Press Enterprise 30 Day Archive

May 1, 2016
University wins no favors with free football tickets, lunch, Gordner says
STATE COLLEGE — Penn State offers free football tickets to lawmakers, but the university will not say why. State Sen....
Bloom-area man allegedly tried to break appliances
MONTOUR TWP. — A man head-butted his girlfriend and bloodied her nose while she held her 1-year-old during a fight at...
Police: Driver swerved to miss a car, crashed
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A Berwick-area man wiped out a utility pole and flipped his SUV after swerving to miss another...
Three women charged in scheme
BUCKHORN — Police say three women tricked Walmart out of gift cards worth $169 by returning stolen razor blades on two...
Berwick man facing mandatory 25-year term wins stay to get legal advice; the other defendant is eligible for parole after serving 449 days in lockup
BLOOMSBURG — Two Berwick men who admitted to possessing kiddie porn were in court recently for sentencing, one of them...
April 30, 2016
Activist says cannabis oil eased detox without being highly addictive
WASHINGTONVILLE — Robert Billhime was near tears describing the three excruciating “worst days of my life” while...
Victorian-era fan is buried in style
BERWICK — A Berwick historian who pined for the ornate beauty of the Victorian age was buried Friday with the funeral...
BLOOMSBURG — A cashier has admitted stealing $510 from her register while working at Weis Markets here, police said....
Briar Creek Township woman threatened to drown daughter, Berwick man tells judge
BERWICK — A woman threatened to drown her 11-year-old daughter while giving the girl a bath, the child’s father alleges...
Ground rumbled miles away, witnesses say
GREENSBURG — A natural gas pipeline exploded in a towering, roaring fireball Friday, destroying a home several hundred...
April 29, 2016
But executives in Washingtonville say less gypsum an ‘irritant,’ not a disaster
WASHINGTONVILLE — As coal falls out of favor as a power-plant fuel, wallboard operations like the one in...
Neighbor’s concern sent Scott Township man into rage, authorities say
SCOTT TWP. — A man used the blunt end of a screwdriver to beat an 8-week-old kitten, then tried to pass her bloodied...
BENTON — The Benton Fire Company’s popular water battle will return to this year’s firemen’s carnival as the four-day...
SCOTT TWP. — An off-duty officer having lunch at Wendy’s saw a man dancing around, lifting up his shirt and “causing a...
Woman insists man on house arrest used ‘scrubbing bubbles,’ which contain alcohol
BLOOMSBURG — A mother tried to prevent her son from being sent back to jail for drinking while on house arrest by...
April 28, 2016
Bloomsburg Police would prefer peace
BLOOMSBURG — The town stands to bring in about $48,000 in fines from citations issued for Block Party, but police say...
Neighbors feared runoff woes from townhouses
ESPY — Scott Township zoners have rejected plans for a 23-unit townhouse complex proposed for a 5.6-acre property along...
Bloomsburg-area pals suffer broken bones, burns in mishap
LOCK HAVEN —A dozen Bloomsburg-area fishing buddies were eating breakfast on a second-story deck Saturday when they...
Columbia Mall shop selling off merchandise starting today
BUCKHORN — The Hallmark store in the Columbia Mall is closing, but it will sell off everything before it does. The...
Spokesman cites expense, low price of natural gas
SALEM TWP. — Work on building a third reactor for the nuclear plant here has been suspended, and it doesn’t look likely...
April 27, 2016
Scott zoners let Berwick flock lease, upgrade building vacant for 13 years
SCOTT TWP. — It appears that after 13 years sitting vacant, the former Giant building along Route 11 near Sheetz has a...
Republican front runner still in fight for state’s delegates
HARRISBURG — Billionaire real estate developer Donald Trump and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won...
But area GOP voters fall in step with state, choosing favorite
Democrats from Columbia and Montour counties went against Democrats statewide Tuesday, supporting Bernie Sanders over...
Trump lures Danville-area vet to polls
COOPER TWP. — A 93-year-old World War II veteran voted for the first time in his life Tuesday, casting his ballot for...
Fumes from outdoor welding sparks scare at Foss Clinic
MAHONING TWP. — Smoke from welding work outside Geisinger Medical Center’s Foss Clinic here Tuesday was responsible for...
