December 22, 2011 RSS feed / Local & State

Builder Settles Pa. “Kids For Cash” Suit For $17M

SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) – A developer at the center of one of the biggest judicial scandals in U.S. More...

Salvation Army To Prepare Christmas Dinner

The Salvation Army Christmas Dinner Committee continues to prepare for the big dinner they serve Christmas Day. More...

Celebrates First

Luke Alexander Marshall celebrated his first birthday on November 14, 2011. He is the son of Misty and Justin Marshall of Cave Creek, Ariz. More...

Marriage Licenses

The following couples applied for marriage licenses during the past week at the local courthouse: Armando Ivan Menjivar, 56, Washington, D.C., and Janet Willa Smith, 47, Washington, D.C. More...

Put Some ‘Green’ In Holiday Plans

With the holiday season on the horizon, many people’s thoughts turn to charitable giving and other altruistic efforts. More...

Court Session Held December 13

Judge Shawn D. Meyers of the 39th Judicial District and the Fulton County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held on Tuesday, December 13, at the Fulton County Courthouse. More...

Graduates

Whitney Nicole Davis, Harrisonville, graduated alongside 468 Millersville University of Pennsylvania students during the fall 2011 undergraduate commencement ceremony, held Sunday, December 18, in Millersville's Pucillo Gymnasium. More...

Highest Rated Health Charities Drunk Driving Fact

Health charities are a popular option for charitable giving. More...

MHS Class of 1956 Holds 55th Reunion

The McConnellsburg High School Class of 1956 held its 55th reunion on November 12, 2011, at Foot of The Mountain restaurant in Cove Gap. More...

How To Protect Holiday Tech Gifts

It’s going to be a high-tech holiday season. More...

Fulton County Partnership Releases Year- End CTC Review

It’s been a year since Fulton County Partnership announced its “Communities That Care” (CTC) model. More...

New Teen Driver Law December 24

Measure limits passengers, requires additional training

Pennsylvania’s new law aimed at increasing safety for young drivers takes effect at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 24. More...

Remains Found in Bedford Twp. Identified

The remains of a woman found November 30 in Bedford Township have been identified, state police said last Wednesday night. A forensic odontologist, Dr. Charles Beall, has identified the skeletal remains as Audrey Rock Phoenix, 30, of Portland, Ore. More...

Scouts Visit Governor’s Mansion

Junior/Cadette Girl Scout Troop 1597 had the opportunity to visit the National Civil War Museum last Monday. More...

Local Author Writes Of Childhood Days In New Book

Every family has a story to tell, Many times loved ones pass away and those stories are lost forever. One of the greatest gifts we could give our children and grandchildren would be to record the memories of our early years for them. More...

Cards Of Thanks

LYNCH I would like to thank all my family and friends for the visits, flowers, cards and prayers while I was in Meritus Hospital and since I have returned home. Thanks to my pastor, Rev. More...

Ways To Reuse Holiday Gift Wrap

Now that the holidays have come and gone, it's time to pack away the decorations, take down the tree and haul large bags of trash to the curb. More...

Be Charitable Without Spending Money

Many people equate charity to financial donations. But individuals can be charitable with their time as well. More...

Hess Lyme Disease Legislation Approved By House Services Committee

Legislation designed to promote better treatment of and education about Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses was approved by the House Human Services Committee and sent to the floor, Rep. More...

Tower Bank Donation Drive Supports Fulton County Food Basket

Following a month-long donation drive, representatives of the Tower Bank Needmore branch presented Fulton County Food Basket with 210 pounds of food that will support the operating efforts of the center and directly benefit families in the local comm More...

Deeds

The following deeds were recorded at the local courthouse during the past week. State tax stamps affixed to deeds indicate one percent of the purchase price or of the fair market value: David M. Fischer and Jodi Y. Fischer to Dustin M. More...

Wilson College To Exhibit Art Created By High School Students

Wilson College is seeking artwork made by area high school students for an upcoming juried art show to be held at Wilson’s Bogigian Gallery in Lortz Hall. More...