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1st freight load crosses new bridge

July 3, 2014 An initial test of a newly constructed railroad bridge across Loyalsock Creek went off Wednesday without a hitch. At precisely 11:38 a.. more »»

City planning agency recommends 2 projects

July 3, 2014 Certificates of appropriateness for two downtown establishments were recommended for approval by the Williamsport Planning Commission this week. more »»

United Way to distribute $1.3 million

July 3, 2014 Lycoming County United Way recently finished its annual funds distribution process, allocation $1.3 million to support the work of human service programs here. more »»

Treatment plant in Penn Township nears completion

July 3, 2014 Beaver Lake sewage treatment plant is 60 percent complete and should soon be done and ready to help the residents living in Penn Township with wastewater treatment. more »»

Arrest made in connection to shooting

July 2, 2014 City police have arrested a man allegedly connected to Saturday’s early morning shooting on Second Street. Marcellus Chavez Turner, 23, of 523 Fifth Av. more »»

Debate on public pension bill suspended

July 2, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — A long-awaited debate on a pension overhaul bill backed by Gov. more »»

Commissioners to address proposed zoning amendments

July 2, 2014 From making proposed zoning changes on property that includes a defunct lumber yard in McIntyre Township to ensure neighbors’ land rights are preserved near operations involving natural gas drilling... more »»

Muncy applying for greenway grant

July 2, 2014 MUNCY — Following a presentation by Bill Poulton, executive director of the Muncy Historical Society, Muncy Borough Council on Tuesday approved a proposal allowing volunteers from the society to... more »»

Lycoming County Housing Authority reopens waiting list

July 1, 2014 The Lycoming County Housing Authority will reopen its waiting list as of today, said Executive Director Merylyn Severson. more »»

Lawmakers differ on state budget views

July 1, 2014 As of late Monday afternoon, state lawmakers were poised to vote on a budget later Monday night, in an 11th-hour bid to pass a budget before the end of the fiscal year at midnight. more »»

Cardboard Boat Race returns to Riverfest event

July 1, 2014 LOCKPORT — Calling all boat builders. It’s time to gather your crew and your cardboard and create a fun, floating craft for the sixth annual Lynne Ramm Cardboard Boat Rac. more »»

Transportation plan gets committee OK

July 1, 2014 The Williamsport Area Transportation Study technical committee unanimously approved the final draft of Lycoming County’s four-year Transportation Improvement Plan Monday, moving it a step closer to... more »»

Identities of motorists in I-180 wreck released

July 1, 2014 City police have released new details on Sunday afternoon’s Interstate 180 crash, including the identities of those involved. more »»


June 30, 2014 WATERVILLE — Ham radio is a lot of fun. Just ask Travis Best, president of the Bald Eagle Repeater Associatio. more »»

‘Typical summer weather’ can be expected this week

June 30, 2014 The area can look forward to a week full of warmth. “The first part of the week is very typical summer weather,” said National Weather Service meterologist Mike Dangelo. more »»


June 30, 2014 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: Federal • The House of Representatives voted 266-150 to pass the Domestic Prosperity and Global Freedom Act,... more »»

Retiree believes chess can teach politeness to city’s youth

June 30, 2014 A local man believes the game of chess can help combat the city’s heroin problem. more »»

Al-Qaida splinter declares a new Islamic caliphate

June 30, 2014 BAGHDAD — The al-Qaida breakaway group that has seized much of northeastern Syria and huge tracts of neighboring Iraq formally declared the establishment of a new Islamic state on Sunday and demande... more »»

Lawmakers clock in for late-hour budget scramble

June 30, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania state lawmakers carried out an unusual weekend session in the Capitol as Republicans try to advance an approximately $2. more »»



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