LEWISBURG — Truly Walters Zimmerman had several reasons for attending the Susquehanna Valley Youth Chorale concert on Sunday, one being her daughter.
LEWISBURG — Directors of the Lewisburg Area School Board are tasked to erase a $691,835 deficit as they begin to prepare for the 2020-21 school year budget.
A Union County man spray-painted bridge decks and railings, rocks and trees throughout Bald Eagle State Forest on at least three separate occasions, according to arrest papers.
Police officers forced open a basement door to a Mifflinburg home to check on the welfare of three elementary school-aged children whose mother put them to bed and left them alone, driving to a bar six miles away to drink whiskey and soda, according to arrest papers.
As the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump shifted into its public phase this week, supporters said the president’s base could become “enraged and engaged” by the televised spectacle. “This is all going to backfire on them,” Susquehanna University student Joe Berezwick said of…
LEWISBURG — Union County Commissioners declared the initial search for a new chief clerk a “failed” effort and are starting over as they seek to hire a top administrator for the county’s government.
LEWISBURG — East Buffalo Township received $225,000 from the state to revamp its 17-acre public park along Fairground Road next to the municipal building, according to a grant announcement Thursday from the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Complaints about equipment failure at the Central Susquehanna Regional 911 serving Snyder and Union counties are continuing several months after the system was consolidated.
LEWISBURG — Students at Kelly Elementary began work this week on a school-wide art project to create a mosaic depicting Lewisburg’s scenic riverscape, bridge and three-globe lamp.
Valley representatives will meet Thursday with several members of the state Attorney General's Office to discuss ongoing complaints of insurance fraud against the former owners of Wood-Mode Inc.
BLOOMSBURG — Bloomsburg University added a bachelor degree program for professional sales and marketing — the only one of its kind in Pennsylvania, according to a press release from the university.
A Maryland truck driver faces a $500 fine in connection with the Route 15 fatal crash that killed Selinsgrove resident John Wendt on July 9.
To honor its employees who have served in any branch of the U.S. Military, National Beef Packing Company is making a $50 donation in honor of each to Mission 22, an organization working to end veteran suicide through awareness and treatment.
MILTON — An unidentified male shooting victim was undergoing surgery at Geisinger Medical Center on Sunday night after he was gunned down on a Milton sidestreet late in the afternoon.
NEW YORK (AP) — There's something circular about Matt Vogel's career, which is perfectly appropriate for the star of an educational children's show.
NEW YORK — Fifty years ago Sunday, beloved entertainer Carol Burnett appeared on the very first broadcast of a quirky TV program that featured a bunch of furry puppets.
HUMMELS WHARF — For Khaalid Muhammad and Christopher Arnan, opening businesses at the Susquehanna Valley Mall is something they said was a “no brainer.”
Geisinger says equipment used in measuring donor breast milk to help premature infants with their nutritional needs is the source of a waterborne bacteria that infected eight infants — including three who later died — in the hospital's neonatal intensive care unit.
LEWISBURG — State Sen. Gene Yaw, R-23, encourages middle and high school students to share their ideas about how to support agriculture in Pennsylvania as part of the third annual “Talk To Your State Senator” statewide video competition.
Students at Linntown Intermediate School move mountains and dig valleys when studying geology, getting hands-on lessons that go beyond topographic mapping thanks to an augmented reality sandbox.
A Lewisburg man remains jailed on allegations he broke down a woman’s apartment door and punched and choked her while six juvenile children were inside the residence, according to arrest papers.
LEWISBURG — Elijah Farrell won election to Lewisburg Borough Council by a margin of six votes following a count of absentee ballots Wednesday, according to Union County election officials.
SUNBURY — A senior judge wants to know why the state Attorney General's Office doesn't want to test DNA evidence in the 30-year-old homicide case of Rickey Wolfe.
Official vote counts are due this week, but county election offices in three Valley counties have posted results after Tuesday's general election.
LEWISBURG — Roadwork to patch pavement on Route 15 North in Kelly Township, Union County, begins Thursday, according to PennDOT District 3-0.
A significant majority of Americans support paying collegiate athletes, but significant gaps break by political party, age and gender lines according to a new Bucknell Institute for Public Policy (BIPP) national survey.
LEWISBURG — Bucknell University President John Bravman announced in an email to staff Tuesday that the university is proposing to re-forest “a major portion of the sloping front lawn between Malesardi Quadrangle and Moore Avenue.”
LEWISBURG — Union County voters chose Preston Boop, Jeff Reber and Stacy Richards to govern as county commissioners beginning next year, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election.
LEWISBURG — Jim Knight defeated James Murphy to win a six-year term as East Buffalo Township supervisor, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election.
LEWISBURG — Elijah Farrell leads Rudy Mummey in the election for a Ward 4 representative on Lewisburg Borough Council, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election.
Susquehanna Valley polling sites, by county, for Tuesday’s General Election, according to county elections offices. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.MONTOUR COUNTY Anthony Township: Montour Preserve Visitors Center, 700 Preserve Road, Danville Cooper Township: Cooper Township Municipa…
A storm system originating in the Central Plains will bring the first snowfall of the season to the Valley late Thursday night said two meteorologists, on Monday.
Voters heading to the polls in two Valley counties Tuesday will use new voting machines, a year ahead of Gov. Tom Wolf's mandated upgrade to secure the state's polling stations before the 2020 presidential election.