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September 6, 2016 For over a century, Old City Hall has been home to numerous mayors, police officers and, later, businesses. more »»

Lots to enjoy

September 5, 2016 A rainbow of produce stretches across the Williamsport Growers Market each Saturday morning despite some tough growing conditions brought on by dry conditions in the regio. more »»

Route 118 accident claims life of woman

September 5, 2016 One person was killed and another seriously injured in a motorcycle accident Saturday night in Jordan Township, Lycoming County, according to state police. more »»

Local man was a friend to animals, people

September 5, 2016 An animal lover, an outdoorsman, a friend to everyone he me. more »»

Tropical storm won’t affect area

September 5, 2016 Though a tropical storm has done damage across multiple Southern states, the storm most likely will have no effect on northcentral Pennsylvania. more »»

Disabled couple: Too little to no notice given before street work

September 5, 2016 As contractors work to replace aging gas lines throughout the city, streets are being closed off left and right. more »»

Commissioners vote to table agreement with youth agency

September 5, 2016 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: Federal • The House and Senate are not in session. State • The House and Senate are not in session. more »»

Be prepared to face extreme weather

September 4, 2016 Northcentral Pennsylvania can seem a tad sleepy in the weather department. There’s plenty of hot, humid weather in the heart of summer, and the commonwealth is no stranger to cold, snowy winters. more »»

The point of a preparedness plan? You never know when you’ll need it

September 4, 2016 How can anyone possibly plan for an emergency? According to the American Red Cross, “It’s as easy as one, two, three. more »»

10th District to see contest in November

September 4, 2016 Summer is coming to a close, the fall election season ramping up and candidates are looking toward November, but first voters need to keep a few things in mind. more »»

Making sense of many polls

September 4, 2016 The never-ending supply of presidential polls across the country can be hard to trust and decipher, but they are more accurate than people may think, says a local political science professor. more »»

GOP nominee to Detroit church: ‘I am here to listen’

September 4, 2016 DETROIT (AP) — Donald Trump swayed to songs of worship, read scripture, and donned a Jewish prayer shawl Saturday during a visit to a predominantly black church in Detroit, where he called for a... more »»

Man acquitted of almost all counts in shooting of cop

September 4, 2016 MEDIA (AP) — A man who argued self-defense in the shooting of a suburban Philadelphia police officer has been acquitted of almost all charges, including those involving the officer. more »»

Voters in Keystone State face variety of choices

September 4, 2016 By MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG — The election season gets underway in earnest after Labor Day, and Pennsylvania has a packed ballot on Nov. more »»

1 injured in shooting in city

September 3, 2016 Williamsport police are investigating a shooting early Friday morning in a city tavern. Police were dispatched to the Shamrock Grill, 762 W. Fourth St. more »»

Township native says he was just doing his job as a police officer

September 3, 2016 Two years after helping to save a woman’s life hours into his first patrol as a police officer, a Loyalsock Township native has been honored for helping to save a life for the second time. more »»

Family Promise to open duplex for big families

September 3, 2016 Family Promise of Lycoming County is planning to open a duplex on Park Place by the middle of next year to house larger families in the area who are experiencing homelessness, Melissa Magargle,... more »»

State’s nonunion workers to get largest raise in decades

September 3, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is giving state government managers and other nonunion workers the largest boost in pay they have received in decades and perhaps longer. more »»

Court deadlock puts judge retirement age on ballot

September 3, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — The state’s highest court said Friday that it was deadlocked on whether to let voters consider a constitutional amendment to raise judges’ mandatory retirement age from 70 to 75,... more »»

Winds of war sweep in

September 3, 2016 As the Civil War crept into the lives of those in Williamsport, men began to train for battle. On Au. more »»



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