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County, state are prepared in case of Ebola outbreak

October 18, 2014 While there have been no confirmed cases of Ebola in Pennsylvania, both Susquehanna Health and the state Department of Health are prepared if something should happen. more »»

Man fulfills promise of space travel to late wife

October 18, 2014 Plenty of couples make promises to one day travel to some place new. From backpacking in Europe to something as simple as a romantic visit to Niagara Falls, the promises grow and grow. more »»

Hope pays tribute to its many supporters

October 18, 2014 The aptly named Hope Enterprises Inc. more »»

FOCAL POINTS

October 17, 2014 There’s a bulldozer blade on the campus of Penn College. This wouldn’t be anything out of the ordinary except for the fact that there’s no bulldozer in sight, anywhere. That’s just what Dr. more »»

STEP Inc. celebrates 48 years

October 17, 2014 Joyce Jones is a STEP girl, and she’s not ashamed to say it. She and many others were honored by the bi-county community organization during a dinner ceremony Thursday night at the Genetti Hote. more »»

State House candidate files mail fraud complaint

October 17, 2014 A political campaign mailer purporting to be an invoice from Lycoming County Commissioner Jeff Wheeland that was sent to county residents in recent weeks is the subject of a mail fraud complaint wit... more »»

Weatherman: Sun to shine Saturday for Mummer’s Parade

October 17, 2014 For almost 70 years, the Mummers Parade has sailed through South Williamsport on the third Saturday of October, attracting participants and viewers from across the country. more »»

Brett Feese resigns from practicing law

October 17, 2014 Former state Rep. Brett O. Feese has willingly resigned from the state bar. He filed the resignation Aug. more »»

Senior center coming

October 17, 2014 Work on a senior activity center in South Williamsport is expected to begin during the spring of next year, according to Rachelle Abbott, chief planning officer of STEP Inc. more »»

Senate clears plate in slew of votes

October 17, 2014 HARRISBURG — The Republican-controlled Pennsylvania Senate closed up shop Thursday until after the Nov. more »»

Library board discusses fundraising

October 17, 2014 After a successful fundraising gala, James V. Brown Library Board discussed future financial opportunities. more »»

Ebola: Rising call for ban on travel from West Africa

October 17, 2014 WASHINGTON — Warning that Americans are losing faith in their government’s ability to stop Ebola, Republican lawmakers on Thursday pressed for a ban on travel to the U.S. more »»

Zoning hearing board grants variance for electronic sign

October 17, 2014 An electronic sign, with lighted messages, can be installed at the entrance to the Williamsport Area High School on West Fourth Street. more »»

US stands strong despite fear over global slowdown

October 17, 2014 WASHINGTON — Beyond the turmoil shaking financial markets, the U.S. economy remains sturdier than many seem to fear. The Dow Jones industrial average has lost 874 points since Oct. more »»

4 bridges to be inspected in Woodward Township

October 17, 2014 LINDEN — The Woodward Township supervisors on Wednesday opted to participate in a program that will enable four bridges to be inspected at no cost to the township. more »»

MAKING MUSIC

October 16, 2014 Most bands have a drummer. VoicePlay has a person who is the drums. VoicePlay, based out of Orlando, Florida, is an a cappella group, which means they make music without any musical accompaniment. more »»

City fires officer

October 16, 2014 City Council voted 4-1 late Wednesday night to discharge the city patrolman involved in a fiery two-vehicle crash in January that left one man dead. more »»

Hiker found dead at foot of incline

October 16, 2014 WELLSBORO — An intense search for an elderly hiker ended in tragedy Wednesday as searchers in Tioga State Forest found a body that county Coroner Dr. more »»

Lycoming County receives millions for housing projects

October 16, 2014 Lycoming County was awarded $2.1 million from a state-affiliated agency for countywide housing improvement projects, state Sen. Gene Yaw, R-Loyalsock Township, recently announced. more »»

Greenway mini-grants awarded

October 16, 2014 The Susquehanna Greenway Partnership has awarded mini-grants for a number of area initiatives focused on signage and interpretation. more »»

 
 
 

 

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