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Remembering a renaissance man

September 6, 2014 He was a man of many talents — a pilot, a woodworker, an outdoorsman — who gave generously to his community. It perhaps goes without saying that Dr. Marshall D. Welch Jr., who died Au. more »»

Methadone clinic worker sees ‘beauty’ in recovering people

September 6, 2014 Stephanie Ford sees the recovery process first-hand everyday at Williamsport Medical Clinic, a methadone treatment facility, and she says “it’s beautiful.” “It’s pretty amazing when you see it. more »»

City property where shooting took place closed by codes

September 6, 2014 Within hours after a 25-year-old Philadelphia man was shot and critically wounded at 410 Third Ave. more »»

United Way kicks off fundraising campaign

September 6, 2014 Lycoming County United Way hit the ground running for its 2014-2015 fundraising campaign. The organization kicked off its season with a 5K run through downtown Williamsport Friday evenin. more »»

Pool party

September 5, 2014 Zero-depth entry. Waterpark features, including a 20-foot-high enclosed slide. These are some of the recommendations proposed for the builders renovating Memorial Pool. more »»

Thou shalt not drill

September 5, 2014 A week ago, county Judge Marc F. more »»

1 man ‘critical’ after shooting

September 5, 2014 A 25-year-old man was shot and critically wounded in the 400 block of Third Avenue about 1:15 a.m. Thursday, city police Capt. Michael Orwig said. The victim was shot at 410 Third Ave. more »»

City pension obligation at $3.9 million

September 5, 2014 City Council learned Thursday it will cost $3.9 million to fund municipal pensions. That’s $153,427 more than it cost this year, according to William E. Nichols Jr., city finance director. more »»

State, health industry are preparing for Medicaid expansion

September 5, 2014 HARRISBURG — Before hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians can enroll in a new federally-funded Medicaid plan, lots of work must be done and important questions must be answered about the health... more »»

Commissioners approve grant application for victim/witness job

September 5, 2014 Lycoming County commissioners approved a grant application of $114,959 to fund the salary of an adult victim/witness services coordinator for two years. more »»

US and UK seek partners to go after Islamic State

September 5, 2014 NEWPORT, Wales — President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron pressed fellow NATO leaders Thursday to confront the “brutal and poisonous” Islamic State militant group that is... more »»

32 states ask Supreme Court to settle gay marriage issue

September 5, 2014 BOSTON (AP) — Thirty-two states that either allow gay marriage or have banned it asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to settle the issue once and for al. more »»

Fire rattles diners

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TOXIC

September 4, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — Drug addiction is determined by the choices one makes in life but ultimately begins when a person decides whether to use or not to use. more »»

1 'critical' after shooting

September 4, 2014 A 25-year-old man was shot and critically wounded in the 400 block of Third Avenue about 1:15 a.m. Thursday, city police Capt. Michael Orwig said. The victim was shot at 410 Third Ave. more »»

Kellogg’s plans expansion

September 4, 2014 Kellogg Co. is eyeing an expansion project at its Muncy plant that includes the addition of a robotic packing line to serve its club store customers. Gov. more »»

Council eyes ideas for economic development

September 4, 2014 Tonight, City Council will look at an agreement with a marketing company that is preparing a redevelopment plan for the eastern business district. more »»

Foundation gives $600K grant for pool, transit projects

September 4, 2014 A single grant of $600,000 will go toward three recreation and transit-related projects, including $200,000 as plans to begin renovation of Memorial Pool get underway and $400,000 toward matching... more »»

County water, sewer authority adopts updated plan

September 4, 2014 After months of meetings and deliberations, the Lycoming County Water and Sewer Authority adopted its 2014 strategic plan Wednesday night. more »»

Reconstruction schedule released for 14 city streets

September 4, 2014 The city administration proposes reconstruction and paving of $762,095 worth of streets starting in a few weeks. Tonight, City Council plans to look at a bid submitted by HRI Inc. for that amount. more »»

 
 
 

 

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