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    Thanksgiving Safety

    While state and local police are patrolling the roadways this Thanksgiving holiday weekend... the folks who run the trauma unit at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville will be on the job. Jessica Holmes who is associated with the pediatric trauma center at GMC says Interstate 80 runs through the heart of their service area. To make sure kids and their parents are not injured... police will be looking for seat belt usage... as well as aggressive and suspected drunk drivers.


    Triple A / Travel

    A stronger economy and lower gas prices mean Thanksgiving travelers can expect more congested highways this year. During the long holiday weekend, 46.9 million Americans are expected to go 50 miles or more from home, the highest number since 2007... so say the Triple A. That would be a sixth – tenths percent increase over last year... and the seventh straight year of growth. Like on every other holiday, the overwhelming majority of travelers — almost 90 percent — will be driving.


    Dan Knorr

    New challenges are on the horizon... starting next week... for former Bloomsburg Mayor... and current Danville Administrator... Dan Knorr. He's been named the next director of external and government relations at Bloomsburg University. During a recent interview... Mr. Knorr says a new chapter in his life awaits him. Mr. Knorr leaves his Danville Borough job at the close of business Wednesday.... starting at the University next Monday.


    Budget / Lawsuit Possible

    Could the state be sued over the lack of a budget. Columbia County Commissioner David Kovach says that's one option okayed Monday during a meeting of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania underway in Hershey. Counties... including Columbia and Montour... are starting to feel the effects of a nearly six month budget impasse in Harrisburg. A lawsuit is just one of the options being explored by C-CAP in order to get the release of commonwealth and federal funding for essential services. Counties also authorized CCAP counsel to investigate the legal ramifications to counties and county officials of ceasing to remit funds, collected at the county level on the state’s behalf, during an impasse and allowing those funds to be used for essential local services.


    Budget Framework
    Governor Tom Wolf says the state budget framework announced two weeks ago is in peril. Governor Wolf told the Pennsylvania Press Club that Republicans haven't been able to gather enough votes to pass the framework... which includes a big increase for basic education spending... as well as property tax relief... a component Wolf says is key to an agreement. Republicans say their complaint is with the way property tax relief will be divided across the state.


    Budget / Tax Relief
    The state Senate narrowly defeated a measure which would have changed the way public schools are funded in Pennsylvania. The proposal would have eliminated the school property tax, replacing it with higher sales and personal income taxes. The Senate vote was 24-24, with Lt. Governor Mike Stack casting the deciding no vote. Eighteen Republicans, including Senate President Pro Tem Joe Scarnati voted “yes,” with 12 GOP members, including Majority Leader Jake Corman, casting "no" votes.


    Animal Resource Center

    Looking out for stray and unwanted animals in Columbia County. That's what the Animal Resource Center does year round. Now... they're looking for you're help... seeking blankets for their dogs and cats... so says executive director Linda Bird. And... the center has dogs and cats looking for forever homes. Check them out on their Facebook page... or at their website...


    Road Construction Deaths
    Legislation on its way to Governor Wolf's desk would stiffen penalties for motorists who injure or kill workers in highway construction zones. Under the bill, violators would face fines and penalties exceeding one thousand dollars. More serious offenses involving injuries to highway workers or emergency personnel would result in a fine of up to $5,000 and a six-month suspension of the violator's driver's license. Drivers causing the death of a worker would pay a fine of up to $10,000 and surrender their license for one year.


    Guard Stabbed

    An inmate at SCI Mahanoy in Schuylkill County is now facing an attempted murder charge after he allegedly attacked a corrections officer. 24 – year old William Cramer attacked the guard using a homemade weapon. The guard was slashed in the neck and arm. He was transported to a hospital in critical condition.


    Gas Prices

    Self – Service, unleaded gas prices across Columbia and Montour Counties... as well as all of northeastern PA are holding steady. The Triple - A Fuel Gauge report shows area drivers are paying an average of $2.29 - a - gallon. A week ago... gas was retailing at $2.33 - a - gallon.... and a month ago... gasoline average $2.31 – a – gallon. The Triple A says the average price for fuel nationally is $2.07 – a - gallon.


    WHLM Sports

    BU Basketball

    Bloomsburg University sophomore Christian Mortellite is the PSAC Eastern Division men’s basketball player of the week. Mortellite averaged 28.5 points a game over the weekend in leading the Huskies to road wins over Seton Hill and California. Tuesday night the Huskies played against Wilmington University. The Huskies Men lost with a score of 78-81. You can hear the details with Jim Doyle in the WHLM Huskies Postgame Report.




