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Congress was correct to tighten the visa requirements for some

January 16, 2016 Members of Congress were right to tighten visa requirements for citizens of 38 countries who formerly did not have to possess the documents to travel to the United States. more »»

Latest heroin report highlights daunting but doable mission

January 15, 2016 In 2014, 2,489 state residents died from a drug overdose, an alarming 20 percent increase from 2013. more »»

Tiadaghton police umbrella extended to Piatt Township

January 14, 2016 The Tiadaghton police department became just a little bit more regionalized as 2016 began, adding Piatt Township to its coverage umbrella. more »»

Coach Girardi gets a deserved call from college 'hall'

January 13, 2016 To the surprise of no one in these parts, retired Lycoming College football Coach Frank Girardi was elected Friday to the College Football Hall of Fame. more »»

Landfill changes: New commissioners should not hesitate to make more

January 12, 2016 The Lycoming County landfill operation has undergone some significant reorganization in the past month. more »»

Will blind defenses of Obama hurt Dems in 2016 election?

January 11, 2016 A “non-traditional” State of the Union address will be presented by President Barack Obama later this month, his aides have told reporters. more »»

New city, county leaders have some encouraging traits

January 10, 2016 The keynote speaker at Lycoming County’s inauguration ceremonies this past week, Dr. more »»

Uncle Sam’s debt will top shameful $19 trillion in 2016

January 9, 2016 Among America’s creditors, 2016 promises to be a good new year indeed. Our national debt will top $19 trillion sometime during the yea. more »»

State budget attack ads funded on backs of union workers’ dues

January 8, 2016 The latest state budget stalemate prompted a fresh round of political ads highly critical of the Republican majority of the Legislature, complete with annoying elephant yelps. more »»

Montoursville schools remain more in limbo than ever

January 7, 2016 The most recent Montoursville School Board meeting did not seem to get the school's building project out of the limbo stage. Which makes Ja. more »»

City should save business privilege money for future

January 6, 2016 If City Council and the city of Williamsport administration had approved a minor tax increase several years ago, when it was being contemplated, it could have raised millions of dollars over the pas... more »»

Wolf’s budget action is about six months late

January 5, 2016 Gov. Tom Wolf finally agreed last week to release $2. more »»

First impact of climate change accord damages U.S. economy

January 4, 2016 It probably will require weeks of examining and analyzing the Paris climate change agreement for Americans to understand fully what it means to us. more »»

For 2016 to be turnaround year, a tough list looms

January 3, 2016 If felt like 2015 was dominated by news bulletins that fit the unspeakable category. more »»

ISIS being attacked, but the mission still lacks in clarity

January 2, 2016 slamic State terrorists in Syria and Iraq are being attacked more vigorously than ever before, as President Barack Obama emphasized recently. more »»

Year-end trepidation must be met with individual resolve

January 1, 2016 We ring out the old of 2015 and ring in the new of 2016 with a concession: We have trepidations. Our world feels more fragile than ever. more »»

Lycoming, Dr. Trachte, POY list cause for hope in our area

December 31, 2015 Lycoming College and its president, Dr. Kent C. Trachte, topped the Sun-Gazette's Person of the Year list in 2015 with good reaso. more »»

Council passes city budget that no one is very happy about

December 30, 2015 Williamsport’s city budget for 2016 was doomed from the start to be a plan no one is ultimately happy about. The $24.1 million budget approved by City Council carries with it a 1. more »»

City correct to seek fine for late cutout patching

December 29, 2015 We don't know if the city of Williamsport will be successful in its quest to recover $1,000 per day in late payments for failure to complete paving of streets where water and gas main replacements... more »»

Intelligence analysts’ claims are much more than a political game

December 28, 2015 More than 50 military intelligence analysts have said their conclusions about battling terrorists in Syria and Iraq were altered by U.S. more »»



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