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Republicans hold onto row offices

November 4, 2015 Republican incumbents overwhelmingly prevailed over their Democratic challengers in contests for Lycoming County row offices in Tuesday’s municipal electio. more »»

Ballot candidates look to be Montoursville winners

November 4, 2015 With five candidates running as write-ins for Montoursville Area School Board, it’s too soon to know for certain all the winners in Tuesday night’s election. more »»

Republicans perform strongly in South Williamsport, Muncy races

November 4, 2015 Republican candidates swept both the South Williamsport and Muncy Borough Council elections Tuesday night, taking every available seat, according to unofficial election results. more »»

Chief: Police ‘getting money’ from grant

November 4, 2015 The city public safety committee met Tuesday and heard an update on the $419,000 hiring grant from the U.S. more »»

Demolition of property discussed

November 4, 2015 MUNCY — The Muncy Borough Council met Tuesday to discuss a demolition ordinance and the Pennsylvania Municipal Health Insurance Cooperative Agreement amendments. Myers Auto Parts, 1 N. Main St. more »»

Record-breaking daily high temps possible this week

November 3, 2015 Everyone can’t travel to Bermuda, but a taste of Bermuda is coming to our are. more »»

Unofficial election results will not include write-in names

November 3, 2015 Write-in candidates are going to have to wait at least a week to see how they fared in today’s municipal electio. more »»

Apartments eyed for former business school

November 3, 2015 A developer approached the city planning commission Monday asking for conditional use to transform the former Newport Business Institute on West Third Street into an apartment building. more »»

Naturalization ceremony welcomes 46 new citizens

November 2, 2015 Forty-six people, representing 24 countries, eagerly paraded into the Williamsport federal courthouse on Friday to be naturalized as U.S. citizens. more »»


November 2, 2015 Voters heading to the polls on Tuesday for the municipal election can expect clear and sunny skies and agreeable temperatures. The high will be 69 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. more »»

Woman pushing through disability with limited funds

November 2, 2015 Jane Cleveland sat at her dining room table surrounded by seven dogs and 4 acres of lush farmland, but is at risk of losing all of it due to poor disability benefits. more »»

New elementary principal OK’d

November 2, 2015 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Each Monday, the Sun-Gazette summarizes major votes of the past week and, more specifically, how our locally elected and appointed officials voted on each matter. more »»

Frightfully fun

November 1, 2015 Halloween can be a night of mischief, but city police aimed at making the holiday more fun than frightening Saturday during trick-or-treat hours. more »»

Special effects Oscar winner explains what puts scare into ‘Frankenstein’

November 1, 2015 Residents of Loyalsock Creek Rehabilitation and Nursing Center were in for a Halloween treat Saturday when Academy Award-winning special effects and makeup artist Tom Woodruff Jr. paid a visit. more »»

7 vying for 3 seats on Pennsylvania Supreme Court

November 1, 2015 HARRISBURG — Pledging to restore integrity on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court while shattering records for campaign spending, seven judges are vying for an unprecedented three open seats in Tuesday’s... more »»

Several oil, gas pipelines planned for midstate

November 1, 2015 HARRISBURG (AP) — While the last decade of oil and gas development has been largely contained to the shale regions of Pennsylvania, the next phase will tunnel through the midstate. more »»

DA, police ID shooting suspect

October 31, 2015 District Attorney Eric Linhardt identified a suspect in Thursday’s shooting on Park Avenue near Grier Street during a press conference Friday afternoon. more »»

Official expects slow growth for gas drilling

October 31, 2015 Adam Sieminski, administrator for the U.S. more »»

Halloween escapades of over a century ago

October 31, 2015 Haybales were set ablaze atop Grampian Hills. Chalk marked up houses along West Fourth Street. more »»

Army starts to take damage claims over blimp

October 31, 2015 MUNCY (AP) — The Army has begun taking claims for damages caused by a wayward blimp that broke loose in Maryland and came to rest in the Pennsylvania countryside. more »»



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