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    Danville Ambulance Merger

    A new partnership has been formed among two emergency medical agencies with the hope of strengthing their operations. The Danville Ambulance Service on Monday officially merged with Holy Spirit EMS of Camp Hill... a Geisinger affiliate. D-A-S President Kathy Robinson said the merger would not effect mutual aid efforts to places such as Bloomsburg and Millville. The merger comes a year after Geisinger Health Systems merged with Holy Spirit... which serves the west side of the Susquehanna... directly across the river from Harrisburg.


    Bloomsburg Fair

    The 2015 edition of the Bloomsburg Fair is in the books... and overall the attendance figures between 2014 and 15 reflect a downward trend... due to last week's inclement weather... and the threat of a hurricane. Numbers released by the Fair Association over the weekend show that only 35,331 guests went through the turnstiles Saturday... as compared to 70,400 on Saturday of 2014. Overall.. attendance was off nearly 61,831 guests... from 425,800 in 2014... to 364,037 in 2015. Preparations now get underway for the 2016 edition of the Bloomsburg Fair.


    Voter Registration

    With the November general election less than a month away... Monday is the final day to take care of business... such as signing up to register to vote... so says Columbia County Chief Registrar Matt Repasky. He added if you have to change pertinent information... now is the time to do it. You can make those changes... according to Repasky... by visiting the Courthouse annex at Main and Center Streets in Bloomsburg.


    Conyngham Twp Crash

    A 25 – year old Berwick man was transported to a local hospital following a one car accident Sunday afternoon on Route 42 in Conyngham Township. State police tell us Charles Babb was northbound on Numidia Drive when he lost control of his Jeep Cherokee. He hit a tree... trapping Babb inside. It took firemen from four departments to extricate him from the driver's compartment. Babb was packaged... and taken to the ball field in Aristes... where he was Life Flighted to Geisinger Medical Center in Danville for treatment.


    Casey says no to Drugs
    A U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania says his state should not be among the top in the country when it comes to heroin and opioid overdose deaths. Senator Bob Casey says he's supporting a set of bills that should help in the fight against addiction. One would increase funding for block grants that would be used for addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery programs...the other would expand the ability of physicians to provide medication-assisted treatment to people with addiction by raising the cap on the number of prescriptions that can be given.

    New Equipment for Fire Department

    Before the end of the year... the Bloomsburg Fire Department could have 40 new air packs in their possession. They're used to enter a structure filled with smoke. Fire Chief Bob Rupp says the air packs are being purchased with a $216,000 federal grant... and the additional $30,000 or so coming from the Fireman's Relief Association.


    State Spending & Hiring

    Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all agencies under his purview to freeze all non-essential spending and hiring. The decision comes as the state budget impasse reached its third month. The order exempts any spending that provides direct care or is related to law enforcement, public safety or corrections. Positions that are revenue generating or that collect revenue are also excluded from the ban.


    Minimum Wage
    The sponsor of a bill to raise Pennsylvania's minimum wage is planning an attempt to force a vote on the issue. Senator Christine Tartaglione of Philadelphia says she introduced her bill 245 days ago and it's clear the Senate Labor and Industry Committee is not going to move on it. She's planning to introduce a discharge resolution to force the legislation to the floor for a vote. The bill would raise the state minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.00.10 an hour next year... then tie future raises to inflation.


    Possible Kidnapping

    Hazleton Police are investigating a possible kidnapping... which began a stand off. Police say officers responded to a home on South Pine Street... after 39 – year old Edward Braskey of Hazle Township texted 9-1-1... says he was abducted. No charges have been filed.... while the investigation continues in Hazleton.


    Nanticoke Robbery

    Police in Nanticoke are probing an armed robbery at a Turkey Hill Store on West Main Street early Saturday morning. Police say a man walked into the store with a knife... and threatened to kill the clerk. After the man got cash and cigarettes... he strolled out of the store into the night.



    WHLM Sports

    BU Football

    After Saturday’s win over Cheyney, the Bloomsburg University football team is tied for first in the PSAC East. At 2 and 0, the Huskies are tied with West Chester and Kutztown. Next up for the Huskies is a game at Millersville this Saturday afternoon.


    NFL / Sunday

    In the NFL Sunday... the Philadelphia Eagles losing to the Washington Redskins 23-20... the New York Giants defeated the Buffalo Bills 24-10... and in a game played in London, England, the New York Jets downed the Miami Dolphins 24-17.


