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Paraprofessional spends 3 decades making an impact

September 8, 2017 MONTGOMERY - As the new school year begins at Montgomery Elementary School this week, paraprofessional Debbie Salvatori will walk through the doors to begin her thirty-third year with the district. more »»

Muncy mansion provides great link to historic Eagles Mere

September 8, 2017 MUNCY - Muncy has a great link to the village of Eagles Mere, a well known lake resort in Sullivan County just twenty miles awa. more »»

Chestnut Grove area WWI veterans recalled at school reunion

August 30, 2017 PINE SUMMIT - Funston Hill Road is a high and winding byway connecting routes 118 and 442. more »»

Volunteer caretaker keeps flowers growing all year at post office

August 30, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - It may take more than one glance before realizing that the geraniums in front of the Hughesville Post Office are real and not artificial. more »»

SPORTS - He drove them to it 

August 25, 2017 CLARKSTOWN - There was hugging, back slapping and handshakes aplenty as Don Baylor greeted guests at his retirement party Saturday, August 5 at the firehall in Clarkstown. more »»

Veterans valiant service rewarded with ‘quilts of valor’

August 25, 2017 GLEN MAWR – The 107th gathering of the Swisher–Swank family on August 20, 2017 was held at Holliday Park in Glen Mawr. more »»

New librarian sets goals for more programming

August 18, 2017 MONTGOMERY - "This is my first full time job and I am loving it," said Nicole Loffredo, the new director hired at the Montgomery Library. more »»

Mourning display was traditional to Victorian times

July 17, 2017 WILLIAMSPORT - A rare and unique display can be seen at the Thomas T. Taber Museum in Williamsport now through Sunday, August 27. more »»

Pal of Prohibition Prince lost property playing poker

July 12, 2017 (Due to her father's military service, Kathy Spotts of Hughesville is an Auxiliary member of Glenn Sharrow American Legion Post #35. The veteran's daughter shared his story). more »»

Army bandsman entertained the troops

June 30, 2017 MONTGOMERY - When World War I got going, Herbert Calvin Harman along with a friend at Montgomery did the patriotic thing and enlisted in the Army. more »»

‘Let’s talk nutrition’

June 21, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - Longevity and wellness is a factor of what you eat, and what you eat can prevent many chronic diseases according to Rose Trevouledes, who is a registered medical dietician with a... more »»

Color Guards give patriotic duty

June 16, 2017 PICTURE ROCKS - Parades would not be complete without a color guard unit. Neither would somber services in cemeteries, be it a burial or Memorial Day gathering. more »»

ELYMCA instructors present Drums Alive at national convention & expo

June 9, 2017 MUNCY - Using small buckets and water jugs as handheld drums, participants at the 2017 SHAPE America National Convention & Expo in Boston let loose to Justin Timberlake to kick off the event. more »»

Muncy Library celebrates summer reading with community members

June 1, 2017 MUNCY - Build a Better World by Building a Better Community is this year’s theme for the Muncy Public Library’s summer reading program. more »»

Momentos convey a thank you to veterans

June 1, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - Veterans residing at Wolf Run Village Assisted Living Center near Hughesville were recipients of gift bags filled with niceties. more »»

Christian Ladies ask a Muslim

May 30, 2017 TIVOLI - A Muslim is a follower of Islam. That was a point of discussion earlier this month when the Christian Ladies Group met at the Tivoli United Methodist Churc. more »»

Home based business keeps owner employed

May 22, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - A ten year history and a client base of more than 75 different businesses keep owner, Sharon Gagliano of Payroll Services in her Hughesville borough home quite busy. more »»

Librarian's retirement party will conclude 22 years of service

May 17, 2017 MONTGOMERY - A celebratory ending will conclude the twenty-two years of service for the retiring librarian at the Montgomery Public Library. more »»

Work on the Pennsylvania canals was short-lived

May 15, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - The Pennsylvania Canal system, and the Susquehanna Division of the West Branch, in particular, was of utmost importance to Muncy and the surrounding areas as presented by Bill Poulton... more »»

Local woman turns 101

May 5, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - Florence Rider has outlived many of her friends, peers and relatives. She is remarkably young for just turning 101 years old on Monday, May 1st. more »»



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