As with last week, these pictures show the Valley blooming in springtime.
Enjoy this slice of life set:
Yesterday was one of the most shocking crashes I’ve seen in awhile: a dump truck sideways after it smashed into a business in Atlas.
Luckily, No one was seriously hurt. But it was truly something that made you just….stare.
Here’s some photos from the scene:
There’s a new batch of spectacular reader photos submitted to dailyitem.com.
Here’s some of my favorites:
Sunday, Milton High School honored its two wrestlers who competed at Hershey in the state tournament.
The pair rode into the high school on a fire truck, then a small ceremony was held in the school’s auditorium to honor their accomplishment.
Here’s some extra photos:
My 16-year-old sister was in need of her first job, so we went to the place where I got my first job: the Knoebels Job Fair.
I wrote a preview saying they were expecting about 1,100 people.
Trust me, they got them.
It was packed. Here are some photos to prove it, courtesy of Michael F. Gillan photography (aka my fiance’s cell phone).
You may have noticed that at DailyItem.com you can now upload your own photos for our reader slideshow.
Each week, The Scrapbook selects one to feature, and the photos are featured on our homepage.
And these photos are good.
Here’s some of my favorites – check out the rest at DailyItem.com.
Yesterday, on the way to and from an accident scene, photographer Rob Inglis and I were caught in the middle of the snowfall that blanketed the area yesterday morning.
The roads in northern Northumberland County were terrible!
Here a shot (Don’t worry – I wasn’t driving!)
— Ashley Wislock (@wisashl) February 19, 2013
Apparently, the roads in Snyder County were just as bad:
— Nikki Krize (@NikkiKrize) February 19, 2013
What were the roads like where you were? Any photos to share?
Here’s some more photos from the scene of the deadly crash in Mt. Carmel Township Monday.
Read more about the crash here. It’s under investigation, we’ll keep you updated as things unfold.