Press Enterprise 30 Day Archive

May 21, 2017
Former Mustang Sally’s hiring dancers, bartenders, ads say, despite legal fight
MONTOUR TWP. — Ads say the former Mustang Sally’s will reopen as a strip club this month, despite a legal battle still...
Homeless man charged with cooking drug near Benton school, dealing, risking catastrophe
BENTON — A man with a previous meth arrest still pending in county court had a pot of meth cooking inside a pickup...
Sellers’ claims of help for ADHD are unfounded, expert warns
MAHONING TWP. — Those new fidget spinners that many kids and some adults seem to have may act as a reward, but it’s not...
Police, ambulances respond to mysterious incident near fire hall
SCOTT TWP. —Police, ambulance crews and a Geisinger helicopter responded to an incident Saturday afternoon on Second...
Arrested in connection to 2015 meth raid, she didn’t know children’s whereabouts at the time
BLOOMSBURG — A woman who couldn’t remember where her five children were after she was arrested in connection with a...
May 20, 2017
South Centre supervisors to hear plan
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A Berwick trash hauler wants to build a waste transfer station inside a vacant farm tractor...
BLOOMSBURG — A woman who was supposed to complete 20 hours of community service instead forged the signature of an...
Manager ‘heartbroken,’ while customer rues loss of convenient store
MILLVILLE — The manager of Millville’s Family Dollar store says she’s “teary-eyed” over the store’s closing on June 24...
FRANKLIN TWP. — The state has approved Southern Columbia school district’s request to raise property tax rates by more...
Turbotville man charged with making threats, misconduct
ANTHONY TWP. — A Turbotville man punched a school bus and threatened to kill the driver, which scared students on board...
May 19, 2017
Berwick mom, teens accused of threats on day of attorney general visit
BERWICK — A mother and her two teenagers forced their way into Berwick High School seeking to fight a student just...
Valley Township employees cull tires; cleanup set for June 3
VALLEY TWP. — When Valley Township employees discovered old tires near Hess Field, they decided to dig them out and...
CATAWISSA — When police raided an underage beer party hosted by a Southern Columbia teen, they found a beer pong game...
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg man has admitted sexually assaulting another employee while working as on-duty manager at...
Officer alleges Illinois man in Lexus reported stolen had cash bundles, marijuana
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A specialized State Police officer who stopped a luxury sedan for “multiple violations” helped...
May 18, 2017
Council policy requires full gear inventory, 20-year purchase plan
DANVILLE — Council here wants the fire department to inventory all its equipment, list expiration and replacement dates...
DANVILLE — Three Danville firefighters and a fire department supporter appear to have won enough write-in votes to make...
But South Centre Police, state investigator don’t share arson fears
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — The owner of a tractor trailer that burst into flames Wednesday thinks a disgruntled ex-employee...
Judge sides with man who helped student
COOPER TWP. — A student loan co-signer sued the man who asked for his help, according to a lawsuit. Danville District...
25-bed facility would become system’s 13th
DANVILLE — Geisinger Health System formally announced intentions Wednesday to take over management of financially...
Ex-junkie calls resistance to proposed rehab ‘disgusting’
BLOOMSBURG — At age 24, Chris Herren was selected by the Denver Nuggets in the second round of the NBA draft. By the...
May 17, 2017
Washingtonville-area farmer enters plea on sex charge without lawyer
DANVILLE — An Amish farmer pleaded guilty Tuesday to molesting a young girl over a period of six years while she and a...
Project is a ‘done deal,’ commissioners tell Danville councilman calling for simpler fix
DANVILLE — A Danville councilman wants commissioners to slow down on a readdressing project to look for an easier...
Benton man tells judge he has scars from 15 Taser jolts
CATAWISSA — The man who led police on a low-speed chase Monday has fled from authorities twice before, according to...
Crawford, DeMelfi, Garman to face two Republicans for three seats
BLOOMSBURG — Newcomers swept the competition for three Democratic nominations to run for open seats on Town Council...
56-year-old hit bridge abutment, drove on; tested at over triple alcohol limit for drivers, police say
DANVILLE — A grandfather on the way to pick up his grandson from elementary school was driving drunk, at more than...
