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Defendant in Sunbury shooting to be arraigned after he leaves hospital
A preliminary hearing for Erick R. Trometter, 22, who was shot by a police officer Tuesday while wielding a knife after allegedly beating and threatening his grandmother, will not be held until the defendant is arraigned on multiple charges, including a felony of aggravated assault.
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Thu Jul 10, 2014
Theft, forgery suspect enters guilty pleas
A New York man has entered guilty pleas to four charges related to forging credit cards and attempted theft by deception.
Three vehicle crash on Route 54 sends three to hospital
Three people have been taken to Geisinger Medical Center following a three-car crash Thursday afternoon on Route 54, near its intersection with Liberty Valley Road.
Campers get taste of frontier life
Eighteen kids are getting excited about history at an outdoor camp at Hess Recreation Area.
Actors age 7 to 70 take stage Friday for 'Gypsy'
A cast of 42, ranging from 7 to 70, has put together the musical "Gypsy" in six weeks.
Valley awaits final agreement for sewer hookup to Danville
The Valley Township Municipal Authority awaits a final agreement with the Danville Municipal Authority on the township connecting its municipal sewer system to Danville's system.
Harassment victim fears repercussions
The victim of stalking and harassment by a Danville woman still fears repercussions.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Danville has special place in Grammy nominee's heart
A Grammy-nominated musician has traveled the world, but has a soft spot for Danville.
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.
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.
Danville council will study ban on engine brakes
Borough Council members will look into whether Danville can ban engine brakes. The discussion at Tuesday night's meeting began with Mayor Bernie Swank saying a resident along Water Street complained about engine brakes from trucks at 4 in the morning along Route 54 and on the Danville-Riverside Bridge.
Police: Coin theft defendant jumped off grandfather's roof
A Danville man jumped from a roof after trying to steal coins from his grandfather's home, police said.
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Men, 9 birds saved from Elysburg fire
A fire of undetermined origin swept through the basement of a single frame home at 135 S. Market St. early Tuesday, generating what one official said was enough heat to melt the solder of a water pipe.
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Sunbury man shot by acting chief of police
A 22-year-old city man brandishing a knife was allegedly shot Tuesday morning by Acting Police Chief Brad Hare along Mile Post Road near Shikellamy Avenue and reportedly remains in critical condition today at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville.
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.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Simington family of Danville dates to America's birth
The Simingtons try to get together as often as they can. After all, they're getting up in years.
Moros open practice closer to home
Attorneys Hope and Greg Moro are excited to move their law practice to Danville.
Former 30-year Holy Spirit CEO dies
Sister Ursula Frei, the first CEO of Holy Spirit Hospital, died on July 4, 2014 at 93. Frei was Holy Spirit's first CEO.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Magazine honors future leader Finn
Sarah Finn got interested in politics when her dad first ran for Montour County commissioner.