Jamboree Filled with Monster Truck Mania in Bloomsburg
This is the 27th year for the event and it featured towering monster trucks, interactive ATV demonstrations, and a 'show and shine' event which highlights tricked out trucks.
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Thu Jul 10, 2014
The Times Leader
The boat of the hour: Heading down the Susquehanna in a kayak catching on as a pastime
Where: Meet at Bloomsburg Town Park at 9 a.m. with transportation provided to Susquehanna Outdoor Adventures' private launch location in Lime Ridge.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Woman sentenced to jail time for stealing more than $80,000
Despite her daughter's plea to keep her mother out of jail, a judge sentenced a woman to a jail term for stealing more than $80,000 from the ATM at the store where she worked.
Reporting: Libya'Delusional' Ghaddafi Moves Closer to a Fall
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. -- The last segment on every Friday's broadcast of ABC's "World News with Diane Sawyer" is a "Person of the Week."
Storm Damage & a Close Call in Columbia County
Last night's storm blew through Columbia County fast, but it left people near Bloomsburg with a big mess to clean up.
Ready To Renovate At The Moose Exchange
It's been more than six months since a fire badly damaged a community center and art gallery in Bloomsburg.
New York Daily News
Appearance in local newspaper lands DUI bail-jumper in jail
A college student wanted for jumping bail on a drunken driving case in New York was busted in Pennsylvania after he made a dopey joke to a newspaper and allowed them to print his photo.
Juniata 10-11s take close one
Brody Powell stranded the game-tying run on third base in the top of the sixth inning to earn the save and the Juniata County 10-11 year old all-star team defeated Danville 8-7 at Mac McMahon Memorial Field in Bloomsburg.
Police: Woman smoked meth, was about to smoke pot
A Bloomsburg woman was sitting in her car smoking methamphetamine at a farmer's field entrance when a state trooper pulled up, according to police.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Danville was prime location for 'Gypsy'
The director of the musical "Gypsy" commended Montour County Commissioners Chairman Trevor Finn for encouraging her theater group to bring the production to the county.
Canoe and Brew paddles into Danville on Saturday
Paddling enthusiasts have been encouraged to explore both the Susquehanna River and local breweries in this summer's new Canoe and Brew event.
The Citizens' Voice
Pa. universities adopt child-abuse policy
Pennsylvania's state-owned universities adopted a policy Tuesday that is designed to protect the safety of children on campus, a concern that arose as a result of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
Pennsylvania's Best Views: 13 destinations that need to be seen to be believed
It's summer, a great time for day trips around a state that's loaded with magnificent views.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Moros open practice closer to home
Attorneys Hope and Greg Moro are excited to move their law practice to Danville.
AARP Report Ranks PA Low
According to the 2010 census, Pennsylvania has among the highest population of senior citizens in the country, but according to a recently published report by the American Association of Retired Persons, the Keystone State is not the best place to grow old.
The Jackson Sun
Police: Fugitive caught after posing for newspaper
An alleged New York bail-jumper was arrested on his Pennsylvania college campus after he posed for a news photographer and police spotted his picture in the paper.
How Bloomsburg University Achieved Campus-Wide Video Capture
Faculty and students at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania have been using Mediasite technology for six years to record lectures for flipped instruction, classroom projects and special guests.
The News Item
Police: Catawissa Man charged in heroin OD found with syringes
One of two men charged in connection with the heroin overdose of an Elysburg woman is back behind bars after police found empty heroin packets, syringes and 'whippets' in his bedroom, according to The Press-Enterprise.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
The News Item
Former Bloomsburg mayor named BU institute director
The former mayor of the Town of Bloomsburg and a long-time member of the local business community has been named director of Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania's Zeigler Institute for Professional Development , effective July 1. The new director, Mary Lenzini Howe, has served as ZIPD's interim program consultant and director since September ... (more)