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Loyalsock Township teachers getting raises

May 1, 2015 Loyalsock Township School Board voted 8-0 to accept a new agreement with Loyalsock Township Education Association for the period July 1 through June 30, 2018 at their meeting on Thursda. more »»

Gas wastewater truck crashes into Bradford County creek

May 1, 2015 A Mountain Energy residual wastewater tanker truck crashed through a chain-link fence after missing a corner on Route 706 near Camptown and ended up in a small tributary of Wyalusing Creek early... more »»

Cause of man’s death still unknown

May 1, 2015 WELLSBORO — The cause of death of a man who died Sunday in the Pine Creek Gorge remains a mystery after an autopsy Tuesday at Lehigh Valley Medical Center. The death of Robert D. more »»


April 30, 2015 Family seemed to be the theme of the 58th annual Lycoming County Brotherhood Alliance Banquet, as three exemplary members of the community were awarded the organization’s Pickelner Award on Wednesda... more »»

Arrest made in nightclub shooting

April 30, 2015 Michael Rakeem Spencer, who turns 33 on Friday, of 821 Baldwin St., was expected to be arraigned late Wednesday night on charges in connection with the May 18 shooting outside Imbibe on Pine Street. more »»

Council to review FBI, city police agreement

April 30, 2015 City Council tonight is expected to review an agreement that would deputize two city police officers to be able to work part-time on a task force under authority of the Federal Bureau of... more »»

Foundation celebrates another year

April 30, 2015 The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania celebrated new members and honored outgoing board members Wednesday night at the Williamsport Country Club during the charitable... more »»

Some trends sapping US growth may continue

April 30, 2015 WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy nearly stopped growing in the January-March quarter, squeezed by a combination of factors that will either fade (a harsh winter) or persist (a stronger dollar). more »»

Can you run from police? US courts apply a double standard

April 30, 2015 BALTIMORE — When police spotted Freddie Gray and he took off running through his Baltimore neighborhood, officers made a split-second decision to give chase, setting in motion his death in custod... more »»

Truck flip closes road

April 29, 2015 PHILIP . more »»

Man found not guilty of endangering

April 29, 2015 A jury found Christopher Ingram Sr. not guilty of endangering the welfare of a child Tuesday afternoon. Ingram’s trial before Judge Dudley N. Anderson began Monday. more »»

Amish man gets 8-16 years for molestation

April 29, 2015 A 48-year-old Amish man was sentenced to eight to 16 years in state prison and 10 years of state probation Tuesday for sexually molesting several children on a regular basis between 1997 and 2012 in... more »»

Grafius Run’s alarm system has bugs, official says

April 29, 2015 An alarm to notify the city Streets and Parks Department of an emergency flooding situation in Grafius Run failed to activate during the April 20 storm that caused some localized street flooding and... more »»

Commissioners to OK purchases

April 29, 2015 Lycoming County commissioners Thursday are expected to approve several equipment purchases for county operations. more »»

Public debates $36 million plan in Montoursville Area

April 29, 2015 Once again, a large group of people turned out for a Montoursville Area School Board meeting to make their voices heard regarding the high school construction and renovation project. more »»

National Guard patrols Baltimore

April 29, 2015 BALTIMORE — Baltimore was a city on edge Tuesday as hundreds of National Guardsmen patrolled the streets against unrest for the first time since 1968, hoping to prevent another outbreak of rioting. more »»

School board OKs contract for athletic training, field rental

April 29, 2015 HUGHESVILLE — East Lycoming School District school board voted to approve athletic training, rental agreements, field trips and personnel changes at the its meeting on Tuesda. more »»

Obama criticizes black killings by cops and rioters

April 29, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Urging Americans to “do some soul-searching,” President Barack Obama expressed deep frustration Tuesday over recurring black deaths at the hands of police, rioters responding with... more »»

Supreme Court to consider challenge to execution drug

April 29, 2015 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Exactly one year after a botched lethal injection, attorneys for other Oklahoma death row inmates were set to ask the U.S. more »»

Cease-fire is urged

April 28, 2015 PHILIP A. HOLMES/Sun-Gazette A makeshift memorial consisting of flowers, balloons, stuffed animals and candles has been set up near the Fifth Avenue Tavern at 514 Fifth Ave. more »»



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