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Sunbury, Pennsylvania is located in Northumberland County. Zip codes in Sunbury, PA include 17801, 17877, and 16910. The median home price in Sunbury is $65,000. More Sunbury information.

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23 hrs ago | The News Item

Truck owner waives charges in 2013 Elysburg crash

The owner of a tractor-trailer truck involved in a devastating accident in Elysburg last year waived the charges and was released on bail Wednesday, but he was taken into custody for failure to respond to motor carrier enforcement citations in Clinton County, according to the Press Enterprise.

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Yesterday | The News Item

Truck owner waives charges in 2013 Elysburg crash

The owner of a tractor-trailer truck involved in a devastating accident in Elysburg last year waived the charges and was released on bail Wednesday, but he was taken into custody for failure to respond to motor carrier enforcement citations in Clinton County, according to the Press Enterprise.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Editor & Publisher

Brad Bailey Named Associate Publisher of Pocono Mountains Media Group

Joe Vanderhoof, president and publisher of the Pocono Mountains Media Group, announced today that Brad Bailey has been named associate publisher of the Pocono Record and all properties under the umbrella of the Pocono Mountains Media Group.

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The News Item

Prothonotary: $260,000 collected from delinquents

Prothonotary Justin Dunkelberger reported $260,000 in court costs owed to Northumberland County since 1971 has been collected during the past month while authorities continue to crack down on delinquents.

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The News Item

Sunbury man accused of assaulting grandmother out of hospital

MARK GILGER/Staff Photo Erick R. Trometter grimaces while he's escorted by Sunbury Patrolman Corey Zerbe into the Sunbury office of Magisterial District Judge Benjamin Apfelbaum Tuesday afternoon on charges relating to the July 9 assault of his grandmother, Amanda Trometter.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

The News Item

Man accused of drinking while tending bar pleads no contest

A Kulpmont man pleaded no contest Monday to consuming liquor while tending bar and was ordered to pay a $125 fine plus costs and fees.

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The News Item

Police: Man had 67 bags of heroin in Marion Heights home

A Marion Heights man found in possession of $1,700 worth of heroin, $400 in cash and an assortment of drug paraphernalia during a routine home visit by county adult probation officers was taken into custody Monday.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Pocono Record

Brad Bailey named associate publisher of the Pocono Record

Joe Vanderhoof, president and publisher of the Pocono Mountains Media Group, announced today that Brad Bailey has been named associate publisher of the Pocono Record, PoconoRecord.com and all properties under the umbrella of the Pocono Mountains Media Group.

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The News Item

Year's rainfall just about average

Larry Deklinski/Staff Photo Two men fish along the Susquehanna River, just south of The Adam T. Bower Memorial Dam near Sunbury, Wednesday afternoon.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

The News Item

Fire leaves 5 homeless

MIKE STAUGAITIS/Staff Photo A firefighter vents the roof with a chain saw during the fire on South Vine Street on Monday morning.

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The News Item

Sunbury, Milton awarded $500,000 in grant money

Milton and Sunbury were awarded $500,000 each through the state's Keystone Communities grant program to support downtown redevelopment and infrastructure reconstruction.

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Mon Aug 11, 2014

The News Item

District Court: Monday, Aug. 11, 2014

Brett N. Russel, of Sunbury, against Samantha Evans and Andres Ashburn, both of Shamokin, for $12,000, filed Aug. 7. Hearing scheduled for Aug. 21. Lori A. Lenig against Joseph and Debra Case, all of Coal Township, for $1,650, filed Aug. 7. Hearing scheduled for Aug. 21. Daniel and Sherri Kritzer, of Herndon, against Betty Minium, of Shamokin, for ... (more)

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Fri Aug 08, 2014

Danville News

Montour-Delong Fair: Can the Monster Beef be tamed?

How many half-pound Monster Beef sandwiches can you eat? In 15 minutes that is. For the first time, the Great Monster Beef Challenge is coming to the Montour-DeLong Community Fair.

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The News Item

Noteworthy: Friday, Aug. 8, 2014

Mount Carmel Area Junior/Senior High School student schedules for grades seven through 12 are ready for pickup between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday in the high school principal's office.

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Thu Aug 07, 2014

Danville News

Rock-throwing suspects emotionless before boom lowered

New Columbia teenagers Brett and Dylan Lahr wore stoic expressions as they walked, with their parents, into a Mifflinburg district judge's court this morning, where the rock-throwing suspects learned they would face five felony charges and be under house arrest while free on bail.

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Noteworthy: Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014

Shamokin Area School Board's buildings and grounds committee meeting set for 3 p.m. today in the board conference room has been cancelled.

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Tue Aug 05, 2014

The News Item

The big payback

Northumberland County law enforcement officials went door-to-door again Monday, collecting what they could of the $22.8 million in unpaid court costs owed to the county.

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Mon Aug 04, 2014

Times News

Van Kirk

Last week, a vintage B-17 bomber soared over the grave site service of Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk in Northumberland County before landing at the Sunbury Airfield.

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Danville News

Judge: Blade from Barbour home admissible

A 4-inch-long, nonserrated knife with an upwardly curved blade found stashed in the attic of a Selinsgrove home is admissible as evidence in the fatal stabbing of Troy LaFerrara, Northumberland County Judge Charles Saylor ruled Monday.

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

The News Item

Civil complaint filed in 2013 tractor trailer crash

The insurance company representing a Shamokin man injured in a four-vehicle accident last year along Route 54 in Ralpho Township has sued the operator of the tractor-trailer involved in the crash and the trucking company for which he worked.

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