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  • WWII Reenactment in Berwick

    BERWICK, Pa. — People got a glimpse back in time in Columbia County. Berwick’s Test Track Park was turned into a World War II military encampment for the weekend. This is the third annual World War II weekend. The event features military reenactors as well as demonstrations about life on the home front in the 1940s. “Give a taste to the public about the past. It’s fun for the public to see how they lived back in the ’40s,” said […]

  • Rain Doesn’t Keep People from Danville Heritage Festival

    MAHONING TOWNSHIP, Pa. — People dealt with some rain at an annual summertime festival in Montour County. Umbrellas were in hand at the Danville Heritage Festival at Hess Field in Mahoning Township on Saturday. This is the 20th year of the festival that helps remind people of Danville’s rich heritage, much of which was on display in the living history portion of the event. “When people were here looking at my things, they didn’t know what a blacksmith did. They […]

  • Beer Festival Raises Money to Spruce up Downtown Lehighton

    LEHIGHTON, Pa. — People raised a glass in Carbon County to help make their town look better. The beer festival was held in Lehighton on Saturday. The festival at Bonnie and Clyde’s Pub and Grill featured beers from 10 different local brewers. Money raised at the beer fest will go the Lehighton Downtown Initiative with the aim of beautifying the downtown. This was the first year for the beer festival.

  • Conservation Officers Share Boating and Fishing Tips

    PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Conservation officers shared some tips on boating and fishing with families at Moon Lake Park near Hunlock Creek. Saturday’s event was hosted by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. “A lot of times we’re out there and we’re more involved with looking for the violators. We don’t necessarily get to have this positive interaction, and it’s great, especially with the kids that they feel comfortable approaching us, talking to us, and we can spend time with […]

  • Scott Binsack Dead at 48

    A man who conned people out of money has died. Scott Binsack was in the news a decade ago when he was in trouble with the law for conning people in the Poconos and Clarks Summit areas. He then violated his probation and went on the run, even uploaded videos to YouTube ranting about his attempted scheme in Shamokin. He was caught in upstate New York in 2013. According to Binsack’s daughter, he died of heart problems in Las Vegas. […]

  • New Pizza Shop Donates to Go Joe 21

    ARCHBALD, Pa. — A pizza place in Lackawanna County is celebrating its opening weekend. Cazpo’s Pizza on South Main Street in Archbald officially opened Friday. The place continued the festivities on Saturday, handing out free lunches to kids. The meals included a slice of pizza, a cookie, and a bottle of water. Proceeds are being donated to Go Joe 21. Every year, WNEP meteorologist Joe Snedeker pedals his bicycle on a week-long ride to raise money for kids and adults […]

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  • At Least Four Injured in Explosion at Letterkenny Army Depot in Central Pennsylvania

    GREENE TOWNSHIP, Pa. — T Four people were injured and taken to area hospitals after a small explosion Thursday at Letterkenny Army Depot in southern Pennsylvania, according to the depot’s Facebook page. The blast erupted around 7:20 a.m. ET in the paint shop of a large warehouse and sparked a fire, Letterkenny said. The warehouse had to be evacuated, emergency officials said. At least three of the injured were airlifted to hospitals, according to the depot. It said all employees had been […]

  • Princess Party in Bloomsburg

    BLOOMSBURG, Pa. — It was a party fit for a princess in Columbia County. Applebee’s in Bloomsburg hosted “Princess Night” on Wednesday. Children got a chance to snap a picture with their favorite Disney princess, make their own magic wand, and even take a ride in a carriage. Monday raised at Princess Night went to fighting childhood cancer.

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