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Susquehanna, Pennsylvania is located in Susquehanna County. Zip codes in Susquehanna, PA include 18847. The median home price in Susquehanna is $219,000 which is roughly $98/per square foot.

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Local news for Susquehanna, PA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

Yesterday | The Times-Tribune

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.

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Tuesday | PennLive.com

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.

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Tuesday | CBS Local

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.

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Tuesday | GantDaily.com

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.

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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.

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The Times-Tribune

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.

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Wed Jul 02, 2014

The Times-Tribune

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.

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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.

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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.

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Sun Jun 29, 2014

The News Item

Aqua PA reorganizes, promotes area resident to director of operations

Aqua Pennsylvania announced Friday it has promoted three managers and hired a fourth as part of the restructuring of its operations in the northern, central and western parts of the state in which the company collectively serves nearly 240,000 people.

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The Times-Tribune

VETERANS

American Legion Post 154 first annual Pennsylvania Homeless Vets Fun Fair in honor of Manuel Miraihl, today, noon-6 p.m., Route 3001; crafts, flea market, 50/50 drawings, raffles, food; www.pahomelessvets.org Mayor's Independence Day ceremony will be held at Nay Aug Park at the pool; Rhinegold Band begins playing at 10:30 a.m., all military ... (more)

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Sat Jun 28, 2014

PennLive.com

A look at four findings in Pa. auditor general's Susquehanna...

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale's extended audit of Susquehanna Township School District found the district didn't comply with certain "state laws, regulations, contracts, grant requirements and administrative procedures," according to the report.

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Fri Jun 27, 2014

Danville News

Susquehanna prez's pay frozen at $359G

Susquehanna University employees will not receive salary increases in the coming year, will contribute more to health-care plans and will see a reduction in pension matches as the school rebounds from a falling endowment and dwindling student enrollment.

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WNEP-TV Moosic

Hit and Run Suspect Agrees to Plea Deal

He admits that he hit and killed Earl Youngs, 20, in January along Route 11 near Great Bend and drove away.

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Danville News

Fresh Air children to arrive

The Central Susquehanna PA Committee of the Fresh Air Fund will welcome 17 New York City children as they arrive July 1 in Bloomsburg.

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Thu Jun 26, 2014

ABC 27

Meet Hamlet, the newest employee at the Lancaster Co. Courthouse

Hamlet is a two-year-old yellow lab. He graduated from Susquehanna Service Dogs and just landed his first job at the Lancaster County Courthouse.

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PennLive.com

'Extreme dysfunction' in Susquehanna Twp. School District, state audit says

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has announced the results of an extended audit of Susquehanna Township School District, noting in a news release that the education of the district's students was at risk because of the "extreme dysfunction" between the district's board and administrators.

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Mon Jun 23, 2014

PennLive.com

In Rob Deibler's absence, Michael Knill returns as acting AD to Susquehanna Township School District

With its athletic director on administrative leave and summertime sports camps looming, Susquehanna Twp.

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PennLive.com

Susquehanna Township School Board approves 1.1 percent tax hike for 2014-15

Susquehanna Township School District residents will pay another 1.1 percent in property taxes, under a 2014-15 budget adopted Monday night.

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Thu Jun 19, 2014

GantDaily.com

PENNVEST, DEP Announce Results of Forward Nutrient Credit Trading Auction

The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority and the Department of Environmental Protection , along with financial information services company Markit, have held the second "forward" auction in 2014 for the sale and purchase of nutrient credits in Pennsylvania's Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

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