Rita’s Italian Ice owner Jim Young is working longer hours due to the difficulty he’s faced staffing the Danville business he’s owned for five years.
Saturday marked the 10th consecutive day no Susquehanna Valley county residents died due to complications from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the state Department of Health.
The worker shortage affecting businesses in the Valley and nationwide cannot be attributed only to increased unemployment benefits, according to officials at PA CareerLink.
Pennsylvania hospitalizations due to COVID-19 decreased by 157 patients in the last four days, according to data included in Friday's midday report from the state Department of Health.
This week’s sudden deaths of a veteran Dauntless Hook & Ladder Co. fire police captain and a 25-year-old Hummels Wharf Fire Department volunteer have plunged the community into mourning.
A rising demand for at-home recreation during the COVID-19 pandemic combined with an August 2020 fire in Louisiana and February’s damaging storms in Texas are sinking the swimming pool industry this year.
Pennsylvania vaccinated 91,972 people against COVID-19 on Wednesday pushing the state total number of doses administered past 11 million, according to the Department of Health's Thursday report.
SELINSGROVE — Magisterial District Judge John Reed granted a continuance Wednesday to Myrle Miller, 76, of Winfield, who’s charged in Snyder County with illegal possession of a firearm.
Pennsylvania continued its streak of days with fewer than 500 new COVID-19 cases and dropped 60 more patients from its hospitalizations list, according to the Department of Health (DOH).
SUNBURY — If planning to buy a dozen chicken wings, renovate or build a home, or just wanting to order imported cheese or olive oil, consumers should spend money wisely because widespread shortages are here and more are on the way, according to Valley officials.
SUNBURY — Valley consumers looking to build a house or remodel one are having to dig deep into their pockets to pay contractors or to get supplies for their own projects.
COVID-19 community spread increased enough in Montour and Snyder counties last week to move them into the moderate transmission risk category of the state's Early Warning Monitoring System.
Tuesday the state reported 450 new infections of COVID-19, marking the fourth consecutive day with fewer than 500 new cases.
State Department of Health officials reported 297 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, the smallest increase since March 25, 2020, during the first month of the pandemic.
Students in the advertising art and design program at SUN Area Technical Institute adopted the Danville SPCA for their dress down day charity, according to a news release from the school.
The state Department of Health (DOH) reported 402 new COVID-19 infections on Sunday, the second consecutive day with fewer than 500 new cases.
Pennsylvania reported 488 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, the third time in seven days new infections were fewer than 500.
SUNBURY — Schools, child care centers and summer meal sites are encouraged to participate in the Pennsylvania Harvest of the Month Program and other programs with farms to provide fresh, locally grown food to students.
MIDDLEBURG — The Middleburg Municipal Authority informed residents that due to water system improvement project work, residents might experience low or no water pressure on June 9.
HARRISBURG — PennDOT extended the expiration date for apportioned vehicle registrations for Pennsylvania residents that were set to expire between May 31, 2021, and June 16, 2021, through June 16, 2021.
LEWISBURG — Evangelical Community Hospital is reducing its COVID-19 vaccine hotline hours, holding a walk-in vaccine clinic and closing its testing site on St. Mary Street in Lewisburg.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania increased for the third consecutive day on Friday, but the state registered fewer than 1,000 new cases for the seventh day in a row.
SUNBURY — Seven areas of study are expected at a new community college when it debuts in 2024, according to Susquehanna Valley Community Education Project (SVCEP) Executive Director Dr. Lenaire Ahlum.
The State Department of Health registered fewer than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases for the sixth consecutive day and 10th time in 12 days on Thursday while the number of COVID patients in hospitals in Pennsylvania dropped to rates not seen since last July.
SELINGROVE — The live performance of Faculty Lounge scheduled for Thursday night in Selinsgrove has been postponed due to the weather, organizers announced.
Scientists and naturalists are looking forward to hearing the high-pitched mating call of trillions of cicadas as they emerge from a 17-year underground slumber.
Only a quarter of the Valley’s boroughs, cities and townships grew over the past decade according to the 2020 municipal population estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
HARRISBURG — The COVID pandemic has impacted women workers more than men, as a lack of access to child care has made it harder for many women to re-enter the workforce, multiple experts said Wednesday.
HARRISBURG -- Republican lawmakers are reviving legislation that would require the Department of Health to allow coroners to investigate deaths in which the cause of death is suspected of being COVID-19 or another infectious disease.
Geisinger will host four COVID-19 vaccine walk-in vaccine events this week at its four vaccine centers across northeastern and central Pennsylvania, including on on Saturday in Danville.
Evangelical Community Hospital released updated visitation policies on Tuesday. All volunteers, visitors, and patients arriving for appointments and procedures at any Evangelical facility will still be required to wear a mask.
It’s been a hundred years since the Tulsa Massacre, but it’s only in the past 20-30 years that the scope of the massacre came to light — in books and textbooks written by Black historians, said three Valley educators.
LEWISBURG — Valley residents have the opportunity to comment through June 22 on a draft plan that prioritizes transportation investments in the region from now until 2045.
MIDDLEBURG — Despite a damp, rainy night, 160 Midd-West seniors beamed because they were graduating with the rest of their classmates in an almost normal situation inside the gymnasium Friday in front of their friends and family.