Press Enterprise 30 Day Archive

May 28, 2015
Victim’s loved ones offer teary testimony about his loss
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg-area man who stabbed and killed his best friend two summers ago was sentenced to 10 to 20...
Police say Catawissa driver hit Ford truck
MONTOUR TWP. —Two flagmen were sent to a hospital Wednesday morning after their pickup was rear-ended by a Catawissa...
Attorney questions couple’s ‘truthfulness’
BLOOMSBURG — The lawyer for a couple who is suing Knoebels wants off their case, saying their claims are inconsistent...
Police: Man’s lover sought help after second assault in days
CONYNGHAM TWP. — After a tryst in the woods, a man choked his girlfriend, threatening to kill her and toss her body in...
DANVILLE — A Danville pair made several attempts at stealing a man’s safe filled with more than $7,000, police say....
DANVILLE — A Danville-area man had heroin on him and ran when police showed up to investigate the robbery of a safe,...
May 27, 2015
But Berwick coach says if he’s healthy and wanted, he’ll return
BERWICK — Longtime Berwick football coach George Curry submitted a letter of resignation Tuesday saying he would leave...
DeLuxe officials: Staff to be laid off temporarily
BERWICK — DeLuxe Building Systems will lay off many of its 180 workers temporarily this summer while the plant is...
Colonial fort’s monument rededicated in Lightstreet
LIGHTSTREET — In 1778, this part of the Susquehanna Valley was an unfriendly place for Colonial settlers. As the...
WILLIAMSPORT — Mumia Abu-Jamal’s federal lawsuit against Geisinger lasted about as long as his brief medical stay there...
Suspect left soda, authorities say
BERWICK — Timothy O’Dell asked family friend Kalin Long to pick him up some soda, then fell asleep. When O’Dell awoke...
Berwick husbands agree to avoid women, records show
BLOOMSBURG — A man sent a text message to an ex-girlfriend, saying he wanted to taste her blood, she claims. Michael...
May 26, 2015
Admitted armed robber apologizes to pistol-whip victim
BLOOMSBURG — A former Bloomsburg University student was sentenced to state prison for up to four years for pistol-...
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A drunken driver cut off a police car, then openly sipped on a beer after he was pulled over, court...
Chevy engulfed in Berwick
BERWICK — More than a dozen firefighters suited up only to stand by as a Chevrolet Cavalier was fully engulfed in...
Fire chief: Volunteers retrieve victim in Mayberry Township
MAYBERRY TWP. — A 19-year-old man slipped on a path near Beaver Dam here Memorial Day, plunging 300 feet down the rocky...
CATAWISSA — A man who fled Wal-Mart after stealing a 40-inch LED television was slapped with more charges and suffered...
May 25, 2015
Either possible extension project hinges on federal or state money
BLOOMSBURG — Town officials are taking the first steps to extend the floodwall now being built to protect two...
Historians seek military stone for prominent Shick man who served in WWII
SHICKSHINNY — When World War II veteran William Adkins died in 1949, all the businesses here shut down for his funeral...
Packs allegedly fell from pockets in Bloomsburg
BLOOMSBURG — A woman found bleeding from her head last Christmas morning told police she had injured herself by jumping...
Police: Motorcycle, car collided on Route 11
SALEM TWP. — A Catawissa man was killed Sunday morning in a head-on collision with a sedan on Route 11 just south of...
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A Berwick woman twice sold heroin to a confidential police informant last month, court records show...
May 24, 2015
Millville ranked at bottom of area’s seven districts by financial website
A financial advice website says Danville Area gives its community the “best bang for its buck” among the seven public...
Rural Bloom woman allegedly stole car in Nescopeck, headed south with boyfriend
NESCOPECK — A rural Bloomsburg woman and her boyfriend were jailed in Alabama as fugitives earlier this month only days...
Methodist congregation champions 207-year-old Berwick-area site
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — The 207-year-old Old Stone Church has fallen into such disrepair, one caretaker feared for its...
Most serious charges dropped in deal that would free suspect
BLOOMSBURG — A Berwick man who cut a woman in the shoulder with a steak knife in a drunken rage last summer has pleaded...
Renters end up owing Bloom woman more than the $950 in rent she originally sought
BLOOMSBURG — When a landlady sued three former tenants for $950 in rent, the trio responded with its own lawsuit,...
