News from Bloomsburg

 | By GERI GIBBONS
Thursday, July 23, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — When Mary Almy, a transgender woman, moved to the Bloomsburg area about four years ago, someone warned her that people in the area discriminate against those in...


 | By Susan Schwartz
Tuesday, July 21, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — A Facebook post by the Bloomsburg Fair mocking state Health Secretary Rachel Levine sparked outrage Monday as it spread widely on social media.

The post featured photos of...


 | By The Press Enterprise Staff
Tuesday, July 21, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — Xander Shaffer pitched a complete-game shutout and Berwick defeated Bloomsburg, 10-0, in Senior RBI baseball Monday afternoon.

Shaffer struck out seven...


 | By Julye Wemple
Monday, July 20, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — A move to disband the town’s historical review board stalled at a Town Council meeting last week, but it’s been put “on notice” it needs to make changes, one council member said....


 | By The Press Enterprise Staff
Sunday, July 19, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — With the traditional start of classes only a month away, schools are working to reopen in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic — busy with plans they hope will keep students safe...


 | By Leon Bogdan
Sunday, July 19, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — Benton Volunteer Fire Company treasurer Gary Elliott said it was easy selling french fries, the only item on the menu at his company’s stand during Saturday’s Firemen’s Relief...


Sunday, July 19, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — A Danville man who crashed his 2006 Ford Mustang onto the curb on West Main Street on May 29 told police that he had been trying to avoid hitting another vehicle, according to...


 | By GERI GIBBONS
Saturday, July 18, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — Across the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds Friday, volunteer firefighters from nearly a dozen companies and other vendors set up food stands more than 20 feet apart from each other, patrons...


 | By Michael Lester
Friday, July 17, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — Columbia County commissioners on Thursday earmarked $3 million of the county’s federal coronavirus funding for small business assistance and $800,000 to improve Internet access in...


 | By GERI GIBBONS
Friday, July 17, 2020

BLOOMSBURG — When West End Ale Haus opened again in June after being limited to take-out customers for about 10 weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic, owner Jennifer Kessler cried.

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