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HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that a new state law has changed the grading of certain offenses for driving under the influence (DUI), adding more stringent penalties for some violations.

In October, the Rev. D.C. Fortune, the pastor of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Susquehanna Valley, at 265 Point Township Drive, Northumberland, and church members led a sermon called “We Read Banned Books.”

SUNBURY — Participation and achievement data from the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA), Pennsylvania Alternate System of Assessment (PASA) and Keystone exams are now available.

The campaign to encourage shoppers to support small and locally owned businesses today, on this Small Business Saturday has never been more important than this year as the Valley’s small business owners navigate, retool and pivot from the effects of the pandemic.

The rebranded Here. For Good. campaign continues to offer a respite for Valley families during the holiday season and this year’s program promises more of the same.

He’s been Scott “The Printer” for 40 years, but in 1979, fresh out of the graphic arts program in Williamsport Area Community College, Scott Tanner thought his worries were over when he landed a position with a printing company.

An estimated 10 percent of Americans have a substance abuse disorder and only about 25 percent have been diagnosed, said Dr. Perry Meadows, medical director of government programs at Geisinger.