    BU Women's Basketball

    The Bloomsburg University women’s basketball team swept PSAC East honors this week. Junior Mia Hopkins is the player of the week and Alyssa Mack is the freshman of the week.


    NFL/ Monday

    In the NFL Monday night... the New England Patriots down the Buffalo Bills 20 to 13.


    NBA / Monday

    In the NBA Monday night... the Philadelphia 76er's continue their losing streak. The Sixers defeated by the Minnesota Timberwolves 100 to 95.


    NHL / Monday

    In the NHL, The Philadelphia Flyers got by the Carolina Hurricanes 3 to 2.




    Through November 23

    SMILE, the single mothers group, is holding their annual Kozy Kidz children's hat and glove drive all Winter through March 6. Donation boxes can be found at the Berwick and Bloomsburg libraries, AGAPE, and the Berwick YMCA through March, and at the Bloomsburg YMCA through November 23rd. For more information call 570-752-1354.


    November 25 (30)

    TeaFest, he annual Scottish high tea at TreeFest is happening Monday November 30 at 1PM. Tickets are $25 and includes soup, sandwiches, dessert, and admission to TreeFest. Make your reservation before November 25. For more information call 570-784-5530.


    November 26

    The annual Berwick Run For The Diamonds will be happening Thanksgiving morning starting at 10:30. The event is one of the oldest footraces in the country. The 9-mile loop starts and ends on Market Street in Berwick.


    November 26

    During the Run For The Diamonds, stop by the Jackson Mansion from 10AM - Noon for free tours of the first floor. The 19th-century mansion is on North Market Street in Berwick.


    November 26

    The 32nd annual Danville Knights of Columbus free Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be held Thanksgiving Day in the St Joseph School Hall off Route 11 starting at Noon. No reservations are required. There will be free door prizes and a visit by Santa. Delivery and take out will be available. For more information call 570-275-2512.


    November 27

    The 6th annual WHLM Parade Of Lights will usher in the Christmas season and illuminate downtown Bloomsburg with thousands of Christmas lights starting at 6PM Black Friday November 27. Top prizes for the best displays include $1000 for first place, $500 for second place, and $250 for third. The first 30 entries will receive a $25 gift card to Kohl's Stony Hill Tree Farm. For more information and to register, click the button at the top-left of the page.


    November 27 - December 6

    BTE's TreeFest is happening the weekends of November 27 and December 4 at the Caldwell Consistory in downtown Bloomsburg. Hours are Fridays 5-9, Saturdays 10-6, and Sunday 12-5. Cost is $6 for adults and free for kids 12 & under. Special needs tours will be given Wednesday and Thursday December 2 & 3. For more information visit TreeFest under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    November 27 - December 24

    The second annual Cash And Carry community art exhibition will be open at the Exchange Antler in downtown Bloomsburg Black Friday November 27 though Christmas Eve. Each piece on display can be bought for $25, with the majority of the cost going directly to the artist. New pieces are welcome to be submitted during the run of the show. A reception will be held Saturday November 28 at 6PM at the gallery on Main Street in Bloomsburg.


    November 27 - December 24

    Southside Fire Company in Riverside will be selling Christmas trees and wreaths starting Friday November 27 through Christmas Eve. Hours are Thursdays and Fridays 4-7 PM, Saturdays 9AM - 7:30PM, and Sundays 11AM - 5PM. The station is at 200 Avenue D in Riverside.


    November 27 - December 27

    Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble presents their annual holiday show: A Christmas Story, at the Alvina Krause Theater in downtown Bloomsburg. Adapted from the classic 1983 comedy film, the play will feature young actors from the local area. The show opens with a food donation preview Friday November 27 at 2PM. The show runs through December 27. For more information, visit the BTE under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    Through November 27

    The Berwick Community Christmas Boulevard committee is asking for your support this year for the 69th annual Christmas Boulevard. You or your business can become a corporate or personal sponsor in support of a great community tradition. Please submit your pledge by Friday November 27. For more information call 570-336-0858.


    November 27 (Dec 4)

    The 11th annual Animal Resource Center dinner and auction is coming up Friday December 4 at the Washies Fire Hall in Danville. Doors open at 5:30, dinner starts at 6:30. Tickets are $30 at the door, or just $25 before November 27. Proceeds benefit ARC. For more information call 570-204-2491.


    November 28 - January 10

    Artspace Gallery in downtown Bloomsburg will present Art for the Holidays, a collection of works by gallery members. The show will run through January 10. A reception will be held Saturday November 28 at 6PM at the gallery on Center Street in Bloomsburg.


