BROOKVILLE â€” The trial of Christopher Thornhill ended on Thursday with him being found guilty of all but one of the counts with which he was charged in a shooting that took place in Punxsutawney on Sept. 22, 2011.
The victims in the incident were Punxsutawney residents Shane Glatt and Richard White Jr., both of whom survived with serious injuries.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Thursday afternoon, the Punxsutawney Chamber of Commerce held its annual membersâ€™ luncheon, and the highlight of the event was the naming of the 2012 Business of the Year Award, Krise Bus Service of
The winner write-up, read by Tracy Smith â€” representing Spirit Publishing Company, which was last yearâ€™s winner â€” stated this yearâ€™s winner was a company â€śformed in 1990 by a person who became interested in the industry while he was still a senior in high school. Starting out with 45 employees, this company grew steadily.
Wednesday afternoon, Foxâ€™s Pizza Den donated a check for $46,595.91 â€” funds raised during the annual Pizza & Prevention fundraiser â€” to the Punxsutawney Fire Department.
On hand for the event were (front, from left): J.R. Overly, Lindsey Fire Department; Matt Kengersky, Kengersky Insurance Agency; Larry McGuire Rembowski, department secretary; Cheri Yount, Bob Long and Nathan Shotts, Foxâ€™s employees; (back) Tim Fusco and Josh Manners, Elk Run Fire Department; and Corey Lash, Foxâ€™s employee.