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Volunteers pack meals for needy

April 4, 2016 Community volunteers made 40,000 packaged meals on Friday evening during Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church’s meal packaging event. more »»

Terror group bombs Saudi police stations

April 4, 2016 CAIRO (AP) — An Islamic State affiliate in Saudi Arabia claimed on Sunday that its militants detonated two explosive devices in front of a police station in the city of al-Dalam, setting fire to... more »»

Commissioners OK JVB Library allocation

April 4, 2016 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: County • Lycoming County commissioners voted 3-0, approving the county’s annual allocation to the James V. more »»

South Side man is ready for Trump to be elected president

April 4, 2016 South Williamsport resident David Weaver said it’s time for an outsider to clean up Washington, D.C., and “get America going in the right direction.” He is ready for Donald Trump. more »»

Iraqi forces take northern edge of town

April 4, 2016 HIT, Iraq (AP) — Iraqi forces took the northern edge of the Islamic State-held town of Hit, west of Baghdad, on Sunday in an operation led by the country’s elite counterterrorism forces, military... more »»

Clinton questioned on emails; Trump calls on rival to quit

April 4, 2016 MILWAUKEE (AP) — Donald Trump on Sunday called for John Kasich to drop out of the Republican presidential race, arguing that the Ohio governor shouldn’t be allowed to continue accumulating delegates... more »»

Feds may seek racketeering suit for clergy sexual abuse

April 4, 2016 PITTSBURGH (AP) — A federal prosecutor may file a racketeering lawsuit against a Roman Catholic diocese where a state grand jury found two former bishops helped cover up the sexual abuse of hundreds... more »»

Life of selfless caregiver Michelle Inch is fondly remembered

April 3, 2016 The shortened, but bountiful life of a selfless caretaker from Montoursville was honored Saturday morning. more »»

Local Dems discuss today’s political climate

April 3, 2016 Political season is in full swing and it was no more apparent than at the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, hosted by the Lycoming County Democratic Party Saturday. more »»

2 displaced after trailer kitchen fire

April 3, 2016 Fire crews were dispatched to a trailer fire at 2023 Carlton Terrace in Old Lycoming Township Friday evening. more »»

Local lad featured on TLC

April 2, 2016 A new television series entitled “Two In A Million” featuring Williamsport native Giovanni Hamilton, 8, premieres at 10 p.m. April 6 on TLC. more »»

Steady hiring spurs more job hunting

April 2, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers shrugged off signs of weak growth and extended their long stretch of steady hiring in March, adding 215,000 jobs. more »»

Leaders warn of harrowing risk of nuclear-armed terrorists

April 2, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — World leaders declared progress Friday in securing nuclear materials worldwide but warned of a persistent and harrowing threat: terrorists getting their hands on a nuclear bom. more »»

Keystone State hosts dueling GOP hopefuls

April 2, 2016 CAMP HILL (AP) — Pennsylvania played host Friday to dueling presidential candidates for the first time this year, a sign of the unsettled Republican primary race led by businessman Donald Trump... more »»

New solicitor general says he barely knew attorney general before job offer

April 2, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — The lawyer just hired by Attorney General Kathleen Kane to be her second-in-command said Friday the two had met just twice and only briefly before she gave him final decision-makin... more »»

Interim director pays city visit for town hall meeting

April 1, 2016 Unreturned phone calls. Exorbitant bills. Interminable delays. These were just some of the complaints that local military veterans expressed about the U.S. more »»

State code gives board deadline on vacant seat

April 1, 2016 Montoursville Area School Board this week went against a State School Code provision when it voted to temporarily suspend a particular policy on filling a vacant board seat. more »»

Council agrees to apply for park grant

April 1, 2016 City Council Thursday night unanimously approved a request of the city administration to apply for a $250,000 grant to the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for site development... more »»

Officials: US mulls easing currency ban to help Iran

April 1, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is considering easing financial restrictions that prohibit U.S. dollars from being used in transactions with Iran, U.S. officials said. more »»



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