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Man posted video of conversations between himself and Sunbury City Officials

Sunbury, Pa. —Despite being told several times by Sunbury Fire Chief Ronald Rupp that he did not want to be on video, police said a man concealed his phone while it recorded the conversation. A witness came forward with the information after police said they discovered video of the conversation on Donald Lee Heilig, 54, of Sunbury’s Facebook page. On the video Rupp could be heard saying to Heilig “I don’t want you recording me” as they spoke on April 15 while standing on N....
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3 Berks establishments cited for liquor control violations

State police have cited three Berks establishments on selling alcohol to minors and other liquor control violations. Troopers with the Liquor Control Enforcement Bureau issued the following citations in June:. • Paradise by the Slice, 69 E. Penn Ave., Wernersville, transporting malt or brewed beverages without a license in January...
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Fourth Suspect in Sunbury Attempted Murder Case, In-Custody

SUNBURY — Another person has been charged and jailed in a Sunbury attempted murder case. Police said earlier, they were looking for Anthony Moultrie of Sunbury; he turned himself in, and is in the Northumberland County Prison. He joins three other men facing charges after a shooting that may...

Man accused of terroristic threats turns himself in

BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A man who was wanted out of Bloomsburg for aggravated assault, and terroristic threats, turned himself in to authorities. According to the Bloomsburg Police Department, on Thursday around 4:00 p.m., Maurice Smith, 21, turned himself in at the Bloomsburg police station. Smith faces charges of robbery involving serious injury, burglary, […]
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New Berks store offers curios, 'upcycled' furniture, more

JEFFERSON TWP. - Ginny Usher’s life has had an eclectic quality. A career hairstylist, she also is an avid furniture painter and sign maker. Born and raised in Kansas, she moved to Pennsylvania 10 years ago. That broad-ranging vibe can be found in The Purple Pelican, a store Usher...

Jess Innocent, friend of Kortne Stouffer [We Are Lebanon, Pa]

We Are Lebanon, Pa is a positivity project to tell stories of citizens of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. At times, we do a special series of videos to further other causes. The Kortne Stouffer Project is just that. We Are Lebanon, Pa plans to release a new interview with one of Kortne’s...

Integration of Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, Mansfield Universities complete

LOCK HAVEN, PA – After more than 18 months of work by nearly 1,000 individuals, the integration of Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities under the banner of Commonwealth University officially took place on Friday, July 1. “My sincere thanks go to the teams at each of our universities...

BU, Lock Haven, Mansfield integration complete

Bloomsburg, Pa. — After more than 18 months of work by nearly 1,000 individuals, the integration of Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities under the banner of Commonwealth University officially took place today. "My sincere thanks go to the teams at each of our universities who have dedicated themselves tirelessly to the integration process and to creating opportunities for a new generation of students to follow their dreams and pursue lives of meaning and success," said Bashar W. Hanna, who will serve as president of...

Fireworks and negative effects on veterans and pets

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Fireworks can be a great way to celebrate July 4th, but the sound of those showstoppers can be a bad thing for military veterans and pets. If users are not careful those fireworks could trigger fear and trauma. Nonprofit leaders and medical experts say the sound of those fireworks can have […]
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Boyer puts together standout season for Tigers

The Northwestern Lehigh baseball team couldn’t have asked much more of Ben Boyer this season. He did everything the Tigers’ coaching staff asked of him, and sometimes a bit more. The senior pitcher/infielder was the team’s best hitter, as well as the anchor of its pitching staff, leading...

Man accused of stealing vehicle for ‘religious reasons’

TREMONT TOWNSHIP, SCHUYLKILL COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A man is being charged after he allegedly stole a vehicle and lead police on a chase through Interstate 81 northbound on Sunday. PSP Schuylkill Haven responded to a call of a vehicle theft from the Exxon Gas Station on Molleystown Road in Tremont Township. The vehicle was described […]

Police Seek Suspect in Thefts from Richland Township Target Store

Police and Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers are asking for the public’s help identifying a suspect in numerous thefts from the Target store on N. West End Boulevard (Rt. 309) in Richland Township, Bucks County. In a post on Crimewatch Thursday, the suspect was described as a white male who is...

Weekend Forecast: Storms possible Friday, Saturday; July 4 looks sunny & dry

On Friday we cap out this week with more impressive heat and humidity as temps will quickly get into the 70’s this morning, followed by 80’s by the early afternoon with lower 90’s by 2 p.m. With the heat and humidity comes the threat of thunderstorms this afternoon between 2 to 6 p.m. Currently the main concerns with Friday’s storm threat will be winds in excess of 45mph, vivid lightning, and heavy rain.
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Franklin wins District 18 Little League 8-10 South title

It’s going to take a lot of offense, and good pitching, to try and upend Franklin Township’s 8-10-year-old all-star baseball team. Township can make life miserable for most teams, and it showed that again on Thursday when it took care of business to capture the District 18 South title.

Family blames fatal wreck on PennDOT’s failure to fix ditch

AUBURN, Pa. (AP) — Matt Neidlinger crested the hill of a narrow, twisty state road and found a nasty surprise waiting for him at the bottom. The ditch was a couple of feet wide and spanned both lanes, and Neidlinger barely had time to brake when his work truck slammed into it. The impact severely […]

Line Mountain Congressional Art Winner Visits Keller in Washington

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Line Mountain High School student got the chance to visit U.S. Congressman Fred Keller (R-12th, Kreamer) at the nation’s Capitol recently, this comes after she became the 2022 Congressional Art Competition winner. Herndon native and Line Mountain rising senior Chelsey Tomlinson and her family...