May 23, 2015
Meth suspect is accused of forging checks in Danville
BLOOMSBURG — A skateboarder who whizzed by a wreck here and grabbed a safety cone that was helping to direct traffic...
Officers: Bloomsburg addict attacked cop as part of mischief spree
BLOOMSBURG — Barricaded inside a Main Street apartment, a Bloomsburg man dangled a giant stuffed monkey — the kind you’...
Four-year contract vows teacher raises
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — Central Columbia’s school board recently approved a four-year teachers contract that hikes salaries...
DEP has started spraying for black flies
HARRISBURG — The gnats that bedevil us outdoors in summer are under attack. The state has begun spraying to control...
Man sees one charge tossed as witness testifies about OD
BERWICK — Terrell Slaughter’s girlfriend rushed to wake her family at 2:30 a.m. after he overdosed on a potent mix of...
May 22, 2015
Buckhorn townhouses need approvals
BUCKHORN — As many as 40 upscale townhouses are being planned for an old horse farm along Route 42 near the Columbia...
DANVILLE — The Montour Preserve should stay open for the next year thanks to more than $100,000 in donations. The...
Mount Pleasant Township family safely escapes fire
MOUNT PLEASANT TWP. — Fire ripped through a log cabin here Thursday but the family made it out safely. Flames erupted...
Spokeswoman: 85 new workers hired
DANVILLE — Geisinger Health Plan shed 70 employees from multiple departments in recent months. During that same period...
SALEM TWP. — A mother traveling with her 10-year-old daughter fell asleep at the wheel of her SUV, which careened...
May 21, 2015
LIghtstreet-area man stole $6,000 in gift cards from store, police say
BUCKHORN — A Wal-Mart employee stole 80 gift cards worth nearly $6,000 from his workplace in a months-long spree,...
Danville neighbors argue against ‘eyesore’ that would bring in $14G a year for DACC
DANVILLE — The Danville Area Community Center wants Verizon to build a cell tower on its lot so it can start collecting...
Bloom councilman back in race due to Republican support
BLOOMSBURG —Democratic Councilman Frederick Trump appears to have secured himself a spot on the Republican ticket in...
Youth allegedly with girl, 17, carrying drug items
BERWICK — When a wanted 19-year-old from Berwick was captured, he had 38 heroin bags stuffed in his pocket, charges say...
Berwick woman says her child’s dad wasn’t welcome
BERWICK — A woman said she let her child’s father sleep on her couch when he was kicked out of rehab, but that didn’t...
Police: Danville pickup driver pulled into path of biker at Bloom crossing
BLOOMSBURG —A Danville man pulled his pickup from a stop sign and into the path of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle...
May 20, 2015
Early results: Anti-discrimination supporters in running for Bloom council
BLOOMSBURG — A retired Bloomsburg University professor appears to have unseated Councilman Fred Trump, according to...
Voters ignore party backing in the run for commissioner
BLOOMSBURG — Turns out, Republican voters in Columbia County didn’t put much stock in GOP leaders’ endorsements for...
DANVILLE — Tuesday’s primary may have settled the race for Montour County commissioner months ahead of the November...
MAHONING TWP. — Challenger Bill Lynn appears to have ousted longtime Mahoning Supervisor Christine DeLong from office,...
Stubborn injury kept Texas trio from keeping last year’s date
BLOOMSBURG — When ZZ Top had to cancel last year’s Bloomsburg Fair show, the Texas rock trio made a promise to return...
Convicted cop killer seeking end to alleged isolation has since been released, official says
DANVILLE — Geisinger Medical Center was sued in federal court earlier this week for allegedly denying any outside...
May 19, 2015
Officials strike tentative deal with new firm; $83G raised
DANVILLE — It appears the Montour Preserve will remain in operation thanks to some generous donors, the intervention of...
Driver, 30, dies when car, RV crash on I-80
MIFFLIN TWP. — A woman was killed when she lost control of her car on Interstate 80 and traveled all the way across the...
Vodka bottle, adult toys strewn from wreckage along Route 61
SHAMOKIN TWP. — A Shamokin woman was killed Monday when she was thrown from her car as it flipped in the air, a witness...
Man hit all Cash Five numbers
Daniel Shuman of Bloomsburg kicked off spring in grand style thanks to a $325,000 lottery prize. While most local...
