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Gunshot victim found in yard

July 19, 2014 A gunshot victim, believed to be in his mid to late teens, was recovering at a trauma center after he was shot at an unknown location in the city early Friday morning, city police confirmed. more »»

Task force hears new guidelines for prescriptions

July 19, 2014 The Lycoming County Heroin Task Force heard from several of its subcommittees Friday, including the medical subcommittee, which had news regarding prescription drugs. Dr. more »»

Local ‘father of archaeology’ fondly remembered

July 19, 2014 People recall Jim Bressler as someone who liked to get his hands dirty digging up stones. more »»

Fair president reflects on another year

July 19, 2014 For 10 days the Lycoming County Fair has provided a multitude of experiences for residents of all ages and interests. more »»

A slice of Americana

July 18, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — While bull riding and the demolition derby are some of the flashier competitions during fair week, there is a group that consistently vies for more humble honors. And more deliciou. more »»

Program helps youngsters with academics, life skills

July 18, 2014 By KRISTEN WRIGHT kwright@sungazette.com The Smart Starts Summer Camp Program, 711 W. Edwin St. more »»

Commissioners OK road designs and improvements

July 18, 2014 The Lycoming County commissioners voted on several road design projects Thursday intended to address preventative maintenance and improvements to existing county roads. more »»

Court further limits reach of drilling law

July 18, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — A Pennsylvania court has further limited the reach of a major 2012 law that modernized drilling regulations, ruling Thursday that state public utility regulators cannot review how... more »»

Planning commission tables gas compressor station

July 18, 2014 After a lengthy debate and a nearly 40-minute executive session to address legal questions, the Lycoming County Planning Commission voted 5-2 Thursday to table approval of a gas compressor station i... more »»

Convicted coach’s son speaks out

July 18, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — An adopted son of convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky is providing details of the alleged sexual abuse he suffered at the hands of his fathe. more »»

Ready for action

July 17, 2014 The newest member of the Williamsport Bureau of Police is a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois canine named Edo. more »»

Health chief: No fast answer to gas drilling questions

July 17, 2014 PITTSBURGH — The head of Pennsylvania’s Department of Health said Wednesday that its experts are responding to health complaints related to natural gas drilling, but there is no quick and easy way t... more »»

Montgomery man accused in multiple rapes of girls

July 17, 2014 MONTGOMERY — A Louise Avenue man has been arrested on charges of allegedly raping four girls, ages 12 to 15, whom he lured to a family-owned industrial building on Thomas Avenue, where he brutally... more »»

Dems seek gains with women in birth control loss

July 17, 2014 WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats suffered what looked like a difficult setback on birth control Wednesday, but they hope it pays big political dividends in November. more »»

Aldrin: Where were you when I walked on moon?

July 17, 2014 CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — On July 20, 1969, Buzz Aldrin was “out of town” when the world united and rejoiced in a way never seen before or since. He and Neil Armstrong were on the moon. more »»

LIVING AT THE FAIR

July 17, 2014 As visitors make their way over to the livestock area at the Lycoming County Fair this week, they will see young adults and children taking care of the animal. more »»

Lawmaker weighs in on severance tax debate

July 17, 2014 The idea of Pennsylvania imposing a severance tax on the removal of nonrenewable resources like natural gas has been hotly debated as of late, with those on both sides of the issue weighing i. more »»

Supervisors put impact fee in reserve fund

July 17, 2014 LINDEN — The Woodward Township supervisors voted Wednesday to allocate natural gas impact fee funds for road and bridge wor. more »»

County supports repeal of flood insurance reform

July 16, 2014 Lycoming County is sending a message to the federal government, with the county commissioners set to vote on a resolution Thursday that supports the full repeal of the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance... more »»

Old Fashion Fun

July 16, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Hannah Dgien was yelling directions and holding on as her identical twin sister, Sarah, who couldn’t see a thing past the welding helmet over her eyes, steered toward the finish. more »»

 
 

 

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