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Busy summer ahead for road, bridge repairs

May 15, 2015 The state Department of Transportation has a busy year ahead. more »»

Responders honored

May 15, 2015 The best of Lycoming, Tioga and Sullivan counties’ first responders were honored Thursday night at their annual EMS Council Appreciation Banquet, held at the Genetti Hotel Grand Ballroom. more »»

Council OKs agreement with tax collection firm

May 15, 2015 A guarantee to collect $150,000 in business privilege tax annually for the city, or the company isn’t paid — that’s the corporate promise City Council couldn’t ignore Thursday, one presented by city... more »»

Cops: Man ‘lied’ about involvement with shooting suspect

May 15, 2015 When city police first questioned Adrian Nahum Stafford about the shooting that occurred outside Club Imbibe on Pine Street, he admitted to driving Michael Rakeem Spencer, the alleged shooter, to th... more »»

St. John Neumann hosts open houses at schools Sunday

May 15, 2015 St. John Neumann Regional Academy is holding open houses Sunday at two schools. Both will be from noon to 2 p.m., one at the high school, 901 Penn St. more »»

Commissioners OK equipment, software

May 15, 2015 Lycoming County commissioners on Thursday approved funds for county software, landfill equipment and a vehicle for the priso. more »»

Safe & sound?

May 14, 2015 Law enforcement officials in Lycoming County are confident that an increased police presence in the city and throughout the area will reduce crime and increase public safety. more »»

Judges appoint 2 supervisors

May 14, 2015 Democrat Michael Steinbacher and Republican Graffus Johnston are the two newest Susquehanna Township supervisors. more »»

Tax hike expected in Loyalsock

May 14, 2015 Loyalsock Township School Board unanimously voted to approve its 2015-16 proposed final budget and raise school lunch costs during Wednesday’s meeting. more »»

Housing options, basketball hoops among topics at political forum

May 14, 2015 Can the next mayor of the city stop the pace of seizure of land by non-profit organizations demolishing houses for their expansion purposes? The question arose about medical facilities, colleges and... more »»

Council to review contract with tax collection business

May 14, 2015 City Council tonight is expected to review terms with a company that guarantees collecting $150,000 in business privilege tax annually for the city, or it isn’t paid. more »»

Property tax cut proposal passes House

May 14, 2015 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvanians would see billions in lower school property taxes under a proposal that made it out of the state House on Wednesday and into the hands of the Senate. more »»

MADD continues effort to eliminate drunken driving

May 14, 2015 He may be a MADD man, but Malcolm Friend’s vision isn’t all that radica. more »»

GOP pension bill passes Senate

May 14, 2015 HARRISBURG — Republicans’ sprawling, fast-track pension legislation made it through the Senate on Wednesday, but Democrats attacked its central money-saving strategy as unconstitutional and said it... more »»

2nd meeting set on East End gateway project

May 14, 2015 A draft plan exists to revitalize a portion of the city east of Market Street, north to Washington Boulevard and south at Via Bella. more »»

GOP mayor candidates clash

May 13, 2015 The temperature at a city mayoral candidate forum Tuesday rose to broiling as Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Commissioner candidates discuss their visions for the county

May 13, 2015 The six Republican candidates for Lycoming County commissioner at a political forum Monday night laid out their visions for the future of the county. more »»

Latest shooting death in city shakes up a neighborhood

May 13, 2015 City police on Tuesday continued to look for the gunman who shot and killed a 21-year-old city man late Monday night outside his home in the 400 block of Anthony Stree. more »»

House seeks to cut $5B in property taxes

May 13, 2015 HARRISBURG — A plan to replace nearly $5 billion in the property taxes that are used to fund public education in Pennsylvania with higher sales and income taxes passed the state House on Tuesday,... more »»

Commissioners to OK equipment, software

May 13, 2015 Lycoming County commissioners Thursday are expected to approve funds for county software, landfill equipment and a vehicle for the prison. more »»



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