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The 6th annual WHLM Parade of Lights ushered in the Christmas Season in downtown Bloomsburg Friday evening. Check out the video below for highlights from this year's parade:


Video and editing by David Reilly


BTE's TreeFest opens this weekend at the Caldwell Consistory in downtown Bloomsburg. Hours are today 10-6 and Sunday 12-5. The annual Christmas Tree showcase re-opens Friday December 4 at 5PM. 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.


The second annual Cash And Carry community art exhibition will be open at the Exchange Antler in downtown Bloomsburg 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 this evening at 6PM at the gallery on Main Street in Bloomsburg.


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 tonight at 6PM at the gallery on Center Street in Bloomsburg.


Southside Fire Company in Riverside will be selling Christmas trees and wreaths now 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.


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 runs through December 27. For more information, visit the BTE under Our Partners at the top of the page.


Celebrate Advent with AGAPE Sunday afternoon 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.


The annual Mission Mall alternative gift-giving fair will be held at Bethany UMC on Summerhill Avenue in Berwick this Sunday. Doors will be open from Noon - 3PM for you to find a charity to donate to this holiday season.



WHLM Sports


Huskies Basketball

The BU Huskies Men’s basketball team played at Lincoln University Saturday afternoon. Bloomsburg came away with a 74-68 win. You can hear the details with Jim Doyle in the WHLM Husky Post Game Report:



Sunday afternoon the BU Women's team will play the University of the Sciences at Nelson Field House on BU's upper campus. Tip-off is at 1PM. Coverage on the WHLM stations starts with the pregame at 12:40.


High School Football Playoffs

Undefeated Southern Columbia played against Montoursville Friday night. Southern Columbia continued their streak defeating Montoursville 56-50 and will move forward in the playoffs. 




Run for the Diamonds

In Berwick yesterday... 1,530 runners getting the signal from the starters gun for the beginning of the 106th annual Run For the Diamonds through the streets of Berwick and Briar Creek Township. The overall winner was Matt Gillette of Shippensburg. Gillette running the mile course in 45 – minutes, 2 – seconds. Christian Thompson of Winston – Salem, North Carolina was second... and Trevor Vanackeren of Bethlehem, third. Marina Orrson Shavertown was first in the women's division... checking in with a time of 55 – minutes, 11 seconds.


PennDOT / Winter Preps
Even though there's no snow in the forecast, PennDOT says now is the time to prepare for winter driving. PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards says her agency and its fleet of snowplows and other equipment are ready to handle whatever winter sends our way. Richards says motorists can do their part as well, by exercising extreme caution when driving in snowy and icy conditions, and by keeping at least six car lengths behind a snowplow. PennDOT is responsible for over 40,000 miles of state-maintained roadways.


Berwick PD

The Berwick Police department are looking for men and women who would like to join the force through a competitive civil service exam. Police Chief Ken Strish says this is the second time that the borough has advertised for candidates. You can pick up applications for the exam by visiting Berwick City Hall in the 18 – hundred block of North Market Street. The deadline for turning them in is the close of business Monday afternoon.


Bloomsburg Parking

Headed for downtown Bloomsburg to do some Black Friday shopping... you'll be pleasantly surprised to find the parking meters on Main Street bagged. Police Chief Roger Van Loan says from now until the end of the year... you won't have to pay for parking... but a two hour limit is in effect. Free parking in the municipal lots begins December 16th... running through December 31st. It's all part of Downtown Bloomsburg, Incorporated and the Town Council... to make parking and shopping much easier this holiday season.


State Budget Impasse
As the state budget impasse approaches the 5-month mark, counties are losing patience as they struggle to meet basic needs. Count this among the casualties of the ongoing state budget impasse: the relationship between the state and the counties is eroding. Counties are struggling mightily as state funds for essential services are cut off, but they still have to send tax collections and fee money to Harrisburg without interruption. The County Commissioners Association of PA is now considering legal action to force the state to release funds to the counties...

Property Tax / Rent Rebate
The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue is encouraging those visiting family this weekend to remind older relatives about the property tax and rent rebate program. The Property Tax and Rent Rebate Program is open to Pennsylvanians age 65 and older; widows and widowers age over 50 and people with disabilities age 18 and up. Income must be limited to $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 for renters, but half of Social Security income is excluded.