May 16, 2017
Benton man allegedly fled a traffic ticket
BERWICK — A 25-year-old Benton man led police on a low-speed chase through three municipalities after refusing to stop...
Coroner: Sophomore cosmetology student thrown against tree
HEMLOCK TWP. — A 15-year-old girl died Sunday night after she was thrown from her ATV as it crashed down an embankment...
Ex-Navy man picks up clippers, razors to fill void in Catawissa
CATAWISSA — Richard Brassard served the Navy for 29 years, many of them overlapping with his career of 23 years as a...
Switch forces prosecutors to drop two drug counts
BLOOMSBURG — In January, Nykyle Gilliam pleaded guilty to using a cell phone to set up a drug deal here. But when he...
Sweet Valley husband sentenced to 27 to 54 months in prison
For the Press Enterprise WILKES BARRE — A Sweet Valley man loved his wife’s dogs, and killed them only as part of a...
May 15, 2017
Suspect denies targeting vehicle and claims alleged victim was aggressor
BERWICK — Police and a 22-year-old man accused of repeatedly ramming his pickup truck into a Jeep driving in front of...
Berwick program is helping to feed 221 children and 159 adults
BERWICK — The Head Start program here isn’t just preparing preschoolers for school any more; now it’s also feeding them...
Man allegedly tried to defend woman’s honor
BLOOMSBURG — Believing that he was defending a mistreated woman, a Philadelphia man slugged an intoxicated reveler...
CATAWISSA — A motorist is fighting a lawsuit that accuses him of striking a pedestrian then driving off, court records...
Bloom native wins prestigious scholarship to travel, teach English in country she loves
For the Press Enterprise Riannon Caflisch talks about Germany the way some people talk about chocolate — smiling,...
May 14, 2017
Council seeking bids on estimated $337G project at former police HQ
BLOOMSBURG — Town officials here are eyeing an estimated $337,000 overhaul to the section of Town Hall that used to be...
Nest rescue brings new appreciation of a parent’s bond
Never before had I been so elated to have an angry bird dive-bomb me in my backyard. A mother grackle targeted me like...
Missing Persons Day brings together lives in emotional ‘limbo’
MADISON TWP. — When Lisa Allen calls her mom today to wish her a Happy Mother’s Day, she’ll carefully avoid mentioning...
Bloom-area defendant wins a break on sentence
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg-area man whose own lawyer admitted that his client’s arrest record is a “disaster” was...
BLOOMSBURG — A man who put together an arsenal in his Berwick home, along with components to make homemade bombs, has...
May 13, 2017
Retiring president to offer experience in a new role
BLOOMSBURG — In his 43 years in academia, David Soltz has been through an earthquake that cracked a building in half, a...
BLOOMSBURG — Student rentals above the Uni-Mart on Lightstreet Road here have seen the first renovations in years since...
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg University student had the tip of his thumb bitten off during a fight inside an apartment on...
Six years after devastating flood damage, Shickshinny event moves to higher ground
For the Press Enterprise SHICKSHINNY — When he saw the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Lee six years ago,...
Six teens make deal to keep driver’s licenses
CATAWISSA — Several Southern Columbia teenagers who were cited for underage drinking at a party in March learned a...
BERWICK — A former borough councilman faces off against a former borough police officer Tuesday seeking the Republican...
Jeremy Talanca; 41; West Second Street; occupation: Sugar Notch police officer; family: wife Tiffany, children Cadence...
May 12, 2017
Bloomsburg mother charged with child endangerment
SCOTT TWP. — A Bloomsburg woman who admitted drinking earlier in the day allegedly left her 1-year-old son and a dog...
Bloomsburg High grad wins spot in state hall of fame
For the Press Enterprise These days, when Stefanie Williams swims — not often — the pool is outside, it’s summer, the...
CATAWISSA — A Bloomsburg man accused of sexual crimes against two teenage girls is proclaiming his innocence. “Pretty...
Authorities: Contraband found
BLOOMSBURG — A fight between two inmates led to a discovery of two metal shanks and a syringe at Columbia County Prison...
Witness: Good Samaritans rushed to woman in Cooper Township accident
COOPER TWP. — A woman escaped serious injury when her SUV rolled over in the parking lot of a plumbing and heating...
