November 4, 2016 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

No tax increase for 2017

COAL TOWNSHIP — Coal Township commissioners unanimously adopted a $3.1 million tentative budget for 2017 Thursday night that calls for no tax increase. Voting to approve the spending plan were Commissioners Craig Fetterman, George Zalar, Bernie More...

Community puts bite behind benefit's bark

MOUNT CARMEL — Dog “parents” who spoil their fur babies every day with treats can spoil themselves at Mommy & Me Rescue’s Barkin’ Beer Dinner, 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. More...

Masser says fight against blight, opioids goes on; jobs still focus

Republican Kurt Masser believes he’s been part of a change of culture in Harrisburg. Leadership in the GOP in particular has led the way to legislative reform, he says, virtually eliminating use of state-supplied vehicles for representatives and More...

Krankowski wants to help 'dying' towns, boost funding for schools

The Democratic candidate for the 107th Legislative District is calling for more funding for education and other local needs that he says have been ignored by incumbent Republican Kurt Masser and the Republican Party at large in Harrisburg, at the exp More...

Pair charged following daylight burglary, chase

SUNBURY — Sunbury police say they apprehended two suspects after a foot chase that began when they interrupted a burglary. Franklin Girard Deibler Jr., 33, of 749 Susquehanna Ave., Sunbury, and Alexandria Morton, 24, of 941 Point Township Drive, More...

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