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Stormwater runoff issues on council’s agenda

July 10, 2014 City Council decides tonight whether to release up to $25,000 of natural gas impact fees related to stormwater management. more »»

City extends brush collection due to severity of damage

July 10, 2014 The city will continue to collect storm-felled debris until Monday night, officials announced. Originally, the cleanup was scheduled to be a one-day sweep across the cit. more »»

Montoursville novelist aims for publishing prize

July 10, 2014 It’s every writer’s dream to have a book published, but in the era of e-books, it’s become harder than ever to get noticed by the big publishing houses. more »»

Improper payments by federal government top $100B

July 10, 2014 WASHINGTON — Tax credits for families that don’t qualify. Medicare payments for treatments that might not be necessary. Unemployment benefits for people who are secretly working. more »»

Supervisors verbally OK liquor license transfer

July 10, 2014 PENNSDALE — In response to a request by Springman’s Country Store Cafe, the Muncy Township supervisors on Wednesday verbally approved a resolution for the intermunicipal transfer of a liquor license... more »»

Woman jailed for allegedly helping homicide suspect flee

July 9, 2014 After Rashawn Jeffrey Williams fatally shot another man in the 400 block of West Fourth Street during the early-morning hours of June 1, his girlfriend, Erica Nicole Lambert, drove him to Virginia i... more »»

Intoxicated woman killed sitting in middle of country road

July 9, 2014 WATERVILLE — A heavily-intoxicated woman was killed late Monday night when she was struck by an SUV while she was sitting in the middle of Little Pine Creek Road, just north of Boone Road, according... more »»


July 9, 2014 For the third time in a week, the region was stuck with a whopper of a thunderstorm Tuesday night when high winds and a pounding rain toppled scores of trees and power lines. more »»

Blue Star Mothers plan chapter for Williamsport

July 9, 2014 Blue Star Mothers of America, a support group for mothers or female legal guardians of members of the armed forces, is looking to start a chapter in Williamsport. more »»

Loyalsock joins other county municipalities in MS4 coalition

July 9, 2014 Loyalsock Township Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to join with other local Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) communities to hire a new county employee to assist with new storm water... more »»

Commissioners approve YWCA project funding

July 9, 2014 The Lycoming County commissioners voted 2-0 Tuesday to amend an agreement with the YWCA to boost the available funds for several planned renovation and construction projects at the facility by about... more »»

Budget bill passes, but Philly schools in limbo

July 9, 2014 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania state senators finished Tuesday what Republican majority leaders viewed as the remaining pieces of budget-related legislation, although Democrats went away frustrated and a... more »»

Way’s Garden targeted for possible improvement grant

July 9, 2014 Way’s Garden, the century-old city park at West Fourth and Maynard streets, may be receiving a financial boost toward restoration. more »»

State-owned schools see 3 percent tuition jump

July 9, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — Students at Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities will see tuition increase by about 3 percent in the coming school year. more »»

Commissioners approve funding for scholarship for first responders

July 9, 2014 Tioga County Commissioners Tuesday approved a gift of $50,000 toward creating a scholarship with the Mansfield University Fund for emergency response volunteers. more »»

Board approves $140,000 to improve sound, lighting in auditorium

July 9, 2014 MONTGOMERY — The Montgomery Area School Board met Tuesday evening to award a total of $141,252 in contracts for a project to improve sound and lighting in the high school auditorium. more »»

City to conduct 1-day brush collection sweep

July 8, 2014 Brush, limbs, twigs — anything that is from a tree and is littering yards — should be picked up, raked into a pile and placed loosely, not in bags, on the curb of properties in the city tonight in... more »»

Board OKs $1 million to upgrade technology

July 8, 2014 BLOSSBURG — The Southern Tioga School Board met Monday evening to approve $1,057,965 to be used for the district wide technology upgrade. $388,453 will be awarded to Intermediate Unit No. more »»

Budget bill could end up in court

July 8, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — Key budget-related legislation on tap for consideration Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Senate covers topics from how oil and gas drilling should be regulated to how billions of dollar... more »»

Borough Council votes to spend $160,000 to fix wells

July 8, 2014 Montoursville Borough Council Monday night approved the spending of $160,000 for needed electrical upgrades of wells. more »»



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