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    Middleburg man jailed after assaulting woman

    MIDDLEBURG – A Middleburg man is locked up in the Snyder County Prison, charged with assaulting a woman.  Middleburg police say 33-year-old Adam Hummel assaulted a woman at a home on Fir Avenue in Middlecreek Township August 29.   Hummel is accused of refusing to allow the woman to leave. Police say he choked her and repeatedly hit her.   The woman was able to escape the home through a bedroom window and police say Hummel chased after her.   Hummel was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, unlawful restraint, false imprisonment and reckless endangerment.  (Ali Stevens)

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    Tom Brady’s ban lifted by judge

    NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge deflated “Deflategate” Thursday, erasing New England quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for a controversy that the NFL claimed threatened football’s integrity. U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell went too far in affirming punishment of the Super Bowl winning quarterback. Brady has insisted he played no role in a conspiracy to deflate footballs below the allowable limit at last season’s AFC championship game. The written decision frees Brady to prepare for the Sept. 10 season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The ruling was a surprise to some legal experts who believed Berman was merely pressuring the league to settle when he criticized its handling…

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    DUI checkpoints planned as Labor Day approaches

    SELINSGROVE – With Labor Day arriving on Monday, state police are hoping everyone finds a designated driver.  They have announced they will be taking part in DUI roving patrols and a DUI checkpoint during the month of September.   A location for the checkpoint has not been given, but it will take place in Snyder County, with state police at Selinsgrove participating.  (Ali Stevens)

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    Schuylkill County police officer assaulted

    NEW RINGGOLD, Pa. (AP) – Authorities say a police officer in Schuylkill County has been hospitalized following an assault.  State police say West Penn Township officer Melissa Ruch saw a vehicle on the side of the road Wednesday about 5pm and stopped to check it out. They say she started to approach the vehicle when a man came around the car, picked her up and threw her down an embankment.   By the time other officers arrived on the scene, the man was gone. Ruch was flown to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.  State police are handling the investigation. They say they are looking for a Hispanic male about 6;3” tall, weighing about 250 pounds,…

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    Allenwood man charged for police pursuit

    MIFFLINBURG – An Allenwood man faces more than a dozen charges, after leading police on a chase with a stolen vehicle.  Court documents show 18 charges were filed Wednesday against 32-year-old Cody Dyer for the incident on August 17.   Dyer is accused of leading police through Lycoming and Union Counties.  State police say he rammed a cruiser, forcing it into a ditch.  At one point, Dyer stopped and got out of the vehicle and threw chain saws and a tool box onto a rural road.  State police shot Dyer with a Taser, but Dyer was able to get back into the stolen vehicle and drive away.  He was taken into custody two days later…

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DUI Moving Memorial comes to Danville

DANVILLE – With Labor Day approaching on Monday, the Pennsylvania DUI Association is warning motorists about the importance of a designated driver.  The DUI Victim’s Moving Memorial made a stop at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville today and features the names of Pennsylvanians killed by impaired drivers.   Montour County District Attorney Rebecca Warren says they need to strengthen the state’s DUI laws, “The DUI laws allow you to wipe your slate clean after every 10 years, and they are only misdemeanor DUI’s no matter what the circumstances are.  Contrast that to retail theft, where on your third offense, it’s an automatic felony no matter what the price was of the item that you have…


Republicans call on Governor to negotiate

LEWISBURG – Valley Republican state representatives are on the road urging the Governor to get to work on a budget. At a press conference in Lewisburg Wednesday, Rep. Fred Keller (R-85th, Kreamer), Rep. Lynda Culver (R-108th, Sunbury) and Rep. Kurt Masser (R-107th, Elysburg) were joined by other Republicans who say the Governor is playing games with the state budget. Keller said Wolf’s plan takes more money out of the pockets of all Pennsylvanians, “The Wolf regime is spreading misinformation, vastly underestimating the intelligence of Pennsylvania’s citizens. Tom Wolf wants more money and he’s coming after all Pennsylvanians to get it.” Masser said the Governor isn’t telling the whole story about his budget for education funding,…


VIDEO HERE: Giant Food Stores opening in Lewisburg

  LEWISBURG – After nearly 20 years, Giant Food Stores is opening in Lewisburg. The 66,000 square foot store features a beer garden and eatery, a fresh hall with produce, deli, bakery and expanded dairy section. Marvin Mann, Lewisburg store manager says the state-of-the art SCAN IT! technology is an added convenience, “You simply scan you bonus card, you scan your items throughout the store, you come up front and it pulls the total and you’re completed with your transaction.” More than 165 associates are part of the Giant team. Mann says employees and customers alike are excited about the grand opening, “I have a lot of new employees from the area that are all…