    MLB / Sunday

    Major League baseball’s regular season came to an end Sunday. The Philadelphia Phillies downed Miami Marlins 7-2 to finish with a record of 63 and 99, in last place in the National League East.


    Other Games

    In other games... the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-0... the New York Mets got by the Washington Nationals 1 to nothing... and the New York Yankees lost to the Baltimore Orioles 9-4.




    October 5 - 14

    The United Way of Columbia County will be holding a series of community forums in October, to get your feedback on the needs of Columbia County. Meetings will be held starting at 7PM at The Bloomsburg Fire Hall on Monday October 5, the Jerseytown Community Center on Wednesday October 7, the Northern Columbia Community and Cultural Center in Benton Thursday October 8, the Locust Township Building in Catawissa Tuesday October 13, and at the Catawissa Fire Hall Wednesday October 14. For more information, visit the Columbia County United Way under our Community Organizations list at the top of the page.


    October 6

    The Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble will hold their 16th annual High School Theater Workshop Day Tuesday October 6 at the Alvina Krause Theater in downtown Bloomsburg. Schools can sign up for the hands-on acting, singing, and technical workshops taught by professional actors and instructors. For more information, visit BTE under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    October 6

    The Socrates Cafe will be back at the Bloomsburg Public Library Tuesday October 6 for their regular discussion. The topic of the evening will be "What does it mean to live well?" Bring your opinions. The discussion starts at 6:30PM at the library on Market Street in downtown Bloomsburg.


    October 7, 8, & 12

    The Bloomsburg Salvation Army Service Center will be taking signups for Thanksgiving and Christmas aid on Wednesday and Thursday October 7 & 8, and on Monday October 12 at First Presbyterian Church on Market Street in Bloomsburg. Signups will be open from 10AM - 1PM and from 5-7 PM each day. Don't forget to bring Social Security cards, birth certificates, and household income information with you. You can find the Bloomsburg Service Unit on our Community Organizations list at the top of the page.


    October 7

    Candidates for Bloomsburg Town Council will hold a moderated candidate forum Wednesday October 7 in the Bloomsburg High School Auditorium. A limited number of questions will be taken from the audience. The forum starts at 6:30PM at the school on Railroad Street in Bloomsburg.


    October 8 - 11

    The J & D Relay for Life team will be selling apple dumplings Thursday October 8 through Sunday October 11 at the J & D Cree Mee Freeze on Route 487, North of Knoebels Grove in Elysburg. Regular and sugar-free dumplings will both be available for $3.50 each from 10AM - 3PM. 


    October 8

    Thursday October 8 is family LEGO night at the Bloomsburg Public Library. Bring your own blocks or use the library's collection and bring your imagination to life. Children must be accompanied by an adult. It starts at 6PM at the library on Market Street in downtown Bloomsburg.


    October 8 - November 15

    Come to Artspace Gallery in downtown Bloomsburg and see their latest member exhibition, Jewel In The Rough, featuring works by Sara Baker and Joan Lentczner. The showing opens Thursday October 8 and will run through Sunday November 15. A reception will be held Saturday October 17 at 6:30 at the gallery on Center Street in downtown Bloomsburg.


    October 9

    The Berwick Elks will hold a fish fry Friday October 9 from 11AM - 7PM. There will be fried and baked fish, chicken fingers, shrimp, and more. Cost is $8 each. The lodge is on West 2nd Street in Berwick.


    October 9

    The Shalefield Organizing Committee and the Clean Air Council will present a pipeline double-feature Friday October 9 at 6:30PM at Villa Sacred Heart in Danville. The End Of The Line explores the effort to stop a controversial pipeline in Kentucky, while the local short film Atlantic Sunrise Surprise looks at the use of eminent domain in the proposed pipeline through Columbia County. Tickets are $5 each. Proceeds benefit Columbia County Against the Pipeline.


    October 9

    The Mainville Sportsmens Club will host another firearms familiarization and personal protection course Friday and Saturday October 9 & 10. The 3-hour seminar on Friday will cover safe handling of firearms, legal concerns, building confidence, and more. Cost is $35 for the course and includes lunch on Saturday. You must attend Friday's seminar to take part in the live-fire exercises on Saturday. For more information call 570-951-7105.


    October 9 & 10

    The Crusaders Sunday School class at Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomsburg will hold their annual Fall rummage sale Friday October 8 from 8AM - 4PM, and Saturday October 10 from 8AM - 1PM. The church is at Market and Third streets in downtown Bloomsburg. For more information call 570-275-0730.


