May 1, 2017 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

Shamokin native has been presented Bronze Star 70 years after it was awarded

HATFIELD — Thomas Lees, of Hatfield, a native of Shamokin, was presented the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service in ground combat during World War II on his 94th birthday, April 7 — 70 years after he was initially awarded the medal.Retired U.S. More...

Leschinskie discovers inspiration in Trump, confidence in himself

First of four stories of Shamokin mayoral candidates.SHAMOKIN – Joey Leschinskie has been an outspoken critic of City Council for more than a year, and he let it be known in his visits to public meetings that he was going to run for mayor in 2017. More...

Probe continues into infant's injuries

SHAMOKIN — An investigation is continuing into an April 22 incident involving an infant allegedly being injured at an apartment building in the first block of East Independence Street. More...

Snydertown man dies from a suspected heroin overdose

SUNBURY — Northumberland County Coroner James F. Kelley reported a 30-year-old Snydertown man died Saturday morning from a suspected heroin-related overdose.The coroner said the man was pronounced dead at 12:20 a.m. More...

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