Press Enterprise 30 Day Archive

February 18, 2017
Town needs grant for faster access to clues
BLOOMSBURG — Town police may soon have software to bypass locked cell phones and look deep into data to restore deleted...
BLOOMSBURG — Bloomsburg University graduates have sifted through the contents of Osama bin Laden’s hard drive and...
DANVILLE — A stolen pack of socks from the Dollar General here turned into a $10,000 tab for Montour County. Misty...
Millville neighbor says drug bust didn’t surprise
MILLVILLE — For the last six months, cars have been coming and going at all hours from Kyle Renner’s Millville home,...
MOORESBURG —A Danville man and a Pottsville woman were each taken to the hospital Friday afternoon following a two-...
BERWICK — Two elementary schools went into lockdown Friday after someone reported seeing a man with a gun in west...
February 17, 2017
Woman seeking Columbia County post after filing federal lawsuit
BLOOMSBURG — A deputy sheriff says she’s running for election against her boss for his job as Columbia County Sheriff,...
Bloomsburg officials aim to redistribute longer-term downtown spots
BLOOMSBURG — Motorists who park in metered spots downtown should prepare to cope with changes in where they put their...
Columbia County probation visit ends with Berwick arrests
BERWICK — A visit from probation officers to a trailer home off West Front Street here turned up six bottles that had...
Man allegedly exposed himself to girl, 7
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A man exposed himself to a 7-year-old girl and touched her genitals inappropriately while...
Authorities say man was investigated for child abuse before
CATAWISSA — A man who allegedly punched his 5-year-old son in the face so hard it left a mark isn’t allowed to have...
February 16, 2017
Berwick-area heroin dealer facing sentencing on run after chase
SCOTT TWP. — A wanted man led police on a high-speed pursuit that spanned two counties and lasted at least 20 minutes...
Benton-area man unlicensed, uninsured, led chase, charges say
SCOTT TWP. — A Benton-area man was driving without a valid license or insurance, had a fake inspection sticker made of...
Son accused of lifting card, taking out $80; brother ID’d suspect
BLOOMSBURG — A man allegedly stole an ATM card from his elderly mother while visiting her at Bloomsburg Towers on West...
DANVILLE — A little honesty earned a Danville DUI defendant a break in Montour County court recently. Mark Vanatta, 56...
Police: Berwick woman mumbled, had beer on passenger seat
CATAWISSA — A drunken driver kept thanking police “for no reason” and blowing kisses to the officer who had pulled her...
Bloom zoning officials said Mainville man should have researched the town’s rules, records show
BLOOMSBURG — A property owner complained about wasting his time and money as town zoners refused to let him rent his...
February 15, 2017
Supervisors delay relaxing rules that may allow more big hog operations
EAST BERWICK — Salem Township is facing pressure from the state attorney general’s office to loosen restrictions on...
BU expert’s research yields 3-D image for exploration of asteroid
For the Press Enterprise BLOOMSBURG — In the dark and cold of outer space — roughly three times as far from the sun as...
Bail stays at $300G for man allegedly wed to mom, teen
SHAMOKIN — A bail bondsman accused of bigamy and illegally possessing firearms spent Valentine’s Day in handcuffs at...
Southern board boss says gym classes would use surface in addition to team practices and games
FRANKLIN TWP. — Barbara Splitt confronted Southern Columbia’s elected school directors this week, asking them to...
Headquarters of force in bad shape, councilman says, but more information is needed
DANVILLE — Danville’s police station is in shambles, a councilman says, and there’s talk of moving it to the borough...
February 14, 2017
Rural Orangeville land will house compressor site
ROHRSBURG — An energy company paid more than $784,000 for an Orange Township property where it plans to build a...
Hemlock man fights to have hunter charged with cruelty
HEMLOCK TWP. —Lance Nielsen dug up his two dead dogs in December and drove them to Cornell University for necropsies,...
The state’s game laws allow hunters to shoot dogs who are attacking game animals and also allow them to shoot coyotes...
But developer’s ‘upscale’ housing faces early hurdles
MAHONING TWP. — A developer wants to build a “cluster development” of 145 apartment units off Bloom Road, he said...
Woman pleads guilty to endangering three young kids by leaving them in boyfriend’s care at shelter
DANVILLE — A mother who said she ignored warning signs her children were being beaten bloody by her boyfriend pleaded...
