October 1, 2016 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

Large crowd attends retired teacher's show

SHAMOKIN — The artwork of a retired teacher attracted one of the largest crowds to attend a show at the Northumberland County Council for the Arts Fine Art Gallery.  More...

Defendant in baby assault seeks release

SUNBURY — A Shamokin man who stands accused of critically injuring a baby will seek release while awaiting the release of key medical records. Michael Jordan Mason, 22, has been incarcerated since the Sept. More...

Shamokin woman charged with operating meth lab released from jail

SUNBURY — A Shamokin woman charged with operating a meth lab at her apartment that was later destroyed by fire is free today after being sentenced to time served Thursday.  More...

Hare's trial continued again

SUNBURY — The involuntary manslaughter trial tentatively scheduled this month for 60-year-old Victor Hare III has been continued until at least January to allow his new attorney more time to become acclimated with the case.  More...

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