Gas prices across the Susquehanna Valley are stable this week at $3.229 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
Gas prices across the Susquehanna Valley are stable this week at $3.223 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
Gas prices across the Susquehanna Valley are 5 cents higher this week at $3.237 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
Gas prices across the Susquehanna Valley are two cents lower this week at $3.157 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
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WEIGH SCALES — Miller Gas & Oil has been providing dependable fuel delivery and heating and cooling needs to customers throughout Central Pennsylvania for more than 85 years.
SUNBURY — Is your vehicle in need of maintenance or repairs but can’t afford today’s high prices? Stop by and check out B&S Automotive. We’ve been in the automotive service and repair business for the past 15 years.
SHAMOKIN — CSP Office Equipment first opened in downtown Shamokin in 1961 servicing Remington typewriters. In the 1980’s we added Mita copiers to our brands offered. Since then Mita has evolved to become Kyocera Document Solutions which we continue to offer to this day.
SHAMOKIN — The idea for a coffee shop that allows dogs may not be intuitive to many in the coal region, but for owner Dan Montrose, he sees that as an opportunity to bring a slice of happiness to local dog and coffee lovers.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Silver and gold Reader’s Choice certificates decorate the walls of Renee Nicole’s Salon at 9105 Route 61, but if you want an honest opinion of the hair, nail, facial and eyelash lift and tint facility, talk to the customers.
SHAMOKIN — Termites, bed bugs and other insects stand no chance against the skilled technicians from Metro Pest Control Services.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Bloom Heating LLC is a local leader in providing affordable and reliable heating oil delivery, along with heating, and air conditioning maintenance and repairs. They are proud to serve the area for over 25 years. Located in the Tharptown section of Coal Township, the business…
ELYSBURG — At Tire Ranch Auto Service Center quality automotive service and repair is our number one priority.
SHAMOKIN — “Reliable and dependable” – that’s how owner Joe Carner describes his lawn care and tree trimming business. For the past four years, Reliable Lawncare and Tree Service has performed quality work in cleaning up and beautifying countless yards for homeowners.
SUNBURY — Zimmerman Motors continues to be a premier retailer of new and used Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram vehicles.
TREVORTON — From their mouth-watering pierogie pizza to the scrumptious buffalo chicken stromboli, Dals Pizza has been a staple of the coal region since 1993.
Derwin Seibel and his father, Leonard, plunged headfirst into a new business venture in 1999. In 2020, they purchased Twin Ponds Engine Service and have expanded the products sold to include Mahindra and, most recently, the American Landmaster brand.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Brian G. Persing Masonry Co. has been in business for the past 35 years. The company specializes in brick, block, concrete (sidewalks, floors, foundations, footers), tile and stonework.
MOUNT CARMEL — UNB Bank has been serving the needs of customers in eastcentral Pennsylvania for over 110 years.
SHAMOKIN — Leonard J. Lucas Funeral Home, Ltd. has been providing quality, affordable services to families in Shamokin and the surrounding area during their most pressing time of need for 102 years.
MOUNT CARMEL — Established in 2007, Realty World Molesevich and Associates, which includes owner Dennis Molesevich Jr., Lynn Kufta and Kelly Avellino, has over 55 years of combined real estate experience.
DANVILLE — As Mother’s Day nears, Merle Norman Cosmetics, at 498 Mill St. in Danville, and shop owner Kay Roth are ready for shoppers who want to find just the right gift for the matriarch of their family.
SHAMOKIN — Bressi and Martin Real Estate Inc., a family-owned business since 1985, has been a local leader in property sales in the area for years.
MOUNT CARMEL — Belski Community Pharmacy in Mount Carmel has been serving the community for over 50 years.
SELINSGROVE — Murray Motors, 430 N. Susquehanna Trail, has been a leader in auto sales in the Susquehanna Valley for more than 80 years, with its Chevrolet store celebrating its fifth year in business.
SHAMOKIN — ”Better prepared. More secure.”
MOWRY — If you enjoy gardening, Valley Nursery and Greenhouses has everything you need to be successful. Our business offers a little something for anyone interested in gardening and even a few items for those who aren’t.
COAL TOWNSHIP — At Disposal Management Services Inc. we provide guaranteed waste solutions. Our company makes every effort to provide our customers with the highest level of service at the best possible price.
PAXINOS — Great customer service is a main priority at Shamrock Concrete and Heating Oil, 129 Rose Road in Shamokin Township.