Berwick teen apologizes for behavior at pellet-gun hearing
BERWICK — Two boys and a man accused of firing high-powered pellet guns into a house were scheduled to be released...
February 13, 2017
Berwick-area man isn’t sure new proposals would have saved daughter slain by ex
SALEM TWP. — Ever since Jennifer Bower was murdered by her ex-boyfriend here in 2015, her father has been fighting to...
HARRISBURG — Statewide in 2015, domestic violence incidents claimed the lives of 68 women and 45 men, according to a...
Calls for police help went up 13 percent
BERWICK — Arrests dropped here last year, even while calls for police help went up. That’s because crime is down, said...
Benilda Merolli’s grandchildren want to solve mystery of her death
What was described by some passersby as a pile of rags in the Susquehanna River in 1932 became the start of an ongoing...
Official: Jonestown-area building engulfed when crews arrived
FISHING CREEK TWP. — Fire leveled an unoccupied house along Winding Road here Sunday afternoon, a fire official said....
Victim agreed to reduced charges, DA says
DANVILLE — A Danville man was recently allowed to plead no contest to reduced charges after being accused of raping a...
February 12, 2017
Years after move from Puerto Rico, Bloom residents feel more rejected
BLOOMSBURG — The Valentin family had just moved here from Puerto Rico the first time they encountered a hateful slur...
Lime Ridge resident out nearly $400 says she’s disappointed
LIME RIDGE — Some 16 months after a military balloon broke free in Maryland, dragging a heavy, mile-long cable that...
Jackson Hewitt at Walmart refunds fees, but clients feel shortchanged
BUCKHORN — Ten days ago, Trystin Gearhart and Jeff Watkins were strangers, just two guys getting their taxes done at...
Federal jury clears park over New Yorker’s claims
WILLIAMSPORT — A federal jury has ruled against a woman who sued Knoebels Amusement Resort over her injuries from a...
Catawissa teen blamed truck’s swerving on mishap while shifting gears, officers say
LOCUST TWP. — A Catawissa teen was high — his tongue still stained green from smoking marijuana — when police spotted...
February 11, 2017
Huge turbine headed to Berwick area
BERWICK — Motorists traveling local roads over the next few days may encounter the first of two gigantic turbines...
Southern school officials reported boy’s alleged abuse
CATAWISSA — A Catawissa man punched his 5-year-old son so hard, the right side of his face was still red when the child...
Landlady, customer say ‘abandoned’ business owes them
BLOOMSBURG — Mail Room Etc., a package-shipping business here for more than 25 years, has closed without notice,...
MIFFLIN TWP. — A traffic stop on Interstate 80 for illegally tinted windows led police to two men from the Dubois area...
Gov. Wolf also named in case alleging oppression of black people
HUNLOCK CREEK — An inmate at the state prison here is suing new U.S. President Donald Trump, accusing him of...
February 10, 2017
Nurse in Berwick alleges hours were cut after she reported harassment
BERWICK — A nurse who says the Berwick Hospital Center cut her hours in retaliation for reporting sexual harassment...
Official: Hemlock Township roads were slick
HEMLOCK TWP. — A PennDOT plow truck got stuck in a ditch on Frosty Valley Road here during the snowstorm Thursday...
Knoebels and PPL fight legal action after Elysburg man says he was injured
CLEVELAND TWP. — A camper was hurt badly when something exploded at a Knoebels-owned campground, showering him with...
BLOOMSBURG — An intoxicated Bloomsburg woman handed a neighbor her keys and ran inside her house after she struck a...
Officials: Millville woman, 53, suffered bad cut to leg in Eyers Grove
EYERS GROVE — The driver of a pickup was taken to the hospital with a severe laceration to her leg after a head-on...
February 9, 2017
Chief: Force is again short three officers
BERWICK — The search for new police officers may soon be on again after the last full-time hire quit only three days...
Berwick woman is year’s first reported drug fatality in county
BERWICK — A Berwick woman’s death last week has been ruled a drug overdose, the first to be reported in Columbia County...
Former Bloomsburg man appears on doctor’s show to help other addicts
BLOOMSBURG — Two years ago, Owen Hager was sitting in jail for the umpteenth time — the result of an addiction to...
Bloomsburg man allegedly preyed on minors
SCRANTON — A Bloomsburg man awaiting trial in the alleged kidnap and rape of a 14-year-old suburban Philadelphia girl...
