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3-year-old Lock Haven boy donates books to little libraries

LOCK HAVEN — One little boy is giving back to the community. Ronnie Munro, 3, of Lock Haven has raised over $100 as a Pre-K homeschool project to buy books, which he will soon donate to each of The Little Red Libraries in town. Ronnie is sharing his love for reading with other children ...

Lawmakers take aim at lobbyist influence

By MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s state House of Representatives on Monday began advancing a package of bills aimed at lobbyist influence, including limiting gifts from lobbyists and prohibiting lobbyists from trying to influence an elected official for ...

Panel OKs data for drawing district maps

By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. — The five-person commission redrawing Pennsylvania General Assembly district lines gave its approval on Monday to adjusted and validated census-based data they will use to craft preliminary maps over the coming months. “Even though ...

Facebook papers show deep conflict within

Facebook the company is losing control of Facebook the product — not to mention the last shreds of its carefully crafted, decade-old image as a benevolent company just wanting to connect the world. Thousands of pages of internal documents provided to Congress by a former employee depict ...

Quoth the Haven

(Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series written by local historian Lou Bernard leading up to Halloween.) There have been quite a few famous people who have been to this area. Last year, I wrote about Mark Twain and how he came up with the idea for a ghost story while he was staying in ...

150 years: Renovo Masons celebrate major milestone

RENOVO — The Renovo Masonic Lodge #495, F&AM recently celebrated its Sesquicentennial, having chartered in Renovo in 1871. Invited guests from not just Renovo but throughout the state took part in marking the event with ceremonial pictures at the Lodge on 3rd Street in Renovo before a ...