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Feds agree to governor’s plan for health care

August 29, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — A half-million more low-income Pennsylvanians are in line to get federally funded health insurance after the U.S. more »»

Humidity expected for holiday weekend

August 29, 2014 Dress lighter, have a place to get in out of the rain and go ahead and fill up the gas tank. more »»

ndependent board to hear real estate assessment appeals

August 29, 2014 In an effort to increase government transparency, county commissioners adopted a resolution establishing an independent board of assessment appeals Thursda. more »»

Power boat racing this weekend in Lock Haven

August 29, 2014 LOCK HAVEN — The main attraction for the Jaycees Annual Labor Day Celebration always is the races, with boats from the American Power Boat Association taking to the Susquehanna River for three days... more »»

University bets $10 million on poor city’s kids

August 29, 2014 READING — On the second day of class at Reading Senior High School, teacher Eric Knorr directs his students’ attention to the banners hanging on the wall. Syracuse. Temple. Brown. Penn State. more »»

Mayor proposes baseball park enhancements

August 28, 2014 Mayor Gabriel J. Campana wants to use $150,000 in borrowed bond money toward improving safety aspects for patrons at Susquehanna Bank Park at Bowman Field. more »»

220 Dilemma

August 28, 2014 LINDEN — At the end of the third public meeting on proposals to improve safety on Route 220 in Woodward and Piatt townships, no consensus was in sight, despite updates from the state Department of... more »»

Purchase of $396,000 truck to suck out sewage OK’d

August 28, 2014 Williamsport Municipal Sanitary Authority on Wednesday approved spending nearly $396,000 to buy a truck that draws out sewage from mains beneath the ground. more »»

WWII veteran finally receives Purple Heart

August 28, 2014 Stanley Sones’ smile was about 70 years in the making. He sat, gleaming with pride Wednesday afternoon, in a chair at the Lycoming County office of Veterans Affairs. more »»

Impact study release on hold

August 28, 2014 A study on the impact of the gas drilling industry in Lycoming County will not be released today, county commissioners said on Wednesday. Commissioners will announce a new date once it is set. more »»

Tickets still available for Army rock show tonight

August 28, 2014 Williamsport is just hours away from being rocked — by the U.S. Army — and there still is time to attend the free concert. more »»

Cycle crash injures assistant fire chief

August 28, 2014 A Woodward Township volunteer firefighter was critically injured Tuesday night when his motorcycle struck and killed a deer in the southbound lanes of Route 220 in front of the Woodward Township... more »»

Cold cash keeps washing in from ALS challenge

August 28, 2014 In the couple of hours it took an official from the ALS Association to return a reporter’s call for comment, the group’s ubiquitous “ice bucket challenge” had brought in a few million more dollars. more »»

Insurers still can discourage sick from enrolling

August 28, 2014 Insurers can no longer reject customers with expensive medical conditions thanks to the health care overhaul. more »»


August 27, 2014 It could cost the city at least $395,000 to get its flood protection levee system certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. more »»

County to benefit from updated transportation plan

August 27, 2014 Expect to see more orange cones on the roadways in the coming years. With Gov. more »»

Gas industry impact study will be revealed on Thursday

August 27, 2014 A study on how the gas industry is affecting public institutions in Lycoming County will be released Thursday during the 10 a.m. county commissioners meeting in Executive Plaza, 330 Pine St. more »»

Drug bust nets 899 packets

August 27, 2014 Armed with a search warrant, local narcotics enforcement officers seized an estimated $10,000 worth of heroin and a stolen gun from the Blaine Street city home of an alleged drug dealer, according t... more »»

Possible airstrikes in Syria raise questions

August 27, 2014 WASHINGTON — The intelligence gathered by U.S. military surveillance flights over Syria could support a broad bombing campaign against the Islamic State militant group, but current and former U.S. more »»



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