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Central City, Pennsylvania Funeral Homes
305 Central Avenue
Central City, Pennsylvania 15926
(814) 754-5222
Central City, Pennsylvania Obituaries and News
Coroner rules NJ Penn State student’s death accidental February 07, 2017

Piazza was a 2015 graduate of Hunterdon Central Regional High School, where he played football and was on the spring track team. His funeral is scheduled for Saturday, with a wake on Friday. Donations in his name can be made to what his obituary calls his ... (nj1015.com)

Mild this morning, but turning colder during the day: Kate Thornton's forecast February 07, 2017

Getting colder today: A cold front is moving across central New York this morning ... and warnings are concentrated more for northeast Pennsylvania, the Catskills, lower Hudson Valley and New York City area. Lake effect Thursday night: Colder air and ... (LocalSYR)

Bald Eagle Spotted In Pennsylvania With Leg Trap Clamped To Talon February 07, 2017

“Obviously no one should try to handle the bird.” The bird was photographed Sunday afternoon in Bonneauville, a town about five miles from Gettysburg in south-central Pennsylvania. Looker said eagles need their talons to hunt, eat, perch and defend ... (Klahoma's Own Channel 9)

Mary Helen Holt February 07, 2017

In 1981, Mary Helen was chosen Mother of the Year in Farmer City. In 2005, Mary Helen and Gene were awarded Outstanding Volunteer of the Year from East Central Illinois Council on Aging. Over the years, Mary Helen was a Brownie and Girl Scout leader ... (Pantagraph)

Philadelphia Goes Over the Tax Cliff February 08, 2017

Most of these beverages have an additional Pennsylvania ... administrations, the city has deteriorated to the point where when I visited a few years ago I didn’t even recognize the neighborhood around LaSalle University or Central High School. (American Thinker)