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Jerry Walls — a visionary and leader still making a difference

December 28, 2014 Since retiring in 2007 as director of Lycoming County Planning and Community Development, Jerry Walls is showing no signs of slowing down. more »»

Mayor declines to sign budget

December 27, 2014 Mayor Gabriel J. Campana said he won’t sign the $22 million city budget City Council adopted Dec. 18 putting in place a 1-mill property tax increase for 2015. more »»

Hoops removal, 'codes walks' stir emotions

December 27, 2014 Some in the city don’t believe enough reasons were given by Mayor Gabriel . more »»

25 years of summer music festivals

December 27, 2014 The room has a lot to offer, according to Bonnie Tallman. more »»

Township passes budget without tax increase

December 27, 2014 HEPBURNVILLE — Residents of Hepburn Township will not see their municipal taxes increase in 2015. Supervisors there recently passed a $775,173 budget. more »»

Deadly police crash, provocative play stirred emotions

December 26, 2014 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Today the Sun-Gazette continues its annual look back on the major news stories of the year in a special series, Stories of 2014. This series continues through the end of the yea. more »»

Pursuing a Way’s Garden dream a century in the making

December 26, 2014 It’s a dream that’s been passed down and nurtured by caretakers of the city for 100 years. In 1913, J. more »»

Major anniversaries in education, sports, parks and music

December 25, 2014 This was a big year in Williamsport. Pennsylvania College of Technology and Way’s Garden each celebrated a centennial anniversary. more »»

Bond $$$ is targeted for stadium

December 25, 2014 Fans who attend city-owned Susquehanna Bank Park at Bowman Field Crosscutters games next season will see improvements to the 89-year-old stadium, city officials said. more »»

Anti-drug message plan may be grounded

December 25, 2014 The “Heroin Truth Truck,” which was scheduled to roll out next month to bring an anti-drug message to Williamsport and the region’s streets, might not be able to be created or driven due to a lack o... more »»

Nan Young: Matriarch of historic preservation

December 25, 2014 She dresses up as a Victorian-era hostess, greeting visitors along Millionaire’s Row during the holidays. And she works tirelessly to further historic preservation in the cit. more »»

The Miracle of Christmas

December 24, 2014 (EDITOR’S NOTE: The following true story was written in loving memory of Sylvia Lee Hall — Oct. 26, 1977-Dec. 9, 2012. more »»

Same-sex marriage, medical marijuana doors opening

December 24, 2014 The heels of profound social change echoed through the West Branch Valley in 2014, with the state’s legalization of same-sex marriage and serious legislative proposals on the table for medical... more »»

Local people comment on ‘The Interview’

December 24, 2014 The Christmas Day plans of many moviegoers were dashed recently when Sony Pictures canceled the release of an action comedy in the wake of threats from suspected North Korean hackers who objected to... more »»


December 23, 2014 In recent years, heroin has become a drug of choice for many, cutting a swath through local communities, destroying individuals and families. This past year has been no different. more »»

Fire leaves family of 5 homeless

December 23, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — A family of five was displaced after a fire destroyed their High Street home on Monday afternoon. Neighbors could see smoke rising from the Sullivan family’s home at 409 High St. more »»

Heavy water users to see rate hike

December 23, 2014 It’s time to put some budget money aside for water use and, if you’re using a lot of it, plan to pay more per quarter. more »»

Commissioners take pay cut, freeze salaries

December 23, 2014 Lycoming County commissioners took a pay cut Monday night when they voted 3-0 to set the 2016-19 annual salaries for some of the county’s elected officials. more »»

Battered NY mayor calls for temporary protest halt

December 23, 2014 NEW YORK — As the New York Police Department mourns two of its own, Mayor Bill de Blasio pleaded for a pause in protests and rancor amid a widening rift with those in a grieving force who accus... more »»

Loyalsock Township passes budget without tax increase

December 23, 2014 By JENNIFER COOPER The Loyalsock Township Supervisors adopted the 2015 no-tax-hike budget with a 5-0 vote at Tuesday night’s meeting. The township is expecting about $5. more »»



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