Chimney fire damages Kreamer home

  KREAMER – A home in the Kreamer area of SnyderCounty was damaged by a chimney fire Saturday morning. The fire was reported to SnyderCounty9-1-1 at around 2:30am and they sent volunteers from Kreamer, Middleburg, Selinsgrove, and Freeburg.   The home at 1424   Creek Mountain Road in MiddleCreekTownship sustained relatively minor damage. No injuries were reported at the scene and crews were busy about two hours. No further details are out yet on that SnyderCounty chimney fire Saturday.  

Snow good for snowmen and policemen

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  LEWISBURG — Not only is snow good for snowmen, but it looks like it can help policemen too.  Police were able to track down two suspected burglars in Lewisburg by following their tracks in the snow.  Buffalo Valley Regional Police followed shoe prints in the snow from one targeted house to another on Wednesday night.   They eventually apprehended the men at a convenience store.  Police did not yet release the names of the men, who authorities say entered five homes and tried to enter another.  Both men have admitted to the burglaries, but police do not want to release names until the men are charged. There have been several burglaries since then and…

Bank customers take law into their own hands

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    WILLIAMSPORT — Bank customers took the law into their own hands on Friday.  According to police, a bank robbery was reported at the M&T Bank at 4th Street in Williamsport at 4p.m.  Upon arrival, police found several people holding down a man wearing a blue ski mask over his face.  There was money tossed around the foyer and underneath the suspect, who was actively trying to get up.   The suspect was taken into custody without further incident; he is identified as Antwone Casimere Cormier. The bank teller told police that Cormier was wearing the ski mask when he handed him a note that asked him to put money into the bag and…

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    PHILADELPHIA (AP) – The National Weather Service is predicting another wave of snow will soon hit Pennsylvania. Forecasters say the flakes will start falling late Friday night, dumping 2 to 4 inches on the western part of the state and 3 to 5 inches in central Pennsylvania. In eastern Pennsylvania, the snow will begin around daybreak Saturday. Meteorologists say the Philadelphia area will get 1 to 2 inches, while the outer suburbs and LehighValley will get 3 to 5 inches. The weather service cautions that travel may be difficult during the storm. AccuWeather says we’ll get 2-4 inches in The Valley. Full forecast at www.wkok.com.   HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Gov. Tom Corbett…

Saturday’s AccuWeather forecast: Two to Four…

Cloudy today with snow, steadiest in the morning and midday hours. Snow will accumulate 2-4 inches. High 31. Mostly cloudy and breezy tonight. Low 20. A morning flurry; otherwise, windy with variable cloudiness. High 30. Monday: some sunshine giving way to clouds. High 32. Tuesday: mostly cloudy with a little snow. High 36. Wednesday: partly sunny and colder. High 26.