January 12, 2017 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

County aims to improve trauma treatment through training

BY SARAH DESANTISTHE NEWS-ITEMsarah_d@newsitem.comSHAMOKIN — A grant-funded program is educating county residents about identifying and communicating with people who have suffered from trauma. More...

Kulpmont landlords displeased with council

BY STEPHANIE BETTICK THE NEWS-ITEM stephanie_b@newsitem.com KULPMONT — Landlords upset over December's Borough Council vote to increase landlord rental fees from $50 to $120 showed up to express their frustrations during Tuesday's meet More...

Eagle project still happening, according to nonprofit group

SHAMOKIN — A project by a nonprofit group to restore and display a sandstone eagle once perched on the Eagle Silk Mill will continue when the weather breaks. More...

Southern Columbia hires new curriculum director

CATAWISSA R.R. — Southern Columbia Area announced at Monday’s school board meeting the hiring of a new director of curriculum and instruction for the district to replace Brenda Monick when she retires next month.  More...

DA warns of credit card scams

SUNBURY — Northumberland County District Attorney Tony Matulewicz issued a warning Wednesday to residents against calls offering credit card interest rate reductions. Matulewicz reminded residents that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has told More...

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