Montour County official retiring, moving with wife to the South
DANVILLE — Montour County Treasurer Jesse Kline is retiring and not seeking another term in office. Kline and his wife...
February 8, 2017
Woman allegedly stole $1,700 using borough’s debit card
CATAWISSA — A former Catawissa employee is accused of using a borough-issued debit card to make purchases for herself...
‘I thank the jury,’ says defendant who lost job over charges
BLOOMSBURG — A jury took less than an hour Tuesday to acquit a Bloomsburg man of molesting the teen daughter of his...
Berwick-area charity plans indoor trading post for fresh food, crafts
BERWICK — The Berwick Area United Way is hoping to bring the fun and benefits of a farmers’ market indoors, where it...
Two wives of gun suspect who lists office address in Bloom are mom and daughter, prosecutors allege
SUNBURY — A bail bondsman is a convicted felon himself, living under a fake name and a bigamist to boot, charges say....
Some question cost as district eyes $4M in other work
FRANKLIN TWP. — Southern Columbia’s school board remains split over investing an estimated $1 million in taxpayer money...
February 7, 2017
Police: Berwick-area tot found safe in car that rolled out of sight
BRIAR CREEK — A statewide search for an abducted toddler ended early Monday when the missing car she was riding in was...
Rescuers free trapped Berwick woman from car over embankment
FISHING CREEK TWP. — A 73-year-old woman was flown to the hospital after her vehicle jumped a guardrail and crashed...
Chest-baring meant to disprove accuser’s story of cutting bond
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg-area man accused of molesting a friend’s teen daughter bared his chest for jurors Monday...
Owner of defunct store must pay manufacturer for merchandise and legal fees, plus interest
VALLEY TWP. — A furniture manufacturer has won a civil judgment against the embattled owner of the former Rudy’s Mart...
Child’s vehicle checked as precaution, responders say
MONTOUR TWP. — Rescuers turned out in force when someone spotted what appeared to be an ATV submerged nose-first in the...
February 6, 2017
Amber Alert for Berwick-area girl interrupts Super Bowl
BRIAR CREEK — An Amber Alert for a missing toddler interrupted Sunday night’s Super Bowl broadcast, about 90 minutes...
No birds in rural Danville building; firefighters save nearby home
LIBERTY TWP. — A fire leveled a family’s chicken barn at a Mennonite farm here Sunday afternoon, but friends said there...
Man allegedly sold fatal heroin dose to newspaper worker
BLOOMSBURG — An Orangeville man suspected of selling the heroin that killed a Press Enterprise pressroom worker last...
Officers say heroin, pills LSD, crack, and can of whipped cream found with Bloom-area suspect
ESPY — A man found passed out in his car in the Sheetz parking lot reportedly had a stash of drugs, including LSD,...
38 winners took home about $39G, according to records
Santa Claus was super stingy to local lottery players in December 2016. The largest prize won by anyone was just more...
February 5, 2017
North Centre owners hope to have barrel racing up and running by July
NORTH CENTRE TWP. — The couple who fought a proposed rodeo complex for over a year has dropped a lawsuit that had...
Mifflin driver hit with three sets of charges in less than two months
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A man who ran his pickup into the back of a tractor trailer on Route 11 was drunk, police say. Not...
CEO: First Columbia bought $395G parcel next door to add parking
BLOOMSBURG — First Columbia Bank and Trust recently bought the property next to its East Street main branch in hopes of...
Classic themes of nostalgia, celebrities tiptoe around political divisions
NEW YORK (AP) — Super Bowl advertisers are treading carefully this year to avoid alienating customers as a divisive...
Mahoning won’t charge hook-up fees
MAHONING TWP. —Some homes in Cooper Township will be getting sewer service thanks to a new agreement with Mahoning...
NEW YORK (AP) — The Super Bowl isn’t just played on the field. Just as intense is a battle off the field to win viewers...
February 4, 2017
Teen’s head went through pickup windshield in collision with rig outside Danville, fire official says
VALLEY TWP. — A teen riding in a pickup that collided with a rig Friday on Route 54 suffered severe cuts and massive...
Work on natural gas project through area could begin soon
TULSA, Okla. — A federal agency gave its final approval to the Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline Friday, the same...
BU protesters decry Trump immigration order
BLOOMSBURG — A native of Syria, a woman who has lived much of her life in the Mideast, and a man with Syrian bloodlines...