Since it was founded in 1997 as an outpatient provider of physical, occupational and aquatic therapy services, PRO Rehabilitation Services has become the leading provider of outpatient physical therapy services in northeastern Pennsylvania.
SHAMOKIN — Postage Plus, 52 S. Market St., is a one-stop shop for all your shipping supply and service needs, and a federally-licensed firearms dealer that buys, sells and transfers firearms.
SHAMOKIN — Len’s Automotive, 834 N. Sixth St., has continued to evolve to meet the demands of the automobile industry, but one thing that has not changed over the years is the personnel connection owner Leonard Slodysko and long-time employee Shelly Rebuck have with the community.
MOUNT CARMEL — Each day when owner Ben Singh opens the doors of his Mount Carmel One Stop Shop, he’s greeted by happy and appreciative customers with smiling faces, most of whom know him by name. Singh’s business has become one of the most popular in town.
SHAMOKIN — Here in the Eighth Street Entertainment District lies the wonderful cigar shop called Breaker Cigars.
MOUNT CARMEL — For nearly 20 years, April Rhoads has lent a helping hand to her neighbors, whether through her business, Notary Shop, or through the community organizations she supports, such as the Mount Carmel Borough Food Pantry.
HELFENSTEIN — What started as a hobby shared between father and son set the foundation for a successful business on the main road of a tiny East Cameron Township village surrounded by little more than rolling hills and farmland.
The family-owned car dealerships of W&L Subaru, 535 Point Township Drive, Northumberland, and W&L Nissan, 3819 N. Susquehanna Trail, Shamokin Dam, take pride in offering area customers quality service experience and a no-pressure sales environment.
COAL TOWNSHIP — As spring kicks into full gear Broc’s Produce owner Broc Stine continues to increase inventory of annuals, perennials and veggie plants for all of your planting needs.
SHAMOKIN — VNA Health System, 21 W. Independence St., has a wealth of information about ways to improve your health and well-being.
SHAMOKIN — From his efforts to feed students during the coronavirus pandemic to making the best homemade ice cream in the area, Ken Bethge has successfully continued the legacy of Maurer’s Dairy.
COAL TOWNSHIP — PA Waste opened in 2012 utilizing a 10,000-square-foot facility. The transfer station accepts municipal and residual waste and recycling from various third-party entities, waste hauling companies and local residents.
SUNBURY — Boasting a 75-acre farm that includes 15 acres of estate-owned vineyards, Spyglass Ridge Winery specializes in producing quality wines and providing an alluring atmosphere for customers.
SUNBURY — For more than 20 years, Augusta Water Inc. has offered area residents with the highest quality water sourced from a spring used by American Indians centuries ago.
COAL TOWNSHIP — B&K Carwash Inc Storage Facilities is located on a fully secured 5-acre facility with 24/7 video surveillance, a fully-automated gated entry system and features 90 self-storage units. Located at 100 Hakes Street, Coal Township.
TREVORTON — When Rob Smith opened Baits, Barrels & Bows 31 years ago, he was looking to fill a niche with a small-town sporting goods store that could offer specialized service and thrive in the region.
ELYSBURG — As Knoebels gears up for its April 24 opening day by prepping rides, planning menus and choosing merchandise, it’s also gearing up by assembling its team. Building upon the experience gained by going virtual last year, Knoebels is already hiring using an online application and int…
SHAMOKIN — Original Italian Pizza (OIP) and Restaurant, 150 E. Independence St., is a family-owned, family-oriented business that has been serving Shamokin, Coal Township and the surrounding area for 28 years.
MOUNT CARMEL — Catino Vino is a top stop for area residents looking to find a taste of Italy in the Mount Carmel area.
SUNBURY — Resources for senior citizens are hardly at a minimum in Northumberland County, thanks to the efforts of Northumberland County Area Agency on Aging Administrator Karen Leonovich and her staff.
SHAMOKIN — Financial Experts LLC at 131 E. Independence St. has been helping clients plan for a successful financial future for nearly 15 years.
MARION HEIGHTS — Star Inc. Physical Therapy and Fitness offers comprehensive physical therapy services delivered by top specialists in the field.
MOUNT CARMEL — The borough has changed quite a bit since Academy Sports Center opened 70 years ago, but the business in the heart of downtown continues to evolve to meet the interests of area residents.
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