May 13, 2016 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

Striking LM teachers say they'll stop picketing Monday, switch to community service

TREVORTON — A negotiating team of teachers said they are willing to do whatever it takes to move forward as Line Mountain teachers took to the picket line Thursday morning. More than 60 teachers gathered with signs to walk in front of Line Moun More...

Defendant disputes legality of home search in complex Vellner case

SUNBURY — Northumberland County President Judge Charles Saylor will render a decision soon on a motion to suppress evidence in a case involving a Kulpmont man charged with drug-related offenses in an incident at his home last year.  More...

Teen considers plea in attempted homicide

SUNBURY — A 16-year-old former Trevorton Road male charged with attempted criminal homicide in a Dec. 9, 2014, shooting incident in Zerbe Township is considering a plea agreement in the case.  More...

Grohowski remains free after bail revocation hearing

SUNBURY — Kazimir Craig “KC” Grohowski was relieved to remain a free man after Northumberland County President Judge Charles Saylor denied a motion Thursday afternoon by Senior Deputy Attorney General David Gorman to revoke the Mount Carmel man’s bai More...

Horse-drawn hearse carries funeral director

KULPMONT – Two friesian horses hitched to a light blue hearse built in 1903 stood majestically outside C.J. Lucas Funeral Home, the place where Virginia Lucas had comforted so many families.  More...

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