LOCUST TOWNSHIP — A 21-year-old Locust Township man is charged with attempted homicide after allegedly shooting at his sister's fiance, who was in a vehicle attempting to leave their residence at 158 Gas Well Road.
SHAMOKIN — Today is the first time since the coronavirus pandemic struck that ATVs will be allowed to travel city streets again.
MOUNT CARMEL — Students in Mount Carmel Area School District will return to school Monday, Aug. 24, with a “transitional-hybrid” model in place for the first week.
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HARRISBURG — After several days of surging numbers, confirmed new cases of COVID-19 slowed Friday based on data released by the state Department of Health. However, two more deaths were reported in Northumberland County.
MOUNT CARMEL TOWNSHIP — A Catawissa man has been charged with stealing more than $4,000 worth of drugs over a three-month period while he was employed as a pharmacist at CVS Pharmacy along Locust Gap Highway.
SUNBURY — A Shamokin woman accused of punching Magisterial District Judge John Gembic III in the face and backing her Jeep into his truck was sentenced Thursday morning to serve five years of supervised probation with the first 90 days on house arrest for a misdemeanor of driving under the i…
SUNBURY — Northumberland County Correctional Officer Holly Olvany, who was suspended without pay after being charged with multiple offenses involving incidents at the county jail last year, was found not guilty Wednesday afternoon of a summary offense of careless driving, which was the lone …
COAL TOWNSHIP — In 12 days, students of the Northumberland County Career and Technology Center (NCCTC) will report to class in person, according to the Health and Safety Plan that the joint operating committee approved Wednesday night.
SUNBURY — Jury selection and trial dates were set Wednesday morning for two of Michael James Robinson’s criminal cases involving charges of impersonating a public servant and disorderly conduct.
SHAMOKIN — Five people have been charged by Patrolman Tyler Bischof in connection with an Aug. 3 fight in the first block of South Franklin Street.
SHAMOKIN — Cpl. Bryan Primerano has issued five public nuisance citations against property owners for failing to address code violations. They are:
THARPTOWN — A Coal Township woman was confined to her overturned vehicle for 30 minutes as a result of a two-vehicle crash at 2:26 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Route 61 and 16th Street.
COAL TOWNSHIP — A Coal Township man has been charged with assaulting two policemen and ripping the shirt of another officer during a July 26 scuffle at his home.
ELYSBURG — The Ralpho Township Board of Supervisors will purchase a new Ford F-150 Police Intercepter to replace a 2018 Ford Explorer totaled in a two-vehicle crash on July 26.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Commissioners here met Tuesday afternoon for a special meeting during which they adopted a resolution to apply for funding to replace a bridge.
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LEWISBURG — An increased rate of testing for COVID and other viruses was part of a discussion Tuesday with Evangelical Community Hospital (ECH) officials and Congressman Fred Keller (R-Pa. 12).
SHAMOKIN — A 27-year-old Mount Carmel woman charged with homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) waived her right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday in a case involving about 10,000 pages of medical records.
SHAMOKIN — Shamokin City Council passed the first reading of its amended off-highway vehicle (OHV) ordinance, which now would allow permitted ATV, UTV and dirt bike riders to enter the city on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at no cost.
SHAMOKIN — Six residents of 212 S. Shamokin St. are incarcerated after being charged by state police with multiple drug and firearms offenses relating to a bust at their home Thursday.
UPPER AUGUSTA TOWNSHIP — A Sunbury area man is jailed on attempted homicide charges after allegedly shooting his girlfriend’s father in the foot late Saturday night at his Upper Augusta Township home.
TREVORTON — The Zerbe Township supervisors considered three use of property requests during their meeting Monday and approved one.
LEWISBURG — Challenges to downtown Lewisburg businesses continued in July even as steps to resolve those challenges continued.
SHAMOKIN — The Shamokin-Coal Township Public Library announces memorials placed during the month of July.
The average price for gasoline across the Susquehanna Valley jumped up seven cents this week to $2.429 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
MILTON — As the first day of school approaches, teachers typically spend some time bringing items into their classrooms in preparation for the new year. At the Milton Middle School, the opposite is occurring this year as teachers are removing some items from their classrooms.
SUNBURY — The following defendants were sentenced in Northumberland County Court of Common Pleas:
SHAMOKIN — The Shamokin-Coal Township Public Library announces its book list for July and August.
MOUNT CARMEL — A knocked over tart burner is the cause of an accidental fire early Sunday at 514 E. Fifth St., according to First Assistant Chief John Janolek Sr.
SHAMOKIN — A grand opening celebration for Bamse Coffee inside the former Holy Trinity Episcopal Church along Lincoln Street will be held Saturday and Sunday from 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
MOUNT CARMEL — The roof of a fire-damaged apartment building collapsed at 3:45 p.m. Sunday, causing an electrical service line to fall across North Maple Street.
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS — A Shenandoah man is facing multiple charges for allegedly striking a Donaldson man walking along Route 61 in Schuylkill County and fleeing the scene Saturday night.
MOUNT CARMEL — A male juvenile suffered burns in a house fire at 514 E. Fifth St. early Sunday.
MOUNT CARMEL — It’s only a small community, but the residents of the borough demonstrated that its heart is very big during a special event Friday morning that honored the men in blue.
ELYSBURG — Knoebels Amusement Resort is planning a Joy Through the Grove event that will feature 15 miles of string lights hung throughout the park’s main boulevard and campground.
POINT TOWNSHIP — Point Drive-In co-owner David Renn believes a tornado destroyed one of three movie screens at the facility Friday morning.
ELYSBURG — Organizers of the annual All Home Days celebration, Elysburg’s biggest community celebration each year, announced late Thursday they would not be holding the three-day gathering in 2020 due to coronavirus.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Fred Keller (R-12) announced that the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has awarded Lock Haven University, Susquehanna University and Mansfield University TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) grants that will provide students with opportunities for academic development.
MILTON — The Milton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center now has 18 cases of COVID-19 among its residents, according to an announcement on the facility's website.
SUNBURY — Northumberland County nonprofits, municipalities and small businesses may apply for a portion of the $8.2 million grant the county received to assist with COVID-19 expenses.
SHAMOKIN — Shamokin Code Enforcement Officer Christopher White, who held the position for less than a year, has been fired.
SHAMOKIN TOWNSHIP — A 31-year-old Mount Carmel man has been charged with stealing a total of 96 golf clubs and golf club grips and $400 in cash from Indian Hills Golf Club on Sunday morning.
- Male juvenile suffers burns in early morning house fire in Mount Carmel
- Six charged by state police in Shamokin Street drug bust
- Woman confined to overturned vehicle for 30 minutes
- Marian L. Weikel
- Pharmacist charged with stealing drugs
- Roof of fire-damaged apartment building in Mount Carmel collapses
- Coal Township man charged with assaulting two police officers during scuffle
- Judge finds Olvany not guilty of summary offense
- Steven Asa Orme
- City code enforcement officer fired