October 23, 2015 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

COLORFUL KIDS

ABOVE: Members of “The Blazers” and “Almost Angels,” consisting of Our Lady or Lourdes Regional School students, pose for a photo prior to a powder puff game Thursday at Leo Mulhall Stadium. More...

Prison future remains topic for candidates

RIVERSIDE— Six men and one woman, each hopeful of being elected Northumberland County Commissioner in the unpcoming general election, debated a variety of issues Thursday night. More...

10 more blame financial loss on hearing aid center owner

SUNBURY— Tenmore victims have come forward claiming financial losses caused by Jerome Lucht, owner of Anvil Hearing Aid Center, 508-510 N. Shamokin St.  The 56-year-old businessman, who lives above the hearing aid center, was charged Oct. More...

Double the smiles

A smiling jack-o’-lantern cut-out sitting at a picnic table along Route 487 just outside of Knoebels Amusement Resort is reflected in Roaring Creek Wednesday.   More...

Chorus officers named

The Shamokin Area High School chorus has chosen its officers for the 2015-16 school year. More...

SAHS Bible club officers named

Shamokin Area High School Bible Club has elected its officers. They are, from left, Rebecca Wargo, president; Taylor Youells, vice president; Terri Rouse, secretary; Lauraleigh Pease, treasurer, and Kathy Marcheskie, advisor.   More...

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