A Boy Scout bankruptcy case that brought forward more than 80,000 claims of alleged abuse nationwide includes more than 3,000 claims filed in Pennsylvania, reports generated by law firms involved in the case show.
MIFFLINBURG — For the better part of two months, Bob Delsite has been trying to set up a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for employees at Ritz-Craft and Rusty Rail in Mifflinburg. After the success of Friday’s clinic and the increased eligibility across Pennsylvania, Delsite is now eyeing a second c…
INDIANAPOLIS — The former employee who shot and killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis was interviewed by FBI agents last year, after his mother called police to say that her son might commit “suicide by cop,” the bureau said Friday.
After getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19, Montandon resident Teresa Meisinger has planned a trip to South Carolina at the end of April to see her son and grandchildren for the first time in more than a year.
HARRISBURG — The state Department of Health unveiled a plan Thursday to provide COVID-19 vaccines to nursing homes as the state revealed that less than 80 percent of nursing home residents and barely half of the staff in nursing homes have been vaccinated.
MILLVILLE — Although in-person camping was canceled this year at Camp Victory for the second year in a row due to COVID-19, the camp staff and volunteers are working hard to prepare virtual material for campers.
DANVILLE — Danville Area School District officials will use federal funds to address pandemic-induced “learning loss” with a summer school that will include outdoor activities, field trips and the arts, in addition to academics.
DANVILLE — Montour County Commissioner Ken Holdren took a few minutes at Tuesday morning's meeting to express a great concern over a resurgence of coronavirus cases in the county.
Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine will remain in limbo for a while longer after government health advisers declared Wednesday that they need more evidence to decide if a handful of unusual blood clots were linked to the shot — and if so, how big the risk really is.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate opened debate Wednesday on legislation confronting the rise of potential hate crimes against Asian Americans, a growing problem during the coronavirus crisis that will also test whether the chamber can push past partisanship on an issue important to many constituents.
SAVANNAH, Georgia (AP) — With coronavirus shots now in the arms of nearly half of American adults, the parts of the U.S. that are excelling and those that are struggling with vaccinations are starting to look like the nation’s political map: deeply divided between red and blue states.
DANVILLE — A 20-year-old from Danville, charged last year with having sex with two underage girls, pleaded guilty Monday in Montour County Court to statutory sexual assault and corruption of a minor.
“It dances like water in the stream, my dear friends, the water of April showers that bring the May flowers of your soul to life”
Today’s grandparents grew up in a town that was a “happening place” for kids and teens. In the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s, Danville’s young people had their pick of after-school stops for Coca-Colas or sweets all along Mill Street, first-run movies at the Capitol Theater, and dances every week at …
The state Department of Health reported 40 new COVID-19 related deaths on Saturday, marking the fifth consecutive day with at least 35 new deaths.
HARRISBURG -- Twenty-three of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties got funding from a non-profit organization largely funded by a donation from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to help cover the increased costs associated with running an election during a pandemic.
Pennsylvania reported 5,038 new COVID-19 infections in its mid-day report Friday, the most in six days, pushing the statewide total to 1,064,092. It was the third time in 11 days the state surpassed 5,000 new infections in a single day.
LOUISVILLE — A New Albany man said he feared for his life after being stopped by Louisville Metro Police Department officers Friday morning.
SELINSGROVE — In a world where nothing makes sense anymore, many people turn to a higher power. But what happens when heaven itself is trying to quell a rebellion?
COAL TOWNSHIP — A wide range of emotions will be on display this weekend when the Shamokin Area High School Music Department presents "Godspell."
DANVILLE — Geisinger Medical Center accepted "thank you" gifts of more than 3,300 goodies from students at Liberty Valley Intermediate School on Wednesday. The gifts were to show appreciation of front-line workers and support staff's efforts during the pandemic.
DANVILLE — District Judge Marvin Shrawder's office likely won't move into the Montour County Courthouse until June, after extra security revisions are completed.
DANVILLE — Five candidates, including an attorney who sued the Danville Area School District and its school board, are seeking nominations in the May 18 primaries to run for two four-year seats on the board. Three other candidates have filed nomination petitions to run for three two-year seats.
DANVILLE — The Thomas Beaver Free Library has served as the focal point of the community for years, even in this digital age.
SUNBURY — The Northumberland County Commissioners expect to receive $17 million from the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill passed by Congress in March.
HARRISBURG — Five female Republican state lawmakers have introduced a bill that would ban transgender students in Pennsylvania from playing women’s sports, the latest in a nationwide wave of legislation advocates say risks the health of trans children and adults.
With COVID-19 cases increasing across Pennsylvania even as more people become vaccinated, Department of Health officials said Tuesday the state isn’t doing enough testing.
RIVERSIDE — Riverside Borough Council members awarded a paving project contract to New Enterprise Stone and Lime, of Lewisburg, at Monday's board meeting.
Pennsylvania's Instant Check System (PICS) numbers continue to climb in Pennsylvania, setting a record for background checks in the first quarter of 2021, according to state police.
A Danville man faces a felony animal cruelty charge and a misdemeanor charge of simple assault after borough police said he broke the leg of a cat and struck a woman.
Geisinger awaits lab results to confirm the conclusion of its director of infectious diseases: That a more contagious variant of COVID-19 reached the Valley.
SUNBURY — State Rep. Lynda Schlegel Culver is recovering from a successful kidney transplant done last week at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore.
State Health officials reported 5,343 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday, the most since March 27 and the second most since Jan. 29.
All United States and Commonwealth flags on the Capitol Complex and Commonwealth facilities throughout the state are to be lowered to half-staff immediately, according to Gov. Tom Wolf.
COVID-19 mitigation restrictions loosen for Pennsylvania's restaurant industry starting Sunday as the number of state residents being vaccinated and new COVID cases both increase.
The Rev. Jason Clapper has led Grove Presbyterian Church in Danville for almost 20 months already, but he will lead his first in-person Easter service this weekend.
Danville native Tara Fritz Avery has wanted to join the medical profession since graduating high school in 2013 and, thanks to the Abigail Geisinger Scholars Program, will be able to return and work in her hometown.
Valley hospitals are continuing to administer COVID-19 vaccines to hundreds of eligible patients daily and expect to do so as more become eligible in the coming weeks.
DANVILLE — As of Tuesday, only 10 people in Montour County have applied for rental assistance, said Greg Molter, director of planning and human services.
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