Cab Robberies

Wilkes – Barre police are looking for the person who robbed two cab drivers early Thanksgiving morning. Police say a cabbie drove two men to the Madison Street area... and that's where the men robbed the driver at gunpoint. Police are also probing the robbery and the shooting of a second cab driver. This time the incident happened on North Washington Street when three men approached the driver... and demanding money. That cabbie was shot in the leg. Police don't know whether the two robberies are related.


Wilkes – Barre Stabbing

Wilkes – Barre police continue to investigate the stabbing of a man Wednesday night. The incident went down on Scott Street when 42 – year old Tameka Allen – Jackson allegedly stabbed a 51 – year old man in the chest during a fight. She fled the scene... and at last report was still on the loose. Once caught.. police say she'll face aggravated assault charges.



WHLM Sports

Southern / Montoursville

The unbeaten Southern Columbia football team played against Montoursville Friday night. Southern Columbia continued their streak beating Montoursville 56-50. You can hear the details with Jim Doyle in the WHLM Highschool Football Report.




Run For the Diamonds

Two runners who finished second last year, finished first yesterday at the 106th Run for the Diamonds in Berwick. Former Shippensburg University All American Matt Gillette bettered his time of last year by 31 seconds to win the first place diamond ring. Marina Orrson of Shavertown was the first female finisher. 1,530 runners started the race.


BU Basketball

The Bloomsburg University men’s and women’s basketball teams will both see action this weekend. The men play at Lincoln Saturday afternoon at 4... and the women are at home against the University of the Sciences Sunday afternoon at 1 O'clock. You can hear both of those game on the WHLM Stations.


NFL / Thursday

In the NFL Thursday... the Detroit Lions clobbered the Philadelphia Eagles 45-14... the Carolina Panthers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 33 -14. Dallas apparently losing QB Tony Romo for the rest of the season... and the Chicago Bears downing the Green Bay Packers 17 – 13,




Happy Thanksgiving from Newsradio WHLM!


An estimated 1,500 runners took part in the 106th Run for the Diamonds Thursday morning along Market Street in Berwick. The top finishers for the men were Matt Gillette of Orefield, Christian Thompson of Winston-Salem NC, and Trevor Vanackeron of Bethlehem. The top finishers for the women were Marina Orrson of Shavertown, Samantha Snukis of Stowe, and Christina Faust of  Macugnie. The local winners were Dylan Gearinger for the men, and Wendy Lupashunski for the women.


Stop by the Jackson Mansion from 10AM - Noon today for free tours of the first floor. The 19th-century mansion is on North Market Street in Berwick.


The 32nd annual Danville Knights of Columbus free Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be held today 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.



SCI Stabbing

A corrections officer from Berwick working at SCI Mahanoy... in Schuylkill County was stabbed over the weekend... allegedly by an inmate. The Press – Enterprise is reporting in Wednesday's edition Jared Mausteller is recovering from his injuries at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville. Mausteller was “shanked” by 24 – year old convicted killer William Cramer while being moved from his cell for a medical test. He was stabbed in the neck and arm... and was rushed to Geisinger where he underwent surgery. Other guards subdued Cramer... who has been transferred from the SCI to a Frackville jail.


Holiday Scams

Tis the season.... the season for scamming unsuspecting people... particularly the elderly. Jillian Gunther of Berwick who works in the banking industry... says there's a new, old scam going around these days. It involves someone calling you... saying if you don't pay a fine or a parking ticket you'll be arrested and jailed. It never happens, but whoever is calling is trying to put the squeeze on for your money. If you get calls like... or similar to that... contact you local police department.


Helicopter / Laser

A mystery this morning for investigators. State Police at the Bloomsburg sub - station says someone on the ground shined a green laser pointer at the crews of an twin – engine Chinook ARMY helicopter in the vicinity of Service Road in Hemlock Township Tuesday night. It happened around 6:30 as the helicopter flew overhead. No one was taken into custody... and the investigation is on – going.


Run for the Diamonds

An estimated 1,500 runners are expected to take part in Thursday's Run for the Diamonds along Market Street in Berwick. Already... about a thousand entries have been received by race organizer Margaret Livsey who gets questions... such as... last minute registration. In reality... Ms. Livsey says on – site registration begins Wednesday afternoon at the Elks on Third Street in Berwick.... followed by last minute sign – ups Thursday until 10 AM. Live coverage of the Run for the Diamonds with Jim Doyle can be heard Thursday on the WHLM Stations following the 10 O'clock news.


