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Little League pins go on sale next week

August 13, 2015 The official 2015 baseball-themed pins offered by the Sun-Gazette to celebrate the Little League Baseball World Series will go on sale at 7:30 a.m. Aug. 17 at the Sun-Gazette building, 252 W. more »»

Late Sun-Gazette employee memorialized

August 13, 2015 New this year to the Sun-Gazette’s annual offerings of baseball-themed pins is one featuring the likeness of Sue Engler, a 50-year Sun-Gazette employee who passed away in July after battling... more »»

Kane: Charges are tied to porn emails

August 13, 2015 HARRISBURG — Portraying herself as a victim, Pennsylvania’s attorney general said Wednesday that criminal charges threatening to end her career were part of a “grand plan” to conceal pornographic... more »»

Though email troubles persist, Clinton camp reassures backers

August 13, 2015 WASHINGTON — Try as she might to focus on the policies she wants to enact if elected president, Hillary Rodham Clinton just can’t dig out of her inbox. Clinton’s email problems are getting worse. more »»

Montoursville Area group's petition nixed

August 12, 2015 County Judge Dudley N. more »»

Plans move forward

August 12, 2015 Montoursville Area School Board approved contract work for the $36 million high school construction and renovation project during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night. more »»

Burke set for independent run for county commissioner

August 12, 2015 Three people will appear as independent candidates on the November municipal election ballot, including Rebecca A. more »»

Kane’s aide pleads not guilty to snooping

August 12, 2015 NORRISTOWN — A former small-town police chief who became one of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s closest confidants pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a charge he snooped on emails to help... more »»

US confident it can monitor Iran deal

August 12, 2015 WASHINGTON — Iran’s intelligence agencies have penetrated CIA front companies, executed Western agents and captured a sophisticated U.S. drone. more »»

China’s move to devalue currency causes ripples

August 12, 2015 BEIJING — China’s surprise move Tuesday to devalue its currency has intensified concerns about the world’s second-largest economy, whose growth has reached a six-year low. more »»

Commissioners OK application for housing funds

August 12, 2015 Lycoming County commissioners on Tuesday approved an application for $1.6 million in state-affiliated funds for three of the county’s housing initiative. more »»

Judges eye legality of grand jury procedures

August 12, 2015 HARRISBURG (AP) — Lawyers for three former Penn State administrators asked an appeals court Tuesday to throw out some or all of the charges against them, arguing their right to legal representation... more »»

Montgomery schools to see personnel changes

August 12, 2015 MONTGOMERY — The Montgomery Area School Board voted to make numerous personnel changes at its meeting Tuesday nigh. more »»

Firefighters concerned about hard-to-find addresses

August 12, 2015 MONTGOMERY — Public safety was the topic of the evening at Tuesday night’s borough council meeting. In his monthly report to council, Montgomery Volunteer Fire Department Capt. more »»

Old Lycoming Township supervisors approve gas station near supermarket

August 12, 2015 The Old Lycoming Township Board of Supervisors conditionally approved Weis Market’s proposal for a Gas and Go during Tuesday’s meeting. Voting yes were Linda Mazullo, John W. Eck and Janet C. Ha. more »»

Supervisors reject bid

August 12, 2015 Loyalsock Township supervisors rejected a bid for its wading pool project Tuesday night, given that it was over the estimated budget and the only bid submitted. Stoneridge Inc. more »»

Route 15 bridge closed next week

August 12, 2015 Memorial Avenue will be closed at the Route 15 bridge next week for about three weeks, according to the state Department of Transportation. more »»

Judge to decide whether to block bids today

August 11, 2015 Whether Montoursville Area School Board will be able to award bids for its high school construction project at tonight’s meeting will be decided today. Judge Dudley . more »»

Wrecks near Salladasburg, Muncy kill 2

August 11, 2015 A teenager was killed Monday morning in a one-vehicle crash north of Jersey Shore and in a second wreck, this one outside Muncy hours later, an elderly man, who may have suffered a medical episode... more »»



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