May 11, 2017
Officials: Mounting money, staffing pinch threatens companies’ survival
BLOOMSBURG — There were 72,000 ambulance calls in Columbia County last year, yet two ambulance companies have shut down...
GHS and Highmark planning to build a Montoursville site
DANVILLE — Geisinger Health System and Pittsburgh-based insurance giant Highmark plan to join forces to build a medical...
Wild Bloom crash snaps pole, damages four vehicles and house
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg teen lay face down on Seventh Street yelling for help early Wednesday — his Subaru on fire —...
Party to spend $500 to check on council candidate
BLOOMSBURG — The Columbia County GOP has earmarked $500 to fund an investigation into the eligibility of a Democratic...
Officials say deputy skipped party’s ‘meet-and-greet’
BLOOMSBURG — When Republican candidate Kristie Rospendowski runs for sheriff in the fall, she’ll do it without the...
May 10, 2017
Benton woman allegedly left girls at movies, said she visited ex-dealer
Press Enterprise Managing Editor SCOTT TWP. — A Benton mother dropped off her 13- and 7-year-old girls at the Cinema...
Dig paleontology? Montour Preserve site wins a high ranking
DANVILLE — La Brea Tar Pits; Petrified Forest National Park; the fossil pit at the Montour Preserve. One website says...
Murder charges eyed for supplier of deadly heroin-fentanyl mix, Montour official says
DANVILLE — A young man found dead in a Danville-area home last weekend died of a fatal mixture of heroin and fentanyl,...
Big livestock operations confined to ag district
SALEM TWP. — Large-scale livestock farms, where thousands of animals are raised for slaughter, will not be permitted in...
Council must decide if law on books would allow for complex
BLOOMSBURG — Town council has 60 days to decide whether or not the existing zoning ordinance supports a proposed drug...
May 9, 2017
Manager of Scott auto shop: Complaints to township, state haven’t eased drainage woes
SCOTT TWP. — A road drainage system keeps flooding an automotive garage’s driveway during rainy weather, and it’s...
Council decides not to declare historical significance of house, fearing consequences
NESCOPECK — Fearing future financial obligations, council members decided not to take a step toward saving Cooper House...
Lawyer running for Shick district judge calls anonymous letter ‘dirty politics’
For the Press Enterprise SHICKSHINNY —John McDanel is the only candidate in the race for Shickshinny’s district judge...
Millville-area response closed roads into Monday morning, officials say
MILLVILLE — A 42-year-old woman barricaded herself in her house when mental health workers tried to have her committed...
Autopsy scheduled for 26-year-old Danville-area man
DANVILLE — The Montour County coroner is investigating the sudden death of a young Danville-area man over the weekend...
May 8, 2017
Rural Briar Creek couple accused of selling drug, endangering child
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A man and woman are accused of dealing heroin from a van as the woman’s toddler son sat in the back...
Some Columbia owners see interim bills for property improvements
BERWICK — A “door-to-door” inspection of some of Columbia County’s 33,000 properties has generated $1.1 million in new...
Dad of Bloom man who disappeared, others set event to encourage, too
Press Enterprise Managing Editor BLOOMSBURG — Steven Whitenight Sr. has spent the past 17 months not knowing if his...
Bloom defendant last arrested for stealing $150 in meat
BLOOMSBURG — A woman who appeared in court to face her 10th retail theft charge was sent to state prison after a judge...
Borough woman cashed in on $1 ticket to tune of $150G
A Danville man became a millionaire this March, thanks to a $2 ticket for a lottery drawing game, state records show....
May 7, 2017
Group aims to move 200-year-old house to safer spot in Nescopeck
NESCOPECK — The landmark Cooper House, which is slated for demolition, may escape the wrecking ball. A loosely-knit...
Rural Montour pet owner refused to summon aid, lad and mother claim
ANTHONY TWP. — A dog mauled a boy without provocation, biting him in the head and chest, a new lawsuit alleges. Owner...
Bloom committee hopes folks will park change in unique fund drive
BLOOMSBURG — The tops of some retired parking meters may soon appear around town, looking for nickels, dimes and...
Resident who admitted pestering workers in 2013 now allegedly bothered officials
CATAWISSA TWP. — A man who pleaded guilty in 2013 to harassing township employees is now accused of harassing an...