Accused trespasser charged with felony assault
MAHONING TWP. — A man who barged his way into an apartment during Bloomsburg’s Block Party got in more trouble when he...
April 26, 2016
Bloom man found in street allegedly socked ER security guard
BLOOMSBURG — An intoxicated man found lying along Miller Avenue ended up going to the hospital where he punched a...
16,000 supporters throng arena for White House hopeful’s message
WILKES-BARRE TWP. —With 10,000 supporters filling the Mohegan Sun Arena, and another 6,000 faithful outside, Republican...
BU, merchants must help halt growing chaos, officials say
BLOOMSBURG — From her home wedged between upper and lower campus, Kim Shetler has watched Block Party expand from a...
Columbia meetings slated to explain applications
ESPY — Property owners in flood-prone areas of Columbia County may be eligible for up to $80,000 in federal funding to...
‘MyCode’ program screens for genetic risks of disease
DANVILLE — More than 100,000 people have volunteered to have their DNA analyzed by Geisinger researchers to see if they...
April 25, 2016
Evidence linking seized bags of cash to drug trafficking ruled inadequate
BLOOMSBURG — Police seized $11,000 in cash, tucked neatly into two vacuum-sealed bags, during a traffic stop that ended...
Records show ousted instructors demanded millions of documents
BLOOMSBURG — After their latest lawyer quit over disagreements on strategy, two ex-professors are now representing...
Catawissa woman thought she struck rock, kept going, chief says
MONTOUR TWP. — A bicyclist was badly hurt when an 89-year-old woman’s car struck him from behind Sunday afternoon,...
Driver allegedly admitted downing several beers and shots before wreck around 9:40
SCOTT TWP. — A driver had a blood-alcohol level nearly four times the limit before 10 a.m. when he crashed his pickup...
Finance fair teaches students the hard truths about budgets, savings
DANVILLE — High school students were given a glimpse of the financial stresses that await them at the Service 1st...
April 24, 2016
Lawsuit: Bloom-area teacher exploited ‘vulnerable’ 17-year-old
MAHONING TWP. — A 17-year-old inmate had sex with a female teacher at a juvenile jail here, and now he’s suing her for...
Berwick pair allegedly cooking volatile drug nabbed in speed stop
MIFFLIN TWP. — A police officer found a bubbling bottle of methamphetamine in a car late Friday after he stopped two...
Catawissa-area native returns to roots with custom hair-care factory
CLEVELAND TWP. — Tucked in between acres of farmland and miles of forest in rural Catawissa, two MIT graduates are...
The Purse Pouch can kiss my fanny pack. Normally $9.99, I snagged the “perfect place for your purse” at Weis in...
Republican voters also must choose delegates behind presidential hopeful
Press Enterprise Managing Editor Picking your favorite presidential candidate on the ballot Tuesday isn’t enough to...
April 23, 2016
Salem Township supporter set up camera to capture suspects
SALEM TWP. — Vandals used a knife Thursday night to tear up a 4-foot by 8-foot Donald Trump banner that John Bower...
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — Gregory Fox had just moved back to the small home he owns along Briar Creek after serving a four-...
GOP presidential candidate cracks jokes and stumps in Scranton
SCRANTON —Mary Ann McGuire was just knee-high when she was trailing her grandmother stumping door-to-door for the...
Bloomsburg businessman alleges he’s lost money due to Orange Township officials
ORANGE TWP. — In a new twist in their dispute over a sewage treatment plant, a Bloomsburg businessman is counter-suing...
VALLEY TWP. — Grease from meatballs cooking on a stove caught fire and quickly spread out of control at a Danville-area...
April 22, 2016
Mainville-area woman says treat damaged her tooth
MAHONING TWP. — A woman broke her tooth when she bit into a cookie from Sheetz that contained a hard object, a new...
Jerseytown man says painter is trying to get out of repaying $420
DANVILLE — A woman claims her ex-boss gave her $420 as a gift, then demanded it back when she rebuffed his romantic...
Lightstreet man kicks off Scranton rally as other locals show support
SCRANTON — A Lightstreet man kicked off a campaign rally for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders here Thursday. The...
Prince, among most inventive musicians of modern era, dies
CHANHASSEN, Minn. (AP) — Prince, one of the most inventive and influential musicians of modern times with hits...
