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Council approves initial step on $2.5 million bank financing

May 27, 2016 City Council voted Thursday to allow the administration to take the initial step of pursuing $2.5 million in bank financing to pay for capital improvement projects. more »»

PSU professor explains which earthquakes tied to drilling

May 27, 2016 Noticeable earthquakes in Pennsylvania are rare, but seismic activity occurs with some normalc. more »»

College president demoted, coach fired over cover-up of alleged assaults

May 27, 2016 AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Baylor University demoted school President Ken Starr and fired football coach Art Briles on Thursday, issuing a scathing report over the university’s handling of sexual assault... more »»

Forum solicits thoughts on what makes Billtown great

May 27, 2016 In an attempt to find out more about what the community members of Williamsport care about, the Beloved Community Council and the Heart of Williamsport teamed up to host a roundtable discussion... more »»

Work for P.D. Mitchell housing project approved

May 27, 2016 The Lycoming County Housing Authority Board hired J&M Construction as the general contractor for the P.D. Mitchell/Round House Homes construction project at a cost of $1.129 million. more »»

Evening fire leaves 5 homeless

May 26, 2016 Old Lycoming Township police are crediting a neighbor with rescuing a special-needs woman from her father’s burning second-floor apartment on Lycoming Creek Road within minutes after flames erupted... more »»

Opioid addiction statistics educate

May 26, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — Four out of five opioid users began their addictions in a doctor’s waiting roo. more »»

Agencies informed of housing initiative

May 26, 2016 Officials from local community agencies learned a bit more Wednesday about a program targeted to help up to 50 families and individuals secure housin. more »»

Lycoming Career and Technology Center honors seniors

May 26, 2016 Lycoming Career and Technology Center celebrated their seniors graduating this year at a seperate ceremony in the Hughesville High School auditorium Wednesday evenin. more »»

Inspector: Clinton’s emails broke rules, upped hacking risks

May 26, 2016 WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton and her team ignored clear guidance from the State Department that her email setup broke federal standards and could leave sensitive material vulnerable to hackers, a... more »»

Reentry center grads stand proud

May 25, 2016 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Graduates from the Lycoming County Reentry Service Center program have asked to remain anonymous. Those who are quoted have shared only their first names. more »»

State official takes pro-business stance

May 25, 2016 Attracting and retaining companies and establishing a pro-business climate is the strategy behind making the state an economically viable location, state Department of Community and Economic... more »»

Change orders raise concerns in Montoursville

May 25, 2016 Montoursville Area School Board on Tuesday night approved a pair of work change orders for the high school building project that will save the district nearly $300,000. more »»

East Lycoming OKs proposed budget with hike

May 25, 2016 HUGHESVILLE — The East Lycoming School Board voted unanimously for a proposed general fund budget in the amount of $24,747,192 during its meeting Tuesday. more »»

Jersey Shore Area proposed budget calls for tax increase

May 25, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — The Jersey Shore Area School Board voted 7-1 Tuesday night to approve its 2016-17 proposed budget. The board voted for a 0.45 mill tax increase on real estate in Lycoming County. more »»

Commissioner questions law firm’s ‘agendas’

May 25, 2016 One county commissioner fears “political entanglements” with the county law firm. more »»

Committee recommends plan for $2.5 million line of credit

May 25, 2016 The city finance committee Tuesday gave a positive recommendation of an administration’s bank financing proposal for the city to take a $2.5 million line of credit to pay for capital projects. more »»

Commissioners hear about effort to update playground equipment

May 25, 2016 ROSEVILLE — The Tioga County commissioners heard about a project Roseville Borough is undertaking to replace the over-25-year-old playground equipment in the community’s park during their first “on... more »»



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