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City: Federal spending on development drops yearly

November 7, 2014 City Council held its first reading of the proposed $993,000 community development budget, looking at what qualifying neighborhood streets are targeted for repair in 2015 and where other community... more »»

Man charged with homicide testifies in trial

November 7, 2014 Tyrell Boyd took the stand in his own defense Thursday during a homicide trial in front of a jury and Judge Marc Lovecchio. Boyd is charged with shooting and killing Ansari Wilson at 1510 Scott St. more »»

Notable women honored

November 7, 2014 Unique passions and focused determination is what the 12 women honored Thursday by the YWCA as women of excellence have in common. more »»

‘Quiet zone’ is topic of Newberry meeting

November 7, 2014 A meeting to explore the establishment of a “quiet zone” between Arch and Howard streets and the potential closure of the Depot Street railroad crossing will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. more »»

Rescue Workers taking donations

November 7, 2014 American Rescue Workers is accepting used clothing and household item donations at the following truck stations: • Buttorff’s Hardware parking lot, 111 Bridge St., Jersey Shore — 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

County: More gas drilling funds go to parks

November 7, 2014 Lycoming County commissioners on Thursday approved $88,000 of gas drilling impact fees for projects at six county parks. more »»

Author ‘speaks up for libraries’

November 7, 2014 Adults reading to children at James V. Brown Library is fairly common. more »»

PREPARED FOR A PLAGUE

November 6, 2014 There are no Ebola patients in Susquehanna Health, but if any arrive, the medical system is ready. more »»

Man on trial for homicide told police shooting was self-defense

November 6, 2014 “Should I get the death penalty for killing Mook?” According to testimony offered by retired city police Agent Leonard Dincher on Wednesday during day three of Tyrell Boyd’s trial, Boyd asked that... more »»

Guns, laptop allegedly found where ambush suspect was captured

November 6, 2014 Eric Frein stowed Soviet-era weapons alongside modern technology and found sustenance in bags of beans and a bottle of soy sauce, and warmth from candles, a propane stove and camouflage gear. more »»

Judge seeks resumes for commissioner ‘position’

November 6, 2014 Lycoming County President Judge Nancy Butts is requesting resumes from any registered Republican in the county interested in replacing county Commissioner Jeff Wheeland for an interim ter. more »»

Landlord’s suit alleges ordinance a way to search without warrants

November 6, 2014 A city landlord claims in a federal court lawsuit his civil rights were violated when police searched and seized his rental property in July. more »»

Obama vows to ‘get the job done’ with Republicans

November 6, 2014 WASHINGTON — One day after sweeping Republican election gains, President Barack Obama and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell pledged to try to turn divided government into a force for good... more »»

Pennsylvania Senate leaders sue Corbett over budget vetoes

November 6, 2014 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Senate leaders of both parties have sued Gov. more »»

Elementary school raises funds for veterans

November 6, 2014 MUNCY — To help a veteran raise awareness for the service members killed during the Global War on Terror, Ward L. Myers Elementary School is collecting money until Monda. more »»

Wolf to forgo state salary, limit use of mansion

November 6, 2014 MANCHESTER (AP) — Gov. more »»

2 women hurt in Arch Street crash

November 6, 2014 Two women were injured, one critically, when they were struck late Wednesday afternoon by an SUV as they were crossing the street in 500 block of Arch Street, city police sai. more »»

Cost overages questioned by committee

November 6, 2014 A question over how much the city Recreation Department spent to put on special events this year has Mayor Gabriel J. Campana and department heads in a defensive mood. more »»

Postal Service: Military mailing deadlines approaching

November 6, 2014 The U. S. Postal Service has released holiday deadlines for packages and mail heading to military members stationed overseas. Space available mail is due by Nov. 26 for all military. more »»

Wheeland unseats Mirabito

November 5, 2014 Republican Jeff Wheeland, a Lycoming County commissioner, was elected to represent the 83rd Legislative District in the state House of Representatives on Tuesday night, unseating Democratic incumben... more »»

 
 
 

 

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