Ex-Nescopeck resident cannot be around children
For the Press Enterprise SHICKSHINNY — A former Nescopeck man with mental illness has been charged with...
April 21, 2016
Rescuers called to Berwick store for unresponsive pair
BERWICK — A man awoke in the Turkey Hill gas station parking lot early Wednesday to find his two friends passed out on...
Trio faces trial for home invasion, threatening Shickshinny-area couple
For the Press Enterprise SHICKSHINNY — Three men accused in a brazen home invasion outside Shickshinny waived...
New patching method set for Montour County
Work on a multi-year, $30 million reconstruction project on Interstate 80 covering most of Montour County will continue...
Man’s daughter, her husband accused of conspiracy
MAHONING TWP. — A woman sneaked her ailing father out of a nursing home, against the wishes of other family members,...
April 20, 2016
Attorney asserts that Salem Township lacks authority to stop Talen Energy plan
SALEM TWP. — The township’s zoning board decided Tuesday night it had no choice but to defer to the federal government...
Cops: Inspection sticker expired; Bloomsburg man may be charged
BLOOMSBURG — Careening down Lightstreet Road without brakes, his 19-week pregnant girlfriend in the passenger seat,...
NESCOPECK TWP. — High up in the sky, pilot John Lewallen thought he was a dead man. His ultralight aircraft was upside...
DANVILLE — A Danville Borough councilman and his wife pleaded guilty Tuesday to disorderly conduct for a domestic fight...
Town board seeks grants to protect homes and schools
BLOOMSBURG —Town officials have taken a first step toward a decades-long dream — a floodwall that would protect schools...
April 19, 2016
Veteran found in river had also been drinking, coroner reports
BERWICK — A man who drowned in the Susquehanna while fishing with a 6-year-old boy last August had a high level of...
Bloom heart-attack survivor suffers head injury in Route 11 wreck
ESPY — A head-on collision between a pickup and an SUV sent one driver to the hospital with a “deformed skull” and...
BERWICK — A 21-year-old man accused of using Facebook to solicit sex from underage girls faces new charges after two...
All March lottery wins total $92G, with top jackpot of $3G
The luck of the Irish was with 79 local lottery players who won prizes this March totaling $92,505. Still, there were...
Exec received $2.1M cash bonus, records show
ALLENTOWN —The CEO of Talen Energy, which operates the Susquehanna nuclear power plant near Berwick, received $9.5...
April 18, 2016
Chief: Block Party on track to set crime record
BLOOMSBURG — The crush of revelers at student homes along Fetterman Avenue reached into the thousands Saturday, one of...
BLOOMSBURG — A drunken stranger barged into a Lightstreet Road apartment during the annual Block Party Saturday and...
Boss brings 3-D printer, film studio, map software to Bloom High
BLOOMSBURG — Bloomsburg Area High School was planning to cut its librarian position in May 2014. Instead, it...
System investigating claims that surgeon missed bleed in brain
DANVILLE — A 36-year-old man died after a cranial surgery because a Geisinger neurosurgeon didn’t stop a brain...
Wolf’s signature makes state 24th to OK therapy
HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania has become the 24th state to legalize a comprehensive medical marijuana program....
Settlement to compensate employees for giving up benefits
BERWICK — Four workers laid off by the Berwick Area Joint Sewer Authority last month will share $83,242 in exchange for...
April 17, 2016
Talen Energy appealing Salem’s rejection of vaults for spent fuel
BELL BEND — Talen Energy is running out of storage space for spent radioactive fuel from the two nuclear reactors at...
Millions on move, other oddities alert watchdog group
MAHONING TWP. — A group of concerned citizens wants to know why more than $3 million in township money was moved around...
Weekend keeps Bloom tattoo shops busy
BLOOMSBURG —Garrett McCleery’s decision to get a tattoo during Bloomsburg’s Block Party weekend came just 24 hours...
BLOOMSBURG — Temperatures in the 70s brought crowds swarming to the annual Block Party Saturday, the town-wide drinking...
Chief clerk leaving this month after 25 years helping run the county
BLOOMSBURG — Columbia County Commissioner Dave Kovach and county Chief Clerk Gail Kipp acknowledge now that Kovach was...
