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Jersey Shore Borough Council OKs sidewalk bid

September 9, 2014 After a lengthy discussion, Jersey Shore Borough Council voted 3-2 to approve a construction bid for its downtown sidewalk project. more »»

Negotiations over new teachers contract get closer

September 9, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — The four-year wait for contract talks appears over as Monday night negotiations between the Jersey Shore Area Education Association and the school board inched closer, according to... more »»

Williamsport Briefs

September 9, 2014 Grants recommended The city Recreation Commission Monday recommended just under $3,000 in cultural arts grant program funds be distributed to three finalists. more »»

Gilmours honored by CAC

September 8, 2014 Fred and Davie Jane Gilmour, the Community Arts Center’s favorite team, accepted the 2014 Director’s Chair Award, an accolade of thanks from the community to those who give their support to the... more »»

‘Average’ weather in the forecast for upcoming week

September 8, 2014 By TORY IRWIN The area can expect a sunny, mild climate for the days ahead. more »»

Attention needs to focus on treatment, not drug problem

September 8, 2014 EDITOR’S NOTE: During the month of September, National Recovery Month, the Sun-Gazette will offer a special “What’s on your mind?” serie. more »»

Council OKs pool renovation

September 8, 2014 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: County • The Lycoming County Water and Sewer Authority voted 8-0 to approve a $3,200 change order with... more »»

Former fire police captain is charged

September 8, 2014 A former fire police captain for the DuBoistown Fire Department faces theft-related charges for allegedly stealing $911 that the department raised through a pot pie dinner on May 3, according to... more »»

Heavy Competition

September 7, 2014 You don’t think a 100 ton excavator can be precise until you see it lift a soccer ball into a garbage can. more »»

Dushore priest identified as bicylist who died near Bodines Road

September 7, 2014 The bicyclist who collapsed and died on Rose Valley Road near Bodines on Wednesday night was The Rev. Joseph R. more »»


September 6, 2014 Over 100 people visited the James V. Brown Library for a bittersweet celebration in honor of two well respected men and what they contribute to the library and to Williamsport, Friday evening. more »»

Remembering a renaissance man

September 6, 2014 He was a man of many talents — a pilot, a woodworker, an outdoorsman — who gave generously to his community. It perhaps goes without saying that Dr. Marshall D. Welch Jr., who died Au. more »»

Methadone clinic worker sees ‘beauty’ in recovering people

September 6, 2014 Stephanie Ford sees the recovery process first-hand everyday at Williamsport Medical Clinic, a methadone treatment facility, and she says “it’s beautiful.” “It’s pretty amazing when you see it. more »»

City property where shooting took place closed by codes

September 6, 2014 Within hours after a 25-year-old Philadelphia man was shot and critically wounded at 410 Third Ave. more »»

United Way kicks off fundraising campaign

September 6, 2014 Lycoming County United Way hit the ground running for its 2014-2015 fundraising campaign. The organization kicked off its season with a 5K run through downtown Williamsport Friday evenin. more »»

Pool party

September 5, 2014 Zero-depth entry. Waterpark features, including a 20-foot-high enclosed slide. These are some of the recommendations proposed for the builders renovating Memorial Pool. more »»

Thou shalt not drill

September 5, 2014 A week ago, county Judge Marc F. more »»

1 man ‘critical’ after shooting

September 5, 2014 A 25-year-old man was shot and critically wounded in the 400 block of Third Avenue about 1:15 a.m. Thursday, city police Capt. Michael Orwig said. The victim was shot at 410 Third Ave. more »»

City pension obligation at $3.9 million

September 5, 2014 City Council learned Thursday it will cost $3.9 million to fund municipal pensions. That’s $153,427 more than it cost this year, according to William E. Nichols Jr., city finance director. more »»

State, health industry are preparing for Medicaid expansion

September 5, 2014 HARRISBURG — Before hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians can enroll in a new federally-funded Medicaid plan, lots of work must be done and important questions must be answered about the health... more »»



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