It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News Week In Review.
Monday, more than 100 residents were temporarily evacuated as crews battled a house fire in Northampton County.
A family of eight lost everything in a fire in the Borough of Bath.
Amazingly, no one was seriously injured and crews were able to contain the fire to one home.
Authorities were unable to determine what caused the fire.
On Tuesday, a former sheriff in Warren County, New Jersey was indicted on underage sex abuse charges.
A grand jury handed up 6 counts of child sexual abuse against 85-year-old Edward Bullock.
Bullock was the Warren County Sheriff from 1982 to 1991.
He's accused of abusing a 10-year-old-boy for several years starting in 1986.
Wednesday, officials in Bucks County were on high alert after a number of overdoses were linked to a tainted batch of heroin making its way through the area.
Police said the heroin was laced with a powerful painkiller 100 times more powerful than heroin.
In the past week there was six overdoses, two deadly.
On Thursday, an alleged serial bank robber was nabbed in Berks County.
Police said 28-year-old Anthony Lena of Mount Penn admitted to a string of bank robberies in the county.
Officials said a call to Crime Alert: Berks County led police to Lena after he robbed Visions Federal Credit Union in Cumru Township.
Friday, a gas leak in Reading left a group of neighbors fired up.
Residents in the 300 block of South 5th Street said UGI never notified them of a gas leak in their neighborhood.
UGI officials said residents were never in any danger.
And that's the 69 News Week In Review.