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Spending plan troubles city

December 11, 2014 Going into tonight’s first reading of the proposed $21.4 million 2015 city budget, Mayor Gabriel J. Campana and some on City Council differ about calling the proposed spending plan balanced. more »»

Resident returns for last Q&A

December 11, 2014 Jack McKernan, the only Lycoming County resident to attend the first of several county budget public comment periods that started last week, returned Wednesday night to the Executive Plaza in... more »»

County OKs changes to water, sewer rates

December 11, 2014 Some customers serviced by the Lycoming County Water and Sewer Authority will see increased rates starting in January. As it recently passed its $4. more »»

Beckoning Cat Project aims to help cut down on population

December 11, 2014 Almost 3,000 cats have been spayed or neutered this year as part of a trap, spay/neuter and release project. more »»

Woman, 91, dies in crash

December 11, 2014 Erma B. Richner, 91, of Blanchard, died from injuries she sustained in a car crash Wednesday on Route 150 in Beech Creek Township, according to state police. more »»

Township OKs budget

December 11, 2014 PENNSDALE — There will be no tax increase in the Muncy Township, according township supervisors. Supervisor Paul Wentzler said a level budget was not an easy thing. more »»

Man sentenced to 7 to 14 years in state prison for sex assault of toddler

December 11, 2014 A local man faces seven to 14 years in state prison for sexually assaulting a 3-year-old boy. more »»

Mansfield burn ordinance voted down

December 11, 2014 MANSFIELD — After hearing testimony from the public on the controversial burn ordinance regulating outdoor campfires Wednesday, Mansfield Borough Council voted down the action, 4-2. more »»

Campaign adviser and ex-candidate join Wolf’s team

December 11, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — Gov.-elect Tom Wolf is filling key positions in his office with more people with connections to his successful campaign and to ex-Gov. Ed Rendell. more »»

Group’s grants will help children

December 10, 2014 Three organizations will be able to help children in very different ways because of grants from a philanthropic organization. more »»

County budget vote set Thursday

December 10, 2014 Lycoming County commissioners will vote Thursday on the county’s proposed 2015 budget that is based on a 1-mill property tax increase. If passed, the county’s real estate tax rate will be set at 5. more »»

Credit card use examined by city finance committee

December 10, 2014 A financial review of the recreation department special events budget shows a need for the city employees to be more mindful of credit card usage but no unsatisfactory findings in an audit conducted... more »»

Light snowfall expected to last into Thursday

December 10, 2014 A couple inches of snow is expected to accumulate throughout Lycoming County as part of a winter weather storm that will taper off Thursday, according to the National Weather Service in State College. more »»

Mayor stands firm on gas impact-fee use

December 10, 2014 City leaders have decisions to make, including whether they want to cover city police salaries using natural gas impact fees. On Thursday, City Council holds its first reading of a proposed $21. more »»

City plans holiday concert

December 10, 2014 The city recreation commission will hold the inaugural Mayor’s Christmas Sing, a concert with a holiday and religious theme, from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday. more »»

Montgomery Borough keeps budget stable

December 10, 2014 MONTGOMERY — Taxpayers in Montgomery Borough will not see a tax increase in the coming year, according to Lynn Crist, borough council president. more »»

Inflection Energy presents plan to township supervisors

December 10, 2014 Inflection Energy PA LLC geologist Tom Gillespie testified in the Loyalsock Township supervisors conditional use hearing for a gas well site at 2175 Warrensville Road at the board’s meeting Tuesday... more »»

Hughesville names police chief

December 10, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Rod Smith, a 22-year veteran of the borough police force, was appointed chief of police at Monday night’s borough council meeting. more »»

Survey returns show need for pedestrian, bicyclist access

December 9, 2014 Greg Famiglio, a physician in Williamsport, spends a lot of time in State Colleg. more »»

South Side OKs ’15 budget, cuts per capita tax

December 9, 2014 South Williamsport Borough Council unanimously approved its 2015 budget for $4.6 million and in the process eliminated a $5 per capita tax. more »»



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