RIVERSIDE — In the words of Porky the Pig, “Th-th-that’s all, folks.”
LEWISBURG — Demetrio Rodriguez choked back emotion as he spoke about becoming sober later in life during his graduation Wednesday from the Union-Snyder Treatment Court.
LEWISBURG — The Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA celebrated staff, volunteers and the communities it serves in person Tuesday night for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some schools canceled classes before snow started to fall, winter sports games are moved back and restrictions are going into place on Valley highways ahead of the expected largest winter blast of the season.
MILTON — A property tax increase is on the table for next year’s budget for residents of Northumberland County in the Milton Area School District while those in Union County may see a decrease in property taxes.
Gas prices across the Susquehanna Valley rose six cents this week to an average of $3.70 per gallon, according to a AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report released Monday. One year ago this week, the average price for a gallon was $3.48.
LEWISBURG — All IRS and PA tax forms and schedules can be downloaded and printed at any of the three Union County libraries: Herr Memorial Library in Mifflinburg, the Public Library for Union County in Lewisburg and the West End Library in Laurelton.
TURBOT TOWNSHIP — A Lewisburg man was arrested following an investigation into the theft of more than $1,600 worth of tools from a garage in Turbot Township.
Last May, when the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling was leaked, Susquehanna University students sprang into action to console others by leaving carnations and reassuring notes across campus.
MILTON — More than 150 musicians from six Valley school districts spent the final two days of their school week rehearsing as an ensemble to prepare for tonight’s show at the Milton Area High School.
SUNBURY — All four Valley counties are still registering medium levels of COVID-19, data show and no counties in Pennsylvania have high levels for the second week in a row. Montour, Northumberland, Snyder and Union counties have had medium levels of transmission for the nearly three months, …
MIFFLINBURG — Herr Memorial Library is partnering with Mr. Sticky’s to bring you delicious sticky buns. The library is taking orders now through Feb 11. The cost is $5 for one sticky bun, $20 for a half dozen sticky buns or $38 for one dozen sticky buns.
Snyder County Board Chairman Joe Kantz is among a roster of speakers at next week’s meeting of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP).
MCALISTERVILLE — The Seger Family is carrying on a family legacy of music ministry. Jamie and Kerry Seger, former member of Kerry’s family’s group “The Kerstetter Family,” can now be found singing alongside their two children, with their signature southern/country/bluegrass gospel music sound.
MIFFLINBURG — Rock music in the 50s, 60s and 70s? The songs defined each decade and helped shape the people living through them, and they can be enjoyed in one awesome evening.
The Uptown Music Collective and UPMC will present Friends in Low Places: The Music of Garth Brooks & The Women of ‘90s Country at the Community Arts Center in Williamsport on Jan. 28. The performance will feature the music of country music icon Garth Brooks, alongside the ground-breaking…
Geisinger is seeing a big increase in viral infections that started in September with kids. and while that number has leveled off, the adult population has been hit harder with the surge now, said Dr. Stanley Martin, Geisinger director of infectious diseases.
POINT TOWNSHIP — Fans of the Point Drive-In Theatre will be happy to know the popular summer spot will remain open through the 2023 season, according to a social media post made by the owners.
NORTHUMBERLAND — A good man, a good musician and a good friend. That’s how friends and colleagues describe the late Scott Bachman, a local musician whose heart and encouraging nature helped others learn and grow their talents throughout decades.
Martin Luther King’s messages on civil rights, activism, and equal justice still resonates today, said Bucknell and Susquehanna universities staff members involved in diversity and equity.
Sixty-five years ago in April, Miami, Fla., resident Merrett Stierheim, 89, had the unforgettable honor of hearing the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. speak at Bucknell University.
SUNBURY — A state broadband authority will challenge approximately 35,000 locations on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) National Broadband map.
SUNBURY — All four Valley counties are still registering medium levels of COVID-19, data show and no counties in Pennsylvania have high levels. Montour, Northumberland, Snyder and Union counties have had medium levels of transmission for the last two months, according to the state Department…
Workers are clearing trees as construction progresses on the southern section of the $900 million Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation (CSVT) project.
In January, February and March, Penn State Extension will offer workshops in several locations around the state aimed at reviewing crop production in 2022 and planning for the 2023 season. Participants can learn about the newest innovations for the coming season, earn pesticide applicator re…
Meat-goat producers looking for information on how to make their livestock enterprise more profitable can take advantage of a home-study course offered by Penn State Extension this winter.
A $685,000 state grant to East Buffalo Township will cover the rest of the purchase price of 79 acres of land to be reestablished as public parks and outdoor space in Union County.
LEWISBURG — At the end of what had been a productive hour-long Lewisburg School Board meeting on Thursday night that focused on facility improvements and safety, a resident, Jewel Johnson, told board members about how her older child, a senior, had been bullied to the extent that he had been…
LEWISBURG — The League of Women Voters of the Lewisburg Area’s Educational Forum series will host Christi Buker, executive director of the Pennsylvania Library Association on Tuesday. Her talk, “Libraries, Books, Bans and Censorship in Pennsylvania” will focus on understanding the background…
LEWISBURG — Since 2011, Stories on Tap has created numerous opportunities for Susquehanna Valley residents and visitors to share their stories, with the goal of strengthening community.
LEWISBURG — “Saturday Night Fever.” “Dirty Dancing.” “Flashdance” … the 80s have been alive and jumpin’ the past few weeks at The Campus Theatre, and they’re ready to culminate in a celebration of the decade that brought us yuppies, blockbuster movies and MTV.
SELINSGROVE — Jessica Amon enrolled in Geisinger's new Culinary Medicine class and found it was a fun, interactive way to learn how to prepare nutritious meals and make "small recipe adjustments" to improve her health.