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 101 years.
PAXINOS — Meadowview Christian Academy, 216 Tulip Road, has been providing a Bible-based education since 1973. At that time, a few local men had an idea to start a school that would teach the Bible, along with school academics. Because of the vision of these Christian men, Meadowview has bee…
COAL TOWNSHIP — Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School, which celebrated its 60th anniversary last year, has earned an outstanding reputation for producing quality, respectful, family and community-oriented students by providing a strong academic curriculum.
KULPMONT — Northeast Hearing Solutions, located at 963 Chestnut St., Kulpmont, serves residents throughout the area with one primary goal — providing the best hearing health care possible.
PRO Rehabilitation Services was founded in 1997 as an outpatient provider of physical, occupational and aquatic therapy services. PRO Rehab is a family-owned business, and you can feel that family atmosphere in each of the company’s clinics.
SHAMOKIN — Klacik & Associates, P.C., whose motto is “Big Enough to Serve, Small Enough to Care,” has been providing outstanding accounting services for many years.
ELYSBURG — For 94 years, guests have visited Knoebels to enjoy a family fun atmosphere. Team members from throughout our region help create this atmosphere, and it’s the time of year when Knoebels works to complete this team. This year is a little different, however, as job fairs have been r…
ELYSBURG — We have great progress to report for our 68th year of service to our local community and churches.
BRISTOW, Okla. — Epidemiologist Mark Brandenburg saw the threat months ago: The data coming out of China signaled that this could be “the pandemic we had feared for a long time.”
MOUNT CARMEL — Belski Community Pharmacy in Mount Carmel has been serving the community for over 50 years.
MARION HEIGHTS — Star Inc. Physical Therapy and Fitness offers comprehensive physical therapy services delivered by top specialists in the field.
PAXINOS — For the last 28 years, Dan Shingara Enterprises Inc. has been offering services that cover areas such as demolition, excavating, hauling, liquid and solid waste removal, supplying landscaping and commercial materials, septic, asphalt paving and dumpster rentals.
DANVILLE — George Farms, 33 Pottsgrove Road, has been a staple in the rural countryside outside Danville for 75 years. It began when a 14-year-old boy hefted the burden of providing for his family after his father died.
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.
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.
SUNBURY — Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center at Sunbury Motor Co., 493 N. Fourth St., has garnered a loyal customer base in the coal region since opening in 2005.
SUNBURY — Sunbury Animal Hospital offers full-service veterinary care to creatures great and small 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
SUNBURY — Last year, Zimmerman Motors celebrated its 130th year in business. In its earliest years, the company started out selling 1-horsepower custom-built sleighs.
MOUNT CARMEL — Vine Street Sandwich Shop has had the pleasure of serving the great people of Mount Carmel area for 34 years.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Brian G. Persing Masonry Co. has been in business for the past 34 years. The company specializes in brick, block, concrete (sidewalks, floors, foundations, footers), tile and stonework.
STONINGTON — New things are happening at Paul’s HVAC, which is currently transitioning from its former location in Coal Township to the former state police barracks along Route 61 in Stonington, can handle all your heating, cooling and plumbing needs.
MOUNT CARMEL — Scicchitano ACE Hardware, 27 N. Oak St., has been a one-stop ACE retailer destination for 53 years.
MOUNT CARMEL — “Where you become family.”
COAL TOWNSHIP — Full Service 122 LLC, which opened for business in August 2017 along Route 61, offers a state-of-the-art gas station and convenience store.
SHAMOKIN — Heitzman’s Radiator, Glass and Parts Inc. has been in business for 85 years, offering its customers expert knowledge with reliable automotive service, glass and radiator repair work.
SHAMOKIN — Bressi and Martin Real Estate, a family-owned business for the past 34 years, has been a local leader in property sales.
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.
SEATTLE — Amazon has added a new measure to try to triage its flood of orders and shortage of goods during the coronavirus pandemic: prioritizing its $119-a-year Prime members.
