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Map helps steer public to the arts

June 22, 2016 By CARA MORNINGSTAR cmorningstar@sungazette. more »»

WASD OKs budget with tax hike

June 22, 2016 The Williamsport Area School Board on Tuesday night approved the final budget for 2016-17 with with a real estate tax increase of 0.35 mills. The rate increase was lowered from 0. more »»

Crimes have gun shops taking more precautions

June 22, 2016 Some gun shop owners are taking extra precautions in the wake of a spate of gun shop break-ins that have been reported around the region over the last few day. more »»

500 soldiers evacuated at Fort A.P. Hill

June 22, 2016 FORT A.P. Hill, Va. more »»

City to cover insurance tab at skatepark

June 22, 2016 The city appears to be on a fast-track toward helping Lifland Skatepark Association get its skateboard park back in operation by the week of July 8. more »»

House OKs restrictions on abortion

June 22, 2016 HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania House approved new restrictions Tuesday on elective abortions after an emotional debate and despite a veto threat from the governor. more »»

Montgomery OKs budget with tax hike

June 22, 2016 MONTGOMERY — Montgomery Area School Board approved the district’s 2016-17 final budget at Tuesday’s meeting, bringing a tax increase of 0.74 mills. The final budget increased the millage rate to 14. more »»

Gov. Wolf says budget can hit goals without major tax increase

June 22, 2016 HARRISBURG — Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf backed off his latest proposal for an increase in sales or income taxes, saying Tuesday his budget priorities can be met without it. more »»

Lycoming commissioners consider conservation easement

June 22, 2016 The Lycoming County commissioners considered the approval of a land preservation easement as well as a computer software maintenance renewal agreement, during their Tuesday morning meeting. more »»

Pa. congressman convicted in feds’ racketeering case

June 22, 2016 PHILADELPHIA — In his heyday, U.S. Rep. more »»

Lawsuits: Sisters abused by same priest as kids

June 22, 2016 ALTOONA (AP) — Two sisters have sued a Catholic priest, his central Pennsylvania diocese and two ex-bishops who supervised him, saying the cleric molested them repeatedly as girls — including one at... more »»

Work to be completed on I-180 bridges over Fairfield Road

June 22, 2016 Substructure repair work that began in late March on the Interstate 180 bridges spanning Fairfield Road in Fairfield Township is expected to be completed next week. more »»

John Brady Drive sees 2 crashes in 6-hour period

June 22, 2016 MUNCY — Sections of John Brady Drive, about 600 yards apart, were briefly closed following two separate crashes that occurred in a six-hour period overnight in Muncy Creek Township, according to... more »»

Man shot in foot; city police investigate

June 21, 2016 After being shot in the foot near West Fourth Street and Mifflin Place about 3 p.m. more »»

Man acquitted in toddler’s death

June 21, 2016 A jury in Lycoming County Court found a Jersey Shore man not guilty Monday on all counts related to the death of his girlfriend’s 18-month-old son on May 5, 2015. more »»

Senate blocks control curbs

June 21, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — A divided Senate blocked rival election-year plans to curb guns on Monday, eight days after the horror of Orlando’s mass shooting intensified pressure on lawmakers to act but... more »»

Casey and Toomey explain their votes

June 21, 2016 Gun control talk has been buzzing in the Senate since the shooting at a gay nightclub on June 13 in Orlando, Florida. In response to a 15-hour filibuster by Sen. Chris Murphy D-Conn. more »»

Law aiding NRA suits nixed by state high court

June 21, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — A Pennsylvania law designed to make it easier for organizations like the National Rifle Association to challenge cities’ firearms ordinances in court received a fatal blow Monday. more »»

House returns with budget deadline looming, no vote on tap

June 21, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — The Pennsylvania House of Representatives returned to session Monday as the fiscal-year deadline ticked down and a vote on the state’s largest expansion of gambling in a decade... more »»

 
 
 

 

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