SUNBURY — After 28 years of searching for answers in the disappearance of Barbara Miller, the case seems to be creeping closer to a conclusion.
MONTANDON — Sunbury police arrived at a creek near Housels Run Road late Wednesday afternoon in yet another search for evidence in the case of Barbara Miller, according to Sunbury Police Chief Tim Miller.
SUNBURY — Wood chips and other unexplained materials were found inside concrete basement walls of a Milton home searched by officials in June, a residence Sunbury Police believe could be the final resting place of Barbara Miller.
SUNBURY — Twenty-eight balloons were placed in Cameron Park for a remembrance service in Sunbury, representing the number of years that Barbara Miller has been missing.
Sunbury Police have concluded their search of a pond near Montandon this afternoon and chief Tim Miller said officials found what they were looking for.
SUNBURY — Today marks 28 years since Barbara Miller was reported missing. This time around, the anniversary feels different, according to the woman’s son, Eddie Miller Jr.
SUNBURY — World-renowned forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee has joined the Sunbury Police Department and Chief Tim Miller in the search for the remains of Barbara Miller.
MILTON — Criminal investigators have concluded seven days of crawling on hands and knees and digging in the basement and backyard of a Milton home, searching for the remains of Barbara Miller.
MILTON — Sunbury Mayor David Persing and city Council Members said they plan to visit the Milton property at the center of the Barbara Miller investigation on Monday.
MILTON — Investigators extracted and inspected a concrete basement wall Friday on the third day of the latest search for the remains of a Sunbury woman who disappeared nearly 28 years ago.
Editor's Note: Below is an archived story from The Daily Item concerning the disappearance of Barbara Miller, one year after the Sunbury woman was reported missing. It is re-published without updates or annotations to allow a look back at what was presented publicly at the time and who was i…
Editor's Note: Below is a November 1989 story from The Daily Item concerning the disappearance of Barbara Miller — four months after the woman was reported missing. It is re-published without updates or annotations to allow a look back at what was presented publicly at the time and who was i…
MILTON — A former Sunbury police detective is the primary suspect in the 1989 disappearance and suspected murder of Barbara Miller, according to court documents filed Wednesday as part of a search warrant.
MILTON — Sunbury Police Chief Tim Miller said Thursday that there are other suspects in the cold case homicide of Barbara Miller and he would be “speaking to them soon.”
MILTON — Seven cadaver dogs made a positive detection for decomposition over the past two days at the North Front Street home at the center of the Barbara Miller cold case homicide investigation.
MILTON — Sunbury Police Chief Tim Miller vowed to "search through the night" after a more than 10-hour search for the remains of Barbara Miller literally hit a cement wall Wednesday at a Front Street home.
MILTON — The staccato whack of a jackhammer sounded faint from inside the basement of a Front Street home Wednesday, where investigators picked away at a thick cement wall in search of the remains of Barbara Miller.