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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Kay D. MichaelBorn Jan. 31, 1932, in Kelly Township, Union County, he was a son of the late J
Kay D. Michael
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted yesterday
Born Jan. 31, 1932, in Kelly Township, Union County, he was a son of the late James R. and Lena (Snyder) Michael. On May 6, 1952, he married the former June L. Lambert, who preceded him in death Sept. 20, 2013. Together they celebrated 61 years of... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Many made benefit tourney a big hitEditor, The Baseball for Bravery 2015 Tournament was a success this year raisi
Many made benefit tourney a big hit
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 2 days ago
Editor, The Baseball for Bravery 2015 Tournament was a success this year raising over $2,000. All the money raised goes directly to the Monsignor Paul Karpowich Foundation. The tournament started as my senior class project in 2013 with four teams... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Former Pirates manager Grand Marshal of paradeThe 11th Annual Grand Slam Parade festivities will begin at 4 p.m. and the offi
Former Pirates manager Grand Marshal of parade
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
The 11th Annual Grand Slam Parade festivities will begin at 4 p.m. and the official step-off is at 6 p.m. Wednesday, with a public officials division step off at 5:40 p.m., starting at the intersection of Susquehanna and West Fourth Streets and... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Patricia Ann StinerPat retired from the former G.T.E Sylvania and had also worked for Weis Markets
Patricia Ann Stiner
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
Pat retired from the former G.T.E Sylvania and had also worked for Weis Markets. She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church and enjoyed bingo, shopping and spending time with her grandchildren. Pat is survived by her husband of 59... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Transformer explosion causes brief power outage in Hanover BoroughA transformer behind Weis Markets on Carlisle Street experienced an electrical
Transformer explosion causes brief power outage in Hanover Borough
The Evening Sun / Posted 14 days ago
A transformer behind Weis Markets on Carlisle Street experienced an electrical failure on Friday morning, causing Met-Ed customers to briefly lose power. Units from the Penn Township and Hanover fire departments responded to the electrical fire.... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Library grateful for support of adult reading programMifflin County Library would like to extend our thanks to the businesses and in
Library grateful for support of adult reading program
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
Mifflin County Library would like to extend our thanks to the businesses and individuals who contributed to the success of our 2015 Adult Summer Reading program: 4 Star Coins & Jewelry, Altoona Curve, Angelo's Italian Restaurant, APM True Value... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Dover Twp. homeowners clean up after break-in leaves two stabbedDOVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Sherry Verbeeck and her husband Tom have gotten used to c
Dover Twp. homeowners clean up after break-in leaves two stabbed
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 17 days ago
DOVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Sherry Verbeeck and her husband Tom have gotten used to cleaning their Dover Township, York County home in recent weeks. Married only five weeks ago, the newlyweds have already started to move into a new home in Intercourse,... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
From furniture to bread, Sandyston woman, 85, fills people’s needsEditor’s note: As part of Newton Medical Center’s ’15 Year For Women initiative
From furniture to bread, Sandyston woman, 85, fills people’s needs
New Jersey Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Editor’s note: As part of Newton Medical Center’s ’15 Year For Women initiative, The New Jersey Herald is presenting a series of profiles on 15 women who are representative of the many in our community who are making a positive impact. By MEGHAN... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Thanks for supporting BMS golf tournamentBelleville Mennonite School would like to extend appreciation to each player, v
Thanks for supporting BMS golf tournament
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
Belleville Mennonite School would like to extend appreciation to each player, volunteer and sponsor who contributed to our 2015 golf tournament held Friday, June 26, 2015 at Lewistown Country Club. The tournament raised $6,700 in support of Christian... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Restaurant health inspections: Lots of flies, bad drains with six out of complianceJune 23 • Camp Tuckahoe, Franklin Township • Chili's Grill and Bar No. 1130,
Restaurant health inspections: Lots of flies, bad drains with six out of compliance
The Evening Sun / Posted 22 days ago
June 23 • Camp Tuckahoe, Franklin Township • Chili's Grill and Bar No. 1130, West Manchester Township • China One, Carroll Township • Codorus Snack Bar, Penn Township • Colonial Coffee Shop, York • Dollar Tree No. 4622, Newberry Township •... Read more
