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Weis settles discrimination suit out of court
Jason Allen, of Sunbury, accused the food market chain of discriminating in employee hiring and promotions. He contended he repeatedly had been passed over for promotion in favor of similarly situated or less qualified caucasians.
Back Down the Bloomsburg Fair Midway in 1985
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. -- The 163rd Bloomsburg Fair kicks off on Friday. It's one of the biggest events of the year in northeastern and central Pennsylvania.Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend.The fairgrounds and midway had a different look back in 1985 as we saw when Mike Stevens took a str
Maple Shade native Shawn Christy, sought in Trump threats, suspected in truck theft
U.S. Marshals, the FBI and the U.S. Secret Service have been searching for 27-year-old Shawn Christy of McAdoo, Pa., for more than two months. They say he has threatened to use “full lethal force on any law enforcement officer that tries to detain me.”
Across The Valley: Two killed in Juniata County crash
LEWISTOWN — Two people, including a 17-year-old driver, were killed in a one-vehicle crash in Juniata County early Sunday morning.
Charges filed against various individuals
The following is a round-up of recent charges filed by the Pennsylvania State Police at Milton:DUILIMESTONE TWP - Charges have been filed by Pennsylvania State Police at Milton against Sean Patrick Keegan, 32, of 31 N. Rock St., Shamokin, for driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled su
UPDATE: Best suit: Northumberland County majority commissioners violated open records law
The minority commissioner filed the lawsuit through her law partner, Timothy Bowers, against the two majority commissioners for allegedly violating the Sunshine Act, which requires that elected officials deliberate and take official action on agency business in an open and public meeting. Best speci
Driver ID'd in I-81 fatal crash, state police looking for witnesses
A 2012 Ford Taurus, driven by Tolomeo, was heading north when it struck the rear of a tractor-trailer, sending the car across the median and off the west berm of the southbound lanes.
Teen on motorcycle killed in suspected DUI crash
A 17-year-old boy riding motorcycle was killed Saturday night, in a crash caused by a man believed to be impaired, according to state police.
Fugitive sought in threats suspected in truck theft
HAZLETON, Pa. (AP) — Federal authorities suspect a man accused of having threatened President Donald Trump and other officials may have stolen a truck overnight from the same northeastern Pennsylvania business he is believed to have burglarized earlier this month.U.S. Marshals, the FBI and the U.S.
Sources: Missing Pennsylvania teen, potential kidnapper, found in West New York | Hudson County View
A missing Pennsylvania teen that state police believed “may be at risk of harm or injury” was found in West New York late last night, along with her potential kidnapper, sources told Hudson County View.
One dead after crash on I-81
The driver, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was pronounced dead at the scene. The northbound lanes were closed as police investigated.
Police seek man wanted for robbery, assault
Police said the crime occurred around 1:10 a.m. Aug. 31 at 1216 W. Norwegian St., where a 50-year-old Pottsville woman said Jason Matthew “H” Hill, 42, entered her apartment without permission and would not leave, saying he had friends coming to pick him up.
Leashed tracking dogs now legal in Pennsylvania for recovering bear, deer
LEESPORT — Andy Bensing never lost hope that sooner or later Pennsylvania legislators would do the right thing and allow the use of leashed tracking dogs to track and recover big game animals.Showing the patience that typifies a professional dog trainer, Bensing, who holds a Bachelor of Science degr
Luzerne County Restaurant Inspections: Sept. 9 through Sept. 15 | Times Leader
The following are recent Luzerne County restaurant inspection reports from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. According to the agency: “any inspection is a ‘snapshot’ of the day and time of the inspection. An inspection conducted on any given day may not be representative of the overall, lo
October county stops for Mobile Health bus
• Shamokin: Monday, Oct. 8, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., family health visits at Weis Markets, 339 W. Walnut St. Physician office visit fees apply. Call 570-473-0545 for appointments.
Pennsylvania beats New Jersey in first MMA Pro League event
Buy NowTim Williams of Millville, right, fights to a win over Dervin Lopez Aug. 9, 2014, at the Cage Fury Fighting Championships MMA event at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. He will take on former University of Alabama linebacker Eryk Anders Saturday.Press archives
Pennsylvania SPCA rescues 300 chicks in North Philadelphia
“After receiving calls from concerned citizens, our Humane Law Enforcement team responded quickly to the scene,” said Nicole Wilson, the PSPCA’s Director of Humane Law Enforcement. “There, we found hundreds of baby chicks had been left in an unsuitable empty lot across from a shopping center. The ow
Confused mayflies wreak havoc on a Pennsylvania bridge
Mayflies swarming a central Pennsylvania bridge over the Susquehanna River are a good thing, and a bad thing. Before the 1972 Clean Water Act, the river was too polluted to support the primitive aquatic insects. So their comeback is a sign that the water is healthier, says forensic entomologist John
Pennsylvania 'can't handle another drop,' but Hurricane Florence to bring 'days of rain'
As Hurricane Florencepummels the Carolinas with heavy rain, strong winds and flooding, Pennsylvanians are wondering what the tropical threat will bring to this state.
Police officers, nurse, hurt during Sunbury arrest
SUNBURY — Two city police officers, an emergency room nurse and a hospital security guard were injured during a Friday night brawl that left a city woman jailed and facing four aggravated assault charges, according to police.