    October 9 - 11

    The 5th annual Berwick Riverfest will be held the weekend of October 9, 10, & 11 at Test Track Park in Berwick. There's food and craft vendors, rides, games, and more. Air boat rides, cruise-ins, and a fireworks show Saturday night. Admission, parking, and entertainment are free. Friday hear Licker'd Up from 5-9. Saturday it's Young And Reckless from 3-5 and the Tommy Guns band from 6-8. Sunday Memory Lane plays from 4-6. Please, no pets or alcohol allowed. For more information, visit the Berwick Borough under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    October 10

    The first annual Mikey Mash 18 and over memorial bash is happening Saturday October 10 at the Bloomsburg Fire Hall on Market Street. There will be costume prizes, door prizes, raffles & giveaways donated by local business, and live entertainment from 5PM - Midnight. BYOB - you must be 21 and older with ID to drink. Non-alcoholic drinks and food will be provided. Cover charge is $15. Proceeds benefit the Mikey Strickland memorial stone fund.


    October 10

    The 7th annual Bi-planes, trains, and antique autos festival in Eagles Mere is happening Saturday October 10 from 10AM - 4PM. There will be live music, model railroad displays, vendors in the village, and vintage cars and planes at the Air and Car Museum. 


    October 11

    Fort McClure Fest is happening Sunday October 11 from 10AM - 5PM at the historic McClure House on Fort McClure Boulevard in Bloomsburg. There will be colonial crafting displays and vendors, handmade items for sale, displays of colonial life and more. Admission and parking is free. Everyone is invited.


    October 11

    Cruise for a Cause Sunday October 11 with the Carl "Doc" Poust motorcycle and car cruise headstone fundraiser. Registration opens at 10AM at the Benton Fire Hall on Colley Street. The cruise moves at Noon. Entry is $10 per person, and includes a meal. There will be a Chinese auction as well.


    October 11

    The Bloomsburg University Celebrity Artist Series presents Grammy-winning cellist Matt Haimovitz Sunday afternoon October 11 at 3, at Carver Hall on BU's lower campus. His performance of Bach's suites for unaccompanied cello will be preceded by several appearances in downtown Bloomsburg Saturday October 10. For more information, visit the Celebrity Artist Series under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    Through October 11

    Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble kicks of their 38th season with One Slight Hitch at the Alvina Krause Theater in downtown Bloomsburg. Written by actor and comedian Lewis Black, the play takes a humorous and heartwarming look at the Greatest Generation and their Yuppie children in the early 1980s. The show runs through Sunday October 11. For more information, visit the BTE under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    October 12

    Dine to Donate to AGAPE when you eat at Applebees in Bloomsburg Monday October 12. Present the dine to donate coupon when you order and 10% of your purchase will go to AGAPE. Coupons can be picked up at AGAPE on 7th Street in Bloomsburg, or can be printed off from their website. Follow the link on our Community Organizations list at the top of the page.


    October 13

    The Book Buddies are back at the Bloomsburg Public Library Tuesday night October 13. The Buddies are certified therapy dogs who love to listen to your kids practice reading aloud to them. Bring a book, or choose one from the library collection. Children must be accompanied by an adult. It starts at 6:30 PM at the library on Market Street in downtown Bloomsburg. 


    October 14

    PA CareerLink will hold a job fair Wednesday October 14 from 3-6 PM at the Silver Moon Banquet Complex in Lewisburg. Meet with area employers and find out about local job opportunities and training. Make sure to bring copies of your resume and dress for success. 


    October 14 - 21

    Dine to Donate to the Columbia County United Way. During the 2015 United Way campaign, several local restaurants will be donating a portion of your bill to the United Way. Dine to Donate events will be held at Quaker Steak and Lube in Buckhorn Wednesday October 14, OIP in Millville Wednesday October 21, and at Balzano's in downtown Bloomsburg Thursday October 29 from 5-11PM. 


    October 15

    Come to the Bloomsburg Public Library Thursday night October 15 for an evening of terrifying ghost stories told by Hal Pratt. These tales are frightening, and are explicitly not suitable for children. The stories start at 6:30 at the library on Market Street in downtown Bloomsburg. 