Holiday Travel / PA Turnpike
Pennsylvania Turnpike officials are expecting heavy use of the toll road during the Thanksgiving holiday travel period. An estimated 3-point-2-million vehicles are expected on the turnpike between now and Sunday. Construction projects will be curtailed and four lanes will be in use throughout the weekend. State police and Turnpike Safety Patrols will also be on hand to assist motorists with accidents or disabled vehicles. Holiday travelers will be joined on the Turnpike on Sunday by hunters, with rifle deer season set to begin on Monday.


Kathleen Kane / Governor
Governor Tom Wolf has called for attorney general Kathleen Kane to step down in the wake of series criminal charges, but he awaits state senate guidance on what to do about it. Article 6, Section 7 of the state constitution appears to give the governor the power to remove an elected officer with support of two - thirds of the state Senate. A special Senate committee has been examining that previously - obscure law and a report is due out today. As for Governor Wolf, he wants to wait to see what the Senate decides before committing to taking the action to remove Kathleen Kane from office. There's no timetable for a Senate vote. The action would be unprecedented in Pennsylvania and perhaps nationally.


Scholarship Money
Lawmakers are calling on the Governor to open up a program to get scholarship money to Pennsylvania students, which is now on hold because of the late budget. Funds raised from the Educational Improvement Tax Credit program go to scholarships for private school students and additional programs in public schools that wouldn't be possible otherwise. But some lawmakers say if businesses can't participate by the end of December... 150 million dollars will be lost... and that will force private school students out of schools that are working for them...and into public schools that are already struggling.


Luzerne County

In neighboring Luzerne County last night... the County Council voted six to five to borrow up to $20 - million to close a $22 – million budget gap... thanks to the state budget crisis. Meantime... County Manager Robert Lawton is expected to be back at work Wednesday. During Tuesday night's meeting there was a motion on the floor to suspend him... but that failed. Council members says he's not transparent enough... and is looking for another job.


Tresckow Mine Fire

A $9 – million contract has been awarded to a Hazleton firm to squelch a pesky mine fire near Jeansville in near – by Carbon County. The fire has been burning in a mine shaft near Tresckow for nearly ten years... and it's now up to the Hazleton Shaft Corporation to extinguish it. The company has been working with the Department of Environmental Protection on an adjacent piece of property. Now, the company plans to digging two isolation trenches... in essence... stopping the fire from spreading.


PA Society

If there's no ironclad budget deal by the second week of December, many state legislative leaders and other lawmakers say they will skip the annual Pennsylvania Society gala in Manhattan. It's the premier political event for Pennsylvania politicians. Lawmakers don't want to be spotted partying at swanky hotel receptions while schools and nonprofits struggle to stay afloat without state funding during a budget stalemate that reached its 148th day Wednesday. The New York City gala culminates with a dinner at the Waldorf Astoria on Dec. 12th.


Fantasy Sports

All of us could soon be allowed to play fantasy sports gambling sites like “DraftKings” and FanDuel.” There is pending legislation calling on both sites to make a deal with state-licensed casinos. If the site owners don't strike a deal with the state, they could be banned completely. Under the proposed bill, gamers would be able to log on to one of the state's 12 casino sites and be redirected to a sports gambling site. The proposal is not yet scheduled for a vote


WHLM Sports

Southern Columbia

The Southern Columbia football team will get a chance at payback this Friday when they take on Montoursville at Tiger Stadium in the District 4 AA championship game. Last season in the semifinals, Montoursville defeated the Tigers 26-14. You can hear Friday’s game on the WHLM Stations beginning with the pre - game show at 6:30.


BU Men's Basketball

The Bloomsburg University men’s basketball team played Wilmington University last night at the Nelson Field House. WHLM's Jim Doyle is reporting that Wilmington downed Bloomsburg 81 to 78 in the final seconds of the game. Next up for the Huskies is a game at Lincoln University on Saturday afternoon.


Run for the Diamonds

C. Fred Joselyn of Mount Holly Springs... in Cumberland County... is expected to be one of the contenders for the first place diamond ring when the 106th Run for the Diamonds takes place Thursday morning in Berwick. Joselyn, who finished 5th last year, recently finished first at the Steamtown Marathon in Scranton. The Run for the Diamonds starts at 2nd & Market Streets in Berwick Thursday morning at 10:30. Coverage on the WHLM Stations begins at 10 O'clock.




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.




