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Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
The City of Shamokin will ask a county judge to approve city council's pursuit of an $800,000 loan to cover unpaid bills.
Justin Strawser/Staff Photo The Line Mountain School Board reorganized Wednesday night at the Northumberland County Area Vocational Technical School, Coal Township.
An 18-year-old central Pennsylvania woman is accused of killing a man she met on Craigslist and dumping his body in an alley before meeting her husband to celebrate his birthday.
Thomas Ditchey was named president of the Mount Carmel Area School Board on a split vote Wednesday night during the annual reorganization meeting at Northumberland County Career and Technology Center.
Members of a church group in one part of Northumberland County are counting their blessings after some people's generosity helped them bounce back from a theft.
A new scam popped up in Northumberland County in the past two weeks. Older people get a phone call and are told that someone has ordered a medical alert device for them and they need information to use in shipping it to them.
Three open house meetings will be held later this month to obtain public input on the Lower Anthracite Transportation System to develop a Transit Development Plan .
An 18-year old woman is locked up in Northumberland County on homicide charges for allegedly stabbing a man to death.
As deadlines for approval near, Northumberland County commissioners will try for the third time to pass a tentative budget for 2014 at their meeting today.
Dr. Raymond J. Kraynak Jr. was ordered to spend 30 days under house arrest and had his driver's license suspended for one year as part of his sentencing Monday morning on a driving under the influence of alcohol conviction.
Northumberland County Councillors are to debate a motion tomorrow calling on them to oppose the decision to axe the 2nd Battalion of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Northumberland County Councillors are to debate a motion tomorrow calling on them to oppose the decision to axe the 2nd Battalion of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
A Northumberland County judge has upheld an arbitrator's ruling to reinstate a fired union county employee with back pay and seniority.
Councilmembers voted 5-0 during a special meeting Wednesday to adopt a preliminary version of next year's general fund budget with revenues projected at $2,316,506.01 and expenses projected at $2,932,587.58.