By BOB ROLLEY
LOCK HAVEN — A request by Clinton County Court of Common Pleas officials about next year’s county government holiday schedule sparked a wide-ranging discussion Monday among commissioners about days off and ongoing contract talks with two unions.
By WENDY STIVER
LOCK HAVEN — Maria Boileau will join the city’s administrators as planner and development coordinator starting next Monday.
City Council welcomed her during its meeting last night.
Also welcomed was Morgan Sweely who started Oct. 4 as the ...
By WENDY STIVER
LOCK HAVEN — The next Frozen Snot race is set for Jan. 27, 2018.
New race director Luke Ebeling told City Council there is a lot of interest already from people hoping to participate in this “frigid adventure” on the city’s watershed ...
By EMMA GOSALVEZ
BELLEFONTE - Bellefonte is stepping forward to support the rehabilitation of the 46-year-old Kepler Pool at Governors Park.
At the Tuesday, Oct. 16 meeting of the Bellefonte Borough Council, council members unanimously voted to write a letter of ...
By KEVIN RAUCH
For The Express
FARWELL — For everyone in the host town of Renovo, the 69th annual Flaming Foliage Festival Weekend saved its best moment for last, as hometown Miss Bucktail Anna Cowfer was named Flaming Foliage Queen.
The Bucktail Area High School Gymnasium ...
By LAURA JAMESON
LOCK HAVEN — It’s something everyone is just so used to that it’s rarely enforced and few actually know when it is.
We’re talking about curfews.
The City of Lock Haven and many surrounding municipalities have a curfew for minors in their ...
RENOVO — With nearly 150 vendors awaiting customers and the arrival of 25 queen contestants and escorts yesterday afternoon, the stage has been set for the 69th annual Flaming Foliage Festival (FFF) in Renovo this weekend.
Months of preparation from not just the FFF Committee members but ...
The family of Robin J. Conser reported Friday afternoon that they had found R.J.’s body Friday morning on the Conser property in Wayne Township.
R.J. was reported missing by his family, who said he was suffering from depression and had not seen since Monday.
The family posted pictures ...
LAMAR — Sterling A. Hardy, 21, of Belleville, was killed early Friday morning in a two-vehicle crash on Route 64 in Porter Township.
According to state police, John E. Zook, 48, of Lewisburg was stopped on Route 64 waiting to turn left into Nittany Wood Crafters when Hardy came from behind ...
9 a.m. — Arts and Crafts Show at FFF Lot
9 - 11:30 a.m. — Queens’ Interviews at St. Joseph Activity Center, 9th Street & Huron Avenue.
11:45 a.m. — Queens’ Luncheon in Methodist Church Basement, 7th Street; with Maria Ransom, Queens Advisor, as Master of Ceremonies. ...
Wicked Wine Festival
to benefit veterans
LOCK HAVEN — A Wicked Wine Festival is planned for Saturday, Oct. 28 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The 1900 Red Barn, 652 Island Road.
Music, food, a basket raffle and of course, wine will be part of the fun. Tickets include a free wine glass and ...
LOCK HAVEN — City Council is expected to approve the 2017 salaries of city administrators during its meeting Monday at 7 p.m. in City Hall.
This year’s salaries and wages for the city’s non-union employees are on the agenda. Over the past several years, council has waited until autumn ...
MILL HALL — Water Street in Lock Haven will be paved from the Lock Haven University traffic light to Jay Street, Tuesday through Thursday.
A contractor will start paving on Route 150 from Dunnstown to the Avis interchange, Tuesday through next Saturday.
The contractor project at Paul Mack ...
And Happy Saturday Birthday to Dale R. Miller, 70, of Marsh Creek!
Word of the Day
Strix — Also striga. A bird of ill omen or an evil witch, especially one which feeds on human flesh and blood.
Little Pine State Park will hold its annual Fall ...
FLEMINGTON — Fall weather arrived just in time for Flemington Borough Council’s outdoor meeting in Grove Community Park.
Held Thursday evening, the meeting included a chance to admire the $175,000 worth of improvements made recently to the park, between Fourth Street and Bellefonte ...
LOCK HAVEN — In what became the second hiring of a part-time person in two weeks, the Clinton County commissioners voted to terminate a contract for paralegal services with Frances Neff and then agreed to employ her part-time.
It was among several personnel items acted upon Thursday that ...
LOCK HAVEN — Clinton County will continue to receive $1.50 for every ton of garbage disposed of in the Wayne Township Landfill.
That fee amount and other provisions are contained in a host agreement the commissioners approved with the county Solid Waste Authority on Thursday.
MILL HALL — When you think of a den of stray cats, or any large group of them, some pretty negative images may come to mind.
Like back alleyways in cities where there are vicious cat fights and the felines themselves are mangy and dangerous.
That’s actually not the case for a colony of ...
r Yard-n-bake sale, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Curtin United Methodist Church. Information: Marty Lucas at 814-880-6654 or Larry Beahm at 814-355-9588.
r Soup sale with homemade apple dumplings, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Great Island Presbyterian Church, 12 W. Water St., Lock Haven. Order ahead of time by ...
‘GT’ Thompson to speak at LHU
LOCK HAVEN — Congressman Glenn “GT” Thompson will be a featured speaker at this year’s 21st Annual Government Outreach Seminar to be held at Lock Haven University on Monday at 9 a.m. Other speakers will include Larry Schardt.
The event will be held ...