Bloom man allegedly eluded officers, but tip from motorist helped lead to his arrest
BLOOMSBURG — A drunken driver raced away from police, but officers caught up with him with the help of a tip from...
May 6, 2017
Bookkeeper promises payment plan will drain the debt
BRIAR CREEK — When Ber-Vaughn Pool opens for its second season May 27, it’ll do so with about $912,000 in debt from its...
BERWICK — The Ber-Vaughn pool is offering adaptive swim times and swimming lessons, as well as a chance to become a...
Rescuers had to free Berwick motorist from SUV in South Centre Township
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A Central Columbia senior who flipped her SUV on its side Friday morning told police her tires “...
Athlete is charged with harassment, indecent assault
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg University football player is accused of groping a co-ed’s breast as she was entering her...
Driver earlier killed a pedestrian while intoxicated
BERWICK — A lawyer tried but failed Monday to win dismissal of a drunken driving charge for his client, whose license...
BELLEFONTE — Eighteen Penn State fraternity brothers have been charged with crimes ranging up to involuntary...
May 5, 2017
Police: Berwick thief caught breaking in, resisted arrest
BERWICK — It took “substantial force” for police to arrest a man who they caught breaking into Bob’s Philly Style Subs...
Officials blame fear of attackers
BLOOMSBURG — The Bloomsburg Fair is putting two dozen of its security guards through firearms training this summer so...
But Berwick’s top cop says funding has dried up despite successful busts
BERWICK — A partnership between the attorney general’s office and Berwick that led to the arrests of 475 people on...
BERWICK — Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said he plans to take on large pharmaceutical companies for their...
Approval comes with conditions for safety, aesthetics
ELYSBURG — Ralpho Township’s three-man zoning board voted unanimously Thursday night to allow construction of a 90-foot...
BLOOMSBURG — One man was cited twice for underage drinking in a span of less than 10 hours during Block Party weekend...
May 4, 2017
But council never promised to pay woman to trap, tend strays, president contends
BENTON — It took Evy Lysk nearly a week to trap 20 stray cats hanging around a condemned house in the borough here last...
Scott man, 22, charged with animal cruelty
SCOTT TWP. — An alarmed neighbor called police after she saw Christopher Kreischer leave his home carrying a puppy that...
Water is first key to making your own perfect cup of coffee, experts say
For the Press Enterprise That perfect cup of coffee from your favorite shop — what could be better? But somehow that...
Officials call off effort when no one was at risk near stranded craft
FORKS — A capsized boat hung up on a fallen tree in rain-swollen waters of Fishing Creek prompted a rescue near here...
LIBERTY TWP. — A Danville-area man had sex with a teenage boy several times in a year, the last just before State...
May 3, 2017
Housing authority officials defend New Orleans junket as educational
DANVILLE — Montour County’s Housing Authority spent around $9,500 for two board members and an attorney to attend a...
Berwick woman’s mess has been building for four years, records say
BERWICK — For four years, Dorothy Koscelnick has been letting garbage pile up in the yard of her Brittain Street home,...
Energy firm seeks eminent domain over organic farm
WILLIAMSPORT — An energy firm has gone to federal court seeking eminent domain power to gain access to eight acres of a...
Bloom officer sidelined indefinitely after he allegedly hurt wrist while grabbing suspect
BLOOMSBURG — A town police officer injured his wrist while chasing a college student seen drinking in public during...
Man started printing career as paper carrier
For the Press Enterprise As a Bloomsburg native who loves publishing and Philadelphia, Aaron Javsicas feels that he’s...
May 2, 2017
Dem leader, a longtime Scott voter, running for Bloom council
BLOOMSBURG — Vince DeMelfi’s name is on the May 16 Democratic ballot for a nomination to town council in Bloomsburg,...
Partners’ music-themed beer spot strikes chord with Danville audience
DANVILLE — If you like craft beer and rock music, Rock God Brewing Co. is the place to be. The new brewpub opened its...
Killer’s dad given backup until he hires a defender
BLOOMSBURG — A criminal defender from Lewisburg was appointed Monday as standby counsel for accused killer Anthony...
Man used cord to hang himself in tree, but survived, according to university spokesman
BLOOMSBURG — A distraught Bloomsburg University student tried to kill himself in front of some of his classmates...