Accused conspirators in custody fight need new court date
BERWICK — Three people accused of forcing their way into a house to snatch a child in a custody dispute were turned...
Polls are open today from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. for the primary election. Registered Republicans and Democrats are...
May 18, 2015
Berwick woman charged with endangering unborn child
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A 24-year-old woman has been charged with endangering her unborn child more than a year after she...
Stuie crew prefers bid of quieter site at BIDA
BERWICK — The borough repeatedly told local historians that if they ever got a Stuart tank, they’d be welcome to...
Donated $3G system to keep eye on children, possible criminals
BLOOMSBURG — A pair of infrared cameras trained on Kidsburg will capture children at play as well as vandals or other...
Police: Bloom man smashed pickup into minivan
BRIAR CREEK — A man who allegedly drove his pickup truck across a center turning lane and crashed head-on into an...
Lawyer: Freedom hinges on rehab
MAHONING TWP. — A Danville man who was “screwed up” when he allegedly took a friend’s wallet — containing $350 in cash...
May 17, 2015
Big Red, co-owned by Dr. Pepper, calls Big Ben’s flavor a ‘knockoff’
CATAWISSA — A small, family-owned bottling company is being sued in federal court by one of the country’s biggest soft...
Crews manage to salvage most of home on edge of Nescopeck
NESCOPECK TWP. — A candle left burning in a bedroom probably sparked the fire that badly damaged a house here Friday...
Man admits to 35-mile trip to Geisinger after otherwise careful night
DANVILLE — A Schuylkill County man rode drunk on his motorcycle to see his wife at Geisinger after she was injured in a...
Three in Columbia vie on primary ballot
DANVILLE — The three Republican candidates for Columbia County commissioner support the merging of services with...
Newcomer, three incumbents focus issues from equality to flooding
BLOOMSBURG — Four Democratic candidates will face off for three seats on Town Council here during Tuesday’s primary....
May 16, 2015
Columbia County D.A.: Chase suspect no longer a risk
CATAWISSA — A biker who allegedly fled police at speeds that reached more than 120 mph last year was set to face...
Mount Pleasant and Orange township residents learn of possible anti-pipeline option
MOUNT PLEASANT TWP. — John Turzanski wants to see Mount Pleasant Township change to a home-rule form of government...
Witness recants statement to cops
BERWICK — A man accused of cooking meth in a friend’s trailer saw most of his charges dismissed after a key witness...
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg University student took off his pants and jumped into the town fountain at Market Square...
Officials set up panel to fight too much skin
HARTFORD, Conn. — When students at a Connecticut high school arrive today for their junior-senior prom, they will have...
May 15, 2015
Officers called to Vo-Tech, Central
LIME RIDGE — Three teen boys were suspended from school and will face charges after police found the remnants of what...
LIME RIDGE — A teen girl had compiled what some parents are calling a “hit list” of fellow students and a teacher, but...
Manhunt target admits endangering Berwickian
BLOOMSBURG — A suspected heroin dealer from New York City who deliberately struck a man with his car in Berwick last...
Danville school student will be touring U.S. in musical ‘Matilda’
BROOKFIELD, Conn. —Nine-year-old Aristotle Rock will spend the next year touring the biggest cities in the U.S. and...
DANVILLE — Mahoning Township supervisor hopeful Bill Lynn said incumbent Christine DeLong has a sense of “entitlement...
Candidates decry decision to leave Preserve, possibly plant
DANVILLE — Candidates running for Montour County commissioner spoke critically last night of PPL and its decision to...
May 14, 2015
Police: Berwick businessman nabbed trying to claim $13G in drug errantly delivered to sewer authority office
BERWICK — A business owner is facing drug and gun offenses after he went to claim about $13,000 of crystal meth...
Man allegedly left car, pickup in road
DANVILLE — When a drunken driver’s pickup broke down near here, he hooked it to his grandmother’s car for a tow, but...
Southside family of seven likely lost home
CLEVELAND TWP. — A vacationing couple and their five children most likely lost their home when fire struck their...
Danville’s Weis adds brews to drink or to go
DANVILLE — You can now buy beer at Danville’s Weis market. Its beer cafe opened Wednesday, immediately after getting...
