Singer, musician, composer and teacher Jen Wagner developed a passion for all aspects of music during her time in the Lewisburg Area School District and as a member of the Susquehanna Valley Chorale's Children's Choir. Now a teacher at the Milton Hershey School, she led a group of students in song at the White House and more recently composed a piece performed by students from various schools in a video that has gone viral online.

Jennifer Polinchock unpacked her belongings Wednesday and introduced herself to the central office staff at Lewisburg Area School District as she settled into her new office on her first day as superintendent.

SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korea is considering including religious facilities on the same list with nightclubs, hostess bars and karaoke rooms as “high risk” venues for the spread of COVID-19 following a slew of transmissions tied to church gatherings.

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.

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania dropped for the second day in a row on Monday when the state Department of Health announced 492 additional cases statewide.

Hours might pass, a full day even, before the young men who organized If Not Us, Then Who? say they’d run out of stories to tell about racism they’ve encountered in the Central Susquehanna Valley.

Regina Russell, 69, needed a change. She grew up and was raised in Harlem, the South Bronx, and Queens, N.Y., after which she moved to Washington, D.C. "In the District, I was involved in local politics and the and truth is, by 2006 I was burned out."

ELYSBURG — Knoebels Amusement Resort will open for the first time this season on Wednesday after delaying its 94th season by nearly nine weeks due to COVID-19. 

Lewisburg’s annual veterans parade is canceled as a precaution against the coronavirus but there are loosely laid plans for a popup parade Saturday morning in the downtown.

HARRISBURG -- Both chambers of the General Assembly unanimously passed police reform bills on Wednesday, spurred by Black Lives Matter protests across the country and across the state.

While many historians and military experts call the Korean War the “Forgotten War” — sandwiched between World War II and Vietnam — Tom Reimensnyder will always remember. He remembers the cold and the snow and injuries that kept him from playing football when he returned home.

An East Buffalo Township man who returned fire at a drive-by shooter near Lewisburg is charged by police for shooting into three homes and a vehicle during the incident, according to court documents.

MIFFLINBURG — About a dozen experienced bicyclists fastened their helmets, pedaled out of Mifflinburg Community Park and were eager to take on a 47-mile ride Saturday as part of the local Rotary District 7360’s Pedals Out Polio fundraiser.

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