Vet Expo

Military Veterans attended an expo over the weekend at the Central Columbia High School hosted by State Representative David Millard of Berwick. Korean War vet Al Beemer of Bloomsburg was on hand telling WHLM News when he returned home he was treated well... but that wasn't the case for those who served in Vietnam. Vendors at the expo... offering goods and services geared towards not only to vets from a generation ago, but targeting the Afghan and Iraqi war vet.


Berwick Vet Park

Berwick residents now have another park to visit. The opening of Veterans Memorial Park at Front and Second Streets Saturday afternoon. It contains plenty of grassy area... and the centerpiece... a fountain honoring all branches of the military. The park also honors long – time Berwick family physician Dr. Thomas Cretella. Borough Council President Alvin Hill says no taxpayer dollars were used.... with the Cretella family donating the dollars for the fountain... and the Susquehanna Community Foundation purchasing the land the park sits on.


Vets / Job Market
Legislation designed to benefit veterans in the job market is on its way to the full state Senate. The bill, approved by the Senate Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee, would allow private sector businesses to set up veterans preference hiring programs. Committee Chairman Senator Randy Vulakovich says if this becomes law, Pennsylvania would join 27 other states in this effort. Vulakovich says veterans, especially those with disabilities, have a higher rate of unemployment than non-veterans.


9/11 Memorial

It's been about a year in the making... but finally a Berwick teenager took the wraps off his monument to New York City first responders in the 9/11 terrorist attack in New York City. Colin Hill of Berwick secured 350 pounds of the south tower of the World Trade Center... unveiling it over the weekend on the law of the Reliance Fire Company on West Third Street. The twin towers are prominent in the display... including the two TV antennas which broadcast the events of the day until the south towers collapsed.


Geisinger / Obese Children
Researchers with Danville - based Geisinger Health System have made an alarming find in the heart health of obese children. Researchers found that obese children had thicker heart muscles than healthy - weight children... which is an indication of heart disease. There was no determinable onset of the disease... as the thicker muscles were found in children as young as 8. Researchers aren't sure at this point if the damage can be reversed but they will continue to track the children in the study.


Tamaqua Fire

A fire investigator is expected to be in Tamaqua today... in Schuylkill County Monday... trying to figure out why a fire gutted two homes... leaving four others damaged along Orwigsburg Street. Since the blaze started early Saturday evening... the folks living in the building were able to escape. Both homes were gutted... and will have to be torn down.


Nanticoke Standoff

A Nanticoke man is behind bars this morning... following a stand off with police over the weekend. 38 – year old Daniel Dosette... barricaded himself inside a Park Street home Saturday afternoon. Dosette waved a weapon and threatened police. They finally subdued him, but three officers were injured in the process. Dosette faces a long list of charges.


Syrian Refugees
Racial justice advocates in Harrisburg are firing back at lawmakers who are seeking to keep Syrian refugees out of the state. The CEO of the YWCA of Greater Harrisburg Mary Quinn released a statement saying that, as Americans, we should not be blaming the victims of terrorism that are trying to find safety. She says she was prompted to write the statement because silence is a welcome mat for hate and discrimination...and a discussion about what we want our American values to be...can make communities stronger.


WHLM Sports

George Curry

The most successful coaching career in the history of high school football in Pennsylvania came to an end Friday night when Berwick lost to Scranton Prep in the District 2 AAA championship game. Bulldogs’ coach George Curry finished his career with 455 wins, 404 of those wins in his 39 seasons at Berwick.


Southern Columbia

Unbeaten Southern Columbia is the only area team still alive in the post season playoffs. This Friday the Tigers are at home against Montoursville in the District 4 AA Final.


BU Basketball

The Bloomsburg University men’s and women’s basketball teams played at California yesterday. WHLM's Jim Doyle reports that the BU men defeated California 81 – 75. The women's team was defeated by California 81 – 65. Next up for the men’s team is a home game against Wilmington Tuesday night. The women’s team is at home Sunday afternoon against the University of the Sciences.


NFL / Sunday

In the NFL Sunday, the Tampa Bay Bucs routed the Philadelphia Eagles 45-17... and the Houston Texans beat the New York Jets 24-17.



Kyle Busch is the new NASCAR Cup Series Champion winning the Ford Eco Boost 400 at the Homestead – Miami Speedway in South Florida.




The Danville Area Performing Arts Ensemble will present Robert Fulghum's "Uh Oh! Here Comes Christmas!" this afternoon at the Danville area Middle School. Showtime is at 2PM. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for students and Seniors. For more information visit


Grove Presbyterian Church will hold a community harvest home service this evening at 4PM. Donations of nonperishable food and fresh vegetables will be delivered to the Danville Food Pantry. A community meal will follow the service at the church on Bloom Street in Danville.



