MILTON — Valley residents who need to improve their computer skills, or just need access to the technology, are invited to participate in a free yearlong program offered through the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU).
SHAMOKIN — A Shamokin man is the victim of a gunshot wound following an incident on Friday night in the 900 block of Orange Street in Shamokin, according to a search warrant filed at the Shamokin office of District Judge John Gembic.
Pennsylvania Health Department officials recorded zero COVID-19-related deaths for the second consecutive Saturday, but added 4,485 new infections pushing the state's October total to 76,669.
SUNBURY — The trial of accused murderer Jahrid Burgess is pushed back to November after a prosecution witness had a medical emergency, Northumberland County District Attorney Tony Matulewicz said.
Pennsylvania surpassed 1.5 million COVID cases since the pandemic began in March 2020 as state health officials recorded more than 5,000 new cases for the third consecutive day on Friday.
SUNBURY — The balloons will fly at Spyglass Ridge Winery after a Northumberland County judge granted owners Tom and Tammy Webb a partial injunction to stop Rockefeller Township officials from shutting down any events through the end of October.
There were 131 new COVID cases among school-aged children in the Valley this week, while the number of children infected statewide dipped below 7,000 for the first time in a month.
DANVILLE — Lane restrictions will be in place next week on Route 54 and Route 642 in Valley Township, Montour County, for drilling roadway borings.
SUNBURY — Five Sunbury City Council candidates and two city residents vying for the mayor seat are all looking forward to Nov. 2 when voters get to choose their next city leaders.
MILTON — A Northumberland woman is accused of stealing money and items from the house of her boyfriend’s uncle after a family disagreement, according to Milton Police Department.
Pennsylvania had more than 100 COVID-related deaths for the third day in a row on Thursday, the first time that has happened since the first week in February.
State Health officials registered more than 5,000 new COVID cases and 170 deaths on Wednesday, giving the state more than 300 deaths linked to the virus over the past two days.
SHAMOKIN — Shamokin police are investigating the death of a seven-week-old boy who was found unconscious in a city home and later died at Geisinger-Shamokin Area Community Hospital.
SUNBURY — A hearing is set for Friday between Spyglass Ridge Winery owners, Tom and Tammy Webb and the Rockefeller Township board of supervisors to determine whether or not the winery is allowed to hold concerts and events, including this weekend's Hot Air Balloon Festival.
MILTON — A Milton man allegedly got drunk and waved a pistol around at a family gathering at the Wynding Brook Golf Course in September, according to charges filed by state police.
SUNBURY — A senior judge ordered a Shamokin city council candidate accused of threatening a sitting councilwoman to provide a mental evaluation to the Northumberland County District Attorney’s Office.
MILTON — A Milton man, dressed in a black sweatshirt and mask, threatened people with a gun, according to charges filed by Milton Police Department. The man said he was searching for people who attacked him earlier, police reports state.
DANVILLE — The year’s Feed A Friend drive-through giveaway will be held Nov. 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Shiloh United Church of Christ, 512 Bloom St.
DANVILLE — The Good Samaritan Mission will hold an open house on Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. to celebrate the opening of its new building and 25 years of serving those in need.
DANVILLE — Three parents and two of Tina Bartholomew’s daughters Tuesday night disputed allegations she shared confidential survey documents, claims that apparently led the school board to terminate Bartholomew on Sept. 28 as assistant middle school cross country coach.
SUNBURY — Three Sunbury residents are recovering after being taken to Geisinger Medical Center following a dog attack on Julia Street and Susquehanna Avenue Tuesday evening, according to police.
SUNBURY — A Sunbury man allegedly sexually assaulted an 11-year-old girl while she was sleeping between June 2019 and February 2020, according to a criminal complaint filed by the state police.
More than 30,000 Pennsylvanians have died from COVID-19 after the state Department of Health registered 151 deaths and 3,898 new cases on Tuesday.
Concerts and entertainment at Spyglass Ridge Winery, including this weekend’s Hot Air Balloon Festival, are in jeopardy of being shut down after Rockefeller Township supervisors notified the owners they may be breaking a zoning ordinance.
A winning Cash 5 with Quick Cash lottery ticket worth $1.2 million was sold at a Milton convenience store on Friday, Pennsylvania Lottery officials said Tuesday.
DANVILLE — The coach fired at the Danville Area School Board’s Sept. 28 public meeting told the newspaper on Monday she was surprised by the firing.
DANVILLE — The Good Samaritan Mission will hold a Hygiene Program giveaway today, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the mission, 487 Ferry St., for Montour County residents.
HUMMELS WHARF — The congregation of h2church will have to find a temporary home for services while they await renovations at the former Bimbo Bakeries in Sunbury.
Rick Wible stopped in Northumberland to fill up his gas tank on Monday afternoon, making sure he topped off before gas prices went up even more.
SUNBURY — Incumbent Northumberland County Prothonotary Jamie Saleski faces political newcomer Jason Radel in the general election on Nov. 2.
Eighty-five percent of nursing homes in Pennsylvania have limited admissions due to staffing shortages since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and nearly 40 percent said they cannot afford to stay open and provide care over the next year, according to a survey by the Pennsylvania Health Car…
SUNBURY — Weis Markets has launched a six-week campaign in support of Paralyzed Veterans of America’s (PVA)— the nation’s only nonprofit organization dedicated solely to supporting veterans with spinal cord injuries, disorders, and diseases, like MS and ALS.
SUNBURY — Despite the pesky construction at the Northumberland County Courthouse, commissioners say it will be worth it in the end as the $4.3 million renovation project is on track and expected to be completed by summer.