DANVILLE — Area Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops will host a pork chop dinner on April 6, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Danville American Legion. The cost is $7 with tickets available at the door. Also included in the meal will be scalloped potatoes, harvard beets, vegetable soup and tossed salad. A DJ will also perform from 9 p.m. to midnight. All proceeds will benefit the scout troops. For more information, call 570-275-3896.
School board fires Liberty Valley aide
DANVILLE – Members of the Danville school board voted to terminate the contract of Liberty Valley aide Adam Jones at their March 11 meeting. The firing is effective immediately.
Board president Allan Schappert said the board could not provide additional comment on the firing of Jones.Continued ...
Southside Fire Company report for February 2014
RIVERSIDE – Southside Fire Company answered nine calls and volunteered 37.5 man hours during the month of February. The calls answered by the fire company are as follows:Continued ...
Meth lab plea expected
DANVILLE – A Derry Township woman charged with operating a methamphetamine lab in her home is scheduled to enter a guilty plea.Continued ...
Bearden case postponed
DANVILLE – A Mifflinburg mother charged with attempted homicide of her 6-week-old son had her drug-related Montour County Court case postponed.Continued ...
Montour County public transportation helps Cochran stay on the move at 102
DANVILLE — Ruth Cochran stopped driving about five years ago.Continued ...
Students mix toys, science during CSIU competition
MONTANDON — From rescue vehicles to zombie plowers, the people-movers created by the 13 sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade teams in the K’NEX STEM Design Challenge on Monday were feats of imagination and engineering.
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Child abuse battle chose Geisinger's Dr. Pat Bruno
DANVILLE — Dr. Pat Bruno did not start off as an expert on child abuse, but it was the career he was called to.Continued ...
Councilman: UGI program could bring natural gas to Riverside
RIVERSIDE — A member of Riverside Borough Council will contact UGI to see if a new $75 million pilot program of theirs will help bring natural gas to the community.Continued ...
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