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Board sets 2015 salary ranges for Lycoming County employees

January 6, 2015 A recent vote from the Lycoming County Salary Board not only set the 2015 salary ranges for county employees, but established a more efficient hiring process by eliminating the need for the board to... more »»

South Side board OKs index exception for 2015-16 budget

January 6, 2015 South Williamsport Area School Board approved an index exception for its 2015-16 budge. more »»

Richmond Township secretary retires, new secretary appointed

January 6, 2015 MANSFIELD — Deb Kotulka, longtime secretary/treasurer for Richmond Township, is retiring from her position effective Jan. 22. more »»

Township manager reappointed

January 6, 2015 Loyalsock Township supervisors held their 2015 organizational meeting Monday with no changes from 2014. more »»

Sunday offers calm before the next storm

January 5, 2015 After a dreary but relatively warm 43-degree day on Sunday, snow and a cold blast loom on the horizon. more »»

Grand opening slated Thursday at new YMCA

January 5, 2015 When the new city YMCA holds its grand opening Thursday, it will dedicate the R.L. Cimini Family Branch to one of its biggest contributors. “The Cimini family is a major donor. more »»

Tioga County woman wants to see animal cruelty laws changed

January 5, 2015 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Each Monday, the Sun-Gazette asks somebody in the area, “What’s on your mind?” If you have a topic you would like to share, contact us at more »»

City resident realizes American dream

January 4, 2015 Many people dream of owning and living in their own home. But for some, like Katina Lewis, the dream may have long seemed all but impossibl. more »»

Snow causes trouble

January 4, 2015 When all was said and done, the first snowfall of 2015 on Saturday amounted to a mostly sloppy mess with snow and sleet followed by rai. more »»

Police: Robber caught hiding in hunting cabin

January 4, 2015 A New Columbia man addicted to heroin who allegedly stole handguns and exchanged them for the narcotic he bought in the rear of the 700 block of West Fourth Street in Williamsport acknowledged he... more »»

Fire destroys house in Lamar Township

January 4, 2015 LAMAR — Fire destroyed a house at 2373 Long Run Road Friday afternoon, leaving a family homeless at the start of the new year. more »»

State plow truck catches fire

January 4, 2015 Route 554 was shut down temporarily at 9 p.m. Saturday because of a state Department of Transportation plow truck catching fire on Bald Eagle Mountain toward the top. more »»

Boy born at Susquehanna Health

January 3, 2015 The first baby born at Susquehanna Health — Williamsport Regional Medical Center was so excited about 2015 he arrived two weeks early. more »»

State Police: Heroin and gun trade among reason for robbery spree

January 3, 2015 A New Columbia man addicted to heroin who allegedly stole handguns and exchanged them for the narcotic he bought in the rear of the 700 block of West Fourth Street in Williamsport acknowledged he... more »»

New director of administration

January 3, 2015 Facing a string of recent and anticipated retirements as well as an overworked director of administration, Lycoming County commissioners recently hired a career Army officer for that role in an... more »»

17-year-old girl dead in carbon monoxide leak

January 3, 2015 WATSONTOWN?— A teenager has died from carbon monoxide poisoning from a possible furnace malfunction New Year’s Day, state police at Milton said. Three other people were hospitalized. more »»

Storm, ice could make travel riskier

January 3, 2015 A storm system coming through central Pennsylvania this weekend will bring a layer of ice to the region. According to National Weather Service meteorologist Craig Evanego, the area will have a 7 a.m. more »»

Contract for City Hall employees to be presented

January 2, 2015 Mayor Gabriel J. Campana will bring an agreement between the city and City Hall employees at the City Council meeting Jan. 8. more »»

County prison gets new external lights

January 2, 2015 The exterior lighting system at the Lycoming County Prison recently was updated with brighter, longer lasting LEDs that will save the prison more than 34,000 kilowatts per yea. more »»

County, city offices up for election in ‘15

January 1, 2015 Many political offices in Lycoming County are up for election this year, including those of the county commissioners and the Williamsport mayor’s office. more »»



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