Rudy’s Mart allegedly took 19 customers for $15,000
VALLEY TWP. — Criminal charges have been filed against the owner of a now-defunct furniture store for allegedly...
Police: Benton man’s legs hung out window after he KO’d pole in Stillwater
STILLWATER — A man’s legs dangled out the driver’s-side window of his overturned pickup for more than a half hour after...
DANVILLE — A New York fugitive wanted in connection with a shooting in the Bronx was taken into custody Thursday while...
February 3, 2017
Berwick construction company denies son’s leukemia cost man his job
BERWICK — A Berwick construction company “made numerous sacrifices” to help a supervisor whose 3-year-old son had...
‘Heart-wrenching’ loss, demands of emergency work didn’t dim dedication
BLOOMSBURG — It’s the call veteran 9-1-1 dispatcher Chuck East cannot forget, even 15 years later. It was late at...
Ex-Montour County guard still faces trial on drug-ring charges
For the Press Enterprise WILKES-BARRE — A former Montour County prison guard caught up in a Berwick-based steroids...
BUCKHORN — A drunken driver on Interstate 80 rammed another car with such force, it sent the other vehicle spinning...
Supervisor: Customers shouldn’t see service disruption
MAHONING TWP. — In a surprise move Thursday, the township’s water and sewer authority disbanded, only about two months...
February 2, 2017
Nearly $200G given to keep Bloomsburg operation open
BLOOMSBURG — A “fixture of the community” was almost forced to close its doors after funding for free legal services in...
Sweet Valley husband may get four years, be fined more than $500
For the Press Enterprise WILKES-BARRE — A Sweet Valley man is facing a maximum penalty of four years in prison for...
Bloomsburg officials: Drivers will get used to airport lights in time
BLOOMSBURG — A new pulsating beacon light at Bloomsburg’s municipal airport has resulted in a few complaints from...
Geisinger: Jackson, Olivia, Emma were tops in ‘16
DANVILLE — Jackson was the top boys’ name by far in the area last year, according to numbers from Geisinger Health...
Boy allegedly texted about peers he believed were bullies
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A 16-year-old Berwick boy who believed he was being bullied by other students at Columbia-Montour...
February 1, 2017
United Way CEO: Cuts are possible after drop in payroll-deduction gifts
BERWICK — The Berwick Area United Way fell more than $81,000 short of its fundraising goal this year, leaving it with...
Student calls Trump moves ‘reminiscent of Nazi Germany’
Editor's note: The time of Friday's vigil was omitted from the original article. The gathering begins on Bloomsburg...
Rural Briar Creek man must comply with manure rules, judge says
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A court has ordered a farmer to implement and maintain safeguards against manure runoff into a...
Police: Robbery victim found bloodied, suspect OD’d on her bed
BERWICK — A woman testified she had an out-of-body experience as two robbers beat and choked her. “I was floating...
Harbor Freight discounter to break ground soon on 1.65-acre parcel it leases from fire company
BUCKHORN — Harbor Freight, a discount tool and equipment chain, is set to break ground on a new store here within the...
January 31, 2017
Owner counters animal was healing and blames overzealous informant
COOPER TWP. — The SPCA seized a horse Friday from a property here because it was injured and thin, the agency says....
Pizza entrepreneur branches out, offering home-style cooking
BLOOMSBURG — A new downtown eatery aims to serve home-cooked meals and satisfy the late-night cravings of after-bar...
Manager: EFO signed lease to share former Sears with gym chain
BUCKHORN — A furniture store is coming to the Columbia Mall. EFO has signed a lease to take up the remaining space...
Partners want to develop 130 acres in Valley Township
VALLEY TWP. — Supervisors here voted for a zoning change in 2008 to allow a business park to be built, but now they are...
School exec stepped down for ‘personal reasons’ after less than two years on job, board boss says
BENTON — The Benton Area School District is once again looking for a superintendent. Last night, the school board...
January 30, 2017
Agency reports building fault, lax inspections led to rupture
UNITYVILLE — A natural gas pipeline that ruptured here in June 2015 remains inactive almost 20 months later while the...
Millville woman wins only partial judgment in suit against SPCA
MILLVILLE — A veterinarian sued the SPCA for failing to pay for hours she billed, including time she spent researching...
Wheelchair-bound Elysburg teen sees game of a lifetime in London
ELYSBURG — Being confined to a motorized wheelchair with muscular dystrophy has robbed Nick Jessick of physical...
