Heidi Schwarz-Hosler was hesitant to continue substitute teaching at the beginning of the current school year, having concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Daily Item special report features stories and video interviews with 10 Black Central Pennsylvania residents. They share their stories about living and working here.
This week, Daily Item reporters talked multiple Valley restaurant owners and operators to get a sense of what the past two months have been like and what they have planned for the future.
A wind storm swept through Milton from the northeast as steam whistles cast a panicked call for help at Milton Car Works where fire ignited the carpentry shop roof 140 years ago.
Since spring 2018, The Daily Item and CNHI newspapers have been taking an ongoing look at voter opinions, concerns and projections in scores of communities.
The Daily Item will recognize people who have Made a Difference in the Valley in 2019 this week. These individuals have been nominated by others who wanted to highlight the impact they have had on the region.
Editor's note: This story was updated from an earlier version to reflect that a woman who received a protection from abuse order against Jahrid Burgess was 2 months pregnant at the time.
Medical marijuana, though still in its infancy in Pennsylvania, has become a $350 million industry since the first dispensary opened in February 2018. Stakeholders are many, from growers and processors to doctors, dispensaries, patients and law enforcement. Today, CNHI newsrooms in Pennsylva…
Editor’s Note: This is one of an occasional series of stories detailing what life is like on a typical day in various parts of the Susquehanna Valley:
Editor’s note: This is one of an occasional series of stories detailing what life is like on a typical day in various parts of the Susquehanna Valley.