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Poorman wants state court to rule against city

He went to court with a set of complaints about the way city government goes about its business here. His complaints went before Clinton County Judge Michael F. Salisbury this summer, and the judge dismissed them on Aug. 14. Poorman asked the court to reconsider on Aug. 24 but his request was denied

LOCKHAVEN EXPRESS - 2017-09-22 07:00:00

Fire in Piatt Township leaves 2 homeless

IOANNIS PASHAKIS/Sun-Gazette Area firefighters put out flames at a duplex on Diesel Drive in Piatt Township. Only one of the apartments was occupied. A house fire on Diesel Drive in Piatt Township on Thursday left those leasing the half-double without a home and may have taken the lives of their two

WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE - 2017-09-22 07:00:00

LHU's outlook is a positive one

He spoke at the Clinton County Economic Partnership's annual meeting about the recent study of the 14 state universities commissioned by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE). The study considered how the universities can modernize and become more efficient and more effective, h

LOCKHAVEN EXPRESS - 2017-09-21 07:00:00

Community invited to LHU Homecoming celebration

A downtown block party is slated to kick off Friday at 6 p.m. for Lock Haven University's homecoming celebration. Food, a pep rally, activities and more are planned. PHOTO PROVIDED LOCK HAVEN - Starting at 6 p.m. Friday, Water Street near the Corman Amphitheater will come alive with music, food, ven

LOCKHAVEN EXPRESS - 2017-09-21 07:00:00

BENV Kiwanis supports Mill Hall Fire Co.

As part of its continuing support of area service organizations, the Kiwanis Club of Bald Eagle and Nittany Valleys recently made a $100 donation to the Mill Hall Volunteer Fire Company. Following a social gathering at the Ice Shack in Mill Hall, club members gathered next to a fire truck brought by

LOCKHAVEN EXPRESS - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

5 kid events to hit Saturday in Centre County

OK, you've got kids and you've got a weekend - what you don't have is a football game driving out-of-town traffic through Centre County. What can you do? This weekend is an island of opportunity in a sea of Penn State home games, the first away game of the season, and plenty of groups are taking a

CENTRE DAILY - 2017-09-21 23:55:00

100th Birthday Bash Sunday for Sgt. Libby

PHOTO PROVIDED Sgt. Charles A. Libby, who will turn 100 years old on Oct. 3, will be guest of honor at a birthday bash on Sunday at Nippenose Valley Village in Oval. OVAL - On Sunday, Nippenose Valley Village will host a 100th Birthday Bash for a WW II Veteran. He's not just any WW II veteran. The c

LOCKHAVEN EXPRESS - 2017-09-22 07:00:00

Waynesboro man threatened to stab, kill state trooper

HUMMELS WHARF - A 38-year-old Waynesboro man is locked up in Snyder County jail on charges he threatened to stab and kill a state trooper. State police Trooper Kyle Whitford said he was on patrol along North Susquehanna Trail in Monroe Township on Sept. 7 when he encountered Ryan R. Roberts limping

DAILY ITEM - 2017-09-19 23:00:00

'With humility': Veteran accepts Quilt of Valor

KATELYN HIBBARD/Sun-Gazette Retired Capt. Gale Hawkes, of Williamsport, a Navy and Air Force veteran, smiles after receiving his Quilt of Valor on Wednesday. The quilt, draped around his shoulders, is meant to honor and thank Hawkes for his services. Retired Capt. Gale Hawkes, of Williamsport, a vet

WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE - 2017-09-21 07:00:00

MMI junior earns rare individual award at Pa. Free Enterprise Week

MMI junior Joel Cruz, right, received the Raymond G. Weber award during the Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week program in July. Pictured presenting the award to Cruz is Karen Musante, MMI Preparatory School junior Joel Cruz received the Raymond G. Weber award during the Pennsylvania Free Enterprise

STANDARD SPEAKER - 2017-09-20 14:05:15

Camp helps children cope with grief

MIFFLINBURG - After suffering through unimaginable grief on Mother's Day 1989, after her sisters were killed in a car accident, Lisa Streett-Liebetrau, who grew up in Mifflinburg, vowed to someday give back to a loving community that helped her through the tragedy. It took almost 20 years, but in 20

DAILY ITEM - 2017-09-20 23:40:09

Tractor-trailer driver escapes serious injury

MARK GILGER/STAFF PHOTO A tractor-trailer owned by YRC Freight, of Milton, rests against a guard rail Wednesday morning following an accident along Northumberland County Drive at the construction site for the new county prison in Coal Township. The driver of the rig escaped serious injury after snag

NEWSITEM.COM - 2017-09-21 07:00:00

Snow Shoe Fall Festival benefits vets memorial

PHOTO PROVIDED Food, music, vintage automobiles and more were part of the 10th Annual Snow Shoe Fall Festival. Here, attendees line up for chicken barbecue. SNOW SHOE - The Snow Shoe Park was buzzing with activity on Saturday, September 17th when the Mountaintop community celebrated its 10th Annual

LOCKHAVEN EXPRESS - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

Students repaint Ronald McDonald statue

NEW BERLIN - Students from the SUN Area Technical Institute in New Berlin helped the Ronald McDonald House of Danville by repainting its Ronald McDonald statue. Thanks to the students and their hard work during the 2016-2017 school year, the Ronald statue has a new home at the main entrance of the R

DAILY ITEM - 2017-09-21 06:00:00

Police: Couple played poker with juveniles for money

BEAVER SPRINGS - A local couple is being charged for their alleged involvement in teaching youth how to play poker in their arcade in McClure. A preliminary hearing for Robert L. Henry, 37, and Amanda J. Henry, 36, of Beaver Springs, is scheduled for Oct. 10 with Magisterial District Judge Lori Hac

SENTINEL - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

QIDC hosts governor's Action Team at River Hill Power Co.

KARTHAUS - Quehanna Industrial Development Corp. held its regular meeting Sept. 18, with 16 people in attendance, which included two representatives from the Shawville Power Plant , three representatives from the Karthaus Park Association, three representatives from the Pottersdale Community Park As

CLEARFIELD PROGRESS - 2017-09-19 20:16:00

Richards Center to host conference on violence in African-American history

The George and Ann Richards Civil War Era Center, the Department of African American Studies, and University Libraries will host a conference, "Rethinking Violence in African-American History: History, Memory, Trauma," on Oct. 6 and 7. Free and open to the public, the conference will take place from

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN - 2017-09-21 07:00:00

Warm, dry weather continues for central Pa.

Warm temperatures and dry conditions will continue for central Pennsylvania this weekend and into next week, according to forecasters. "Fair weather continues across Pennsylvania as it will for the next seven days," according to the National Weather Service at State College. High temperatures for th

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-09-22 09:53:57

Josiah Viera enters high school with clothing line, book coming

HEGINS - Josiah Viera officially became a teenager this year. The bittersweet, milestone birthday marked many firsts for the Hegins young man, who's celebrating his own clothing line, a new book and navigating his first year of high school at Tri-Valley on a new set of wheels. "It says, 'Never Give

REPUBLICAN & HERALD - 2017-09-22 08:17:44

Cog in 'international drug conspiracy' gets 13 years in federal prison

A Reading man convicted of being a cog in an "international drug conspiracy" has been sentenced to 13 years in federal prison. U.S. Attorney Bruce D. Brandler said Tuesday that Juan Mendez-Lazaro, 37, was part of a network that for four years distributed heroin, cocaine, meth and other illegal drugs

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-09-19 15:05:52