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Planning commission approves land developments

July 23, 2016 The Lycoming County Planning Commission gave approval Thursday night for two land development projects. The first land development is with Ashler Inc. more »»

Council, Susquehanna Health reach deal on pedestrian walkways

July 23, 2016 City Council has forged an agreement with Susquehanna Health meant to continue to improve the condition of streets, sidewalks and pedestrian crosswalks leading to the Williamsport Regional Medical... more »»

Temperatures likely to soar

July 22, 2016 Area residents may try to beat the heat at swimming pools, ponds and water parks this weekend as a heat wave forecast to begin today and last through Monday will feature high temperatures in the low... more »»

Recognize signs of heat-related illnesses

July 22, 2016 When temperatures rise into the 90s, people should “play it safe — stay indoors, stay cool and drink lots of water,” according to Dr. more »»

How to minimize the heat

July 22, 2016 “In a heat wave, air conditioning can be a matter of health, and though everyone wants to be energy conscious it may be a good idea to go to a movie or go to the mall where you can be comfortable an... more »»

New officer gives police force most women ever

July 22, 2016 For the first time in city police history, there will be four working women police officers. Nikita Bonnell, of Trout Run, took the oath during the City Council meeting Thursday nigh. more »»

Delegate slams Cruz, praises Trump’s family

July 22, 2016 Texas Senator Ted Cruz should have endorsed presidential nominee Donald Trump, a delegate from Williamsport says. more »»

Candidate’s NATO remarks draw rebukes

July 22, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Alarm and condemnation erupted Thursday from European capitals, the White House and leaders of Donald Trump’s own party after the Republican presidential nominee suggested the... more »»

Police shooting in Florida recycles fears, concerns of black community

July 22, 2016 Charles Kinsey held his hands in the air and shouted to police that the autistic man sitting on the street next to him wasn’t dangerous. A few seconds later, he felt bullets rip into his leg. more »»


July 21, 2016 City teenager Salvatore White feels safe, but these days he’s got concerns about some cops and the color of his skin. more »»

Businessmen suggest $65 million project in Muncy

July 21, 2016 MUNCY — The possibility of a new life for an old industrial property in Muncy was a topic of discussion at the Muncy Borough Council meeting Monday night. more »»

Casey: Bill to help teenage opioid abuse needs funding

July 21, 2016 A federal bill claims to have the resources to address opioid abuse, but without funding it will have little effect, according to U.S. Sen. Bob Casey. more »»

Hope Enterprises’ chief to retire in the spring

July 21, 2016 After 17 years of service at Hope Enterprises Inc., its president, Jim Campbell, will retire next spring. more »»

Demolition derby just for children

July 21, 2016 HUGHESVILLE — While adults stood by their cars, raring to tear up the mud and metal at the Lycoming County Fair’s demolition derby on Saturday, a different derby was ready to take place. more »»

City Council’s agenda tonight includes hire of 1 police officer

July 21, 2016 City Council is expected to review and possibly hire a city police officer tonight. If hired, Nikita Bonnell, of Trout Run, would start Aug. more »»

Route 220 doughnut shop expected to be reality by November

July 21, 2016 LINDEN — The proposed Dunkin’ Donuts that will be located at the southwest corner of South Pine Run Road and Route 220 is expected to be completed by November, according to township zoning officer... more »»

Hughesville board OKs several hires

July 21, 2016 HUGHESVILLE — In routine business conducted Tuesday evening by the East Lycoming School Board, the board: • Approved the hiring of Kathryn Rodgers as a kindergarten teacher for the 2016-17 school... more »»

New superintendent sworn in at WASD

July 20, 2016 Dr. Timothy S. Bowers formally was sworn in as superintendent by county Judge Joy Reynolds McCoy on Tuesday night at the Williamsport Area School Board meeting. more »»

Committee recommends hiring new officer

July 20, 2016 The city soon may be hiring another police officer to patrol streets and prevent crime. more »»

It’s official: Trump is the GOP nominee

July 20, 2016 CLEVELAND — United for a night, Republicans nominated Donald Trump Tuesday as their presidential standard-bearer, capping the billionaire businessman’s stunning takeover of the GOP and propelling hi... more »»



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