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Elementary students unveil mural at swim party at Jersey Shore pool

August 20, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — A mural painted by fourth-graders from Jersey Shore Area School District was unveiled this week at the Jersey Shore Community Pool during the district’s annual back to school pool... more »»

Schools to resume next week

August 20, 2016 School bells are set to ring at public schools here next week. Muncy School District begins its school year on Wednesday. more »»

From mansion to magnificent garden

August 20, 2016 Before the beauty of the roses, flowering bushes and pathways of Way’s Garden, the castle stood. more »»

FBI questions staffers as Philly DA reports gifts worth $160,000

August 20, 2016 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The FBI has questioned the Philadelphia district attorney’s staffers after their boss belatedly filed government reports showing he has received $160,000 in gifts, including a ne... more »»

Street work ahead

August 20, 2016 Due to the Little League World Series, the number of street closures, especially by the gas company, will be largely reduced next week, according to the city community development department. more »»

Bench recalls playing days

August 19, 2016 Johnny Bench rose from humble, small-town roots to become one of the biggest names in Major League Baseball in the 1970s. more »»

Series brings young athletes from around the globe

August 19, 2016 The Little League World Series is hosting 16 different teams from nine different countries and with players from around the world; many of the kids participating are in a part of the world they have... more »»

Manslaughter charges for woman who left child, 4, in car on hot day

August 19, 2016 The woman responsible for leaving 4-year-old Samaria Motyka alone in her car for hours during one of the hottest days of the summer, resulting in the child’s death, told police she had “forgotten th... more »»

Muncy residents ask for help in blocking waste-to-energy plant

August 19, 2016 The possibility of a thermal waste-to-energy plant moving into Muncy Borough has some borough residents asking for intervention from the Lycoming County commissioners. more »»

Airport concerns continue to loom for commissioners

August 19, 2016 A $2 million agreement was unanimously approved by the Lycoming County commissioners to install water and sewer to a portion of Clinton Township to include the White Deer Golf Course comple. more »»

Brazilian police: American swimmers were not robbery victims but vandals

August 19, 2016 RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian police said Thursday that swimmer Ryan Lochte and U.S. more »»

Unity felt at Grand Slam parade

August 18, 2016 Downtown Williamsport swelled with a diverse collection of people from the area and almost every corner of the world for the 12th annual Little League Grand Slam Parade Wednesday evening, but all... more »»

Legislator wants to change state’s union contracts

August 18, 2016 The General Assembly has no power over union contracts for state employees, that are negotiated solely by the governor and union lobbyists, according to a local representativ. more »»

World Drum Corps competition coming to Billtown in 2018, 2019

August 18, 2016 Allen Buell, president of the Drum Corps Associates, based in Rochester, New York, said the DCA Drum and Bugle Corps World competition is coming to Williamsport in 2018 and 2019 The three-day event... more »»

Trophies awarded

August 18, 2016 Following a 40-minute delay due to lightning at the at the Williamsport Area High School Stadium Saturday, current state drum and bugle corps champions the Reading Buccaneers were crowned the winner... more »»

New attorney general was prosecutor who didn’t charge Cosby

August 18, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — The former county prosecutor taking over for Pennsylvania’s convicted attorney general is a central figure in the Bill Cosby case, having chosen a decade ago not to charge the... more »»

Player feels father’s guiding presence on, off the field

August 17, 2016 Once the baseball game began, Mike Coolbaugh started working. Before and after those games, Coolbaugh played. As much as he loved the game, Coolbaugh loved his sons, Joey and Jacob, even more. more »»

Rain shouldn’t fall for parade, start of games

August 17, 2016 Late-summer rains should hold off for the 12th annual Little League Grand Slam Parade and the first games of the Little League World Series, but storms could last over the weekend, according to... more »»

Police logs selectively released

August 17, 2016 Emergency police dispatch logs from the Williamsport Bureau of Police are sent to public rental properties and at least one night club, but the Williamsport Sun-Gazette stopped receiving dispatch... more »»

Council committee questions deputy chief position, learns that Foresman out 3 weeks for health reasons

August 17, 2016 “It’s hard to say, ‘We raised your taxes last year and say we paid for two city police chiefs. more »»

 
 
 

 

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