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Homelessness an urgent concern in county

April 18, 2015 They are homeless adults living in squalor or surviving in tents, under bridges and in boxes. more »»

New flags at YMCA

April 18, 2015 Tony “The Flag Man” DiSalvo made sure no one left empty-handed. He sauntered through the crowd Friday, during a flag-raising ceremony outside the YMCA, living up to his sobriquet. more »»

Muncy graduate gets role on Fox News show about history

April 18, 2015 A man with local roots will join the lawless landscape of television Sunday night as the featured actor in the next installment of Bill O’Reilly’s docu-series “Legends and Lies: The Real Wes. more »»

Party to get contest for ’16 senate nomination

April 18, 2015 HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania’s Democratic Party received its surest sign yet Friday that it will have a contested primary in next year’s U.S. more »»

United Way dinner recognizes giving

April 17, 2015 In accepting the 2014 Lycoming County United Way Douglas C. Dickey Humanitarian Award, Robert L. Shangraw noted that no one individual earns such recognition. more »»

Snack chip maker to eliminate jobs

April 17, 2015 About 7 percent of the employees at Frito-Lay’s Williamsport facility will be eliminated as part of productivity efforts. more »»

Police: Woman set fire to car after she intentionally crashed into city radio station

April 17, 2015 The 30-year-old woman who crashed her rental car into the Clear Channel Broadcasting building at 1559 W. Fourth St. more »»

Council: Finding money for levee study, work a top priority

April 17, 2015 Two city consultants hired to find funding streams for the city’s capital projects were told in no uncertain terms Thursday the flood levee costs were worrisome and would be a priority for City... more »»

'Jobs that pay'

April 16, 2015 ALLENWOOD — As he toured a local natural gas well training site Wednesday, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf emphasized the need for the state to continue investing in the industry. more »»

Hepburn Street dam called a ‘drowning machine’

April 16, 2015 It’s a “killer dam,” a “drowning machine,” that has trapped boaters who’ve gone over its edge and found themselves in a rolling, churning spiral, said city fire and administration officials. more »»

Low-lying dams drown hundreds of unsuspecting victims

April 16, 2015 DES MOINES, Iowa — For the better part of a century, submerged dams were workhorses of the American heartland, harnessing the power of rivers to run grain mills, generate electricity and keep lakes... more »»

Local district judge candidate addresses alleged ‘dirty tricks’

April 16, 2015 City police Chief Greg Foresman held a press conference at his residence Wednesday afternoon to respond to what his campaign for district judge is referring to as “dirty tricks. more »»

Police: Shooting victims not helping investigation

April 16, 2015 City police had few new details to release about Tuesday night’s West Fourth Street double shooting because, as one very frustrated investigator said, “We’re getting stonewalled by the victims. more »»

Consultants to give council economic update

April 16, 2015 A quarterly report on city projects and finding potential ways to pay for them will be presented to City Council tonight by Penn Strategies and Rettew Associates, two firms hired by the city as... more »»

Water authority celebrates plant’s anniversary

April 16, 2015 JERSEY SHORE — The Jersey Shore Area Joint Water Authority celebrated the centennial anniversary of the Larrys Creek Filtration Plant Wednesday. more »»

Hall backs hoops; mayor, pickleball

April 16, 2015 City Councilman Bill Hall promised he’ll put the basketball hoops back at Memorial Park, if he becomes mayor and if a group keeps the courts free of litter and troublemakers. more »»

Many Earth Day events to be offered

April 16, 2015 With Earth Day next Wednesday, local communities and organizations are getting ready to give back to the environment with different clean up and environmental-themed activitie. more »»

Work on bridges to disrupt city, Jersey Shore traffic

April 16, 2015 Drivers in Lycoming County can expect two traffic disruptions in Jersey Shore and Williamsport due to bridge work in the area, according to the state Department of Transportation. more »»

East Lycoming School District hires new elementary principal

April 16, 2015 HUGHESVILLE — East Lycoming School Board approved several personnel changes, including hiring a new elementary school principal, during its meeting on Tuesday night. more »»

 
 
 

 

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