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Raid is the sort of action needed to fight city problem

December 20, 2013 Williamsport codes, police and fire officials closed the property at 405 High St. recently after it had several building violations and police discovered drugs and drug paraphernalia in the open. more »»

Agency, business take natural gas to another level

December 19, 2013 There’s one place you can go in Williamsport where gasoline costs less than $2 a gallon. Call it the visionary reward. more »»

A model for how transportation work creates jobs, economy

December 18, 2013 When the state transportation bill was passed recently, there was lip service paid to the job retention and expansion that can be fueled by road and bridge improvements. more »»

Final budget move: Pay should match new city codes role

December 17, 2013 The codes department for the City of Williamsport is being counted on to become another level of safety net for residents, assuring safe, up-to-regulation housing that is crime-free. more »»

Political campaign finance proposal: Beward of motive

December 16, 2013 Proponents of accountability in political campaign financing may have applauded President Barack Obama’s proposal recently to curb tax-exempt groups that use donations made anonymously to influence... more »»

Move to streamline local school district management numbers

December 15, 2013 oday’s continuation of the Sun-Gazette’s Right to Know Project features a breakdown of the salaries and benefits of the superintendents of the region’s school district. more »»

Consider real science in debate over climate change

December 14, 2013 Contrary to what President Barack Obama claims, the science on climate change is far from settled. That conclusion can be drawn from a new scientific report. more »»

Army Reserve Center will serve practical purposes in future

December 13, 2013 It may not seem it when you observe how Washington does business, but it is possible for government to work like it's supposed to. more »»

Ultimate verdict on road bill years away

December 12, 2013 There has been expected criticism of the state’s recently passed transportation bill. more »»

Gas heating prices another dividend of drilling boom

December 12, 2013 About two-thirds of the Pennsylvanians who heat their homes with natural gas are paying the lowest December prices they’ve paid in a decade. more »»

Local property owners dealing with alarming flood insurance costs

December 11, 2013 About 10 percent of Lycoming County's 53,000 parcels are in the flood plain. more »»

Mandela: His power was in his grace and will to unify

December 10, 2013 The achievements that Nelson Mandela packed into 95 years of a life that ended peacefully last week are hard to even put into words. more »»

Budget cut disputes neverending, also should be unnecessary

December 9, 2013 Among the many upsetting aspects of federal spending negotiations going on in Washington is a comparison of budget cuts in dispute to those agreed upon with little controversy. U.S. Sen. more »»

The Iran pact: A raw deal that is cause for worry

December 7, 2013 A substantial number of members of Congress, along with several other countries that have been longstanding allies of the U.S. more »»

Sobering news on pensions, bankruptcies

December 7, 2013 Today’s Right to Know Project theme was pensions for Williamsport policemen. more »»

Court may be only way to get 'all of the above' energy plan

December 6, 2013 Americans should not have to go to court to force President Barack Obama to follow the “all of the above” energy policy he claims to espouse — and to obey the law. more »»

Prison overcrowding: Day reporting center a serious solution

December 5, 2013 The numbers speak to Lycoming County's prison population problems There are 2,500 commitments to the Lycoming County Prison every yea. more »»

State highway bill bolsters Thruway, Route 220 corridor

December 4, 2013 Gov. Tom Corbett put his signature on a $2.3 billion transportation bill this past week, the final step toward the most ambitious road and bridge improvement plan in Pennsylvania in decades. more »»

Versatility will keep natural gas industry thriving in region

December 3, 2013 There are 4,000 natural gas wells producing energy in our region right now. There are another 1,000 drilled but still waiting to go online. more »»



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