Two men from Berwick, one from Millville banned from women who allege abuse
A Berwick man followed the mother of his children all the way to Wilkes-Barre, she claims. Eloiso Pineda, 33, was...
April 16, 2016
Sweet Valley suspect allegedly run off by bigger firearm
FAIRMOUNT TWP. — A drunken man who believed his wife was cheating on him held a family at gunpoint while looking for...
As trust in provost wanes, surveys eyed
BLOOMSBURG — Bloomsburg University’s leader believes the school is making headway to address fissures between faculty...
BU educator’s early enthusiasm for politics helped him land job
BLOOMSBURG — Growing up in Los Angeles in the 1960s, Bloomsburg University professor Jim Tomlinson landed an...
BLOOMSBURG — A loyal supporter of the Republican Party since before he was old enough to vote, Jim Tomlinson...
Police: BU coed darted in front of car, which was damaged
BLOOMSBURG — A car struck a woman on East Street after she darted in front of it Friday afternoon, police said. Nikita...
Police say man using painkiller endangered children
ESPY — A man who accidentally set a couch on fire early Sunday has been charged with recklessly endangering two young...
April 15, 2016
Cops found infant reeking of marijuana in Berwick trailer
BERWICK — A 20-year-old man high on synthetic marijuana allegedly threw his infant son across the room. Seamus Harry...
Rescuers aim to recruit Southern Columbia’s students as volunteers
FRANKLIN TWP. — Fire departments low on manpower recently tried a new approach to attract young members, recruiting...
DANVILLE — A borough councilman and his wife are both charged in a domestic incident Wednesday night, police say....
Piglets and their home were saved, Millville chief reports
JERSEYTOWN — A sow caring for a litter of piglets likely knocked over a heat lamp aimed to keep her little brood warm...
Victim agrees to deal for apologetic road-rage driver
CATAWISSA — A Lightstreet man whothreatened to kill a stranger in a road-rage incident chatted amicably with the victim...
April 14, 2016
Shamokin-area man stopped near town, said he was looking at streams for fishing
SCOTT TWP. — A 74-year-old state parolee was busted here Tuesday with a large amount of cocaine and money in his car...
Remains could belong to missing Bloomsburg man
RUSH TWP. — A forensics archeological team will try to identify the human remains found along the Susquehanna River...
Woman: Madison Township bust was case of wrong place, wrong time
MILLVILLE — When Whitney Stewart needed a place to stay recently, his friends offered him a basement room at their...
Some protesting health-cost and pension plans, transfers
BUCKHORN —About a dozen local Verizon landline and cable employees joined a strike by some 36,000 workers Wednesday,...
Apples and strawberries also survived frost, family says
FRANKLIN TWP. — Last week’s cold temperatures killed off the cherry crop at Rohrbach’s Farm here, but the peaches...
April 13, 2016
Board votes to drop per capita levy, saving every adult in district $10
BERWICK — School directors here are planning to cut taxes next year — a move almost unheard of, especially this year,...
Rural Orangeville driver, 71, thrown from rolling vehicle, state troopers say
CLARKSTOWN — An Orangeville-area man died Monday morning in Lycoming County when he was thrown from a rolling van...
Man and wife hurt after he missed sign, hit pickup, police say
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A man and woman in their 80s were both transported to a hospital Tuesday after the man drove...
Contract offers health options similar to ones teachers receive
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A strike threatened today by Central Columbia support staff was averted Tuesday as union members...
150 turn out to hear proposed fixes for dangerous Danville-area intersection
VALLEY TWP. — Adding a roundabout along with other improvements is the best option to reduce crashes near Routes 54 and...
April 12, 2016
Berwick suspect reportedly confessed to sex abuse of 6-year-old
BERWICK — A 75-year-old borough man sexually abused a little girl eight years ago, telling police he would “play around...
Berwick Police: Weapons charge dropped here, but ATF will likely pick up case
BERWICK — A Berwick man accused of creating a homemade arsenal that included exploding arrow bombs saw his most serious...
Couple says complex is commercial project, doesn’t fit farm area
NORTH CENTRE TWP. — A couple living near the site of a proposed rodeo complex has filed an appeal in county court to...
Recent frigid nights had farmers scrambling to save buds
Fruit growers pulled all-nighters trying to save their harvest from last week’s cold snap. Now, they’re nervously...
