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Eye-opener: US teens getting less and less sleep, study shows

February 16, 2015 By LINDSEY TANNER AP Medical Writer CHICAGO — U.S. teens are getting sleepier: Many lack even seven hours of shut-eye each night and the problem has worsened over two decades, a study found. more »»

Latest in ‘biblical’ string of storms slams New England

February 16, 2015 BOSTON — Another weekend, another major snowstorm: The latest system to sweep the Northeast brought another foot to Boston — on top of 6 feet that has fallen over the last month — and tested New... more »»

Family of slain man seeks answers

February 15, 2015 About 12 hours after 24-year-old gunshot victim Haneef M. more »»

Survivors speak on overcoming abuse

February 15, 2015 “Today is a day to love yourself,” Henrietta Hadley, Firetree Place executive director, said. “We have to first love ourselves so we can love others. more »»

Sun-Gazette Sunday sports section, football magazine win national awards

February 15, 2015 The Williamsport Sun-Gazette won a Top 10 Sunday section award for its circulation category during the Associated Press Sports Editors national contest judging this past week in Orlando, Fla. more »»

Motorist hits bus

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Precaution urged with sub-zero temperatures

February 14, 2015 With a daytime high Sunday forecast to be in the single digits, and the overnight low well below zero, it may not be uncommon to hear the expression, “This weather is fit for neither man nor beast. more »»

All about love

February 14, 2015 Liz Bodnar, of Brandon Avenue, loves her dogs as much as she does her dogwalker and friend Taryn Mueller. more »»

Governor halts death penalty

February 14, 2015 HARRISBURG (AP) — Newly elected Gov. more »»

Prison population down last month

February 14, 2015 Lycoming County officials are attributing a reduced prison population in January to the county’s reentry services center and its bail release program. more »»

City man seeks seat on council

February 14, 2015 Joel E. Henderson, 34, of 1010 Elmira St., has announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination in May’s primary election to serve on City Council. more »»

$2M lottery ticket sold at Muncy store

February 14, 2015 MUNCY — A locally purchased lottery ticket means big bucks for someone and a very excited store owner. The mystery remains as to who purchased the $2 million ticket from Unity Food Mart, 219 N. more »»

Wind chills dropping to minus 25

February 13, 2015 Break out the layers because arctic fronts will be dropping temperatures well below the average for the next few days. more »»

Nelson man seeks Elkland district judge post

February 13, 2015 James R. Edgcomb, 36, of Nelson, has announced his intent to seek both the Republican and Democratic nominations for Magisterial District Judge Court 04-3-01 in Elkland in the May 19 primary election. more »»

Committee, residents consider revisions to outdoor fireplace ordinance

February 13, 2015 MANSFIELD — Borough council’s Safety Committee has been going over input from a group of community members who have been reviewing a controversial outdoor fireplace ordinance since it was voted down... more »»

Montoursville applies for $2 million grant

February 13, 2015 The Montoursville Area School Board on Tuesday night voted to apply for a $2 million Alternative Clean Energy Program grant as part of the district’s high school renovation and construction project. more »»

Loyalsock Township selects new assistant principal for high school

February 13, 2015 Loyalsock Township School District unanimously voted to appoint Brooke Beiter as the new Loyalsock Township High School assistant principal at Wednesday night’s board meeting. more »»

Montgomery mayor: Snowed-in cars ‘huge’ problem

February 13, 2015 MONTGOMERY — “When it snows, just move your car,” was the message from Mayor Andrew Onufrak II at the regular meeting of borough council Tuesday. “It’s a huge problem for the snowplow. more »»

Supervisors greenlight grant application

February 13, 2015 Old Lycoming Township supervisors voted Tuesday to apply for a grant from the state Department of Transportation for the 2015-16 fiscal year for traffic light upkeep. more »»


February 12, 2015 Faculty speakers from Pennsylvania College of Technology discussed the differences between revolutionary and evolutionary technological changes and their effects on society to conclude the college’s... more »»



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