Democrat Adam Ewig and Republican Chuck Steininger will serve the next four years on the Snyder County Board with incumbent Republican Commissioner Joe Kantz after winning election Tuesday.
LEWISBURG — Union County voters chose Preston Boop, Jeff Reber and Stacy Richards to govern as county commissioners beginning next year, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election.
MIFFLINBURG — Republicans Francis A. Gillott and Dennis Keiser won the only competitive Mifflinburg Area School District director's race, representing Region 3, which consists of Mifflinburg Borough and West Buffalo Township.
LEWISBURG — Jim Knight defeated James Murphy to win a six-year term as East Buffalo Township supervisor, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election.
LEWISBURG — Elijah Farrell leads Rudy Mummey in the election for a Ward 4 representative on Lewisburg Borough Council, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election.
DANVILLE — Montour County's incumbent commissioners will return for another four years, according to complete but unofficial results from Tuesday's general election.
Political newcomer Jennifer Seidel was the top vote-getter and Scott Roughton was second to earn seats on Shamokin City Council on Tuesday night according to unofficial county election results.
SUNBURY — Longtime City Councilman Jim Eister will be joined by political newcomer Josh Brosious on Sunbury City Council for the next four years according to unofficial election results.
SUNBURY — The Shikellamy School Board will remain the same for the next two years as four incumbents and a board appointee were all elected Tuesday night.
SHAMOKIN — Rosalie Smoogen and Bernie Sosnoskie will sit on the Shamokin Area School Board after winning two of the five open seats Tuesday night.
Susquehanna Valley polling sites, by county, for Tuesday’s General Election, according to county elections offices. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.MONTOUR COUNTY Anthony Township: Montour Preserve Visitors Center, 700 Preserve Road, Danville Cooper Township: Cooper Township Municipa…
SHAMOKIN — Shamokin City Council candidate Jennifer Seidel is challenging the finance report of fellow candidate Denise Brown by saying Brown accepted and spent an anonymous donor's $300 which is against the law, according to the Pennsylvania Department of State.
HARRISBURG – In the midst of a wide range of local elections, voters will pick two new judges for the state Superior Court on Tuesday. The court is the first stop for appeals in civil and criminal cases filed from county Courts of Common Pleas.
HARRISBURG — While it’s unclear when or if the votes will be counted, voters will be asked on Tuesday to decide whether to add a Victim’s Bill of Rights to the state Constitution.
While much attention is already being paid to the next presidential election, 12 months from now, Tuesday’s general election will have a much greater impact locally.
MIFFLINBURG — Three candidates are running for two seats on the Mifflinburg Area School District board of directors, representing Region 2 — Mifflinburg Borough and West Buffalo Township.
MILTON — Two of the three regions in the Milton Area School District have contested elections for school board members in Tuesday's general election.
SUNBURY — A political newcomer and a recent board appointee are among those vying for one of the five seats open on the Shikellamy School Board Tuesday.
There are four seats on Lewisburg Borough Council up for election Tuesday but the lone contested race pits Democrat Elijah Farrell against Republican Rudy Mummey.
LEWISBURG — The outcome of the election for the East Buffalo Township Board of Supervisors will decide whether Republicans retain a supermajority on the three-member board or for the first time in four years, Democrats hold a minority position.
LEWISBURG — The League of Women Voters of the Lewisburg Area will hold a three-part candidates night Wed., Oct. 30, 6:30 p.m. in the East Buffalo Township Building, 589 Fairground Rd.
DANVILLE — Incumbent Montour County Commissioners Ken Holdren, Dan Hartman and Trevor Finn touted their moves to consolidate county buildings and services to save money.