75 turn out to plan playground overhaul
DANVILLE — About 75 people showed up Monday night in an effort to save Kidsville at the Washies playground. “I’m...
Victim mixed Xanax, marijuana wax, official says
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg University freshman who accidentally overdosed in his dorm has died after spending nearly a...
April 11, 2016
Alleged accomplice tried to rip off van’s license plate, flee, charges say
SCOTT TWP. — A woman confronted for shoplifting began throwing stolen DVDs and other items all over the store, court...
Power company securing loans with area plants
BELL BEND — Talen Energy is borrowing more than $3 billion, putting its power plants in Salem Township and...
Amish family spared serious harm; horse bolts, but is rounded up, OK
GREENWOOD TWP. — An Amish family on the way to Sunday morning services escaped serious harm when a car hit their horse-...
Bloomsburg motorist faces DUI charges
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg woman who nearly struck an officer with her car as he was conducting a traffic stop along...
Completed registration forms due Friday for music contest
BLOOMSBURG — Musically talented teens will again get their chance to shine at this year’s First Columbia Teen Star...
April 10, 2016
Bloom eighth-grader’s essay leads to ‘crazy’ plea to board
BLOOMSBURG — Eighth-grader Zipporah Hornberger recently stood in front of Bloomsburg Area’s school board, shaking...
Retirement will idle Orangeville shop for the first time since 1911
ORANGEVILLE — Come Saturday, Main Street in Orangeville will be without a barber shop for the first time in 105 years...
Six prisoners seek nearly $2M from Columbia County
BLOOMSBURG — Six inmates have sued Columbia County officials for a total of $1.9 million, claiming their civil rights...
Future engineer organized project with mentors at high school, BU
BLOOMSBURG —A Central Columbia senior is a published author in an academic journal. Stephen Eyerly, 17, and his...
STATE COLLEGE — State university professors have delayed taking any strike action until after the academic year ends in...
April 9, 2016
Law enforcement, state and school officials discuss problem
FRANKLIN TWP. — Local students as young as sixth grade have been known to spread explicit images of one another, firing...
Cops: Man had surgery
FERNVILLE — A fight between two men at a bus stop left one of the combatants with facial fractures that required...
Addition will allow travel from Riverlands to Nanticoke park
SHICKSHINNY — The Susquehanna Warrior Trail is growing longer — workers have started building a new section that will...
Bloom chief promises ‘zero tolerance policy’
BLOOMSBURG — For the second year in a row,no one has applied for a large-party permit ahead of the April 16 Block Party...
BLOOMSBURG — The union that represents Bloomsburg University’s faculty as well as educators from the 13 other State...
April 8, 2016
Suit: Pets part of Berwick woman’s estate
BERWICK — A man is suing his dead sister’s boyfriend for refusing to part with her two toy poodles, court records show...
Sister pleads guilty to theft and is fined
BERWICK — The nun who made headlines across the nation when she was caught stealing at a store has now pleaded guilty...
Millville, Bloom educators transform classes using hybrid format
MILLVILLE — At certain times each day, Jennifer Snarski’s first-grade classroom at Millville transforms into three...
SCOTT TWP. —An indoor soccer facility here abruptly shut down April 1, offering refunds but little explanation,...
SHICKSHINNY — A scammer made a major mistake when she tried to trick a local man — she pretended to be calling on...
April 7, 2016
Woman’s federal lawsuit against Columbia claims unfair treatment
BLOOMSBURG — A female deputy sheriff is suing the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office for sexual discrimination. Sheriff...
Spencer in-law a step nearer facing charges in area
BLOOMSBURG — Murder suspect Anthony Rocco Franklin’s stay in Argentina may soon be coming to an end. Franklin, whom...
Boards from historic county poor farm building will go into attraction
BLOOMSBURG — Officials are planning a good ol’ fashioned Amish barn-raising at the 2016 Bloomsburg Fair, after getting...
Officials: Talks progress; school would stay open
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — Central Columbia is still bracing for a possible April 13 strike by about 30 cafeteria, custodian...
Millville-area man accused of cooking drug at kin’s home seeks rehab stay
MILLVILLE — A Millville-area man accused of operating a meth lab at his mother’s house is now trying to get into a...
