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State Police Report - April 19, 2014
A male juvenile is accused of attempting to burn a male and a female juvenile at approximately 11:45 a.m., April 1, at Newport Middle School.
DEP Releases 2014 Susquehanna River Sampling Plan
The Department of Environmental Protection today released a work plan outlining efforts to continue studying and sampling the Susquehanna River basin throughout 2014.
Independence is focus of Perry County aging expo
Pennsylvania Aging Department Secretary Brian Duke mingles with the crowd at a March 28 Spring Fling hosted by the Perry County Area Agency on Aging.
Newport School District foregoes testing due to setback
During the Feb. 17 meeting, the board accepted the retirement of Superintendent Norm Shea effective at the end of the current school year.
Police: 2 forged checks linked to Perry County Prison
State police in Newport are looking for two men who created fraudulent checks with checking accounts linked to the Perry County Prison.
Police investigate fatal crash in Dover Township
Police in York County are investigating a deadly crash that happened on Sunday evening on Route 74 in Dover Township.
Man, 34, arrested for stealing MP4 player from Rite Aid
A 34-year-old man faces charges after reportedly cutting items out of their packaging at Rite Aid before leaving with an MP4 player.
Perry County Council of the Arts to host Arts Hour at the Landis House
Musicologist Beth Bullard gives Perry County Council of the Arts Executive Director Roger Smith an impromptu history lesson while preparing for her upcoming presentation at an April 6 Sunday Arts Hour at Landis House in Newport.
Newport Borough Council OKs contract with plant operator
Council will pay him $1,000 for his four scheduled monthly visits. The contract also calls for an additional $40 per day if he has to come by on weekends or holidays.