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York Daily Record
Restaurant health inspections: Lots of flies, bad drains with six out of complianceJune 23 • Camp Tuckahoe, Franklin Township • Chili's Grill and Bar No. 1130,
Restaurant health inspections: Lots of flies, bad drains with six out of compliance
York Daily Record / Posted 23 days ago
June 23 • Camp Tuckahoe, Franklin Township • Chili's Grill and Bar No. 1130, West Manchester Township • China One, Carroll Township • Codorus Snack Bar, Penn Township • Colonial Coffee Shop, York • Dollar Tree No. 4622, Newberry Township •... Read more
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The Morning Call
Going pedestrian friendly: Lower Macungie connects walkwaysFor years when Tom Devine wanted to make his way from his Lower Macungie home i
Going pedestrian friendly: Lower Macungie connects walkways
The Morning Call / Posted 24 days ago
For years when Tom Devine wanted to make his way from his Lower Macungie home in Legacy Oaks active adult community to the Wawa at Route 100 and Willow Lane, he would have to take his wheelchair into the streets for parts of the trip. Not anymore. A... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Get groceries without entering the store, Weis unveils online shoppingMore grocery shoppers can now avoid waiting in line by going online, as Weis Ma
Get groceries without entering the store, Weis unveils online shopping
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
More grocery shoppers can now avoid waiting in line by going online, as Weis Markets begins offering online ordering at some of its stores in Northeast Pennsylvania on Aug. 9. By adding stores in Clarks Summit, Dallas and Mountaintop to the other 29... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Customers saddened by Nell's sale, but some employees see a bright futureLoyal customer Nell's John Panciera, of Penn Township, has been shopping at Bal
Customers saddened by Nell's sale, but some employees see a bright future
The Evening Sun / Posted 28 days ago
Loyal customer Nell's John Panciera, of Penn Township, has been shopping at Baltimore Street business for about four years, he said. Panciera lives across from Grandview Plaza and enjoys the setup of the grocery store's sections, specifically the... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Weis Markets purchasing Nell's Shur-fine MarketWeis Markets said it will purchase the location and assets of Nell's Shur-fine
Weis Markets purchasing Nell's Shur-fine Market
The Evening Sun / Posted 29 days ago
Weis Markets said it will purchase the location and assets of Nell's Shur-fine Market from C&S Wholesale Grocers in Penn Township, according to a news release. Once the deal is completed, Weis plans to relocate its Baltimore Street store nearby to... Read more
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York Daily Record
Weis Markets purchasing Nell's Shur-fine MarketWeis Markets said it will purchase the location and assets of Nell's Shur-fine
Weis Markets purchasing Nell's Shur-fine Market
York Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
Weis Markets said it will purchase the location and assets of Nell's Shur-fine Market from C&S Wholesale Grocers in Penn Township, according to a news release. Once the deal is completed, Weis plans to relocate its Baltimore Street store nearby to... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
OUT THERE: Sky captain ready to fly at festYou do not have to be savoring the sharp Italian spices of your favorite spiedi
OUT THERE: Sky captain ready to fly at fest
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
You do not have to be savoring the sharp Italian spices of your favorite spiedie to enjoy one of the main attractions at Spiedie Fest & Balloon Rally this weekend. All you have to do is look up. A kaleidoscopic landscape of hot-air balloons will be... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Weis to offer online shopping, at-store pickupSUNBURY — Local Weis Markets in Clarks Summit, Mountain Top and Dallas will beg
Weis to offer online shopping, at-store pickup
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
SUNBURY — Local Weis Markets in Clarks Summit, Mountain Top and Dallas will begin offering Weis Online Shopping at stores on Sunday, Aug. 9. The system allows customers to order and pay for groceries online at WeisMarkets.com/Online Shopping and... Read more
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FOX 40 Binghamton
Spiedie Festival and Balloon Rally Details []Local News Festivities kick off this Friday afternoon at 3:00. Buttons for ad
Spiedie Festival and Balloon Rally Details []
FOX 40 Binghamton / Posted 30 days ago
Local News Festivities kick off this Friday afternoon at 3:00. Buttons for admission to all events can be purchased at different locations around the area including Weis Markets, Wegman's, Horizons Federal Credit Union and the Oakdale Mall Office... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Lifestyle briefsPublic Library to hold August events The following events will be held at the
Lifestyle briefs
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted a month ago
Public Library to hold August events The following events will be held at the Montgomery house Warrior Run Area Public Libary during the month of August. Book discussion group - 7 p.m. Aug. 11. Discuss the book of the month. There is a reading list... Read more

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