Police: Man took $70 from Danville-area woman, failed to shovel
MAHONING TWP. — Police say they’ve charged a man who took $70 from an older woman to shovel her driveway after the big...
Bloom owner allegedly got two painkiller prescriptions in pet’s name
MAHONING TWP. — A Bloomsburg woman who obtained two painkiller prescriptions at the same time for the same dog was...
May 1, 2017
Central, Benton pay instructors who work only for union, group alleges
HARRISBURG — A conservative think tank has alleged that two area school districts were among others across the state...
Club refurbishing and reopening its old-fashioned basement alley
BERWICK — This summer, bowling balls once again may thunder down the alleys of the Berwick Elks Club. For two years,...
Program reaches out with pre-college skills to teens leaving care
BLOOMSBURG — Many foster children end up homeless or in prison after they age out of the program. Bloomsburg University...
Needles, catheters, gloves found in sewer well, official says
MAHONING TWP. — Needles, catheters, rubber gloves and paper towels have clogged up a sewer wet well here, and officials...
$1 rides may help others travel around Berwick
BERWICK — A new bus will provide $1 round-trip rides to and from Ber-Vaughn pool this summer, but adults can also use...
April 30, 2017
Beach Haven 51-year-old faces slew of charges over chase in luxury SUV
HEMLOCK TWP. — A 51-year-old woman in a luxury SUV allegedly led State Police on a highway chase through torrential...
Berwick husband is accused under new and stricter statute
BERWICK — A Berwick man appears to be the first local person charged under a new law making it a crime to strangle...
Dwindling numbers force closure of Berwick’s CWV building
For the Press Enterprise BERWICK — Catholic War Vets Post 1419 is closing the doors of its Monroe Street building...
Outburst included punching man in wheelchair, police say
BERWICK — A 45-year-old man choked and beat his girlfriend, then hit a wheelchair-bound man in the face when the other...
Ex-honor student denies beating, plaintiff’s claims he caused crash
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg University honors student was locked up just days before graduating in 2015 after he...
April 29, 2017
Berwick man, 23, who killed bicyclist jailed in latest case
BERWICK — A drunk driver who killed a bicyclist five years ago is back in court after he was allegedly caught driving...
MILLVILLE — Two deputy sheriffs recognized a wanted man who led them on a chase before he was eventually captured,...
Pennsylvania Outdoor News names columnist its Person of the Year
FISHING CREEK TWP. — When Tom Austin began writing a weekly outdoors column for the Press Enterprise, a typewriter,...
Elysburg man allegedly lacked a license
CATAWISSA TWP. — An Elysburg man who crashed his car into a porch after taking two packs of cold pills and drinking...
BLOOMSBURG —Police raided a fraternity party at 343 Fetterman Ave. Friday evening after organizers advertised the event...
April 28, 2017
‘Dim picture’ feared if Congress goes along with Trump
BLOOMSBURG — When WVIA lost state funding several years back, its TV viewers tuned in to find some of their favorite...
Editor cries ‘fowl’ about misinformation at event in Anthony Township
ANTHONY TWP. — Raising chickens isn’t always easy, so seeking advice on how to do so isn’t uncommon. But there are a...
MONTOUR TWP. — A man is accused of pushing a woman out a second-story window at his home here April 16, causing her to...
Former Montour County prison staffer had role in steroid rings
A former Montour County prison guard was sentenced Thursday to a total of 18 to 36 months in a state prison for his...
U.S. News & World Report bestows silver medal
DANVILLE — Danville Area High School earned a silver medal from U.S. News & World Report, which ranked the school...
April 27, 2017
‘Avenue Q’ motivates theater group to stage online finance campaign
DANVILLE — Earlier this year, school administrators worried about foul language and adult subject matter canceled a...
Owner: Downtown restaurant to get new identity, signs
BLOOMSBURG — The Colorado-based Boston Market restaurant chain has sued Boston Style Chicken in downtown Bloomsburg,...
Nescopeck-area farm event honored with award, inspires music label
For the Press Enterprise Richard Briggs loves the blues. He loves them so much that 20 years ago, he decided to bring...
Syria, Ghana natives vie for president job in May interviews
BLOOMSBURG — A board in Harrisburg will choose between a neurobiologist and a presidential adviser in picking the next...