The average price for gasoline across the Susquehanna Valley is 5 cents cheaper this week at $2.740 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
ELYSBURG — Great Dane, a manufacturer of 53-foot dry van trailers, announces the promotion of Lorena Kutza-Porzi to the position of materials manager. She joined the Great Dane team in July 2015 and has been a great asset to the company.
Oil prices and U.S. stock futures whipsawed overnight after Iran fired on Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops, but markets quickly rebounded after there were no reports of casualties and President Donald Trump addressed the nation.
PORT CLINTON — Reading & Northern Railroad (R&N) had another banner year, breaking previous records for carloadings, freight revenue and excursion ticket sales.
Some of the world’s largest chocolate companies are acknowledging widespread child labor on cocoa farms and calling for regulations to discourage the practice, particularly in West Africa, the source of most of the global supply.
Coffee’s stunning rally in late 2019 took many traders and analysts by surprise, creating tension over where prices go from here.
Americans’ spending picked up in November and income gains topped projections, offering hope for a solid holiday-shopping season and indicating household consumption will continue to be the economy’s main driver at year-end.
Ulta Beauty is on pace to close out the decade as the top performing stock in the S&P 500 Retailing Index, beating out Amazon.com.
U.S. equities finished the week at a record high as investors counted down to the holiday break. The dollar and 10-year Treasuries gained.
A group of four fired Google engineers filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board on Thursday alleging the company retaliated against them for their activism around possibly forming a union.
On Thanksgiving Day morning, an Oklahoma police officer decided to do something nice for the emergency dispatchers working the holiday shift with him. And so he drove to his local Starbucks and ordered them all drinks.
A buyout frenzy is taking hold of boardrooms from Tokyo to San Francisco, and it’s adding fuel to a record-breaking rally across the world’s major stock markets.
The average price for gasoline across the Susquehanna Valley held steady this week at $2.763 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
More than 55 million travelers are making plans to kick off the holiday season with a trip of 50 miles or more away from home this Thanksgiving. This will be the second-highest Thanksgiving travel volume since AAA began tracking in 2000, trailing only the record set in 2005.
Facebook removed tens of millions of user posts in the past six months for violating its terms of service regarding child pornography, drug sales and terrorism. Millions more were removed from Instagram.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Justice Department’s top antitrust enforcer warned tech giants on Friday that amassing vast quantities of consumers’ data could create competition concerns in the eyes of federal regulators, marking the U.S. government’s latest shot across the bow at Silicon Valley.
The average price for gasoline across the Susquehanna Valley is 4 cents higher this week at $2.813 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
Amtrak’s chronic delays across its national network create a multimillion dollar problem.
WEST MAHANOY — Clearly Clean Products LLC, a recyclable food tray manufacturer, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday to officially open its newly purchased 80,000-square-foot plant.
The U.S. economy added a modest 136,000 jobs in September, sending the unemployment rate to a nearly 50-year low, a mixed bag that some economists said was more evidence that the country could be headed for a slowdown.
Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said that a trade deal with the U.S. is “not that easy,” but trade ministers from both sides were trying to iron out their differences.
WASHINGTON — House lawmakers are ratcheting up pressure on Facebook in an attempt to force chief executive Mark Zuckerberg to testify in the coming months about his company’s plans to launch the Libra cryptocurrency.
ALTOONA — Sheetz on Wednesday announced nearly all of its employees will experience an increase in wages or have already received a raise within the last year.
Senior citizens who try to fill prescriptions have them rejected at the pharmacy counter millions of times each year because their doctors either don’t, or are unable to, check whether a patient’s Medicare plan covers a particular drug.
Purdue Pharma, manufacturer of blockbuster painkiller OxyContin, has reached a tentative settlement with 22 state attorneys general and more than 2,000 cities and counties that sued the company over its role in the opioid crisis of the past two decades, people close to the deal said Wednesday.
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- Illuminated cross to give hope during COVID-19 times
- DA: Pandemic causing massive backlog in criminal cases
- Disaster declared in Northumberland County
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- 108 new coronavirus cases reported in Pa.; none in Northumberland County
- COVID-19 case confirmed at MI Windows and Doors; business to remain in operation