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PREPARED FOR A PLAGUE

November 6, 2014 There are no Ebola patients in Susquehanna Health, but if any arrive, the medical system is ready. more »»

Man on trial for homicide told police shooting was self-defense

November 6, 2014 “Should I get the death penalty for killing Mook?” According to testimony offered by retired city police Agent Leonard Dincher on Wednesday during day three of Tyrell Boyd’s trial, Boyd asked that... more »»

Guns, laptop allegedly found where ambush suspect was captured

November 6, 2014 Eric Frein stowed Soviet-era weapons alongside modern technology and found sustenance in bags of beans and a bottle of soy sauce, and warmth from candles, a propane stove and camouflage gear. more »»

Judge seeks resumes for commissioner ‘position’

November 6, 2014 Lycoming County President Judge Nancy Butts is requesting resumes from any registered Republican in the county interested in replacing county Commissioner Jeff Wheeland for an interim ter. more »»

Landlord’s suit alleges ordinance a way to search without warrants

November 6, 2014 A city landlord claims in a federal court lawsuit his civil rights were violated when police searched and seized his rental property in July. more »»

Obama vows to ‘get the job done’ with Republicans

November 6, 2014 WASHINGTON — One day after sweeping Republican election gains, President Barack Obama and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell pledged to try to turn divided government into a force for good... more »»

Pennsylvania Senate leaders sue Corbett over budget vetoes

November 6, 2014 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Senate leaders of both parties have sued Gov. more »»

Elementary school raises funds for veterans

November 6, 2014 MUNCY — To help a veteran raise awareness for the service members killed during the Global War on Terror, Ward L. Myers Elementary School is collecting money until Monda. more »»

Wolf to forgo state salary, limit use of mansion

November 6, 2014 MANCHESTER (AP) — Gov. more »»

2 women hurt in Arch Street crash

November 6, 2014 Two women were injured, one critically, when they were struck late Wednesday afternoon by an SUV as they were crossing the street in 500 block of Arch Street, city police sai. more »»

Cost overages questioned by committee

November 6, 2014 A question over how much the city Recreation Department spent to put on special events this year has Mayor Gabriel J. Campana and department heads in a defensive mood. more »»

Postal Service: Military mailing deadlines approaching

November 6, 2014 The U. S. Postal Service has released holiday deadlines for packages and mail heading to military members stationed overseas. Space available mail is due by Nov. 26 for all military. more »»

Wheeland unseats Mirabito

November 5, 2014 Republican Jeff Wheeland, a Lycoming County commissioner, was elected to represent the 83rd Legislative District in the state House of Representatives on Tuesday night, unseating Democratic incumben... more »»

Marino retains his House seat

November 5, 2014 Republican Tom Marino, of Cogan Station, was re-elected Tuesday night to represent the state’s 10th Congressional District in the U.S. more »»

Typical turnout in county for election

November 5, 2014 Out of the 65,851 registered voters in Lycoming County, only 48. more »»

Man charged with hindering law enforcement takes stand

November 5, 2014 A man who aided the alleged shooter in a July 20, 2013, homicide testified about the day of the alleged crime in front of a jury and Judge Marc Lovecchio Tuesday. more »»

Proposed community development budget presented

November 5, 2014 There were no surprises as the city finance committee listened Tuesday to city community development personnel present a proposed $994,623 budget for 2015 Tuesday. more »»

City: No to request for gas line to Arch Street rental property

November 5, 2014 It looks as though the owner of residential property on Arch Street with a faulty heating boiler can’t put a gas line into his property until April after Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Stadium, lights get board’s OK

November 5, 2014 The Williamsport Area School District football stadium will receive a major renovation in time for the start of the season next September. more »»

South Side students cast mock votes

November 5, 2014 The number of campaign posters recently adorning the walls of South Williamsport Jr./Sr. High School made the multi-picketed lawns in the county look empty. more »»

 
 
 

 

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