Montour rec chief: Fundraising won’t stop at first year’s $100G
WASHINGTONVILLE —A local businessman and his wife stepped up to contribute $25,000 toward saving the Montour Preserve,...
May 13, 2015
Program suspended for probe of alleged wrongdoings
BERWICK — Berwick has suspended all football operations pending a wide-ranging investigation into a player transfer and...
Feinberg hears honest advice as he visits with, quizzes patients
DANVILLE — New Geisinger CEO David Feinberg sat down beside Barbara Davis of Scott Township in her room at Geisinger’s...
Son allegedly stole guns, drugs, laptop
BERWICK — A couple put a padlock on their bedroom door to prevent their drug-addicted son from stealing their...
DANVILLE — Having arrived here from Los Angeles, new Geisinger CEO David Feinberg leaves behind something of a...
Berwick teen jumped into creek, ending chase during alleged spree
BERWICK — A 19-year-old accused with two others in a spending spree with a stolen bank card and a police chase through...
Commissioner blasts ‘scorched-earth policy’
DANVILLE — A retired Geisinger executive has pledged $10,000 to help the Montour Area Recreation Commission save the...
May 12, 2015
Montour rec group leader says it must find $100G by June 1 or Talen will level facilities
DANVILLE — If the Montour Area Recreation Commission doesn’t come up with some serious funding by June 1 to operate the...
Agreement would mean house arrest if judge accepts it
BLOOMSBURG — An ex-Berwick Police officer involved in a drunken hit-and-run crash will avoid jail time under a plea...
Danville couple benefits from comic’s effort to aid Alzheimer’s patients, families
DANVILLE — John Gudonis began wobbling at the Bloomsburg Fair two years ago. Thinking it was dehydration, he saw...
‘Mobile gentleman’ in assisted living paid for prostitutes by making booze runs for his neighbors, official says
NORRISTOWN (AP) — Authorities say a man living in a suburban Philadelphia assisted-living facility has lost his housing...
Police: Man ordered away from woman’s house ratted her out for lab
BERWICK — A man ordered to stay out of the house where he had just been involved in a domestic dispute told officers...
May 11, 2015
Neighbor allegedly spied little girl playing at upstairs window; mother blames mix-up
BERWICK — Police say a mother left her three small children home unsupervised, but she says she thought two other...
Suspect says he had only Rx drugs; police say testing disagrees
BERWICK — A man accused of driving under the influence of drugs says he lost his doctor over reports of his arrest....
Geisinger doctor’s group goes beyond elementary interest in Holmes
DANVILLE — Inspired by the adventures of Sherlock Holmes at a young age, Scott Turner wanted a forum to discuss the...
Chief says candidates for corporal will face tests and interview, not simple appointment
MAHONING TWP. — Mahoning Township’s police department is looking for a new corporal, but the promotion process will...
Live actors and musical scene on organizers’ wish list for display
BERWICK — This year’s Christmas Boulevard will feature some live action as well as more animation, if organizers have...
May 10, 2015
Rural Benton couple’s decorative row poses no risk to utility lines, ruling says
BENTON — Richard and Sandy Lehet fought PPL’s attempts to remove 23 pear trees from their housing development. And...
Fernville man creates an apartment next door for Mother’s Day gift
FERNVILLE —Mother’s Day arrived a few days early for Joyce Van Horn when her son gave her a card, hand-picked flowers...
Pet likely turned on stove at house that supplied NYC Christmas spruce
HEMLOCK TWP. — Rachel Drosdick-Sigafoos and husband Dan Sigafoos concluded one of their dogs may have turned on the...
Drilling failed to tap ‘viable’ yield, spokeswoman says
SUGARLOAF TWP. — An energy firm has returned to the site of a natural gas well along Route 487 north of Benton in...
Annual hikes hinge on evaluations, directors’ OK
BERWICK — Berwick Area School District is putting aside enough money for 3 percent raises for its administrators every...
May 9, 2015
Danville doesn’t allow moving placards
DANVILLE — Two motorized political signs in town violate borough code, an official says. But the candidate responsible...
Briar Creek men say they remain friends
BERWICK — Neighbors accused of a trailer park brawl that left two people with BBs embedded in their heads say they are...
Couple ready to serve local goods in Bloomsburg
BLOOMSBURG — The owner of a new farm-to-table eatery downtown had been eyeing the 236 Iron St. storefront for 10 years...
