August 16, 2017 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

Adjacent house sustains most of damage in collapse

SHAMOKIN — The second floor of a property that has been an eyesore in the 200 block of North Vine Street for approximately 30 years partially collapsed Tuesday morning, prompting city officials to have PPL cut power to the vacant house and order the More...

LM to squirrel away $1 million

MANDATA — The Line Mountain Board of Directors will forgo approximately $480,000 in savings over 18 years in exchange for peace of mind. After a lengthy discussion, directors voted 7-0 Tuesday against contributing $1 million from its fund balanc More...

Shamokin Area School Board hires multiple teachers

COAL TOWNSHIP — Shamokin Area School Board unanimously hired multiple teachers for the upcoming school year Tuesday night while accepting the resignations of several others. The school year will begin Tuesday, Sept. More...

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