Forks Farm operators chosen as model of sustainability
FISHING CREEK TWP. — More than 30 years ago, Todd and John Hopkins of Forks Farm decided to switch from raising cattle...
Geisinger seeks 21-year-old’s medical records
DANVILLE — A 21-year-old woman became paralyzed from the waist down after Geisinger surgeons operated on her spine, a...
January 29, 2017
Danville-area man crushed between machines in his barn, authorities say
LIBERTY TWP. — A farmer’s wife found him crushed to death between two tractors in his barn along Jackson Road here,...
Owner overcomes setbacks, finds right staffing recipe to return
BERWICK — In July 2012, Steve Sorce threw his hands up in despair and closed his namesake restaurant, he thought for...
Man describes bracing for impact, preparing himself ‘for the worst’
BLOOMSBURG — A drunken driver was confronted in court by the driver he struck, who described bracing himself moments...
Suncom Industries employee was on way home from work when cars collided, authorities say
MAHONING TWP. — The passenger killed Friday in a head-on collision has been identified as a Suncom Industries employee...
Shickshinny suspect allegedly waited for victim to leave tavern
HUNLOCK TWP. — A woman was severely beaten and sexually assaulted after leaving a bar by a man who lay in wait for her...
January 28, 2017
Developer files challenge to force Town Council to consider project
BLOOMSBURG — A nurse’s tearful pleas for her nephew — dead of a drug overdose — and the district attorney’s urging did...
BLOOMSBURG — Police evacuated three homes here Thursday night after discovering a wanted man sleeping next to an active...
Cops: Drivers hurt in head-on crash in Mahoning Township
MAHONING TWP. — A Danville man died Friday when the small car he was riding in appears to have crossed the center line...
Police: Ex-Hunlock Creek resident accused of repeatedly abusing girl
HUNLOCK CREEK — A 38-year-old man is accused of repeatedly raping and molesting a 7-year-old girl. When Timothy Allen...
BERWICK — A thief recently broke into the Freas Convenience Store, stealing cash and dozens of cartons of cigarettes,...
January 27, 2017
North Centre business losses estimated
BLOOMSBURG — Some 30 courtroom spectators erupted in applause Thursday when a judge ordered opponents of a proposed...
Couple in Orangeville area alleges 84 Lumber bungled building jobs
FISHING CREEK TWP. — After four years, three contractors, three decks and $24,000, Henry and Mary Leonhard have ended...
Officials object to ‘Avenue Q’ material
DANVILLE — The curtain fell on a play Danville High students had already begun work on when its contents were deemed...
Town woman allegedly tried to blame husband
NORTHUMBERLAND — A 23-year-old Bloomsburg woman allegedly texted a nude photo of herself to an underage girl, then...
Catholic school and church next door to spot under investigation
BLOOMSBURG — Police are investigating a suspected meth lab at a home on Iron Street here —just one door down from a...
January 26, 2017
Commissioners: Nearly all residents will need update for 9-1-1 response
DANVILLE — Most homeowners in Montour County will soon be getting a new address, so emergency responders can find homes...
Woman freed from SUV that hit doe near Catawissa
CATAWISSA TWP. — A driver was knocked unconscious briefly after her SUV hit a deer, leaving the vehicle precariously...
Case claims GMC docs left woman scarred, in pain
DANVILLE — A woman suffered genital tissue necrosis after Geisinger doctors improperly treated a laceration during...
Woman was prosecuted for taking Benton pupils on a wild ride in 2014
WEST HEMLOCK TWP. — The former bus driver prosecuted in 2014 when she took Benton students on a bizarre, profanity-...
Tips sought on two suspects in change-making trickery
BRIAR CREEK — A man stole $200 from a cashier at the Surplus Outlet by asking for change for large bills, then using...
January 25, 2017
Berwick workers call police when they discover the source of smoke
BERWICK — Workers for Knorr Hauling discovered the remains of a methamphetamine lab in the trash after some garbage...
Bloom owner allegedly failed to pay $25,000
BLOOMSBURG — A downtown restaurant owner here is facing a slew of criminal charges stemming from his alleged failure to...
Police: Bloom man’s BMW skidded into Amish carriage driven by teen
ANTHONY TWP. — No one was hurt Tuesday in a slushy crash involving a horse-drawn buggy and a BMW crossover — much to...
