Sunday Apr 13
2 from Valley putting faith in Laurelton plan
For all his detractors, Jack Wisor has those who believe in his mission of providing shelter for ex-convicts who would otherwise be homeless.
Snyder jail guard fired after 2 DUIs wants his job back
A former Snyder County Prison corrections officer convicted of two separate drunken driving offenses in 10 years is fighting to get his job back.
Centre Daily Times
Fire companies respond to pump house blaze
According to Millheim Fire Company Chief Todd Hillard, the blaze at 129 Triple J Drive started in the farm's pump house and spread to the barn.
Bishop: Ex-child molesters won't be in Laurelton shelter
A potential homeless shelter in Hartley Township would not house offenders of Megan's Law, nor are there definite plans for a facility at the former Laurelton Center, the proprietor said.
The News Item
Bucknell to hold second annual Sustainabillity Symposium
Free and open to the public, the day-long event includes panel discussions, a poster and project display session, a presentation about a local rail-trail project and a demonstration of unique human-powered vehicles - all in the Elaine Langone Center, 701 Moore Ave. Best-selling author Juliet Schor will give the keynote address at 7:30 p.m. in Trout ... (more)
Suspect in yogi murder drops lawsuit against 68
The man accused of killing yoga master Sudharman nearly four years ago wants to end his federal lawsuit over his prosecution and the treatment he has received in prison.
Mailbox thief took card info, charged $30G
By Francis Scarcella The Daily Item SUNBURY - A city woman who applied for credit cards using solicitations she stole from Valley mailboxes pleaded guilty to the thefts in federal court Wednesday and could face 15 years in prison.