WHLM Sports


Huskies Basketball

The Bloomsburg University Men’s and Women’s basketball teams began PSAC play Saturday afternoon against Seton Hill in Greensburg. The Huskies Women won against Seton Hill with a score of 82-79. The Huskies Men also won with a score of 88-74.


The Huskies were on the road again Sunday afternoon to play California, PA. The Women's team lost 65-80 and the Men's team won 81-75. You can hear the details with Jim Doyle in the WHLM Huskies Postgame Report.




Saint Columba Church in Bloomsburg will hold their 11th annual Winterfest today at the church on Iron & Third Streets. From 9AM - 2PM there will be over 30 craft vendors, baked goods and other homemade food, raffles, and more. For more information call 570-784-5932.


Trinity United Methodist Church in Danville will hold their annual Holiday Arts & Crafts festival today from 9-3 PM. There will be more than 40 craft and gift vendors for your holiday shopping, as well as home baked goods and and appearance by Santa Claus. The church is at 306 Lombard Avenue in Danville.

The Schuylkill Historical Fire Society will host an indoor yard, bake, and soup sale today starting at 10AM. The society's museum is at 105 South Jardin Street in Shenandoah.

Emmanuel Baptist Church in Millville will hold their next Emmanuel's Kettle community lunch today from 11:30-12:30. There will be free homemade bean soup and biscuits. The church is on State Route 254 in Millville.


The Columbia County 4-H will hold a movieland carnival this evening at the Industrial Arts Building on the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds. Stop by from 3-8 PM for carnival games, pizza, silent auctions, and to see all the programs that the Columbia County 4-H has to offer. For more information find the Columbia County 4-H on Facebook.


The Danville Area Performing Arts Ensemble will present Robert Fulghum's "Uh Oh! Here Comes Christmas!" this weekend at the Danville area Middle School. Showtimes are today at 7PM, and Sunday at 2PM. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for students and Seniors. For more information visit


The 2nd annual Cash & Carry community art exhibition at the Exchange Antler opens tonight in downtown Bloomsburg. Events start at 6PM with a silent auction for the submitted works. 80% of the price goes directly to the artist, 20% goes to support the Exchange Stairwell Gallery. The show officially opens Black Friday and will run through Christmas Eve. A reception will be held Saturday November 28 at 6PM. For more information call 570-317-2596.


BU's Celebrity Artist Series continues tonight with America's Got Talent finalists Sons of Serendip. The classically-inspired 4 piece group will perform a selection of popular covers and holiday pieces at the Haas Center for the Arts starting at 8PM. For more information, visit the Celebrity Artist Series under Our Partners at the top of the page.


Grove Presbyterian Church will hold a community harvest home service Sunday evening at 4PM. Donations of nonperishable food and fresh vegetables will be delivered to the Danville Food Pantry. A community meal will follow the service at the church on Bloom Street in Danville.



WHLM Sports


Berwick HS Football

The era of Coach George Curry came to a close Friday night after the Berwick Bulldogs fell to Scranton Prep 37-7 in the District 2 Class AAA Final. Berwick ends their season with a 9-3 record. Coach Curry ends his career after 46 seasons and 456 career wins.


Southern HS Football

Southern Columbia remains unbeaten after soundly defeating Hughesville 56-20 in a District 4 AA semifinal on Friday. Southern will face Montoursville in the Final next week.


Bloomsburg HS Football

Bloomsburg tried for the school’s first Eastern Conference title since 2004 at Schuylkill Haven in the Class A Final Friday night. The Panthers fell short, Schuylkill taking the title 35-7.


You can hear the details from Friday's games in the WHLM Friday Night Football Report:



BU Wrestling

The Bloomsburg University wrestling team battled Purdue Friday night at the Nelson Field House. The final score was Purdue 37 - BU 12.


Huskies Basketball

The Bloomsburg University Men’s and Women’s basketball teams began PSAC play Saturday against Seton Hill in Greensburg PA. The Huskies Women won against Seton Hill with a score of 82-79. The Men also won with a score of 88-74. You can hear the details with Jim Doyle in the WHLM Huskies Postgame Report. 




The Huskies are on the road again Sunday afternoon to play California, PA. The Women's game tips-off at 1PM. The pregame show starts at 12:40 on the WHLM stations.


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