News from Danville

 | By Leon Bogdan
Thursday, December 11, 2014

DANVILLE — A combative patient at Danville State Hospital has pleaded guilty but mentally ill in a series of assaults on staff members last year.

Brittany Madeline Kramer,...


Thursday, December 11, 2014

DANVILLE — A Danville man caught with synthetic marijuana and an Adderall pill during a Route 54 traffic stop has been sentenced to three months in jail for drug possession.

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 | By Leon Bogdan
Wednesday, December 10, 2014

DANVILLE — A mother has pleaded guilty to dropping off her child at school while under the influence of painkillers she took from her former husband after his back surgery.

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 | By Chris Krepich
Wednesday, December 10, 2014

DANVILLE — Danville’s mayor wanted council to promote the police sergeant to assistant chief, but the idea was shot down before she could even make her case.

Mayor Bernie Swank...


 | By Chris Krepich
Wednesday, December 10, 2014

DANVILLE — Danville’s unofficial historian has been ousted from the borough’s Historical Architectural Review Board to the dismay of her councilman husband.

Jason Clapp...


 | By Leon Bogdan
Wednesday, December 10, 2014

DANVILLE — A former Danville sewer-plant worker accused of keeping thousands in cash from scrap-metal sales pleaded guilty Monday to records tampering under a deal to dismiss all theft charges...


 | By Chris Krepich
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

DANVILLE — A taste of Mediterranean-style cuisine has come to Danville.

E tu Bistro quietly opened along Mill Street in November and will use fresh, local ingredients for dishes...


 | By Leon Bogdan
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

DANVILLE — A retired teacher bilked out of nearly $14,000 by a waterproofer had harsh words for the contractor as he was sentenced to prison Monday for six to 23 months.

While he may...


Tuesday, December 9, 2014

DANVILLE — Geisinger Health System rheumatologists have created a new care model for rheumatoid arthritis patients that has produced significant improvement in quality of care and reduced cost...


 | By Gary Pang
Sunday, December 7, 2014

DANVILLE — A teenage boy was left unable to walk after a spinal surgery went wrong at Geisinger Medical Center, a lawsuit contends.

A surgeon continued operating on Jacob Houser, then...


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