SHAMOKIN -- Some businesses in Shamokin are stepping up to serve customers coffee and donuts since Dunkin Donuts is still closed.
A 13-year-old is accused of setting the building on fire over the weekend, causing extensive damage.
Laurie Davies of Shamokin stopped by "A Piece of Cake" on North 8th Street to get her daily coffee. Davies is normally a Dunkin Donuts customer.
"It's handier with the drive through. So you're sad about the fire? We are, we need some caffeine for work," Davies said.
Davies is talking about the arson Saturday night. A teenager is accused of setting Dunkin Donuts on fire.
After "A Piece of Cake" owner Jill Smith heard about the fire, she sprang into action. This family-owned business is usually closed on Sundays and Mondays.
"Even though it's a corporation, we still have community people who work there and have jobs. That's when we stepped it up on Sunday, came in, got things ready and opened on Monday," Smith said.
Smith and her family have a planned vacation this weekend, but will reopen Tuesday. They will open every Monday after that until Dunkin Donuts reopens. This week she's seen a lot of new faces.
"People that have been displaced because where they sit at Dunkin right now is closed. We opened our doors so that they can still have their fix with coffee and goodies," Smith said.
Another coffee shop that's seeing a boom in business is "The Sweet Tooth Cafe" on Independence Street.
"A lot of people are missing their coffee. They're going through withdrawal. You see Facebook and it's this and that. I miss this, I'm not getting that. They need their fix," Michael Kane said.
Customers are happy for the two shops.
"That's a wonderful thing. That's really great. That's nice of them to do," Davies said.
There's still no official word when Dunkin Donuts will reopen in Shamokin, but according to the sign, they'll be back soon.