    October 16 & 17

    The Greater Shenandoah Historical Society will hold a rummage sale October 16 & 17 at the history center on South Main Street in Shenandoah. The sale will be open Saturday 8AM-3PM and Sunday 8AM-1PM. Items for donation can be dropped off from 10-4 on Friday October 15. Please no computers or televisions.


    October 17

    Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomsburg will host a ham loaf dinner Saturday October 17 from 4-7 PM. Tickets are $9 each. Walk-ins and takeout will be welcome. Proceeds benefit the Gate House Transitional Housing Center. The church is on Market and Third Streets in downtown Bloomsburg. Tickets can be bought at the Gate House in Danville, or by calling 570-275-6766.


    October 17

    The 2nd annual Camp Lavigne Wine Festival is coming up Saturday October 17 from 11AM - 5PM. Come sample local wineries and breweries, check out the vendors, artists and crafters, and enjoy some music and food. Advance tickets are just $15 each, or $20 at the gate. Entry for a designated driver is just $10. Get the VIP treatment with a buffet lunch and commemorative glass for $75. The campground is at 35 Camp Lavigne Road, just off Route 487, North of Benton. For more information call 570-204-5809 or find them on


    October 17

    Straub's Lutheran Church in Danville will hold a family style roast beef dinner Saturday October 17 from 3-6 PM. There will be baked goods and quarts of homemade ice cream available as well. The church is at 60 Frosty Valley Road in Danville. Take out is available. For more information call 570-452-3837.


    October 18

    The Shenandoah Sesquicentennial Committee will hold a fundraising yard sale Sunday October 18 from 10:30AM - 4PM at the Shenandoah Senior Living Community on East Washington Street. Donations of items for sale are being accepted - please no computers. For more information call 570-900-1540.


    October 18

    Christ The King Church in Benton will hold a Taste of the Parish event Sunday October 18 from 1-4 PM. More than 25 cooks will present their dishes for tasting. The $10 ticket includes a cookbook with all the participating recipes. The Church is on Mendenhall Lane in Benton.


    October 20

    The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners will hold another free gardening lecture Tuesday October 20 at the McBride Memorial Library in Berwick. Now that growing season is over, don't forget about your garden tools. The program starts at 6 PM at the library on Market Street in Berwick. Reservations are encouraged - call 570-752-2241.


    Through October 23

    Grab a Dagwood sandwich and support the Animal Resource Center with the Danville VFW Auxiliary sandwich sale fundraiser. Each sandwich is just $4. Orders and payment are due by Friday October 23. The sandwiches will be delivered Wednesday October 28 at the Bloomsburg YMCA on 7th Street. Proceeds benefit ARC. Volunteers are needed to help make the sandwiches. For more information call 570-784-3669.


    October 23

    Celebrate Halloween during BOO!-burg Friday October 23 starting at 5PM. Join in the Main Street scavenger hunt, solve puzzles and riddles from downtown Bloomsburg shops, and finish with a Trunk-or-Treat and the second-annual pumpkin drop at the Bloomsburg YMCA on 7th Street. For more information, visit Downtown Bloomsburg under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    October 24

    Columbia-Montour Vo-Tech will hold their annual Fall craft show Saturday October 24. Check out over 100 crafters, grab some food, and maybe get a start on on Christmas shopping. The craft show runs from 9AM - 3PM at the school off Route 11 between Bloomsburg and Berwick.


    October 25

    Join the Moose Exchange for a special photography workshop on Sunday October 25 taught by photographer and Columbia County native Glenn Brogan. The two hour workshop will be held on the South bank of the Susquehanna river, across from the Bloomsburg Town Park. Cost for the class is $40 - a portion of which will be donated to the Exchange. For more information call 570-317-2596.


    October 25

    Bloomsburg University's Celebrity Artist Series continues Sunday October 25 with Woody Allen's Bullets Over Broadway. The hilarious musical comedy about making a Broadway show in the 1920's will be performed in the Haas Center for the arts starting at 7:30PM. For more information visit the Celebrity Artist Series under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    October 29

    The 54th annual Danville Halloween Parade is happening Thursday night October 29 starting at 7PM. Entry forms can be picked up at Beiter's Department Store on Mill Street or at Cole's Hardware on Ferry Street in Danville. For more information call 570-275-4863.


