Pennsylvania health officials registered fewer than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases for the first time in more than seven months on Monday and hospitalizations continued to drop across the state.
WEST MILTON — A red-brick two-story home at 321 Hoffman Boulevard, West Milton, Kelly Township caught fire late Monday afternoon, and completely gutted the inside of the residence.
Bucknell University retained a Philadelphia law firm to investigate the actions of 20 male students accused of attempting to break into an LGBTQ+ housing unit and harassing residents there Thursday.
As leaders in public and private businesses come to terms with the revised federal mandate regarding mask-wearing during the COVID-19 pandemic, changes are being announced throughout the Valley.
Election officials in three Valley counties say they will count hundreds of mail-in and absentee ballots and expect to have preliminary results of today’s municipal elections tonight. As they did in November, Montour County officials said Monday they will not count mail-in ballots until Wednesday.
Fully vaccinated parishioners at Catholic churches in the diocese of Harrisburg no longer need to wear masks in alignment with new local, state and federal guidelines.
Residents of Fran’s House called on Bucknell University to establish the property as the permanent residence of the LGBTQ+ community on campus and to hold students and Public Safety officers accountable following an attempted break-in and harassment of residents there last week.
MIFFLINBURG — Miranda Swartzlander counted among the dozens of vendors at the former Buggy Town Mercantile on Mifflinburg’s east side. Now, she owns the business.
Today’s Valley lawmakers expressed great respect for Franklin Kury, the former state legislator who championed the Environmental Rights Amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution that passed 50 years ago on May 18.
Franklin Kury said he never dreamed when he first ran for a state legislator in 1966 that he would be a champion of environmental rights. But it is what the Sunbury native is most well known for 50 years later.
Despite the lifting of the indoor mask requirement in most spaces in the U.S. for people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, many Valley businesses will continue to require face coverings.
All employees, volunteers, visitors and patients arriving for appointments and procedures at all Evangelical Community Hospital and Geisinger facilities will be required to wear a mask.
LEWISBURG — Bucknell University officials condemned a group of male students who tried to break into the school’s LGBTQ-friendly and gender-neutral residence during the late night hours of May 13 and school leaders have launched two investigations into the incident, including a review of the…
LEWISBURG — In-person commencement wasn’t in the cards for Bucknell University in 2020. Pandemic precautions moved the university to push commencement from May into July, and then it was pushed online altogether.
LEWISBURG — Bucknell University requires that all students be vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester, according to an announcement made Thursday.
MIFFLINBURG — The Mifflinburg Heritage and Revitalization Association seeks volunteers to help at its Spring Flight Festival and Blues Party on May 22.
Motorists should not panic or start hoarding gasoline after a major U.S. pipeline delivering millions of gallons of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel suffered a major cyberattack, according to industry experts.
Montour and Snyder counties are seeing moderate community spread of COVID-19 according to the Department of Health's early warning dashboard monitoring system.
ALTOONA — Sheetz announced Monday a $2 per hour wage increase for all of its 18,000 store employees, which will go into effect on May 21. This permanent increase equates to a $50 million annual investment and comes on the heels of the company’s $28.5 million investment in store employee wage…
LEWISBURG — Lewisburg Children’s Museum joins museums nationwide this summer in the Blue Star Museums initiative, a program that provides free admission to active U.S. military personnel and their families.
East Buffalo Township Supervisors adopted revisions to an existing ordinance governing non-permanent signs in order to conform with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling mandating political signs aren’t treated any differently from other types.
The national gas price average jumped six cents to $2.96 this week, according to an AAA report released Monday. This week’s average price in the Susquehanna Valley was $3.08.
Pennsylvania registered fewer than 1,100 new COVID cases on Monday and hospitalizations dropped below 1,800 for the first time since late February according to data from the state Department of Health.
MIFFLINBURG — Motorists are advised of lane restrictions on Route 45 between Forest Hill Road in Mifflinburg and Buffalo Creek Road in Buffalo Township, Union County, for road base repairs and patching.
ALLENWOOD — An inmate at FCI-Allenwood died Saturday following an altercation with another inmate, according to a press release from the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
The new traffic light at the intersection of Route 147 and Ridge Road in Point Township is set to be fully activated this week when paving on Ridge Road is wrapped as part of the Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway project.
LEWISBURG — Tabitha Geise, owner of The Purple Platypus in downtown Lewisburg, creates a life plan every 10 years and after finishing her latest, she was struck by how quickly she expects the next decade to pass by.
Pennsylvania's state health officials registered 1,376 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, the smallest one-day increase in 2021.
LEWISBURG — Bucknell Freeman College of Management Professor Thiago Serra, analytics and operations management, received a $174,847 National Science Foundation grant for a two-year study aimed to make neural networks smaller without affecting their performance.
MIFFLINBURG — The Herr Memorial Library invites artists of all ages and skill levels to submit their works for the library’s upcoming Online Artisan Auction.
MILTON — The National Guard and Regional Congregate Care Assistance Team (RCAT) that have been providing support to the Rockwell Retirement & Community Arts Center personal care home in Milton completed their on-site mission on Thursday, according to the Department of Human Services (DHS).