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Supervisor shares long history with township

December 8, 2014 On Dec. 2, Charles Brannaka was recognized for his many years of service as a township superviso. more »»

Region to see several days with chance of snow

December 8, 2014 “Unsettled weather” is possible for most of the week. more »»

New cameras at courthouse, taxes get votes

December 8, 2014 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: Federal • The U.S. more »»

Local man loves sports, reminds him of his grandfather

December 8, 2014 Sports, including football and golf, and what they mean to him are the topics on one Williamsport native’s mind. “It’s that time of year,” Matt Rider said. more »»

18 local schools performed poorer while 13 improved

December 7, 2014 Eighteen public schools in Lycoming County performed poorer in the 2013-14 school year than in 2012-13 school year, while 13 schools improved during that time, according to recently released state... more »»

Dickens of a Christmas presses on in rain

December 7, 2014 WELLSBORO — Despite a cold unrelenting rain that started falling the night before the main event, this year’s Dickens of a Christmas Festival was deemed a success by Chamber of Commerce executive... more »»

Montoursville celebrates season in drizzle

December 7, 2014 Consistent cold showers and temperatures in the 30s didn’t help set a very festive scene at Montoursville’s Olde Tyme Christmas Saturday, but some attendees weathered through it. more »»

Loyalsock Township man is new commissioner

December 6, 2014 Former Loyalsock Township Supervisor Jeffrey Rauff is the newest Lycoming County commissioner. more »»

United Way behind on donations

December 6, 2014 Slower and lower workplace campaign results, among other factors, are to blame for this year’s Lycoming County United Way campaign moving at a troubling pace toward its goal of $1.75 million. more »»

Turf field part of Penn College 5-year master plan

December 6, 2014 By ALYSSA MANEVAL A turf field is one of the top priorities for the Pennsylvania College of Technology in the next five years. more »»

Bishop Guilfoyle bests Mounties

December 6, 2014 South Williamsport's Dominick Bragalone capped off his senior season with one of the country's top single-season rushing performances, but the Mounties postseason run came to an end, as South... more »»

Commissioners OK courthouse camera system

December 6, 2014 By NICO SALVATORI Lycoming County commissioners Thursday approved $22,498 to upgrade the video security system at the county courthouse. “The new camera system will ... more »»

Concerns about proposed county tax hike shared

December 5, 2014 Several Lycoming County residents came out Thursday to voice concerns about the county’s proposed 2015 budget that features a 1-mill property tax increase. more »»

Rauff appointed interim county commissioner

December 5, 2014 Former Loyalsock Township Supervisor Jeffrey Rauff is the newest Lycoming County commissioner. more »»

Mayor: Tax on rentals will prevail

December 5, 2014 As he defends the city’s proposed $21.4 million, no-tax-hike 2015 budget, Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Calvert Avenue fire leaves elderly woman homeless

December 5, 2014 As flames raced up her kitchen wall late Thursday afternoon, Joye Hampton quickly called 911 and safely bolted from her Calvert Avenue home, just north of Brandon Par. more »»

Reduced flight schedule planned

December 5, 2014 A reduced-flight schedule will take place over the course of a month at the Williamsport Regional Airport, according to Thomas J. Hart, executive director of the airpor. more »»

State OKs $1 million grant for athletic site

December 5, 2014 WELLSBORO — The newly formed education foundation and school district here received word from state Sen. Joe Scarnati, R-Brockway, and state Rep. more »»



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