Troopers ask help with probe of fire
State police fire marshals are looking for the public's help as they investigate a fire that destroyed a home in Susquehanna County.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Lebanon Daily News
Bird-watching ranks high in many folks' pecking orders
This was while watching a dozen or so of the screeching, crested birds swooping in and gobbling up the corn kernels I put out for wild turkeys.
A2A: Scott Elliott & Lamar Herrin
The novels Fractures and Temple Grove are set at opposite ends of the United States, and their environmentalist concerns are different: the one with hydrofracking in Pennsylvania, the other with logging in the Pacific Northwest.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Striking Nurses Told Not To Return To Work Until Friday
Dozens of unionized registered nurses picketing at a one-day strike outside Wilkes-Barre General Hospital were told not to report to work until Friday morning.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Advocates seek stronger housing trust fund
Housing advocates say it's time to give the state Housing Trust Fund the revenue it needs to carry out its goals of attacking neighborhood blight, allowing the elderly to stay in their homes and helping low-income Pennsylvanians avoid being homeless on a statewide basis.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Plane lands on rural Pa. highway, no serious injuries
State police say a small plane made an emergency landing on a northern Pennsylvania highway, but the pilot wasn't seriously injured.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
How To Play The Shale Boom's Next Phase
The low-pitched thrum of natural-gas-fired engines vibrates across the rural valley in Pennsylvania's Susquehanna County, where Cabot Oil & Gas As workers swing drilling pipe into the 135-foot-tall rig, a parade of trucks rumbles up the narrow dirt road from Montrose, Pa.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Preps for the Storm In Susquehanna County
Here in Montrose, Susquehanna County, lights are lit, and people are out and about, but they are aware: a possible storm is on the way.
Epsilon Energy: Shareholders In Charge
Epsilon Energy [TSX: ] is a Canadian E&P with its principal asset in the United States.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
The Lebanon Daily News
Plenty of options for your final send-off
Thus, when planning, and you should, for the inevitable there are more creative ways of blowing off the 50 bucks you owe your brother-in-law than the traditional funeral-home viewing, burial and a boozy luncheon that your estate is paying for and you hate to miss.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Driver sentenced in deadly pileup in Susquehanna County
A man whose tractor-trailer plowed into multiple vehicles on Interstate 81 16 months ago, killing a Maryland man, will spend up to 23 months in jail for involuntary manslaughter.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Accused: Brother's shooting a 'mercy killing'
Forest Webster, 52, faces one count of criminal homicide in connection with the Sunday death of his brother, John Webster, 55, of Jessup Twp.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Police Investigating Deadly Arson Near New Milford
An autopsy was done Monday on a woman found dead in a home that investigators say was set on fire over the weekend in Susquehanna County.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Cabot's NEPA wells 'still howling' a year later
At a well pad in the middle of a grassy field, the sound of gas flowing through pipelines filled the air.
Brother turns self in for Susquehanna County murder
Pennsylvania State Police in Gibson are investigating the homicide of John F. Webster, 55, of Route 706, Jessup Twp., Susquehanna County.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Susquehanna County Court Notes
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Thu Nov 14, 2013
Kingsley woman sues neighbors after she is shot
A Susquehanna County woman is suing several boys and their parents after she was hit by stray bullets fired from a neighboring property last year.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Teacher Gets 'New Do' in Susqheanna County
A teacher in Susquehanna County is rocking a 'new do' thanks to her students. She shaved her head all for a good cause.
Regional briefs for Wednesday, Nov. 13
The Riverside School Board unanimously approved a refinancing of district bonds in the amount of $2.54 million at it's meeting Tuesday night.