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Loyalsock Township OKs restriction of waster use

July 14, 2016 Loyalsock Township supervisors on Tuesday unanimously voted to authorize a water use restrictio. more »»

Obama salutes fallen in Dallas

July 13, 2016 DALLAS — President Barack Obama urged Americans rattled by a week of violence and protests to find “open hearts” and new empathy Tuesday in a speech that seesawed between honoring police officers fo... more »»

Papers: Paterno ignored ’76 complaint

July 13, 2016 Staff and wire reports HARRISBURG — Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, told by a teenage boy in 1976 that assistant coach Jerry Sandusky molested him in a shower, responded that he didn’t want... more »»

Ex-nurse charged after allegedly forging signature for painkillers

July 13, 2016 A former nurse for a local physician faces felony charges for allegedly forging the doctor’s signature on more than 100 prescription slips in order to get more than 6,000 pills of various painkiller... more »»

Local delegates look forward to conventions

July 13, 2016 With primary season over and the presumed presidential nominees aiming at November, local delegates look forward to good times and political movement during the upcoming 2016 national conventions. more »»

Lycoming County sheriff pushes for paperless system

July 13, 2016 Lycoming County Sheriff Mark Lusk is pushing for a paperless system, in an effort to begin bringing Lycoming County’s record keeping into the 21st Centur. more »»

Convention cities tweak security after shootings

July 13, 2016 CLEVELAND — Rising tensions after the deadly ambush of police officers in Dallas and subsequent protests nationwide have led Cleveland and Philadelphia to adjust security plans for the national... more »»

Montoursville board discusses solicitor’s pay

July 13, 2016 Questions over payments made to the district solicitor boiled to the surface at the Montoursville Area School Board meeting Tuesday night. more »»

Lawmakers lack money for spending bill

July 12, 2016 HARRISBURG — Today will be crucial to determining whether Pennsylvania state lawmakers can pass a tax increase to fully fund a $31 billion election-year spending bill, and put a quick end to legal... more »»

Grant funding, firefighting merger topics for meeting

July 12, 2016 The South Williamsport Borough Council held the first public hearing regarding the Community Development Block Grant program’s Church Street reconstruction project during its meeting on Monday. more »»

Board approves demolition of old high school

July 12, 2016 LIBERTY — With only one vote against and one board member absent, the Southern Tioga School District board of directors on Monday voted 7-1 to demolish the former North Penn High School in Blossbur. more »»

Dallas chief spent years implementing reforms

July 12, 2016 DALLAS — When Micah Johnson opened fire on Dallas police in an act of vengeance against white officers, he was attacking a department whose chief has been lauded across the country for taking bold... more »»

2nd woman to be UK’s next leader

July 12, 2016 LONDON — After all of the flamboyant characters and very public backstabbing in the race to become Britain’s next prime minister, the winner turned out to be an understated workhorse who maintained ... more »»

Security cameras to go up in Jersey Shore

July 12, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — Installation of security cameras in different areas of the community to help deter crime is expected to occur within the next week, borough council learned Monday night. more »»

Hughesville prohibits parking on some streets during fair

July 12, 2016 HUGHESVILLE — With the opening of the Lycoming County Fair this week in the borough, at its meeting Monday night, council announced a list of streets that will be posted no parking. more »»

South Williamsport district looks to refinance bond

July 12, 2016 South Williamsport Area School Board is considering refinancing a 2011 bond issue to decrease the interest rate and increase savings. The bond originally was $7.2 million. more »»

Property lines, streetscapes concern Montoursville residents

July 12, 2016 MONTOURSVILLE — Several community members came before the Montoursville Borough Council to discuss ideas and problems in the community concerning clothing donations, streetscapes and land ownership... more »»


July 11, 2016 HARRISBURG — Democratic Gov. more »»

Start of county fair may see ‘pop-up’ showers

July 11, 2016 There is a slight chance of rain throughout the end of the week but that should not affect the opening events of the Lycoming County Fair on Thursday. more »»



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