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Another terrorism tragedy met with tone-deaf reaction

March 26, 2016 And so it has happened again. Another horrific terrorist attack, this time in Brussels, Belgium, resulted in more death, destruction, worldwide trauma and chaos. more »»

Wolf relents, but indicates his vision remains unchanged

March 25, 2016 Gov. Wolf finally relented Wednesday in Pennsylvania’s embarrassing budget standof. more »»

‘Bob’ Beiter’s impact on community was broad and durable

March 24, 2016 When Williamsport’s Robert W. Beiter died last week, contemporaries of his may have reflected on his service as a Lycoming County Commissioner in the late 1970s. more »»

Lawmakers reach pleading stage with Wolf on state budget

March 23, 2016 So the state House sent Gov. Tom Wolf yet another spending package to solve the state budget impasse last week. more »»

South Side fire merger: Hopefully, full change is near

March 22, 2016 The three South Williamsport fire companies have merged into one –sort of. South Williamsport Borough Council voted last week to merge First Ward Fire Co. and Citizens Fire Co. more »»

Eisenhower would have been appalled at what has happened

March 21, 2016 Were he alive today, former President Dwight Eisenhower would be angry about a report this week that some Navy SEALs have to share rifle. more »»

Wolf breaks out familiar playbook in budget impasse

March 20, 2016 By now, the playbook is pretty familiar. Gov. more »»

Cleveland prepares for adversity at Republican convention

March 19, 2016 Perhaps it is a reflection of the rough-and-tumble process Republicans are enduring as they attempt to pick a nominee for president, but for whatever reason, Cleveland police are expecting trouble... more »»

Raise the Region hits high note for region’s generosity

March 18, 2016 How generous are the people of this region? How about $1. more »»

It takes a network to slay the dragon of domestic violence

March 17, 2016 The Sun-Gazette recently ran a series that called attention to the growing problem of domestic violence, underlining how serious the problem has become and some of the solutions. more »»

Montoursville heals before school debate fractures community

March 16, 2016 So there will be a Montoursville school building project after al. more »»

Montoursville heals before school debate fractures community

March 16, 2016 So there will be a Montoursville school building project after al. more »»

Wolf’s wage hike for some shows double standard

March 15, 2016 The minimum wage in Pennsylvania and 20 other states is a decade-old $7.25 an hour. more »»

Nancy Reagan was a critical part of the Reagan presidency

March 14, 2016 During the first half of the nation’s history, wives of our presidents received little public credit or even notice for their behind-the-scenes involvement in public affairs. more »»

Obama visit further abandons legitimate dissidents of Cuba

March 12, 2016 President Barack Obama has said that when he visits Cuba, he will discuss human rights abuses by that brutal regime. more »»

Bill would fill gap in Right-to-Know law on elected officials

March 12, 2016 Sunshine Week, which dawns today, is meant to champion the public’s right to know as much as possible about how government is managing the business taxpayers are funding. more »»

White Deer under private stewardship; Evaluation begins

March 10, 2016 After a few near contracts and some last-minute personnel obstacles, the White Deer Golf Course is officially under new management. more »»

Latest state poll in touch with state’s problems

March 10, 2016 Franklin and Marshall College has been conducting a valued poll of registered voters in Pennsylvania for 25 years. more »»

Brandon Park future reaching important phase

March 9, 2016 Twenty-seven questions. That’s what was on the online survey being taken in the past month to gather input on potential improvements to Brandon Park. Forty-two acres. more »»

First-year returns on reentry services center encouraging

March 8, 2016 According to experts on recidivism, the jury will be out for three years on the determination whether Lycoming County’s reentry services center is a success. But the first-year returns are good. more »»



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