Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Newspaper contacts | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
Reentry service center opens, looks to change lives

September 16, 2014 The future of preventing non-violent offenders from becoming career criminals opens today in Lycoming County in the form of the Lycoming County Reentry Service Center, according to President Judge... more »»

Montgomery fire leaves 2 displaced

September 16, 2014 MONTGOMERY — A mother and her college-student daughter were left temporarily homeless early Monday morning when a fire erupted in their first-floor bathroom-laundry room on Melvina Street, according... more »»

Speaker: Pension reform will improve state schools

September 16, 2014 As he sought to dispel myths about education spending at the state level, John Bouder said the key to improving Pennsylvania’s school systems is through pension refor. more »»

Local man to be on Wheel of Fortune

September 15, 2014 If Jake Smith’s life was a Wheel of Fortune puzzle board with the topic, “What are you doing,” Vanna White slowly would reveal letters that spell out: “Competing to win $1 million on this show. more »»

Trial in college student slaying to begin today

September 15, 2014 A man police linked to the execution-style shooting of a Pennsylvania College of Technology student Jan. 9, 2013, is set to be tried for homicide beginning today. more »»

Cold front coming

September 15, 2014 A cold front will sweep through the region this week, signifying the coming approach of the first day of autumn. more »»

Chaplain: ‘We have to have the courage to forgive and start again’

September 15, 2014 EDITOR’S NOTE: During the month of September, National Recovery Month, the Sun-Gazette will offer a special “What’s on your mind?” serie. more »»


September 15, 2014 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: Federal • The U.S. more »»

US wealth gap putting the squeeze on state revenue

September 15, 2014 WASHINGTON — Income inequality is taking a toll on state governments. more »»

Police: Trooper hurt in ambush now talking

September 15, 2014 BLOOMING GROVE (AP) — A Pennsylvania state trooper who was injured when a gunman ambushed him and killed another trooper outside a police barracks is conscious and talking for the first time since h... more »»

Flying success

September 14, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Gravity was scarce Saturday. more »»

Crash into bridge abutment proves fatal

September 14, 2014 By PHILIP A. HOLMES pholme@ssungazette. more »»

State Police identify trooper killed in ambush

September 14, 2014 BLOOMING GROVE — A late-night ambush outside a state police barracks in Pennsylvania’s rural northeastern corner left one trooper dead and another critically wounded, and authorities scoured the... more »»

Aid worker’s execution called ‘act of pure evil

September 14, 2014 BEIRUT (AP) — Islamic State extremists released a video showing the beheading of British aid worker David Haines, who was abducted in Syria last year, and British Prime Minister David Cameron late... more »»

In Jamaica, Rastas ready for pot decriminalization

September 14, 2014 KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Taking a deep draw on a pipe that glows with burning marijuana, reggae luminary Bunny Wailer gives a satisfied grin through a haze of aromatic smoke in his concrete yard... more »»

2nd trial ends in verdict after 2-hour deliberation

September 13, 2014 After only two hours of deliberation Friday afternoon, a jury in Lycoming County Court found Shakoor Trapp guilty of attempted homicide in the 2011 shooting and stabbing of a Maple Street woman. more »»

Reporter tries sky-diving at Balloonfest, Air Show

September 13, 2014 Small-town journalism isn’t the most lucrative profession, but it has its perks: the occasional free lunch, the backstage pass and sometimes the chance to jump out of an airplane — flying 8,500 feet... more »»

Williamsport woman: ‘Drug court was what saved my life

September 13, 2014 Janel Kline readily admits that drug court changed her life. “Drug court was what saved my life,” Kline said. “The more you progress in drug court, the more you learn to live again. more »»

Singers to belt out tunes on Brandon Park stage

September 13, 2014 Want to hear neighbors belt out tunes on stage at Brandon Park? Then you might want to attend the restart of the Mayor’s Community Sing, a once popular event that started with Mayor Leo Williamson,... more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web