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Mansfield professor has second edition of book published

October 22, 2015 MANSFIELD — Nancy Sidell, interim dean of the College of Professional Studies and professor of social work at Mansfield University, has had the second edition of her book, “Social Work Documentation... more »»

Apples, salami come together in autumn salad

October 21, 2015 I love a salad with sweet, crunchy apples, such as Ginger Golds, especially when paired with salami and wine-marinated mushrooms. more »»

NoMad cookbook: Radishes, roast chicken and Rolling Stones

October 21, 2015 NEW YORK — It all starts with one simple, even lowly ingredient: the radish. more »»

Pet Tales: Ally Cat prefers the fairways

October 20, 2015 As a young kitten adopted from a local shelter five years ago, Ally Cat made it clear that she loved her family but preferred to spend most of her time outdoors on the South Fayette golf course that... more »»

Lifestyle briefs

October 20, 2015 Herr Memorial Library to hold November events MIFFLINBURG — The Herr Memorial Library, 500 Market S. more »»

Teen with nervous disorder seeks dog for independence

October 19, 2015 GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) — Jennifer Inzitari, 19, has bright pink hair, matching crutches and a tattoo near her collarbone reading “Born this wa. more »»

Lifestyle briefs

October 19, 2015 Susquehanna Valley Quilt Guild to hold meeting PENNSDALE — The Susquehanna Valley Quilt Guild will hold its next meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 23, at the Pennsdale United Methodist Church, 658 Village Road. more »»

JVB Check it Out

October 18, 2015 The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., has once again been recognized by the Pennsylvania Library Association and has received two honorable mentions in the Carolyne . more »»

Book review: ‘Finding Audrey’

October 18, 2015 Sophie Kinsella writes books that are both funny and romantic; with her latest, she does quite a bit more. Best known for the “Shopaholic” series (ninth entry due Oct. more »»

How domestic violence affects children

October 18, 2015 (EDITOR’S NOTE: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. more »»

Moments of Motherhood

October 18, 2015 After celebrating my fourth baby’s first birthday, I have come to realize that by the time I am done breastfeeding her, I will have been pregnant and-or nursing for almost a decad. more »»

New beginnings

October 18, 2015 As the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler, it won’t be long until the northern part of the country starts getting a little jealous of the southern state. more »»

A Word, Please Pointers for using commas perfectly

October 18, 2015 A few weeks ago I mentioned in this space that serial commas, also called Oxford commas, are a matter of style. more »»

Creature comforts: Ask Miriam

October 18, 2015 Our Miriam has a flair for offering her two cents to those in need of advice — and also to those who aren’t. more »»

A listing of daily and weekly support groups

October 18, 2015 Various times North Central Sight Services offers a variety of support groups throughout the month for visually impaired residents of Lycoming and Clinton counties. more »»

Palestinian winemakers preserve ancient traditions

October 18, 2015 BETHLEHEM, West Bank — In a valley between Bethlehem and Jerusalem, Palestinians are using native grapes to make fine wines at the site of an ancient church. more »»

Pumpkin spice craze: Hanover-Adams businesses take on the fall trend

October 18, 2015 HANOVER (AP) — As certain as the leaves change their colors, the beginning of fall ushers in a wave of pumpkin-spiced drinks, foods and products to American consumers. more »»

Home Country:The lonely job of a writer

October 18, 2015 Dud walked out in his back yard thinking about his book. It’s so frustrating, and he can’t even talk to Anita about it. There’s a strange thing about writing a book, he learned. more »»

Smart ways to save

October 16, 2015 Being thrifty is nifty, but sometimes it also can be cumbersome, especially when you really want to buy something that’s out of your price range. more »»

Taber Museum to hold society program

October 16, 2015 The Thomas T. Taber Museum, 858 W. Fourth St., will host “The Fiddler Woman” at its society program at 2 p.m. Oct. 18 in the Community Room. The event is free and open to the public. more »»



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