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LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 4, 2018

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro and Juniata County District Attorney Cory Snook are facilitating a one-day drug take-back today from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm in Mifflintown.  The purpose of the event is to draw greater public attention to the opioid crisis currently affecting the Commonwealth and the rest of the nation.  Unused and expired […]

11 Bold Sports Predictions for 2018

A couple lists of ‘Bold Sports Predictions for 2018’ are making the rounds online and they’re good, even though one of them is that Tom Brady and the New England Patriots make it back to the Super Bowl, which seems about as UN-bold as you can get.  Love him or hate him, it’s hard to bet against […]

LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 3, 2018

AccuWeather reports the harshest wave of cold so far this season will take hold of the northeastern United States by the first weekend of January.  In part of the mid-Atlantic coast and New England, the cold will follow a powerful snowstorm with blizzard conditions on Thursday and Thursday night.  Temperatures will be less harsh today, relative […]

LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 2, 2018

Motorists are advised to anticipate delays in the Potters Mills Gap section of Route 322 in Centre County this week. On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (January 3, 4, and 5), PennDOT will continue with the cutting and removing of trees along the two-lane section of Route 322 in the Potters Mills area. Work hours will […]

LOCAL NEWS | DECEMBER 29, 2017

A Mechanicsburg man sustained moderate injuries the day after Christmas as a result of a one-vehicle crash in Perry County.  According to State Police, 22-year-old Thomas Lehman lost control of his Toyota Corolla on Valley Road in Rye Township Tuesday night.  The vehicle struck a guard rail and went down an embankment before striking a […]