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Jury finds man guilty of aggravated assault

September 24, 2016 A Lycoming County jury on Friday returned a verdict of guilty on several charges against Cody L. more »»

PSU, insurer settle fight in abuse case

September 24, 2016 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Penn State has settled a court fight with its insurer over payments to victims of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, a case that revealed new allegations about how early... more »»

Boy Scouts to present annual Citizen Award

September 24, 2016 The Susquehanna Council Boy Scouts of America has named Jennifer Wilson, president and CEO of the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania, as this year’s Distinguished Citizen Award... more »»

A railroad hotel and resort on West Fourth

September 24, 2016 In 1865, lumber baron Peter Herdic built a grand railroad hotel — the Herdic Hotel — to serve chiefly railroad guests. more »»

Russian foreign minister blames US for ‘bleeding’ Mideast, North Africa

September 24, 2016 UNITED NATIONS — Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday laid the blame for a “bleeding Middle East and North Africa” on the U.S. and its allies, in a speech to the U.N. more »»

Lieutenant governor visits career, technical education programs

September 23, 2016 Officials of the Williamsport Area School District hope to see the state provide more funding for education after showcasing its career and technical education programs to Lt. Gov. more »»

Are more probation officers needed?

September 23, 2016 As the Lycoming County commissioners discuss the 2016 budget they are considering hiring new adult probation officers in an effort to alleviate prison overcrowding. more »»

Secretary of state admits diplomacy at impasse as Syrian truce collapses

September 23, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — The United States and Russia ended any pretenses Thursday of their cease-fire for Syria remaining in force after days of increased violence and the Syrian military’s announcement of ... more »»

Protesters out in Charlotte for 3rd night

September 23, 2016 CHARLOTTE, N.C. more »»

Poll: Voters trust Trump more on jobs, Clinton more on trade, Russia

September 23, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans are more likely to trust Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump to handle a variety of issues facing the country, even when it comes to national security topics that have been... more »»

House OKs bill banning cash payments to Iran

September 23, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The GOP-led House approved legislation late Thursday to prohibit the United States from making cash payments to Iran and require that Congress be notified before any future claims... more »»


September 22, 2016 Law enforcement and treatment providers are coming together in Williamsport to provide immediate care to heroin addicts through local recovery specialists. more »»

Coroners’ convention held in city

September 22, 2016 About 150 representatives from coroners’ offices, law enforcement agencies and fire departments from around the state are at the Genetti Hotel in the city this week for the Pennsylvania State... more »»

Officials: Bay water quality is improving

September 22, 2016 Recent data shows improved water quality in the Chesapeake Bay, but a high degree of pollution from Pennsylvania counties continues to flow, primarily down the Susquehanna River. more »»

Fed keeps key rate unchanged

September 22, 2016 WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve is keeping its key interest rate unchanged but signaling that it will likely raise rates before year’s end. more »»

Ex-local woman to sing anthem before NFL game tonight

September 22, 2016 When Loyalsock Township’s country sweetheart Morgan Myles rings in the New England Patriots vs. the Houston Texans football game today at 7:25 p.m. more »»

US, Russia abandon diplomatic niceties in testy Syria debate

September 22, 2016 UNITED NATIONS — The United States and Russia abandoned diplomatic niceties Wednesday in a fractious public debate over Syria, blaming each other for spoiling the country’s cease-fire and offering... more »»

Woodward Township OKs bank land development plan

September 22, 2016 LINDEN — Site work now can begin on the new Muncy Bank and Trust building on South Route 220 following the approval of a land development plan by the Woodward Township supervisors at their meeting... more »»

South Side board rejects apartment building

September 21, 2016 The South Williamsport Zoning Hearing Board voted unanimously Tuesday at a public hearing to deny a variance for a 34-unit senior living apartment building at Clark Stree. more »»



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