Kristin Baver
Southside Reporter
Kristin Baver covers the Southside, with an interest in crime stories and social issues around the region. In her spare time she can be found boating with proper permits, doting on her ginger cat, and prepping for her next travel adventure.

Latest by Kristin Baver

Published on March 28, 2015 - Page 3
NESCOPECK — A Berwick woman in the midst of a sudden dizzy spell hit an oncoming car and a park bench before her sedan stopped in a briar patch near...
Published on March 28, 2015 - Page 5
BLOOMSBURG — Streater Field will reopen to the public today, just in time for the spring soccer season. Bloomsburg midget football players, however...
Published on March 27, 2015 - Page 1
FRANKLIN TWP. — Southern Columbia will avert a planned teacher strike after drafting a tentative agreement Thursday, with five days to spare before...
Published on March 25, 2015 - Page 1
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — Janice Petroff wasn’t speeding when her SUV crashed here earlier this month, ejecting her 19-month-old granddaughter, police have...
Published on March 23, 2015 - Page 3
In a working-class town north of Boston, author Domenica Ruta was raised by a drug-addicted mother who managed to teach her daughter about the...
Published on March 21, 2015 - Page 1
CATAWISSA — A couple carrying stolen wallets and a pot pipe fashioned from a socket wrench were found inside an accused meth maker’s pickup earlier...
Published on March 20, 2015 - Page 1
BLOOMSBURG — A high school senior still undergoing painful reconstructive dental surgery after being hurt in a 2013 DUI crash is hoping to put recent...
Published on March 16, 2015 - Page 3
Bloomsburg University officials recently voted to reduce the amount of money donors need to earmark for a building project if they want the structure...
Published on March 15, 2015 - Page 1
BLOOMSBURG — With four performers to inhabit more than a dozen characters and limited space inside the van, Director Richard Cannaday’s vision for...
Published on March 15, 2015 - Page 1
BLOOMSBURG — The roads in town are pocked with so many potholes — some as deep as 8 or 10 inches — officials say it will take five times the normal...