POLICE INVESTIGATE BODY FOUND IN HUMMELS WHARF
Police found a body in a Monroe Township and have begun an investigation. According to State Police, the victim in the case is 35 year old Tiffany Judge who was found deceased in the Valley Lodge Motel in Monroe Township on North Susquehanna Trail in Hummels Wharf earlier this week. If you have any information that can aid the investigation, call Snyder County or Pennsylvania State police.
MIDD-WEST STUDENT KILLED IN CAR ACCIDENT
The Midd-West School District, released information that an unnamed student was killed in a tragic car accident on Monday. According to Police, the accident happened at Route 104 at Centerville Street and Troxelville Road involving a car and a tractor trailer, but no details of the accident have been revealed. In a statement from the Midd-West School District they say a beloved high school student lost their life as a result of the wreck and that counseling is available for students and staff trying to cope with the circumstances.
DANCE RECITAL AT CU-LOCK HAVEN
The Commonwealth University-Lock Haven Dance Consort will hold its semi-annual Showcase on with three shows on Nov. 17th and 18th in the John Sloan Fine Arts Center Auditorium. The recital will highlight the dancing and choreography of the current students in the program. Donations of period products will be accepted at each show to benefit LHUPCSS Period Poverty program on campus. Tickets are free to the public and can be reserved prior to the shows, available at the university box office. Email [email protected].
TASTY SPCA FUNDRAISER COMING SOON
The 22nd Annual Lycoming County SPCA “For the Love of Paws” fundraiser will be this Saturday at the Holiday Inn in Williamsport. The event, formerly known as Sweet Temptations, will offer food tastings that will include silent auction bidding, raffles, and recently adopted animals walking the red carpet. The money raised supports the SPCA in working towards its mission which includes efforts to protect all domestic animals providing shelter, emergency treatment, investigation and prosecution of cruelty or abuse and more. Get information and a link to purchase tickets at lycomingspca.org.
LEWISBURG MAN JAILED AFTER DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE
A man from Lewisburg is charged with felony aggravated assault after police say he cut his wife with a knife and attacked officers who responded to the domestic disturbance October 25th. According to North Central PA dot com, 58 year old Peter Holmes allegedly attacked his wife with the small knife, took her phone and money and became combative with police who eventually took him into custody at their Brown Street apartment. He was charged, and remanded to the Union County Prison in lieu of 75 thousand dollars bail. Holmes has a preliminary hearing November 30th.
MAN WHO ESCAPED WARREN COUNTY JAIL TO BE SENTENCED
The man who eluded police last summer after his escape from the Warren County Prison has now pleaded guilty for two more charges lodged against him; kidnapping a Pennsylvania couple and driving them to South Carolina as he evaded murder charges in New York, and for the prison escape July 6th. According to North Central PA dot com, 34 year old Michael Burham was a fugitive until Pennsylvania State Police captured him on July 15th. He will be sentenced January 5th for the charges in both cases in Warren County Court.
RECALL OF FRITO-LAY CRISPS
Consumers of Frito-Lay Off The Eaten Path Chickpea Veggie Crisps are being made aware of a recall of 16 thousand bags of the snack due to a potential milk allergen. According to North Central PA dot com, the crisps that were distributed in September in Pennsylvania contain undeclared milk ingredients due to the unintended presence of caramel seasoning. A consumer filed a complaint which brought about the investigation of allergic reactions with the chickpea veggie crisps only, no other Off The Eaten Path products are affected. Discard the product if you have sensitivity to milk products, or call 1-844-683-7284 with any questions.
PSP RECEIVES FUNDING FOR OPIOID INVESTIGATIONS
Funding totaling over 5.9 million dollars has been given to the Pennsylvania State Police from the Department of Justice for the locating and investigating of activities related to manufacturing and distributing meth, heroin, and fentanyl in the Commonwealth. According to North Central PA dot com, the grants are from Anti-Heroin Task Force and Anti-Methamphetamine Program and are for agencies with high rates of primary treatment admissions for heroin and other opioids. Troopers in Pennsylvania seized $65.4 million worth of illegal drugs in 2022.
PIAA Girls Soccer Semi-Finals
Central Columbia 4 Northwestern Lehigh 0
Central Columbia advances to the PIAA State Girls Soccer Finals on Friday
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PIAA Boys Soccer Semi-Finals
Quaker Valley 1 Central Columbia 0
PIAA Field Hockey Semi-Finals
Lackawanna Trail 5 Lewisburg 0
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