MIFFLINBURG — The Mifflinburg Heritage and Revitalization Association seeks volunteers to help at its Spring Flight Festival and Blues Party on May 22.
LEWISBURG — Bucknell Freeman College of Management Professor Thiago Serra, analytics and operations management, received a $174,847 National Science Foundation grant for a two-year study aimed to make neural networks smaller without affecting their performance.
Edward Nelson has been unopposed in the last three mayoral races in Milton, but if he wants to maintain a post he has held since 1995, the longtime Milton mayor will have to win twice this year.
COAL TOWNSHIP — More poll workers are needed in Northumberland County for the primary election on May 18, according to county Board of Elections Chief Registrar Nathan Savidge.
Two candidates will vie for a decade-long term as a Common Courts Plea judge in the 17th Judicial District serving Union and Snyder counties in the May 18 primary.
Five candidates will vie for a chance to serve in one of four, four year terms on the Selinsgrove Borough council and two candidates will face off for the one, two-year term.
WOODLAWN, Md. — Four people were killed and at least one was injured in a shooting and fire early Saturday morning in Maryland, authorities said, adding the suspect was shot by police and was among the dead.
TOWSON, Md. — Maryland’s governor on Saturday posthumously pardoned 34 victims of racial lynching in the state dating between 1854 and 1933, saying they were denied legal due process against the allegations they faced.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A U.S. energy company says a cyberattack forced it to temporarily halt all operations on a major pipeline that delivers roughly 45% of all fuel consumed on the East Coast.
ALLENWOOD — It’s not often that adults can combine nature, art and wine with a zoo full of snakes, turtles and a (Komodo) dragon.
RIVERSIDE — Not only will there be a parade and other events to celebrate a sesquicentennial, but the music will also be provided by groups with local ties to the town.
COVID-19 has been an unpredictable virus, with a wide range of symptoms and outcomes. Mitigating it has caused social, educational and financial changes around the world. Small wonder then that people are feeling unsettled and anxious.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The recovery of America’s job market hit a pause last month as many businesses — from restaurants and hotels to factories and construction companies — struggled to find enough workers to catch up with a rapidly strengthening economic rebound.