25 Years Ago
Road Work Stops for Winter
December 16, 2021
Herald of Dec. 12, 1996
Work on the Rt. 36 bypass at Loysburg stopped for the winter. The project was reported to be 75 percent completed.
The Friendship Fire Company added a 1996 Salisbury rescue truck to its fleet. The new truck cost $366,000. The truck was expected to last 25 to 30 years.
About 100 people turned out for a community tree lighting ceremony at the Morrisons Cove Home. Geraldine Hinkle, a resident who was known as “Mother Christmas” in Bakers Summit where her home was a holiday attraction, had the honor of turning on the tree lights.
Two juveniles were cited for theft...