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Jurist was passionate about people, advocated progress

September 9, 2016 Many members of the legal community are remembering retired county President Judge Thomas Charles Raup, who recently died, for his passion for people, advocacy for progress and love of a good joke. more »»

Court orders board to probe complaint about labor union

September 9, 2016 The Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board erred when it refused to investigate a college professor’s complaint involving the use of teacher union dues to promote the 2014 candidacy of Gov. more »»

Outreach to Asia still a work in progress for United States

September 9, 2016 VIENTIANE, Laos — President Barack Obama’s final trip across the Pacific this week wasn’t just a valedictory tour through Asia. It was a tour through the good, the bad and the ugly of his Asia policy. more »»

Identity of motorist in crash released

September 9, 2016 State police have identified the driver who was injured in Tuesday night’s crash at Route 15 and Pinchtown Road in Clinton Township as Brett Yarger, 51, of White Dee. more »»

Forum calls differences in how Trump, Clinton are treated into question

September 9, 2016 WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — For months, Hillary Clinton’s supporters have griped that she’s held to a higher, harder standard than Donald Trump. more »»

Trifecta of the arts

September 8, 2016 Lycoming College on Wednesday entered into a three-year contract with the Pennsylvania College of Technology for use of the Community Arts Center. more »»

Police: Thursdays prime time for crime

September 8, 2016 The Williamsport Bureau of Police has seen an increase in burglaries and recorded the majority of burglaries and drug activity on Thursdays, according to the departmen. more »»

Jersey Shore seeking to fill vacancies for mayor, council seat

September 8, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — Municipal government here may be operating a bit short-handed over the next few weeks, due to the recent resignations of the mayor and a borough council positio. more »»

Montoursville sewage system to undergo upgrades

September 8, 2016 The Lycoming County Water and Sewer Authority Board approved additions to the Montoursville Regional Sewage System during its regular monthly meeting Wednesday night. more »»

Pa. report: More funding needed to cut into backlog of rape kits

September 8, 2016 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania government auditors said Wednesday new funding is needed to cut into the state’s backlog of untested rape kits, and they suggested penalties against police agencies that do... more »»

A Stranger Cared: Local women reunites with family of soldier missing in Vietnam

September 8, 2016 Karin Chanter was 3 years old when her father, Sgt. Maj. Edward R. Dodge, went missing on New Year’s Eve 1964, while he and his pilot flew over the Vietnam jungle. more »»

Trump criticizes US military generals

September 8, 2016 NEW YORK — Leveling unusually harsh criticism against the military, Republican Donald Trump said Wednesday night that America’s generals have been “reduced to rubble” under President Barack Obama an... more »»

Man gets 28 to 60 years for shooting at police officer

September 8, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — A man convicted of shooting at a central Pennsylvania police officer during a high-speed chase last year has been sentenced to 28 to 60 years in prison. more »»

Council OKs school resource officer agreement

September 8, 2016 MUNCY — While much of Tuesday night’s borough council was dedicated to discussion about a waste-to-energy incinerator proposal from Delta Thermal Energy Inc. more »»

Muncy residents continue their opposition to energy plant

September 7, 2016 MUNCY — After a lengthy period of questions and answers, a group of about 16 concerned citizens seemed to leave the Muncy Borough Council meeting Tuesday night with a better sense of what it can do... more »»

Police release logs with restrictions

September 7, 2016 The city police department has changed its policy on the release of police dispatch reports, commonly called police logs, once again. more »»

Lycoming Twp. takes proactive stance on cannabis

September 7, 2016 COGAN STATION — In a proactive measure to protect residents as marijuana laws change around the nation, the Lycoming Township supervisors unanimously approved the retail sale of cannabis products... more »»

Safety top concern during annual 9/11 Memorial Motorcycle ride

September 7, 2016 The 15th annual 9/11 Memorial Motorcycle Ride is days away, and safety is the No. 1 concern, according to the ride’s co-founder. more »»

Obama vows aid to clear 80M bombs in Laos

September 7, 2016 VIENTIANE, Laos — Declaring a “moral obligation” to heal the wounds of a secret war, President Barack Obama on Tuesday pledged help to clear away the 80 million unexploded bombs the U.S. more »»

Grant application before commissioners hopes to further recidivism study

September 7, 2016 A study into the recidivism rate in Lycoming County is continuing with a request for $1,440 in state grant money, according to the Lycoming County Prison warden. more »»



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