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Multi-generational appeal at Antique Machinery Show

August 2, 2014 Family and farming go hand-in-hand, and that may be what draws several generations to the Loyalsock Valley Antique Machinery Show near Loyalsockville this weeken. more »»

Grand Slam parade has ’14 marshal

August 2, 2014 Dave Winfield, former slugging outfielder for the New York Yankees and San Diego Padres and a member of baseball’s Hall of Fame, will serve as grand marshal of this year’s Little League Grand Slam... more »»

Police: Fight leads to South Side stabbing

August 2, 2014 A birthday celebration involving a boyfriend and girlfriend who have an ongoing on-and-off relationship turned violent when the woman allegedly stabbed the man twice in the chest, according to South... more »»

Independent step closer to 3-way race

August 2, 2014 Voters hungry for more options at the polls are in luck, now that an independent from Milford has secured enough signatures to appear on the general election ballot this November. more »»

Third-party hopefuls drop bids for governor

August 2, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — The possibility of a third-party candidate crashing the gubernatorial race between Republican Gov. more »»

Work progresses on Memorial Avenue development

August 1, 2014 Construction on Memorial Homes is on pace in the 1600 block of Memorial Avenue, with siding and stone veneer going up fast. A year ago, a blighted, long-vacant warehouse stood on the site. more »»

Network planned to bring shale power to East Coast

August 1, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — PPL Corp. more »»

Landowners encouraged to check paperwork

August 1, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Landowners who signed agreements with gas companies for drilling should take the time to study their royalty payments to ensure they are receiving their fair share of dollars. more »»

Restoration begins at Way’s Garden with arbor

August 1, 2014 A Wisteria Arbor may be the next visible evidence of a transformation occurring at Way’s Garden, a century-old garden enclosed in a wrought iron fence at the corner of West Fourth and Maynard streets. more »»

Drilling fees go to area water projects

August 1, 2014 Lycoming County commissioners voted 2-0 to grant gas drilling impact funds for area water projects Thursday. Commissioner Jeff Wheeland was absent. more »»

Public meetings to be held on pipeline

August 1, 2014 A planned pipeline project that would span at least nine counties in the state will be the subject of a public meeting next week in Bloomsburg. The meeting will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. on Au. more »»

Public input requested on drilling in state forest

July 31, 2014 The battle over drilling in remote state forest lands of Lycoming County that environmentalists are fighting to preserve for future generations apparently is far from settle. more »»

City frustrated by out-of-town dropoffs

July 31, 2014 Alicia Manzitti dumped debris from her yard onto the heaping pile at the city’s brush pile on the 1500 block of West Third Street Wednesda. more »»

Bill to speed up project permits stuck in Senate

July 31, 2014 A bill designed to cut bureaucratic red tape seems to be stuck in it. Sponsored by U.S. Rep. more »»

House passes measure to require pharmacies, DEA to work together

July 31, 2014 A bill to fight prescription drug abuse without restricting access for those with legitimate needs passed the U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday. more »»

3 treatment court graduates recognized for accomplishment

July 31, 2014 The struggle with addiction can be a debilitating one. One of the most challenging parts of fighting the disease is going it alone. more »»

Picture Rocks’ parks now tobacco-free

July 31, 2014 PICTURE ROCKS — To reduce the harm of secondhand smoke in its parks, the borough recently joined an increasingly popular tren. more »»

City gunfight caught on tape

July 30, 2014 First there was some kind of “physical altercation,” and then suddenly three gunmen began exchanging gunfire. more »»

Last swim meet

July 30, 2014 Right around noon Saturday, the sun poked from the clouds to cast a brilliant shimmer across the waters of the East End Pool. It lent a glimmer of hope to a day that brought with it a bit of sadnes. more »»

 
 

 

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