14 hrs ago
Susquehanna Township School District considers moving graduation ceremonies to Hershey
Here's your choice. Keep graduation ceremonies in The Forum in Harrisburg, with its affordable price but limited seating, parking and handicapped accessibility.
21 hrs ago
County to Apply for Grant for Water Mile Markers
Yesterday, the Clearfield County Commissioners approved applying for a $5,000 mini-grant through the Susquehanna Greenway program for 95 water mile markers for the West Branch of the Susquehanna River.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The News Item
Conservation district official receives state award
Traveling from various parts of Pennsylvania, nearly 180 individuals comprised of conservation district staffs, state officials and legislative partners convened in Altoona to honor conservationists during the PA Association of Conservation Districts Inc. and State Conservation Commission's 67th Joint Annual Conference.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Info sessions scheduled on Lackawanna County bridge mural contests
Artists interested in painting a bridge in the borough are invited to an informational session this week.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Susquehanna County Got Fracked-Now They're Speaking Out
Susquehanna county residents have been bullied by the gas industry since fracking started back in 2006.
York County peaches survive winter
Whitecomb's Farm Market employee Tanner Dillon, 18, stocks Garden Beauty peaches Wednesday at the West Manchester Township farm.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Now showing: Pupils' take on The Bard
How do you teach Shakespeare and literary classics to elementary school students and have them actually enjoy it? According to Reba Rohrer, an elementary art teacher in the Milton Area School District, "You weave it into the music and everything else and they are pretty excited about it."
Book box votes will aid Ronald McDonald House
People are asked to vote on book boxes with proceeds benefiting Danville's Ronald McDonald House.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Sun Jul 13, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Palmyra store to display Stony Valley exhibit
Comics and Paperbacks Plus, 201 E. Main St., Palmyra, will host StonyValley.com 's "Stony Valley: Step Into History" display on Saturday from 6-9 p.m. Stony Valley is part of the second largest roadless wilderness tract of land in Pennsylvania, commonly known as State Game Lands No.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
PennDOT' s Scheduled Roadwork for the Week of July 11 - 18
The SWB Rail Riders will have home games on the following dates and times. There may be traffic delays at the beginning and end of each game near I-81 Exit 182 : *I-80 - Columbia County - Exit 241 to Exit 242, Two lanes of traffic in each direction will be maintained on I-80 for the majority of the project, with short-term lane restrictions and ... (more)
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Tornado warning in Susquehanna, Wayne counties
The National Weather Service declared a tornado warning for eastern Susquehanna County and northern Wayne County until 8:15 p.m. When a tornado warning is issued, it means strong rotation has been detected and a tornado may already be on the ground or is expected to develop.
Former Susquehanna Twp. School District teacher elected vice president of the National Education Association
A former physical science teacher from Susquehanna Township School District recently was elected vice president of the National Education Association during the union's annual meeting in Denver.
Study Finds Signs Of Contamination In PA River Basin Fish
A US Geological Survey study of fish in Pennsylvania's three major river basins, the Delaware, Susquehanna, and Ohio, has found signs of contamination by hormone-mimicking compounds.
2014 Pipeline Roundup: Moving Marcellus and Utica Production to New Markets
However, as more takeaway capacity is needed, midstream operators are turning to 'greenfield' projects to deliver natural gas to new, high demand markets throughout the eastern United States.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
The News Item
'Frontier Voices' uses living history, drama to tell the Fort Augusta story
Submitted Photo Gov. Robert Hunter Morris, portrayed by living history interpreter Murray Strauser of Sunbury at left, chats with the Rev.
Educators: Corbett budget is not enough
As area educators wait for the governor to sign the 2014-15 state budget, they wonder how this spending plan will allow them to afford pensions, salaries and textbooks.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Cooperative says kept in dark on PPL spin off plans
A cooperative that partially owns PPL Susquehanna Steam nuclear power plant says it knew nothing of PPL Corp.'s plans to spin off the plant as a separate company until last month's announcement.
The News Item
LM Pre-K Counts honored for using good behavior program
A Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit program at Line Mountain Elementary School was among 14 sites to earn recognition from the state for implementing a positive behavior model for students.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
The York Daily Record
Baron Von Schwein to open York restaurant
Baron Von Schwein food truck owner Jordan Pfautz and employee Paul Cocantonio serve a line of customers near the Golden Plough Tavern on North Pershing Avenue during the Foodstruck event on Friday, Oct. 11, 2013.