Sedan trashed after Bloomsburg Police add boot near Post Office
BLOOMSBURG — Police put a wheel boot onto a car May 1 to disable the vehicle due to $1,400 in unpaid parking fines....
WASHINGTON (AP) — Emma is back. After slipping from the top of the most popular baby names six years ago, Emma was...
May 8, 2015
‘You’re lucky he didn’t kill you,’ judge tells ex-girlfriend
BLOOMSBURG — A bartender chased out of her workplace last year by a drunken boyfriend waving a knife told a judge...
BLOOMSBURG — A teen who won a large settlement when badly injured in a DUI crash — then was later caught drinking with...
Electrical mishap suspected in Iola
IOLA — Tasha Seely left the Village Inn briefly Thursday morning to go to the bank when she had finished cleaning up...
BLOOMSBURG — Competition for head baker at Columbia County Bread & Granola is apparently heating up among three...
JERSEY SHORE (AP) — A man said he was mimicking a professional wrestling move when he inadvertently slammed his...
May 7, 2015
‘I’m going to die,’ said victim to daughter in fiery wreck
CONYNGHAM TWP. — A man who was killed in a crash caused by a driver high on meth told his daughter just moments before...
Shickshinny man facing new charges says criminal career over
SHICKSHINNY — The man charged in a string of Luzerne County burglaries in March and April is blaming his alleged spree...
ANTHONY TWP. — A former supervisor who wrongfully gave township business to his wife’s company and was voted out of...
Burglary suspect insists he lives in Berwick house
BERWICK — Burglary suspect Charles Deeley gave his mailing address as the same residence he is accused of breaking into...
New leader hobbles into expansion ceremony
DANVILLE — It didn’t take long for Dr. David Feinberg to find out how good the quality of care is at the health system...
May 6, 2015
Paralyzed Central senior donates Buddy Benches
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — It’s a month before high school graduation, and Sam Brown has a lot to look forward to. He’ll be...
Judge: Case didn’t prove Luzerne put fire victim at risk
WILKES-BARRE — A judge has dismissed a federal lawsuit filed by the family of a Mocanaqua woman who died in a fire...
Danville woman answers post, gives part of liver to save Espy man
In August 2013, Tom Hoover was in a hospital bed, preparing to say goodbye to his children and grandchildren. Plagued...
Health system cites incompetence, not ailment in job loss
DANVILLE — A Geisinger nurse lost her job due to her own incompetence, not because of a seizure disorder, according to...
High-tech sensors help kids keep eye on their aging parents
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Each time 81-year-old Bill Dworsky or his 80-year-old wife Dorothy opens the refrigerator, closes...
May 5, 2015
Trio allegedly spent $256 on stolen card, toted drug gear in Bible box
NESCOPECK — Three teens who led police on a chase through Nescopeck last week had just finished a $256 spree with a...
Berwick-area fight broadens to target corporate partner
SALEM TWP. — More than 150 Berwick-area residents are now involved in the fight to shut down the Dagostin family’s 4,...
Bloom vendors may win OK to peddle fare by this month
BLOOMSBURG — Food trucks serving up pastries and ethnic foods could be rolling into town as early as this month as part...
Business owner denies fault in wreck he calls minor
BERWICK — A woman claims she has suffered all kinds of health problems and has trouble sitting and standing two years...
Ex-Geisinger staffer sentenced to 23 months of probation
DANVILLE — A former Geisinger nurse caught taking painkillers on at least nine occasions told a judge Monday that she...
May 4, 2015
University, others deny ethnic and religious bias, blame performance
BLOOMSBURG — When a professor lost his job after bad reviews from his department and students alike, he and his wife...
Berwick motorist charged with DUI
BERWICK — A pedestrian struck by a passing car may have gotten the better of the driver last month, grabbing the man...
Dozens of young Scouts dash down Danville street in homemade carts
DANVILLE — Racer Caleb Fowler shared some straightforward advice on winning during Sunday’s sixth annual Cubmobile...
Judge denies reduction in man’s $50G bail
BLOOMSBURG — A Megan’s Law offender arrested in Berwick on kiddie-porn crimes is facing a mandatory 25 to 50 years in...
