DANVILLE — A nationwide need for blood donations brought out Danville residents to the East End Fire Company on Tuesday.
A Sunbury woman convicted of lying to police in the Arabella Parker case filed a motion for a new trial, claiming she should have had a change of venue because The Daily Item publicized her case, leading the public to believe she was guilty.
A homeless man already accused of killing women from McClure and Bloomsburg researched serial killers and took Michigan investigators on a tour of where he said he placed the body of a 21-year-old pregnant woman in 2005, according to Calhoun County officials.
LEWISBURG — A Mifflinburg man accused of burglarizing two Union County tow businesses and stealing police evidence from his own impounded vehicle saw additional charges filed against him Monday.
The East Buffalo Township Board of Supervisors extended its deadline by 30 days to reach a deal with neighboring Lewisburg Borough finalizing a joint agreement for the governance of the Buffalo Valley Regional Police Department.
NEWVILLE — A day after his two-run single tied the game, Lukas Shaffer pitched a two-hit shutout, while Ben Wertman and Callon Hommel each knocked in three runs as Mifflinburg knocked off Aston-Middletown, 13-0, in four innings on Monday in the winners bracket of the Pennsylvania Little Leag…
The developer for Bucknell University’s solar energy project in East Buffalo Township received a 90-day extension to record a land development plan.
A person diagnosed with Type I Diabetes would have likely had a death sentence before the discovery of insulin in 1921, according to endocrinologists at two Valley hospitals.
More than 400 COVID-19 patients are in Pennsylvania hospitals as of Monday, the first time in more than a month at least 400 patients were being treated for the novel coronavirus.
LEWISBURG — Contractors working at Hufnagle Park expect to divert water from Bull Run at the Saint Louis Street bridge by week’s end.
MIFFLINBURG — Due to a positive COVID test on the team, the Mifflinburg Major Division All-Star team was forced to leave the Eastern Regional Tournament on Sunday in Bristol, Conn.
BRISTOL, Conn. — There was a different atmosphere in the first round of the Little League Major Division Softball East Region Tournament than the other games the Mifflinburg All-Stars have played this year.
On Saturday, the state Department of Health (DOH) reported 583 new COVID-19 infections, the most since June 4.
LEWISBURG — East Buffalo Township Supervisors meet for a work session at 5:30 p.m. Monday. The meeting will be held in-person at the township municipal building, 589 Fairground Road. It will also be available online. Find registration information at www.ebtwp.org.
State and local police accuse a Mifflinburg man of breaking into two different towing businesses, stealing a computer and other items from one and smashing out the windows of his own impounded vehicle at the other and taking potential criminal evidence from inside.
New COVID-19 infections topped 500 for the fourth consecutive day on Friday. It was the first time since June 1-4 that the state had reported that many new cases.
WHITE DEER TOWNSHIP — State police arrested a New York City motorist following a rollover crash Wednesday near the White Deer Township municipal building in Union County.
The number of new COVID-19 cases continues to inch upward statewide along with the number of patients in Pennsylvania hospitals with symptoms of the coronavirus according to the state Department of Health.
Pennsylvania registered more than 500 new COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row on Wednesday and statewide hospitalizations topped 300 for the first time since early July.
Mifflinburg police filed attempted kidnapping and related charges against a Union County man accused of filming and trying to access a parked vehicle inside which two juvenile girls waited for their parents outside a grocery store.
Mifflinburg’s state championship softball team is going into prime time as it moves closer to a possible berth in the Little League World Series.
LEWISBURG — The Union County Commissioners agreed to sell 43 acres at Great Stream Commons business park to a Northumberland County manufacturing firm with plans to build a new plant and create an estimated 400 to 450 jobs.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health registered nearly 600 new COVID-19 cases over the previous two days as the number of patients hospitalized with symptoms of the novel coronavirus also continued to rise.
LEWISBURG — A Lewisburg resident chastised Union-Snyder County President Judge Michael T. Hudock Monday morning for an “irresponsible” jury selection process during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A state commission’s recipe for revamping transportation funding includes eliminating one key ingredient — the gasoline tax — increasing others such as vehicle registration and rental fees, and adding new ones like taxes for package delivery, miles driven, and Uber and Lyft rides.
The number of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 symptoms in Pennsylvania increased for the fourth day in a row on Saturday as the Department of Health registered another 398 new cases statewide.
In Pennsylvania, a minimum-wage worker would have to work 110 hours a week to afford a two-bedroom apartment at fair market prices according to the latest report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition.
Snyder County ranks 60th among the 67 Pennsylvania counties for residents who are fully or partially vaccinated for COVID-19, but positive cases of the disease in the county have been relatively few for the past two months.
LEWISBURG — Dozens of artists returned to Lewisburg’s sidewalks on a recent Friday evening, using concrete and chalk to create a variety of colorful pictures featuring fish, peacocks, rainbows, flowers, landscapes and more. Just about every color imaginable lined the street.
Pennsylvania Health officials announced another 415 cases on Friday, down 10 from Thursday's high, and the first time since early June with consecutive days with at least 400 new cases.
Valley schools are reporting a mixed bag when it comes to having enough bus drivers. Some have just enough, some are just short. Bus companies, as usual, are looking for all the help they can get.
Sixteen more Valley municipalities got American Rescue Plan funding on Thursday. This time, $1.5 million will be dispersed across the four Valley counties, bringing the total to close to $10 million from the American Rescue Plan Act’s (ARPA) Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds …