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County seeks more federal grant funding

March 31, 2015 A federal grant to fund flood mitigation efforts could yield $500,000 for Lycoming County. more »»

‘Tat-Gang’ member gets 17-plus-year federal sentence

March 31, 2015 A man who was part of a network of heroin and cocaine distributors in the city, selling the illegal drugs to users here and in the surrounding area, was sentenced Monday to 17 1/2 years in federal... more »»

Susquehanna Township supervisor applicants sought by county judge

March 31, 2015 Lycoming County President Judge Nancy Butts now is accepting resumes from Susquehanna Township residents interested in becoming a township supervisor for an interim term. more »»

Candidate seeks more permanent solution to Grafius Run flooding

March 31, 2015 City Council President Bill Hall, who is seeking the Republican nomination for mayor in the May 19 primary election, called Monday for a more permanent solution to prevent Grafius Run from causing... more »»

Looking ahead, Easter Sunday forecast: Cool, dry

March 30, 2015 It’s the week leading up to Easter and it’s early spring with some rain showers and possible snow flurries in the forecast. more »»

Penn College students show design plans

March 30, 2015 Wilmer Clase proudly showed off a design of what he thought the new entrance to the Mid-Town Plaza and Trade and Transit Centre II building should look like. more »»

Penn College graphic design student looking toward future

March 30, 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 street to be renamed after fallen city officer

March 29, 2015 Some 109 years after his death, a former black slave who became a city police officer and died in the line of duty will have a street named after him close to City Hall and police headquarters. more »»

Dems seeking to rekindle fire

March 29, 2015 Members of the Lycoming County Democratic Committee came out to show support for their party Saturday night at the group’s annual Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner. more »»

3 to be honored at annual Israel Bonds dinner

March 29, 2015 Raymond J. Marshalek, owner of Fairfield Manufacturing Co.; Bernard A. Oravec, publisher of the Williamsport Sun-Gazette; and Kent C. more »»

Hope co-founder leaves legacy for community

March 28, 2015 Looking for care for her daughter, Leona Cecilla Marie P. ‘Petie’ Miller helped found an organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with developmental disabilities. more »»

Kidnapping conspirator sentenced to 1 year

March 28, 2015 A Stroudsburg woman who helped assist in the kidnapping of three young children from a city apartment by their father who took them to Saudi Arabia two years ago will spend one year in federal prison. more »»

Game-changers; YMCA holds annual awards dinner

March 27, 2015 Members of the River Valley Regional YMCA gathered to reflect on 2014 and honor outstanding volunteers during its 2015 annual meeting Thursday evening. more »»

Industry group: Drilling tax plan likely to cut jobs

March 27, 2015 A severance tax imposed on natural gas drilling only will hurt an industry that already is in the midst of a slowdown in the state, Marcellus Shale Coalition President Dave Spigelmyer told the... more »»

Child reportedly in surgery after shooting himself

March 27, 2015 A 2-year-old child shot himself in the leg while his mother and her boyfriend were showering in their home at 219 Broad St. Thursday, according to Montoursville Borough polic. more »»

Teamwork leads to plan to reduce runoff from rain

March 27, 2015 State and federal mandates are no fun, especially for local municipalities scrambling to meet certain regulations and avoid devastating fines. But big government isn’t altogether evil. more »»


March 26, 2015 The Easter Bunny must be in touch with Mother Nature. more »»

Courtroom chaos: Man defies deputies, is Tasered

March 26, 2015 What started out as a routine sentencing hearing on Wednesday turned violent as a Jersey Shore man fought with deputies and had to be Tasered. Dustin M. Hoffman Sr. more »»

Cameras on stun guns grow in use

March 26, 2015 HARRISBURG — The existence of cameras attached to stun guns was news to a Pennsylvania prosecutor who said Wednesday that a recording made by an officer’s own stun gun was the strongest evidence... more »»

Bergdahl may face life in prison if convicted

March 26, 2015 FORT BRAGG, N.C. — Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who abandoned his post in Afghanistan and was held captive for five years by the Taliban, was charged Wednesday by the U.S. more »»



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