SUNBURY — Staff at PA CareerLink Northumberland/Snyder/Union Counties in Sunbury immediately reached out to the state Department of Labor and Industry's Rapid Response team on Thursday morning once news broke that UPMC Susquehanna Sunbury was set to close in March 2020.

WATSONTOWN — A Watsontown man has been charged with two felony counts and multiple misdemeanors after being stopped while driving at a traffic stop in the 100th block of E. Third St., on Nov. 14.

SUNBURY — The future of UPMC Susquehanna Sunbury challenging the decision of the Northumberland County Board of Assessment to deny the hospital's request for tax exemption of more than $370,000 in real estate revenue is not known, according to county officials.

LEWISBURG — Lewisburg Area School Board directors elected Jordan Fetzer, Cory Heath and Erin Jablonski as board president, vice president and treasurer, respectively. The three were elected to the leadership positions when the school board reorganized this week.

SELINSGROVE — Susquehanna University junior Bailee Wenckus was awarded Leader of the Year for 2019 at the recent Lead365 National Conference in Orlando, Florida.

SUNBURY — Taxpayers in Shamokin will continue paying a 35-mill real estate tax and 2 percent earned income tax as part of the city's state-guided Act 47 recovery plan.

MILTON — The 24-year-old man who was shot on Nov. 10 needed seven different surgeries over the last four weeks, two of which included procedures that were required to keep him from dying, according to testimony from a Milton Police officer on Wednesday.

SELINSGROVE — After 10 years serving as superintendent of the Selinsgrove School District, Chad Cohrs tendered his resignation at Tuesday night's school board meeting. Cohrs will continue as superintendent until July 2020, the end of the current school year.

HARRISBURG—  The Pennsylvania Commission for Women is seeking statewide nominations for its fifth annual Female Veterans Day Ceremony as part of Women’s History Month in March 2020. The event will take place at the Governor’s Residence in Harrisburg and veterans selected will be honored by G…

COAL TOWNSHIP — A home raided by state Attorney General's Office drug officials is now under investigation after emergency responders battled a two-alarm fire in the 1400 block of Pulaski Avenue in the Springfield Section of Coal Township, Sunday night.

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