June 15, 2017 RSS feed / Today's Top Stories

1,200 new names on city tax rolls

SHAMOKIN — Approximately 1,200 names were recently added to the city's tax rolls, but 57 percent of residents remain delinquent, according to city treasurer and tax collector Brenda Scandle.  More...

Banking on making a difference

MOUNT CARMEL — A Mount Carmel bank is providing the financial backbone for a program designed to keep students at Mount Carmel Area School District from going hungry on the weekends. UNB Bank gave an initial donation of $1,500 to the Tornado Bud More...

Ralpho Township property owner frustrated over neighboring property

ELYSBURG — Ralpho Township will be allocated approximately $70,000 in project funds from the community development block grant program for 2017. Linda Sterling, project coordinator of community development for SEDA-COG, conducted the first publi More...

Kulpmont seeking full-time police officer; council approves bridge permit spending

KULPMONT — In an effort to increase the police force in the borough, council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve the advertisement for a third full-time officer to join the department as well as raises for the two current officers.  More...

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