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High in the sky

September 10, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Look to the skies on Saturday to witness scenes of serene balloonic beauty and dazzling displays of aerial maneuvering. more »»

Man faces the realities of heroin abuse on a regular basis

September 10, 2014 (EDITOR’S NOTE: During the month of September, National Recovery Month, the Sun-Gazette will offer a special “What’s on your mind?” series. more »»

Board approves high school construction plan

September 10, 2014 By MIKE REUTHER mreuther@sungazett. more »»

County authority may become a stormwater ‘umbrella’

September 10, 2014 As stormwater becomes an increasingly pressing environmental and financial concern in the area, the Lycoming County Water and Sewer Authority is seeking to amend its articles of incorporation to... more »»

Finance committee gives 3 positive recommendations

September 10, 2014 The city finance committee Tuesday gave three administration projects positive recommendations. more »»

Commission recommends $142K for Bowman Field

September 10, 2014 The Bowman Field Commission Tuesday recommended the administration spend an estimated $142,000 on safety and improvements to Susquehanna Bank Park at Bowman Field. Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Obama seeks arms, training for Syrian opposition

September 10, 2014 WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will ask Congress to quickly authorize the arming and training of Syrian opposition forces but will press forward without formal sign-off from lawmakers on a... more »»

Hughesville council terminates employment of police chief

September 10, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Following an executive session Monday night, Hughesville Borough Council voted unanimously to terminate, effective immediately, the employment of Police Chief Jason Gill as involuntary... more »»

NYPD: Terror threat more complex than ever

September 10, 2014 NEW YORK — Air strikes in Iraq, ongoing unrest in Syria and the beheadings of two American journalists are casting a long shadow over the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. more »»

PSU back in bowl biz

September 9, 2014 Penn State’s football program got out from under the most severe on-field sanctions imposed on it two years ago over the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal, learning the NCAA will allow it to compet... more »»

‘Spamalot’ issue

September 9, 2014 The conference room the South Williamsport Area School Board meets in was uncharacteristically filled from wall to wall with students and parents Monday night at its bi-monthly meeting. more »»

Global warming may change bird fly patterns

September 9, 2014 WASHINGTON — As the world gets warmer, the Baltimore oriole no longer will be found in Maryland. The Mississippi kite will move north, east and pretty much out of its namesake state. more »»

US job market’s lingering weak spot: Stagnant pay

September 9, 2014 WASHINGTON — The U.S. job market has steadily improved by pretty much every gauge except the one Americans probably care about most: Pay. The unemployment rate has sunk to a nearly normal 6.1 percent. more »»

Obama to broaden US effort to combat militants

September 9, 2014 WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will go on the offensive against the Islamic State group with a broader counterterror mission than he previously has been willing to embrace, U.S. more »»

Honoring 9/11 victims

September 9, 2014 For 13 years the 9/11 Memorial Coalition has held a not-for-profit memorial motorcycle ride in remembrance of the lives lost on Sept. 11 2011. This Thursday it continues the tradition. more »»

Jersey Shore Borough Council OKs sidewalk bid

September 9, 2014 After a lengthy discussion, Jersey Shore Borough Council voted 3-2 to approve a construction bid for its downtown sidewalk project. more »»

Negotiations over new teachers contract get closer

September 9, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — The four-year wait for contract talks appears over as Monday night negotiations between the Jersey Shore Area Education Association and the school board inched closer, according to... more »»

Williamsport Briefs

September 9, 2014 Grants recommended The city Recreation Commission Monday recommended just under $3,000 in cultural arts grant program funds be distributed to three finalists. more »»

Gilmours honored by CAC

September 8, 2014 Fred and Davie Jane Gilmour, the Community Arts Center’s favorite team, accepted the 2014 Director’s Chair Award, an accolade of thanks from the community to those who give their support to the... more »»

‘Average’ weather in the forecast for upcoming week

September 8, 2014 By TORY IRWIN The area can expect a sunny, mild climate for the days ahead. more »»



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