June 10, 2017 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

Hunt for remains intensifies

MILTON — A Pennsylvania State Police crime lab van arrived at 751 Mahoning St., Milton, for the first time on Friday morning as officers increased the perimeter around the property as the search for the possible remains of Barbara Miller intensified. More...

92 Southern grads go out to change the world

BLOOMSBURG — Southern Columbia Area Class of 2017 President Jessica Henrichs described graduation Friday at the Haas Center for the Arts on the campus of Bloomsburg University as the light at the end of the tunnel. More...

Footers done, block work to start at recreation project

COAL TOWNSHIP — In a matter of weeks, a muddy pit has transformed into the foundation of the new Arch Street recreation facility. Township Manager Rob Slaby said workers finished pouring the footers Wednesday morning and have moved on to install More...

Ames sale dispute still unresolved

SUNBURY — At the demand of a judge, two people who won the right to purchase the former Ames property along Route 61 in an online auction have added the company holding their deposit money to their lawsuit seeking to force the sale of the property.&n More...

15 face water shutoffs in Mount Carmel

MOUNT CARMEL — Borough officials condemned 15 homes after Aqua PA turned off water to the properties due to lack of water or sewer bill payments.  More...

47 MC properties cited for high grass

MOUNT CARMEL — In an effort to keep the borough looking tidy, Mount Carmel has mowed grass at 47 privately-owned properties. Citations will now be issued to the owners of these properties, and the borough will seek payment for the mowing service More...

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