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There are no more floors gaping open with exposed steel girders in the office building at Cameron and Herr streets.
Sheriff Robert Wolfe and Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts Justin Dunkelberger warned the public Tuesday that a telephone scam is being perpetrated to illegally collect court costs owed to Northumberland County.
A Berwick man charged with selling heroin to an informant in the presence of a child was denied a bail reduction at his preliminary hearing Tuesday.
A Pennsylvania couple have pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the stabbing death of a stranger they lured through Craigslist.
Accused thrill killers Miranda and Elytte Barbour entered a guilty pleas Tuesday in the alleged thrill-killing of a man in Northumberland County last year.
A lawsuit accuses Line Mountain School District of negligence for allegedly failing to install an "adequate pressure gauge" on a fuel pump that malfunctioned, spilling 1,250 gallons of heating oil into a municipal sewer system.
An attorney for Shamokin filed to have one count dismissed from the lawsuit brought against the city by ex-clerk Stephen D. Bartos.
Six petitions filed by convicted killer Richard C. Curran in search of earnings statements and waivers for late income tax filings were dismissed Wednesday by a Northumberland County judge.
Residents of Mount Carmel Township would be required to purchase a permit to host yard sales under the terms of a proposed ordinance.
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.
A Shamokin man wanted for breaking into a vacant house in the 300 block of South Seventh Street earlier this month was taken into custody Tuesday night after jumping from a roof at his residence onto a neighboring property when police and probation officers attempted to serve him with a warrant.
According to officials, there was massive wall of fire shooting out of the home on Springtown Road near Watsontown Tuesday night.
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.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 01:55 am
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