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Home repairs in city, lighting contract for county among votes

May 16, 2016 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: Federal • The U.S. more »»

South Williamsport Christian finds joy in researching Islamic faith

May 16, 2016 Tyler Henry, of South Williamsport, took an interest in learning about Islam as it seemed to appear in the media more and more frequently. more »»

Terror group’s attacks leave 29 Iraqis dead

May 16, 2016 BAGHDAD (AP) — The Islamic State group launched a coordinated assault Sunday on a natural gas plant north of Baghdad that killed at least 14 people, while a string of other bomb attacks in or close... more »»

Diplomat: Islamic State losing

May 16, 2016 AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — The Obama administration’s diplomatic point man in the fight against the Islamic State group said Sunday that the extremists have been losing control over territory and that... more »»

Open house at airport draws crowds

May 15, 2016 A red Pitts Special biplane danced with a tail of smoke across the background of the foggy Appalachian Mountains. The contrast of the plane’s paint and the lush green forest was striking. more »»

How city’s founder came to meet his destiny

May 15, 2016 The boy who as an adult founded Williamsport marked his signature with an X. more »»

Senator, vying for re-election, wary of Trump, eyes centrists

May 15, 2016 HARRISBURG — Republican Sen. Pat Toomey already had the political balancing act of winning over middle-of-the-road voters in his quest for a second term in moderate Pennsylvania. more »»

Big rallies or quiet voters? Is Clinton’s campaign low on enthusiasm?

May 15, 2016 DES MOINES, Iowa — Rock concert rallies versus intimate town halls. Adoring groupies versus dutiful voters. Sweeping promises versus targeted proposals. more »»

Board fears time for new prison coming

May 14, 2016 The Lycoming County Prison Board discussed the necessity of the county’s reentry program and renewed talks on building a new prison in the future during its meeting Friday morning. more »»

Ceremony sends new graduates out into the world

May 14, 2016 Pennsylvania College of Technology president Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour was not going to let the superstition of Friday the 13th worry the class of 2016 graduates. more »»

Former Montoursville Area School Board members call for resignations

May 14, 2016 Citing loss of community faith and a “trend of fiscal irresponsibility,” former Montoursville Area School Board members are asking five sitting school directors to step down. more »»

Wreck on Route 220 claims life

May 14, 2016 PENNSDALE — One man was killed and another seriously injured when their pickup trucks collided in a violent head-on collision Friday afternoon. The crash occurred just before 1 p.m. more »»

As fliers wait in long lines, patience requested

May 14, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Facing a growing backlash over extremely long waits at airport security, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson asked fliers “to be patient” as the government takes steps to get... more »»

Senator, county DA blast ‘sanctuary city’ Philly

May 14, 2016 The Lycoming County District Attorney is joining U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, in his opposition to Philadelphia’s recent sanctuary city status. more »»

Airport Authority opens bidding for more airport terminal construction

May 14, 2016 The Williamsport Municipal Airport Authority opened bidding for the next five contracts for the new terminal construction project, at its meeting Thursday evenin. more »»

Street projects to impact traffic in city next week

May 14, 2016 Several city street projects are expected to impact traffic starting Monday. more »»

Prizes, cooking demonstrations tantalize crowd

May 13, 2016 “This ain’t an opera, boys and girls. more »»

Council approves assistance for home repairs

May 13, 2016 City Council on Thursday passed a resolution to expand the Brodart Neighborhood Improvement Project to more city blocks for income-eligible homeowners to get funding for interior and exterior home... more »»

Retired commissioner weighs in on appeals shift, reassessment

May 13, 2016 A previous Lycoming County commissioner offered his advice to current commissioners on Thursday and suggested they take back the appeals board as well as implement a countywide property reassessmen. more »»



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