Man’s guilty plea could result in years in prison
BLOOMSBURG — A former Bloomsburg University marketing student says he made “a very bad decision” when he took a group...
April 26, 2017
Bloomsburg suspect, 24, faces charges in Berwick theft
BERWICK — A burglary victim used GPS tracking software to locate her stolen phone and help direct police to the pair of...
Coroner: Catawissa man, 60, died on the job in Hemlock Township
HEMLOCK TWP. — A township road worker was killed Tuesday when a dump truck he was guiding backed over him, police say...
Millville suspect was allegedly asleep at store’s photo kiosk
BUCKHORN — A Millville man found sleeping at a photo center kiosk in WalMart one recent morning had cocaine in a pocket...
A Danville woman won a whopping $225,000 lottery prize from a $1 drawing game called Cash Five in February. Christine...
April 25, 2017
Mifflin super candidate angry over repeat vandalism
MIFFLIN TWP. — Someone has been vandalizing election signs for a board of supervisors candidate here. Four 4-foot-by-4...
BU students answer with rainbow flags
For the Press Enterprise BLOOMSBURG — A group of Christian protesters opposed to transgender rights showed up on...
Nescopeck gunsmith aims to auction ‘Hart Patriot’ at NRA confab
NESCOPECK — Local gunsmith Bobby Hart has been making custom hunting rifles since he was 12 years old, but he’s pretty...
GMC listed her in serious condition, nursing official says
VALLEY TWP. — A Bloomsburg woman is among three passengers badly hurt in a high-speed crash that killed their driver on...
Bloom leaders praise BU students, police and blame out-of-towners
BLOOMSBURG —Only one resident complained about Block Party during Monday’s council meeting, while officials praised...
April 24, 2017
Coroner: Brooklyn driver fled police at speeds reaching 115 mph on I-80
VALLEY TWP. — A Brooklyn man is dead and his three passengers seriously injured in a crash after a high-speed chase...
BU reveler gobbled uppers on way to lockup, charges say
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg University student repeatedly slapped a police officer in the head then tried to gulp down a...
Driver cut car’s lights after trying to elude traffic stop near McDonald’s in Bloom
SCOTT TWP. — Police are still looking for two men who ran off after leading a chase along Route 11 and Interstate 80,...
Officials: Citations could cost $800
BLOOMSBURG — A “highly intoxicated” Bloomsburg University student triggered an emergency call box on upper campus...
Lucky player bought one of four golden tickets in New Year’s Millionaire Raffle
A local woman won a whopping $1 million lottery prize from a drawing game in January, records show. Christine Hess of...
April 23, 2017
Bloom crowds start early, go for hours despite chill, drizzle
BLOOMSBURG — It’s just past 8:30 a.m. and Andrew Paolucci is standing in his underwear along Lightstreet Road sipping...
Court appeal addresses music curfew for wedding receptions
BEAVER TWP. — The owners of the Pump House Bed & Breakfast have gone to court, challenging conditions imposed by...
BLOOMSBURG — A Philadelphia man was jailed for trying to start a riot during Block Party on Saturday afternoon, charges...
BERWICK — Police have charged a man they say stole a grill donated to the Berwick Senior Center. Rick L. Smethers, 63...
Most serious count of resisting arrest dropped
BERWICK — A teenager accused of threatening a Dunkin’ Donuts manager and then struggling with police saw one charge...
Berwick man’s Chevrolet landed in small stream, police say
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A car careened downhill through the Rolling Pines golf course Saturday when a man watching his son...
April 22, 2017
Some close to avoid hassle, others staff up
BLOOMSBURG — The Bloomsburg Diner won’t be open today or Sunday. In fact, John Sikalias plans to keep his business...
Police: Fugitives took a bus from Arkansas
BLOOMSBURG — A fugitive couple on the run from Arkansas police are locked up in Columbia County Prison after Bloomsburg...
Authorities: Renter trashed Catawissa home
CATAWISSA — A woman quit paying her rent and abandoned her home here, leaving behind a cat, two ferrets, and two dead...
BLOOMSBURG — A man and woman were charged with open lewdness after police caught them engaging in a sex act in an alley...
Newspaper employee’s house was damaged in Salem Township
SALEM TWP. — A father and son escaped to safety as flames tore through their bi-level home on Mingle Inn Road here...