April 6, 2016
Southern official insists executives shop for rate less than $105 an hour
FRANKLIN TWP. —Southern Columbia has been paying a plumber $105 an hour for his services, and now a school director...
Danville playground’s fate hangs in balance, fire company hosts say
DANVILLE — Kidsville at the Washies playground needs volunteers to get it ready for summer or it could be demolished....
Despite Dem drives to register residents, area Republicans gain triple the members
BLOOMSBURG — Republicans drew three times as many new voters in Columbia County as Democrats, despite concerted efforts...
Probation violator: ‘He loves his beer more than me’
BLOOMSBURG — A Berwick woman must stay in jail for three more weeks for violating her probation by going back to a man’...
Nescopeck man worked on massive landscape jigsaw for two years
NESCOPECK — Carl Whitmire has a passion for puzzles. He once spent 500 hours over two years putting together a giant...
April 5, 2016
Talen mum on possible refit to add natural gas
WASHINGTONVILLE — The long-term fate of the coal-fired power plant here could be decided in the next 90 days. That’s...
Police: Residents insisted on doing cleanup themselves
JERSEYTOWN — The residents of a home that contained a meth lab told police they would clean up the potentially toxic...
Up to 2,000 throng Berwick church, say goodbye to storied coach
BERWICK — Mourners came from all over the country, then stood in a chilly drizzle Monday to say goodbye to Coach George...
Trio took $300 in merchandise, Tri County Lumber boss says
BERWICK — A security camera caught a thief stuffing a tool down the back of his pants before going to the counter to...
Stricken Danville driver ‘blacked out,’ police say
MAHONING TWP. — A car ended up on top of a guardrail and nearly struck a mail vehicle Monday when the driver suffered a...
April 4, 2016
Officials explain manager raises, say they’ll review their stipends
BERWICK — Berwick Area Joint Sewer Authority board members get $350 per month for a service that Danville board members...
BERWICK — Four positions became unnecessary after the Berwick Area Joint Sewer Authority made some changes in how it...
Man may block access to rural Columbia lot if dumping doesn’t stop
FISHING CREEK TWP. — Dale Ruhmel has allowed fishermen to park on his property here for a few years now, but he’s...
Suspect allegedly vandalized cells, swatted a guard
PAXINOS — A Paxinos man drilled holes in his bedroom wall to spy on young girls while they changed and used the...
Student may have been drugged
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg University student may have been drugged and sexually assaulted in a residence hall early...
District couldn’t find enough substitutes to stay open, super says
BERWICK — Classes at Berwick Area School District have been canceled today after too many people called off work to...
Class leads state in stock market game, at one point turning $100G into $121G
BERWICK — A team of Berwick students rocketed to lead the state in the Stock Market Game Legislative Challenge. The...
April 3, 2016
Berwick husband is accused of holding blade to woman’s throat and abdomen
BERWICK — A Berwick man accused of holding a steak knife to his wife’s throat, back and stomach fought back tears in...
Soccer spectators chase couple of scared pets after suspected DUI wreck outside Central High
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — The crowd at a soccer match rallied to chase down two frightened dogs who fled the wreckage of...
Water and sewer official: Media presents distorted information to residents
MAHONING TWP. — The township’s water and sewer authority has hired a public relations firm to give residents “more...
Teen invites other players to ‘hit a knee’
BERWICK — A 17-year-old football player organized a short tribute to Coach George Curry that drew around 125 people to...
BERWICK — The Berwick Theater and Center for Community Arts closes its doors today for a three-month hiatus. But when...
April 2, 2016
Berwick mourns as Coach Curry succumbs at age 71
BERWICK — School and borough flags were lowered to half-staff Friday as Berwick mourned George Curry, the winningest...
Man racks up slew of charges after allegedly fleeing over inspection sticker
BERWICK — A driver led police on a chase out of town and back, blowing through 18 stop signs, dumping his Jeep at...
Local judge dismissed charges
DANVILLE — A state appeals court has reinstated DUI charges against a Mahoning Township woman whose case was dismissed...
Woman, two tots OK after wreck near Southern Columbia schools
LOCUST TWP. — A mother and her two small children were taken to the hospital after the woman tried to shoo a mosquito...