‘Nervous’ driver had homemade bong, charges say
CATAWISSA — A Bloomsburg University student with a homemade bong was driving a car that reeked of marijuana when he...
May 3, 2015
Controversial lawman denies allegations of impropriety on job
RUPERT — Montour Township Police Chief Terry Eckart used his cell phone one night to send a photo of a topless woman to...
When contacted for comment, Montour Township Police Chief TerryEckart responded viaemail, published here in its...
Berwick man jailed after alleged hit-run accident in Millville
MILLVILLE — A Berwick man allegedly hit a boy with his car here Friday and took off, later giving police such a hard...
Lime Ridge woman, boyfriend face drug charges after ambulance call
LIME RIDGE — After a man overdosed on heroin early Saturday, police searched a home here and turned up 130 packets of...
Authorities: $2,659 from sex or drug deals
VALLEY TWP. — Three women accused of being prostitutes might have to forfeit $2,659 in cash that authorities seized...
Flags will also adorn new plots
BERWICK — Gary Heimbach Park is about to expand. Council President Alvin Hill said the borough has reached an...
May 2, 2015
Police: Danville couple left mother unable to pay for care
MAHONING TWP. — A man and his wife stole $13,138 from his 88-year-old mother, court papers say. The thefts by Steven J...
IUP student was allegedly high at DUI checkpoint
HEMLOCK TWP. — A man headed to Block Party with a loaded pistol and two bags of weed stowed in the spare-tire...
Historian: Berwick native who served FDR attacked unfairly
BERWICK — As the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Berwick’s William H. Woodin helped pull the country out of the Great...
MILLVILLE — An electrical fire chased residents of seven apartments above the former Fireside Video out into the...
SHICKSHINNY — Forty-three years ago, the Agnes flood washed Roger Stout’s college class ring out an open window of his...
May 1, 2015
Catawissa senior: $20 in laundry money is ‘a lot to me’
CATAWISSA — A home health aide hired to help a 79-year-old took $20 in quarters the woman had set aside for laundry,...
SHICKSHINNY — A Hunlock Creek man armed with a knife robbed a convenience store and burglarized at least 10 other lower...
Top cop says driver broke no laws in Bloomsburg
BLOOMSBURG — Charlotte Hess watched in horror as her dog Rocky ran onto Route 11 Tuesday afternoon. The 9-month-old...
Berwick-area man gets probation, fines after apologizing for threat
BLOOMSBURG — A Berwick-area truck driver who threatened his estranged wife with a butcher knife was spared any more...
RUSH TWP. — A thief stole $20,000 in jewelry, coins, and electronics from a Danville-area residence sometime Wednesday...
April 30, 2015
Teen charged with drunken ER attack after mishap that cost him fingertips
MAHONING TWP. — A Bloomsburg University student was drunk when he punched and kneed a nurse in the head during a recent...
Danville-area man described urges to rape boy, police say
MAHONING TWP. — A Danville-area man who allegedly admitted he could see himself kidnapping and raping a child after he...
Police corral python free in basement of house after eviction
BERWICK — Police officers faced off against a cold-blooded fugitive Wednesday morning when a landlord asked them to...
$6G pay jump isn’t fair, sheriff and others say
DANVILLE — Some elected officials are irate over the salary for a newly named position in the district attorney’s...
Danville woman tracked to nail salon strikes plea deal
MILLVILLE — A woman who faked a panic attack and lied about her identity was also driving around with a license that...
April 29, 2015
10 new machines to cut some jobs, but lead to growth, manager says
BERWICK — Wise Foods is planning a plant expansion here that managers hope will lead to new jobs. And local officials...
Block Party drinkers amassed nearly 300 citations, records say
BLOOMSBURG — Block Party revelers racked up a costly hangover: $39,400 in fines. Police enforcing a zero-tolerance...
Mom of boy, 5, two others allegedly conspired in custody dispute
BERWICK — A couple from Colorado and the wife of a lieutenant at the Columbia County Prison allegedly teamed up to...
Man woke to news of big win on $20 impulse buy
MIFFLINVILLE — Charles Hartzell was asleep when he became a millionaire. But the Mifflinville man’s wife soon woke him...
Business would swap suds for suds in former car wash building
DANVILLE — Another brewery may be on tap in Danville. Benjamin Yagle is working to combine his love of music and...