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March 26, 2014 Other than 22,000 bolts from Ohio, material used in the construction of the new railroad bridge over the Loyalsock Creek in Montoursville is coming entirely from Pennsylvania, and the main... more »»

Final stage of Route 15 improvements underway

March 26, 2014 Springtime means construction in Pennsylvani. more »»

Montoursville School Board eyeing modest tax hike

March 26, 2014 Montoursville Area School District is considering a slight hike in the tax millage for the coming year. The school board on Tuesday got its first look at a proposed $28. more »»

Birth control rule divides Supreme Court

March 26, 2014 WASHINGTON — Seemingly divided, the Supreme Court struggled Tuesday with the question of whether companies have religious rights, a case challenging President Barack Obama’s health overhaul and its... more »»


March 26, 2014 For those who are going to do outdoor burning, Lycoming County commissioners and the county Department of Public Safety are asking that extreme caution be used due to dry conditions — but optimally,... more »»

Athletic complex upgrades on city planners’ agenda

March 26, 2014 Over $3.5 million in athletic complex upgrades proposed at Williamsport Area High School are up for review by the City Planning Commission at its April 7 meeting. more »»

5 anti-fracking activists waive preliminary hearings

March 26, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — All five people arrested in last week’s anti-fracking demonstration on Dam Run Road near Salladasburg waived their preliminary hearings Wednesday before District Judge Jerry C. Leple. more »»

Updates on city website are on the way

March 26, 2014 The city’s self-described archaic and impractical website is getting a new design, making it more user-friendly and accurate. Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Alternative fuels touted at workshop

March 26, 2014 The notion of displacing foreign oil in favor of clean, domestic energy sources seemed to be a rallying cry during a workshop on alternative fuels Wednesday at Pennsylvania College of Technology. more »»

ACLU seeks info on state voter roll purge

March 26, 2014 HARRISBURG — A civil-rights group raised questions Tuesday about Pennsylvania’s participation in a program designed to help purge voters with duplicate registrations in different states. more »»

Records: Penn State axed public praise for Paterno

March 26, 2014 STATE COLLEGE (AP) — Newly released records show Penn State University planned to issue a statement honoring football coach Joe Paterno in the days after his death, then scrapped the idea amid the... more »»

Loyalsock Township OKs resident’s gunsmith shop

March 26, 2014 Loyalsock Township supervisors voted Tuesday night to unanimously approve a request from Loyalsock resident Matthew Van Zile to use his detached garage as a gunsmith shop in which he will make scope... more »»

Freeh appeals ruling that delayed Spanier lawsuit

March 26, 2014 STATE COLLEGE (AP) — Former FBI director Louis Freeh and his law firm are asking a higher court to review a judge’s decision to let former Penn State president Graham Spanier put his lawsuit on hol. more »»

East Lycoming School Board seeks reimbursement

March 26, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — The East Lycoming School Board took a step toward potential reimbursement from the state for various district projects Tuesday evening. more »»

Despite rainfall deficits, city water supplies good

March 26, 2014 In an update on the city water supply, Marcia Crouse, the authority field service officer, told Williamsport Municipal Water and Sewer authorities members Wednesday that the reservoirs are nearly at... more »»

Roof painting contract awarded

March 26, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Borough Council on Monday awarded a contract to Jonathan Fisher to repaint the borough building roof. more »»

‘Blood’ brothers

March 25, 2014 In any other context, 20 gallons of blood sounds downright gruesome — but not when it comes to donating it. more »»

Repeat offender gets 2- to 5-year state prison term

March 25, 2014 Nothing makes a grown man cry quite like a state prison sentence. Marco Kevin Ward, 29, currently incarcerated at Lycoming County Prison, tearfully begged Judge Marc F. more »»

Health system projects change in scope of care

March 25, 2014 With an eye to the future and enhanced patient care, Susquehanna Health continues moving ahead with development at its campuses. Sherry E. more »»



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