    November 28 & 29

    During the North Pole Express train excursions November 28 & 29, stop by the Children's Museum in Bloomsburg and check out the North Pole model train display. Saturday and Sunday from 10AM - 4PM, bring your North Pole Express ticket and get $1 off admission to the museum on West 7th Street, less than a block from the train's departure point on Market Street in Bloomsburg.


    November 29

    Celebrate Advent with AGAPE Sunday November 29 at Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomsburg. There will be carols, community, and more from 2-4 PM at the church on Market & 3rd Streets in Bloomsburg. Everyone is invited.


    November 29 - December 13

    The annual Mission Mall alternative gift-giving fair will be held at Bethany UMC on Summerhill Avenue in Berwick Sunday November 29, and at St John's Lutheran Church on Race and Fifth Streets in Mifflinville December 6 & 13. Doors will be open from Noon - 3PM for you to find a charity to donate to this holiday season.


    November 30, December 5

    Katy's Church will hold their annual Hungry Hunters Lunches Monday November 30 & Saturday November 5 from 10AM - 5PM. There will be hot soups, sandwiches, and deserts. The historic church is on Katy's Church Road near the state game lands in Muncy.


    Thru November

    The Ferry Street Growers Market will be open every Saturday 8AM - 1PM through November 21, rain or shine. Find fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, baked goods and more, along with weekly activities for the whole family. The market sets up in the Coles parking lot at 330 Ferry Street in Danville.


    Thru November

    The Shenandoah Open-Air Farmer's Market will be open through the end of November Tuesdays and Fridays from 8AM-Noon. There's fruits, vegetables, and other plants and produce, as well as baked goods, all from local growers and sellers. The market sets up along South Main and East Center Streets in downtown Shenandoah.


    Thru November

    Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomsburg will be holding a Winter coat drive through November. New and gently used coats, hats, and other cold-weather clothes can be dropped off in the gymnasium in the basement of the church at the corner of Market & Third Streets in Bloomsburg.


    December 2

    Come to Tree Fest at the Caldwell Consistory in downtown Bloomsburg Wednesday December 2 for an evening of gift card bingo to support the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble. Doors open at 4PM, the games start at 6. Tickets are $20 for 20 games. While you're there, grab a bite to eat and tour the decorations at TreeFest. Seating is limited so get your tickets soon. For more information visit the BTE under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    December 2 - 22

    Sign up your class today for one of the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble's Student Matinee performances of A Christmas Story at the Alvina Krause Theatre in downtown Bloomsburg. The matinees include a full performance of this year's holiday show, as well as a behind-the scenes look with a Meet The Cast session after the show. The nine student matinees run December 2-22. For more information visit BTE under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    December 3

    The River Poets present Melanie Simms & Jesse Waters at the Bloomsburg Public Library Thursday December 3. The authors will be giving a public reading of their works from 7:30 - 9PM, followed by a book signing. The library is on Market Square in downtown Bloomsburg.


    December 5 - January 1

    The 69th annual Berwick Christmas Boulevard will open for the season Saturday night December 5. Come and see the lighted holiday displays from many community organizations set up on the Market Street boulevard in Berwick. The Boulevard will be on display through New Year's Day.


    December 5

    Come to American Legion Post 792 on Main Street in Shenandoah Saturday December 5 from 10AM - 2PM for a community meeting to develop a plan for the 2016 improvement of Bicentennial Park. Lunch and refreshments will be served. Please call ahead to reserve a seat. For more information call 570-622-6097.


    December 5

    Bloomsburg University's Celebrity Artist Series continues Saturday December 5 with the internationally-renowned Parsons Dance Company. The show starts at 8PM in BU's Haas Center for the Arts. For more information visit the Celebrity Artist Series under Our Partners at the top of the page.


    December 6

    Join the Bloomsburg University Global Awareness Society at their 25th annual international conference in Budapest, Hungary in May & June of 2016. Participation in the conference and cultural activities is open to all. Deadline to sign up is Sunday December 6. For more information call 570-389-5177.


    December 7 & 8

    The PA Department of Health will hold two influenza and shingles vaccination clinics for uninsured and underinsured individuals in the Danville area Monday and Tuesday December 7 & 8. On Monday come to the Montour County Health Center on Church Street in Danville from 9-11 and 1-3. On Tuesday the clinic will be held at First Baptist Church on Brookside Drive from 9-1. For more information and to make an appointment call 570-275-7092.


    December 11

    The last Berwick Elks Fish Fry of the year will be held Friday December 11 from 11AM - 7PM. Cost is $8 each. The lodge is at 117 West 2nd Street in Berwick.


