DANVILLE — DANVILLE – Santa Claus will be available to visit with children from 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays and from noon to 3 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 21 at his cottage at Canal Park at the Danville Municipal Building, Mill Street.
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Police say distracted driver caused 2-car crash in Point Township
POINT TWP – Two women were sent to Geisinger Medical Center following a two car crash at approximately 4:25 p.m. on Point Township Drive, just past the Northumberland county line.
Chief Josh Vankirk, of the Point Township Police Department, said both vehicles were traveling at normal speeds but declined to release the names of the two women involved.
Lent’s here! Sisters’ sale a favorite
DANVILLE — Regular customers and newcomers formed a steady stream to buy soup, sandwiches and baked goods served up by sisters and staff at Holy Family Convent.
55 Gronsky students cheered by sold-out 76ers crowd
DANVILLE — Fifty-five dancers from Danville were cheered on for their prime-time performance before a sold-out Philadelphia 76ers game March 1.
Author to discuss Sandy Hook shooting book at Danville High School
DANVILLE – Journalist and author Matthew Lysiak will be discussing his recent book “Newtown: An American Tragedy” at 3:30 p.m., March 12, at the Danville High School’s library.
The book recounts the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting which occurred in December of 2012 in Newtown, Connecticut, and claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults.
Food service, dietitians wage Nutrition Month battle at Geisinger Medical Center
DANVILLE — A month-long cooking competition will pit Geisinger’s culinary experts against each other.
VIP readers mark Seuss' birthday
DANVILLE — Some VIPs showed up to read Dr. Seuss books to St, Cyril kindergarten and preschool students Monday to mark the birthday of the well-known children’s author.
Danviille police take lead in DL&W fire investigation
DANVILLE — Investigation of the fire that destroyed the house at 311 DL&W Ave. has been turned over from the state police to Danville’s police department.
Enrollment open for Danville's Head Start and Pre-K Counts
DANVILLE – The school district’s Head Start and Pre-K Counts courses are now open for enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year.
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