a tiny dust ball
LOS ANGELES — Jim Gimzewski grabs a silicon wafer with a pair of tweezers and raises it to the light, thinking about Jackson Pollock, snowflakes and Tibetan mandalas.
Penn National Gaming receives slots approval in Mass.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission announced Thursday that Wyomissing-based Penn National Gaming Inc. will be offered its first slots parlor license, more than two years after Massachusetts legalized Las Vegas-style casino gambling.
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Hartleton's former police chief sentenced today to probation for one year
LEWISBURG — Former Hartleton Police Chief Donald “Larry” Zerbe will serve a year of probation and pay restitution of more than $5,000 in the “fines for the playground” scheme he fashioned, his sentence handed down Friday in Union County Court.
Accuweather's new forecast: Expect a foot of snow Monday
STATE COLLEGE — The meteorologists at Accuweather today increased their snowfall forecast to around 12 inches of snow late Sunday night into Monday across the Central Susquehanna Valley.
Electric bill spikes shock local residents
SUNBURY - An outraged Christine Graw of Renovo was so upset after her electric bill nearly doubled in a month that she sent out letters to news editors across Pennsylvania warning customers to do their homework before switching utilities.
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