Young says doors will be locked from now on after thief made off with $200 in coins
ROHRSBURG —Chris Young arrived home Friday evening and noticed coins scattered in his breezeway. The Columbia County...
Without prior warning, Town Police are forced to improvise
BLOOMSBURG — After three months of engineering, six dry runs, and 41 days of travel under his belt, engineer John...
January 24, 2017
Official alerts businesses to beware after faux Benjamins found in area
BERWICK — At least four counterfeit $100 bills have been discovered in Berwick and Nescopeck, and an official at a...
Victim cut from car after collision with SUV just outside Elysburg
MAYBERRY TWP. — A Hughesville man was killed Monday night in a crash along Route 54 near Elysburg. Donald Bowers, 29,...
Bloom takes a first step toward seeking $10.2M for project
BLOOMSBURG — Town council took the first step toward expanding the floodwall last night, agreeing to spend nearly $100,...
Suspect asked for ‘five warning shots’ to his chest during arrest for giving teens booze, officers say
BERWICK — A Hispanic man accused police of being racist and asked for “five warning shots” in the chest after he was...
Danville defendant receives similar penalty for threats to wife, dog
DANVILLE — A man who shoved his mother over a deck railing and a husband who terrorized his wife with a gun were...
January 23, 2017
SPCA eyes charges for motorist who picked up abandoned pug
MILLVILLE — A man who recently found an abandoned pug tried to turn it over to the SPCA, but now he might be facing...
Owner says registration rule came as a surprise after 20 years in business
BLOOMSBURG — A local gym failed to register with the state for two decades, and now it’s been fined $1,500, according...
Innovative Berwick mentoring program wins only grant in Pa.
BERWICK — After great success with its one-on-one mentoring, the Berwick YMCA will be doing a new group mentorship...
Police say he tried to get into house and vomited into shrubs
BLOOMSBURG — A Berwick man who vomited while holding 23 packets of heroin after attempting to enter a home last summer...
Woman, 21, faces contraband case in addition to slew of charges
BLOOMSBURG — A woman jailed as an alleged accomplice in a Schuylkill County kidnapping and attempted murder last fall...
January 22, 2017
Foundation in Berwick area backs economic development, legal aid
BERWICK — A fund devoted to promoting the health and wellness of the Berwick area is now dipping a toe into economic...
PSPCA asks court for control over late resident’s dogs, cats
DERRY TWP. — After a woman died alone in rural Montour County, she left behind two dogs and three cats inside her dirty...
Trump demonstrators tote signs at fountain in Bloom, attracting lone counter-protester
BLOOMSBURG — About 50 protesters, some wearing pink “pussyhats,” gathered at the fountain square on Market Street...
BLOOMSBURG — Three more former Bloomsburg University football players have pleaded guilty to conspiring to assault two...
Police: Suspect told sister theft was ‘no big deal’
BLOOMSBURG — A man who used his mother’s credit card to withdraw $502 at four ATMs around Bloomsburg told his sister it...
January 21, 2017
Trump calls for ‘new vision’
WASHINGTON — Pledging emphatically to empower America’s “forgotten men and women,” Donald Trump was sworn in as the...
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A woman who crashed her vehicle into a building outside Berwick and caused about $6,000 in damage is...
Montour Township fire victim had been due to come home from hospital
MONTOUR TWP. — A fire Friday morning swept through a small home here, killing the family’s four dogs and nearly burning...
Teenage girl back with her family, authorities say
BERWICK — A Berwick woman accused of helping to beat and rob another woman with the help of a male accomplice, then...
Lightstreet man must have mental-health evaluation
BLOOMSBURG — A Lightstreet man arrested for violating his ex-wife’s protective order for a fourth time was sentenced...
January 20, 2017
Business allowed to host weddings, but supervisors set rules for events
BEAVER TWP. — The township supervisors last night granted the owners of the Pump House Bed and Breakfast permission...
Berwick pair is accused of beating and robbing friend
BERWICK — Police are looking for a woman they say helped beat and rob another woman, then disappeared with her...
Town man allegedly had an open beer
BLOOMSBURG — A man who told police he’s “new to the area” was driving at twice the alcohol limit when stopped here for...
BLOOMSBURG —The National Guard is usually called on to help communities during emergencies like floods or severe storms...
Catawissa Township snafu shut roadways, required heavy-duty aid
CATAWISSA TWP. — A box truck got hung up on a guardrail at Wonderview’s entrance on Thursday, forcing authorities to...