    December 12 & 13

    The Jubilate Choir and Orchestra will present their 2015 Christmas concert, Sing We Now Of Christmas, at St Matthew Lutheran Church on upper Market Street in Bloomsburg. Showtimes are Saturday December 12 at 7PM, and Sunday December 13 at 3PM. Admission is free, tickets are not required. For more information call 570-784-4515.


    December 13

    Journeymate Ministries will hold their 6th annual free community day and Christmas dinner Sunday December 13 at the Caldwell Consistory in downtown Bloomsburg. Doors open at Noon. Music and activities start at 12:30, followed by a full Christmas dinner. For more information call 570-764-7985.


    December 13

    Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomsburg will hold their annual holiday youth dinner theater Sunday December 13 at 5PM. Bring a covered dish and sing along with some holiday favorites. The church is at 3rd & Market Streets in Bloomsburg.


    December 14

    The Danville Community Singers will present their annual Christmas concert, Come And Sing Of Christmas, Monday December 14 at St Peter's United Methodist Church in Riverside. The concert starts at 7PM at the Church at 240 Sunbury Road.


    December 19

    Berwick Girl Scout Troop 32455 will hold a pasta dinner fundraiser Saturday December 19 at Berwick First Presbyterian Church on North Market Street. Dinner will be served at 6:15 PM. Cost is $7.50 a plate. Proceeds benefit the troop's upcoming trips to Washington DC and Wildwood NJ.


    December 20

    The annual Manger In The Park living Nativity and pageant will be held Sunday December 20 at 6PM at the Bloomsburg Town Park. The live Nativity will include real animals and free refreshments will be available for the audience.


    Through December 20

    The Columbia County Guide Company will be holding a Paws & Wags pet supply drive for the Danville SPCA through December 20. Donations can be dropped off at the Danville SPCA on Bloom Road. For more information call 570-387-5098.


    Thru December

    The 2015 Friends of the Bloomsburg Public Library Historic Collectors Crock is now available. This year's design features the dome of Bloomsburg University's iconic Carver Hall. Limited numbers of the first three crocks in the series are still available as well. Each crock is handmade by Bunjo Pottery in Lancaster and is individually numbered. Price is $40 each. 100% of profits benefit the Bloomsburg Public Library. You can pick up an order form at the library on Market Street in downtown Bloomsburg or online at


    January 9

    The annual Winter Trash-To-Treasure sale will be held Saturday January 9 in Bloomsburg University's Kehr Union ballroom. Doors open 9AM - Noon. Tickets for the 8AM early bird sale are just $5 and can be bought at the United Way office on Penn Street, next to Geisinger Bloomsburg Hospital. Proceeds benefit the Columbia County United Way. For more information call 570-784-3134.


    Through March 6

    SMILE, the single mothers group, is holding their annual Kozy Kidz children's hat and glove drive all Winter through March 6. Donation boxes can be found at the Berwick and Bloomsburg libraries, AGAPE, and the Berwick YMCA. For more information call 570-752-1354.



    Experience Shenandoah in the summer of 1966 through the eyes of a 9-year-old and the ramblings of a 59-year old in the new memoir by WHLM's own Andy Ulicny. My Shenandoah, 1966 takes a nostalgic look at the 1960's in a small Coal Region town. Copies can be purchased for $31.95 each at the WHLM studios on Main Street in Bloomsburg. A portion of the proceeds will benefit local charities.



    Clear Brook Foundation invites all who are affected by Alcoholism and Drug Addiction to a program to promote awareness and education of Chemical Dependency. This free program will meet at St Matthew Lutheran Church at 123 Market St in Bloomsburg on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 PM. For more information, contact Trish Colangelo at 570-823-1171.  



    The Danville Community Band is looking for new members. Whether you've played for years or are just starting out, they invite you to join the band. No audition is needed. Rehearsals start at 7PM Thursdays in the Kirkbride building on the Danville State Hospital campus. For more information visit or call 570-275-3520.



    Volunteers are needed to help the Lycoming Animal Protection Society no-kill cat shelter in South Williamsport. Help is needed in many areas, from basic shelter maintenance to providing transportation to and from the local veterinarian. For more information call 570-327-8707, or go to



    Bloomsburg Christian Church's free library will be open every Saturday from 9:30 AM till 3:30 PM. The church is at 107 Deussen Drive in Bloomsburg.



    The free Saturday Trains program at Christ Memorial Episcopal Church will be open every Saturday from 10 AM – Noon. Check out the "talking train," the Amtrak "Pennsylvanian,"  dozens of other trains and a model merry-go-round that both children and adults can play with. The church is at the corner of Pine and East Market Streets in Danville.




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