May 28, 2017 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

Strong crowds fill fest

SHAMOKIN — Many vendors saw record-high sales at Saturday’s Anthracite Heritage Festival of the Arts. Jeanne Shaffer, festival organizer, said she had anticipated a strong crowd after she received several phone calls from out-of-town visitors se More...

Shamokin man imprisoned on Megan's Law violation

SHAMOKIN — A city man was incarcerated Friday afternoon after police said he failed to respond to repeated notifications to register as a Megan’s Law offender. Jaquin Velazquez, 62, of 156 E. Independence St., Apt. More...

Boy awake, alert, coach says

SHAMOKIN — The 10-year-old boy who was run over by a float in the Anthracite Heritage Festival of the Arts Parade Friday night is awake and alert, according to his coach. Leo Mirolli, president of the Cabrini Baseball Organization, said the boy, More...

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