Kristin Baver
Bloomsburg Reporter
Kristin Baver covers Bloomsburg, 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 April 24, 2017 - Page 1
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg University student repeatedly slapped a police officer in the head then tried to gulp down a handful of amphetamines as he...
Published on April 24, 2017 - Page 3
The annual Renaissance Jamboree takes over downtown Bloomsburg on Saturday, with live theater, roving performers, and trampoline-assisted acrobatics...
Published on April 23, 2017 - Page 1
BLOOMSBURG — It’s just past 8:30 a.m. and Andrew Paolucci is standing in his underwear along Lightstreet Road sipping from a red Solo cup. “I don’t...
Published on April 22, 2017 - Page 1
SALEM TWP. — A father and son escaped to safety as flames tore through their bi-level home on Mingle Inn Road here Friday morning in what officials...
Published on April 22, 2017 - Page 1
CATAWISSA — A woman quit paying her rent and abandoned her home here, leaving behind a cat, two ferrets, and two dead hamsters, according to...
Published on April 21, 2017 - Page 1
BLOOMSBURG — Police are gearing up for another Block Party this weekend, with increased patrols from officers on horseback and hopes that new parking...
Published on April 21, 2017 - Page 1
VALLEY TWP. — A man who turned in front of an oncoming car was ejected through his passenger side window here Thursday afternoon, snarling traffic...
Published on April 19, 2017 - Page 1
BLOOMSBURG — In its first year, Nate Treichler’s fly-fishing website delivered artificial flies to 2,000 individual enthusiasts and made about $20,...
Published on April 18, 2017 - Page 1
BLOOMSBURG — A man accused of pointing a loaded revolver at a woman and her boyfriend was freed from Columbia County Prison, but warned by a judge...
Published on April 17, 2017 - Page 3
Mary Lapos was living in India when she first saw the widows, women swathed in burlap-like sacks of white, their heads shaved, faces marked. Lapos...