A large crowd turned out at the Arrowhead Restaurant on Thursday afternoon for the dedication of a memorial to long time manager Patty Hackenberg.
Fifteen year Arrowhead Restaurant year employee Beryl Smyth places a white rose at the base of a memorial for Patty Hackenberg, the restaurants long time manager, at the restaurant on Thursday afternoon during a memorial service.
Senator John Gordner engages with Midd-West High School students Sam Plummer, Emma Hostetler, Danielle Herman and Dylan Hassinger about the stock market game they are all participating in.
Senator John Gordner, left, talks with Midd-West High School students DeVaughn Johns, Hunter Jordan, and Evan Herbster, about the stock market game on Thursday morning.
Danville High School students Jake Huron, left, Ethan Bulger, and Maddie Roth, talk with Senator John Gordner about the stock market game on Thursday afternoon.
Senator John Gordner talks to students at the Danville Middle School on Thursday afternoon about the stock market game.
Big clouds on blue skies could be seen along Route 642 in Valley Township on Thursday afternoon.
Oxford Area High School swimming coach Brandon Hargraves talks while getting a bite to eat at Amami in downtown Lewisburg on Wednesday after the morning swim session at the PIAA state meet.
Mary Eileen Balte talks about her daughters first experience at the PIAA state swim meet on Wednesday.
Swimmers, their coaches and parents, walk toward the dinning hall at Bucknell University on Wednesday afternoon after the first PIAA state swimming session.
Matt Stephens assembles a new lap counter on Tuesday before the start of the PIAA State Swim Meet at Bucknell University.
It was a full room for Monday's Sunbury city council meeting.
Joseph Drost talks about his daughter Emorie and her health complications associated with her Adams Oliver syndrome.
Pam Arnold talks about getting the pool at Bucknell ready for the PIAA State Swim meet.
Sarah Gaughan tries to put pants on her daughter Emorie Drost who was born with Adams Oliver syndrome.
Sarah Gaughan holds her daughter Emorie's feet, which were both turned in when she was born as well as the toes being fused together.