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Cops: Woman threatened to burn down parents’ house

April 24, 2016 An 18-year-old city woman faces charges for stealing a license plate registered to her parents’ car and then threatening to kill them by “burning down their house with them in it,” state Trooper... more »»

13 injured when porch deck collapses

April 24, 2016 HANEYVILLE — Thirteen people were injured, none seriously, on Saturday morning when a porch deck collapsed at the rear of a cabin that was being rented for the weekend by a group of fishermen from... more »»

33 sentenced in Lycoming County Court

April 23, 2016 Thirty-three people recently were sentenced in Lycoming County Court, according to court documents. Three were sentenced to state prison. They are: • Patrick A. more »»

Man accused of stabbing

April 23, 2016 One man was locked up on assault-related charges while another was recovering in a hospital following a stabbing Thursday night in the 900 block of Arch Street, according to city police. more »»

6 charged with variety of offenses

April 23, 2016 Six people have been charged with various offenses, according to court records. Those charged and the police departments involved were: • Jordan Michael Probst, 31, of 45 Back S. more »»

Trooper who guards governor accused of beating, kicking wife

April 23, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — A Pennsylvania state trooper on the team that guards the governor was charged Friday with beating his wife and threatening to kill her during an alcohol-fueled attack after she... more »»

Police: 3 stole television sets to exchange them for heroin

April 22, 2016 To support their heroin addiction, Nathan Alan Royer and two friends allegedly stole television sets from Wal-Mart in Montoursville and then sold them in Williamsport to drug dealers in exchange for... more »»

Mass-casualty training involves 100 participants

April 22, 2016 An estimated 100 people, including about 50 “victims,” participated Thursday morning in a three-hour mass-casualty training exercise that was coordinated by Susquehanna Health and conducted in the... more »»

Mobile home fire results in $50,000 in damage

April 22, 2016 LAIRDSVILLE — One man was left homeless following Wednesday night’s fire that caused an estimated $50,000 damage to his mobile home on Old Lairdsville Road, according to Lairdsville Fire Chief Glen... more »»

Woman admits to cruelty to dogs

April 21, 2016 A city woman has pleaded guilty to a cruelty to animals charge that the local chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals filed after a dog and seven pups were found confined in... more »»

9 charged with drug offenses

April 21, 2016 Nine people have been charged by area police with various drug offenses. Those charged and the police departments involved were: • Marco Kevin Ward, 31, of 1417 Scott St. more »»

9 motorists charged with DUI

April 21, 2016 Nine motorists have been charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants or controlled substances. Those charged and the police departments involved were: • Alicia S. more »»

Police: City man struck by truck

April 21, 2016 Miles E. Calhoun, 67, of 47 W. Fourth St. more »»

Brush fire consumes 3 acres in Eldred Township

April 21, 2016 Volunteer firefighters from five communities worked for nearly an hour to bring under control a brush fire that consumed 3 acres on Storm Lane, about a quarter-mile north of Pleasant Valley Road, in... more »»

Ex-casino official, patron plead not guilty to fraud

April 21, 2016 WILKES-BARRE (AP) — A former casino official and a patron accused of defrauding the casino out of more than $400,000 have pleaded not guilty to federal fraud, theft and money laundering charges. more »»

Judge: judicial retirement age votes next week won’t count

April 21, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — A Pennsylvania judge ruled Wednesday that primary election votes being cast on a constitutional amendment ballot question to extend the state’s judicial retirement age won’t count. more »»

Virginia to shield identities of execution drug suppliers

April 21, 2016 RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia’s Republican-controlled General Assembly approved a proposal backed by Gov. more »»

City man, wife allegedly steal from grandmother

April 20, 2016 A city man and his wife have been arrested on felony charges for allegedly stealing in excess of $39,000 from his widowed-grandmother’s home near Second and Maynard streets, according to city police... more »»

Hearing delayed in police ambush case

April 20, 2016 MILFORD (AP) — A judge postponed a hearing Tuesday for a man charged with ambushing two troopers outside a Pennsylvania State Police barracks after reporters objected to being excluded from part of... more »»

4 people facing variety of charges

April 16, 2016 ELKLAND — A number of people have been charged with a variety of offenses, according to documents filed at District Judge James Edgcomb’s office here. more »»



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