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Trial begins for man involved with 2-year-old’s self-inflicted shooting

September 15, 2016 The aggravated assault trial of Cody A. more »»

Geisinger Health System adding 1,500 workers

September 15, 2016 DANVILLE (AP) — Geisinger Health Systerm, a sprawling hospital system that covers much of rural Pennsylvania, is planning to hire 1,500 more medical professionals and other workers. more »»

White House sets goal to take in 110,000 refugees

September 15, 2016 WASHINGTON — The United States will strive to take in 110,000 refugees from around the world in the coming year, the White House said Wednesday, in what would be a nearly 30 percent increase from th... more »»

Poll: Americans favor slightly higher bills to fight warming

September 15, 2016 WASHINGTON — Most Americans are willing to pay a little more each month to fight global warming — but only a tiny bit, according to a new poll. more »»

Council to review city pension obligations tonight

September 15, 2016 City police and fire department pensions and those of officers and employees will be on City Council’s agenda tonight. more »»

Varsity soccer ticket prices decrease at Jersey Shore

September 15, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — A petition to decrease varsity soccer ticket prices was presented by parent Dave Stratton at the Jersey Shore Area School Board meeting Monday night and the board approved the request... more »»

Superintendent set to receive 2 percent raise

September 15, 2016 The Loyalsock Township School Board voted unanimously to grant a 2 percent raise to Superintendent Gerald McLaughlin based on his contract and a “proficient” evaluation during Wednesday’s meeting. more »»

Goodies for our Troops seeking help

September 15, 2016 WELLSBORO — Goodies for our Troops, a veteran’s support group that fills, packages and ships boxes of goodies to local troops serving overseas, is looking for people to fill the bus to raise funds... more »»

Price-tag relief

September 14, 2016 A little more than $1.4 million has been saved so far through construction changes to the original Montoursville Area High School building project, the school board learned Tuesday night. more »»

Scranton man guilty of raping unconscious victim

September 14, 2016 A jury Tuesday returned a verdict of guilty on 18 out of 20 charges, including rape of an unconscious victim, against David C. more »»

2nd fatal in 2 days on Route 220

September 14, 2016 LINDEN — Just one day after two men changing a tire on Route 220 in Woodward Township were struck and killed, another fatal crash occurred on the same stretch of highway Tuesday afternoon, when a... more »»

Commissioners consider increase to retirement system

September 14, 2016 A 2016 payment increase of $316,551 to the county retirement system will be voted on during the Lycoming County commissioner’s Thursday meeting. more »»

Recreation overuns may be covered in transfer ordinance

September 14, 2016 The city Recreation Department is $36,000 over its budget, Finance Director William E. Nichols Jr. told the city finance committee Tuesda. more »»

Tree grant gets initial OK; RR crossing upgrade update is offered

September 14, 2016 A state grant meant to bring more trees into the city for volunteers and city officials to plant next Arbor Day that doesn’t cost taxpayer dollars may be applied for by the city administration shoul... more »»

United Way kicks off campaign to raise $1.48M for community’s needs

September 14, 2016 In launching its 94th annual campaign today, the Lycoming County United Way hopes to tap into “love of the community” to raise $1.48 million to fund its program partners next year. more »»

Loyalsock sets trick-or-treating time, continues with other business

September 14, 2016 Trick-or-treaters in Loyalsock Township can expect to mass their stores of candy from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Oct. 31. more »»

City’s 3 pension funds to cost $64,000 more in ’17

September 14, 2016 Next year’s $3.8 million minimum municipal obligation to fund pensions for police, fire and officers and employees is about $64,000 more than this year’s costs, according to the city finance chief. more »»

Montgomery police chief to residents: Report to us

September 14, 2016 MONTGOMERY — In response to an issue Councilwoman Fae Herb related to Borough Council at its meeting Tuesday night concerning complaints about the skate park at Montgomery Park, Police Chief Ernie... more »»

Bret Michaels latest gift to the community

September 13, 2016 Bret Michaels, front man of the rock group Poison, will be the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania’s 10th in a series of 12 monthly “Centennial Surprise” gifts to the community on... more »»

Board to vote on teachers’ new contract

September 13, 2016 After over a year without a teacher’s contract, the South Williamsport school board will be voting on a tentative agreement at its Oct. 3 meeting, according to superintendent Dr. Mark Stamm. more »»



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