    October 31

    Downtown Bloomsburg Inc presents the 4th annual Brewsburg beer, wine, food, and music festival Saturday October 31 at the Caldwell Consistory on Market Square in Bloomsburg. The Halloween-night 80's party at the festival runs from 7-11 PM. All-inclusive tickets are $45, non-alcoholic tickets are just $25. For more information, visit Downtown Bloomsburg under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    Thru October

    The Bloomsburg Farmer's market is back for the summer. Come to Market Square from 7AM - 1PM every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday for fresh and locally-grown fruits, vegetables, flowers,eggs, meat and more. The market will run through October. For more information call 570-784-7123 extension 117.


    November 6

    Come enjoy a benefit Wine and Beer tasting Friday November 6 at Rolling Pines in Berwick. Support Columbia County Volunteers In Medicine and sample the products from area wineries and breweries, and enjoy fine food, desserts, art, and jewelry. There will be 50/50s and silent auctions too. Tickets are $30 each. The event runs from 5-9 PM. For more information call 570-752-1780.


    November 11-14

    Support AGAPE when you shop at Bon Ton in the Columbia Mall during Bon Ton Community Days, Wednesday through Saturday November 11-14. Coupon books can be bought for just $5 each at the AGAPE center on 7th Street in Bloomsburg, or online at AGAPE's website, under Community Organizations list at the top of the page.


    November 21

    The Columbia County 4-H will hold a movieland carnival Saturday November 21 at the Industrial Arts Building on the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds. Stop by from 3-8 PM for carnival games, pizza, silent auctions, and to see all the programs that the Columbia County 4-H has to offer. For more information find the Columbia County 4-H on Facebook.


    Thru November

    The Ferry Street Growers Market will be open every Saturday 8AM - 1PM through November 21, rain or shine. Find fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, baked goods and more, along with weekly activities for the whole family. The market sets up in the Coles parking lot at 330 Ferry Street in Danville.


    Thru November

    The Shenandoah Open-Air Farmer's Market will be open through the end of November Tuesdays and Fridays from 8AM-Noon. There's fruits, vegetables, and other plants and produce, as well as baked goods, all from local growers and sellers. The market sets up along South Main and East Center Streets in downtown Shenandoah.


    December 2 - 22

    Sign up your class today for one of the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble's Student Matinee performances of A Christmas Story at the Alvina Krause Theatre in downtown Bloomsburg. The matinees include a full performance of this year's holiday show, as well as a behind-the scenes look with a Meet The Cast session after the show. The nine student matinees run December 2-22. For more information visit BTE under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    Thru December

    The 2015 Friends of the Bloomsburg Public Library Historic Collectors Crock is now available. This year's design features the dome of Bloomsburg University's iconic Carver Hall. Limited numbers of the first three crocks in the series are still available as well. Each crock is handmade by Bunjo Pottery in Lancaster and is individually numbered. Price is $40 each. 100% of profits benefit the Bloomsburg Public Library. You can pick up an order form at the library on Market Street in downtown Bloomsburg or online at



    Experience Shenandoah in the summer of 1966 through the eyes of a 9-year-old and the ramblings of a 59-year old in the new memoir by WHLM's own Andy Ulicny. My Shenandoah, 1966 takes a nostalgic look at the 1960's in a small Coal Region town. Copies can be purchased for $31.95 each at the WHLM studios on Main Street in Bloomsburg. A portion of the proceeds will benefit local charities.



    Clear Brook Foundation invites all who are affected by Alcoholism and Drug Addiction to a program to promote awareness and education of Chemical Dependency. This free program will meet at St Matthew Lutheran Church at 123 Market St in Bloomsburg on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 PM. For more information, contact Trish Colangelo at 570-823-1171.  



    The Danville Community Band is looking for new members. Whether you've played for years or are just starting out, they invite you to join the band. No audition is needed. Rehearsals start at 7PM Thursdays in the Kirkbride building on the Danville State Hospital campus. For more information visit or call 570-275-3520.



    Volunteers are needed to help the Lycoming Animal Protection Society no-kill cat shelter in South Williamsport. Help is needed in many areas, from basic shelter maintenance to providing transportation to and from the local veterinarian. For more information call 570-327-8707, or go to



    Bloomsburg Christian Church's free library will be open every Saturday from 9:30 AM till 3:30 PM. The church is at 107 Deussen Drive in Bloomsburg.



    The free Saturday Trains program at Christ Memorial Episcopal Church will be open every Saturday from 10 AM – Noon. Check out the "talking train," the Amtrak "Pennsylvanian,"  dozens of other trains and a model merry-go-round that both children and adults can play with. The church is at the corner of Pine and East Market Streets in Danville.



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