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Hundreds attend event at park

November 22, 2014 Diane Steppe was bundled up and ready to get the holidays started off right by attending Friday night’s Festival of Lights in Brandon Park. more »»

Brush fire along Interstate 180

November 22, 2014 Volunteer fire officials said a discarded cigarette from a vehicle may have sparked this small brush fire along the westbound lanes of Interstate 180, just east of the Lycoming Mall, in Muncy... more »»

Benton man killed in Thursday wreck

November 22, 2014 UNITYVILLE — A Columbia County man was killed Thursday night when his pickup truck went airborne and over a 50-foot embankment at Route 118 and North Woods Road in Jordan Township, state police. more »»

Pedestrian hit, injured

November 22, 2014 A pedestrian was critically injured when she was struck by a car on Northway Road, just north of the Loyalsock Township High School-Middle School entrance, about 5:20 p.m. more »»

Woodward holds line on taxes

November 22, 2014 LINDEN — Taxes will remain the same for residents of Woodward Township in the proposed 2015 budget presented for advertising by the township supervisors Wednesday night. The current millage rate is 0. more »»

SPP’s go live in the Montgomery district

November 22, 2014 MONTGOMERY —School Performance Profiles, commonly called SPPs, went live for the public on Nov. 6, according to Daphne L. Bowers, superintendent of the Montgomery Area School District. more »»

2 young people escape serious injury

November 22, 2014 MORRIS — Two young people driving along Route 287 in Tioga County Thursday afternoon escaped serious injury when their Volkswagen and a tractor-trailer loaded with wood chips collided in what the... more »»

WMWA treatment plant receives high honor

November 22, 2014 Providing safe drinking water to 51,000 customers has resulted in the Williamsport Municipal Water and Sanitary Authority receiving a national award. more »»

Mayor presents budget with no tax increase expected

November 21, 2014 Mayor Gabriel J. Campana handed copies out of the city’s proposed 2015 $21.4 million budget Thursday night. The proposed balanced budget calls for no increase in real estate taxe. more »»

Review of Recreation Department’s books begins

November 21, 2014 The city finance committee has begun to search the programming budget of the Recreation Department, paying close attention to line items showing expenses and income and preparing questions for the... more »»

Commission OKs plan for gas company office in Porter Township

November 21, 2014 The Lycoming County Planning Commission Thursday night approved the final development plans submitted by Pennsylvania General Energy for a building to serve as the company’s base of operations in th... more »»

Police, firefighters respond to crash

November 21, 2014 UNITYVILLE — Volunteer firefighters, paramedics and state police were dispatched to a very serious crash on Route 118, near North Woods Road, in Jordan Township about 8 p.m. Thursday. more »»

Local show time

November 21, 2014 When Mark Mussina is asked about his movie, “The Opposite Sex,” which premiers locally on Saturday at the Community Arts Center, the Montoursville native responds with a mixture of thoughts. more »»

Housing authority passes budget

November 21, 2014 The Lycoming County Housing Authority Board approved the agency’s 2015 budget during its regular monthly meeting Thursday. more »»

Variances granted for cellphone tower, residence licenses

November 21, 2014 A wireless cellphone tower will be constructed on the former Sheridan Elementary School at 915 Sheridan S. more »»

Library-related website grows

November 21, 2014 A Williamsport website dedicated to posting upcoming events has significantly grown since last year, the James V. Brown Library’s board of trustees learned at a meeting Thursday afternoon. more »»

School board agrees to use grant writers for stadium

November 20, 2014 The Williamsport Area School District will employ Penn Strategies to write a grant for funds for its stadium project. more »»


November 20, 2014 BODINES — A woman was awakened just in time early Wednesday morning to some noises, allowing her to escape her burning mobile home on Slacks Run Road in Cascade Township, about 2 miles from here,... more »»

Athletics, veterans, play events updated

November 20, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Drama was on the minds of East Lycoming School Board members this week, specifically “Pride and Prejudice,” which is this fall’s junior and senior play. more »»

Prevent pollution now to avoid fines later, official says

November 20, 2014 There are measures that individuals and municipal governments can take to meet stormwater runoff mandates and avoid crippling fines from state and federal environmental agencies. more »»

Pa. congressmen challenge proposed EPA expansion

November 20, 2014 Several Pennsylvania congressmen claim a proposed expansion of federal authority in environmental concerns would harm Pennsylvania farmers and jeopardize the state’s “ability to manage its own water... more »»



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