A dispute over a winter hat led to a fistfight in a Milton alleyway just before a 24-year-old man was shot and critically injured Sunday afternoon, according to arrest papers filed in district court.
LEWISBURG — American Legion Post 182 welcomed an audience of more than 100 people Monday night to observe Veterans Day and watch local Boy Scout Troop 538's Court of Honor Ceremony.
ATLANTA (AP) — Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was admitted to a hospital on Monday evening for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls, his spokeswoman said.
MILTON — Second vice commander Matthew Lenig of American Legion Post 71 welcomed more than 40 people, including the Boy Scouts from Troop 605, to an outdoor Veteran's Day ceremony Monday night at Veteran's Memorial Park.
NORTHUMBERLAND — One of the perks of being an eighth-grader at the former St. Mary’s Elementary School, in Kulpmont, was helping with blood drives.
A Maryland truck driver faces a $500 fine in connection with the Route 15 fatal crash that killed Selinsgrove resident John Wendt on July 9.
Valley representatives will meet Thursday with several members of the state Attorney General's Office to discuss ongoing complaints of insurance fraud against the former owners of Wood-Mode Inc.
The mother of injured 3-year-old Arabella Parker told television host Steve Wilkos she did not call police despite her boyfriend abusing her and her daughter because she feared for their lives.
Shikellamy School District's new JROTC leader has resigned, saying he was not being compensated by the Army following a lengthy certification process.
NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump kicked off New York City's Veterans Day Tribute on Monday by saying the nation's veterans "risked everything for us. Now it is our duty to serve and protect them every single day of our lives."
To honor its employees who have served in any branch of the U.S. Military, National Beef Packing Company is making a $50 donation in honor of each to Mission 22, an organization working to end veteran suicide through awareness and treatment.
MILTON — An unidentified male shooting victim was undergoing surgery at Geisinger Medical Center on Sunday night after he was gunned down on a Milton sidestreet late in the afternoon.
SELINSGROVE — When Joy Melissa Martz died unexpectedly on Aug. 11 at age 32, her sister, Jill Yisrael, knew right away she had to start some sort of memorial.
NEW YORK (AP) — There's something circular about Matt Vogel's career, which is perfectly appropriate for the star of an educational children's show.
NEW YORK — Fifty years ago Sunday, beloved entertainer Carol Burnett appeared on the very first broadcast of a quirky TV program that featured a bunch of furry puppets.
HUMMELS WHARF — Nicole Reichard and her three young children stopped at PetSmart on Saturday to pick up pet food and spent several minutes enjoying the company of Sunrise, a four-year-old mixed breed for adoption at Mostly Mutts.
SUNBURY —Weis Markets on Friday presented a $175,000 check on behalf of its Mission: ABLE campaign to benefit Paralyzed Veterans of America and the nation’s heroes. This donation was generated through customer contributions during a three-week, in-store fundraising campaign. Weis Markets’ st…
HUMMELS WHARF — For Khaalid Muhammad and Christopher Arnan, opening businesses at the Susquehanna Valley Mall is something they said was a “no brainer.”
Inside a hall in Jarabina, a little Slovak Republic village of about 900 residents, there is a mural of Marines planting a United States flag on inhospitable rocky ground, while comrades raise their guns and arms in celebration.
SUNBURY — More than 50 veterans, some accompanied by family members, enjoyed a hearty dinner, including dessert, Friday night at Shikellamy High School's First Annual Veterans Day Celebration, courtesy of the Braves Batallion of the JROTC.
1. The Degenstein Library and Sunbury Revitalization Inc. present an A&A Production of “The Crazy Quilt Club” by Pat Cook at 7:30 p.m. tonight on the garden level of The Albright Center at 450 Chestnut St.
DANVILLE — Business owners and organizations in Danville will be featured in an episode of “Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs,” which will air sometime in 2020
Permanent layoffs of approximately 148 employees began this fall at ACF Industries in Milton, according to company President and CEO Michael Farmakis. Layoffs continue through Dec. 31, however, ACF is marked for layoffs and not a plant closure, according to an updated notice issued to the Pe…
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. health officials announced a breakthrough Friday into the cause of a mysterious outbreak of vaping illnesses, reporting they have a "very strong culprit."
SHAMOKIN DAM — PennDOT crews need warmer, dryer weather for the remaining paving and line work for the $13.7 million Duke Street Reconstruction Project in Northumberland.
Geisinger says equipment used in measuring donor breast milk to help premature infants with their nutritional needs is the source of a waterborne bacteria that infected eight infants — including three who later died — in the hospital's neonatal intensive care unit.
A Bloomsburg University student’s racial slurs captured on video mocking a slave auction inspired a campus protest and spurred calls among students of color for diversity, inclusion, safety and equality.
SELINSGROVE — The Selinsgrove Intermediate School students honored veterans and their families in a fourth annual Veteran's Day Assembly Thursday afternoon in the middle school auditorium.
ELYSBURG — A suspicious package discovered early Thursday caused law enforcement to close the Sheetz convenience store in Ralpho Township and summon a bomb squad to investigate, according to Steve Jeffery, Northumberland County Department of Public Safety.