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The Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA’s reach expanded in 2021, even as the organization was limited with some of its programs for the second year in a row due to COVID-19.

SHAMOKIN DAM — Old Trail Mercantile antique shop in Shamokin Dam has closed its doors after less than a year.

MIDDLEBURG — A Port Trevorton man has declined the auditor position he was elected to in November after Snyder County District Attorney Michael Piecuch challenged his eligibility to serve in the role.

While a new report from the Department of Environment Protection says that a third of the state’s rivers and streams are impaired, there are some success stories in the Valley.

Some marchers held signs that read "I am the post-Roe generation," a statement that may never have been more true than it was at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Friday.

Many of the participants in the first Community Conversations series said they thought that the Valley was not very diverse, being primarily made up of a white demographic. United Way officials and data provided this week claimed it’s a matter of perspective.

The Department of Health recorded fewer than 20,000 cases for the first time since late December on Monday, but still recorded 15,744 cases, a total higher than the previous record set in December 2020 before the current surge.

When a lone gunman shot 10 young girls, killing five, inside an Amish one-room schoolhouse in Lancaster County on Oct. 2, 2006, before killing himself, a group of trained police peers was ready to help their colleagues who responded to the traumatic scene.

More than 17.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Pennsylvania over the past year and nearly three-quarters of all state residents 18 and older are fully vaccinated.

SELINSGROVE — State police at Selinsgrove are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in Penns Creek near the Green Bridge at Selinsgrove on Friday afternoon.

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