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‘Government by gunpoint’

July 25, 2014 A 2-1 vote approving a new staff position at the county level came reluctantly from Lycoming County commissioners Thursday. more »»

 
 
 
Dip in temperatures a relief for people, pets

July 25, 2014 It’s supposed to be sizzling outside, but nature’s brand of air conditioning is headed Lycoming County and the region’s wa. more »»

Council shifts parking enforcement

July 25, 2014 The city administration ran into a buzzsaw regarding parking enforcement Thursday night. more »»

Hope Enterprises’ FOCES program celebrates its new facility

July 25, 2014 When walking into the newly renovated center for Hope Enterprises’ Focus on Community Employment Success (FOCES) program, it is easy to see that the staff believes a good environment is important t... more »»

Police: Record-keeping shows uptick in thefts

July 25, 2014 Drug use and thefts go hand-in-hand, a trend reflected in the city police department’s new records management system. Thefts and burglaries have been up this spring and summer. more »»

Doctor fired back at gunman in hospital attack

July 25, 2014 DARBY (AP) — A doctor who was grazed by gunfire from a patient in his office at a suburban hospital on Thursday helped stop him by apparently returning fire with his own weapon and severely injuring... more »»

Residents of area weigh in on speed-limit increase

July 24, 2014 With the news that some speed limits in the state will be raised to 70 mph comes a divided response. more »»

Faster driving for 100+ miles of road

July 24, 2014 HIGHSPIRE (AP) — Speed limits on more than 100 miles of two interstates in Pennsylvania will rise to 70 mph for the first time this summer, with similar increases possible next year on other... more »»

New name, ideas for The Center

July 24, 2014 Bringing back the liveliness of boys dribbling basketballs and quiet rooms where a grandmother teaches her grandchild how to quilt. more »»

Hearing about drilling on state lands coming to city

July 24, 2014 A potential law that would require the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to provide notice and seek public input before authorizing unconventional gas development projects in... more »»

Loyalsock Township School Board mulls finances

July 24, 2014 Budget season for school districts already is passed with districts approving budgets in June. more »»

Parking enforcement tops agenda of city council

July 24, 2014 City Council tonight takes on the issue of whether to change a city law that would free up city police so Williamsport Parking Authority staff can issue tickets on many more city streets. more »»

Loyalsock supervisors OK bed and breakfast

July 24, 2014 Loyalsock Township Supervisors voted 3-1 to allow Alechia Hause permission to convert her home at 1905 Konkle Road into a bed and breakfast, provided that she host no more than four overnight guests... more »»

Decision pending

July 23, 2014 The hearing for Inflection Energy LLC’s use of land at 1359 Palmer Road for a potential natural gas well site has come to an end, though it closed without a verdict. more »»

Videos lead to rape charges

July 23, 2014 A Loyalsock Township man faces sexual assault charges after investigators forensically recovered from his cellphone videos he made while allegedly raping a woman while she was asleep, state police... more »»

Employment in region nears 2007 levels

July 23, 2014 Employment in the nine-county region is bouncing back to pre-recession levels with job increases in areas such as health care, oil and gas extraction, with management of companies leading the way,... more »»

Commissioners may hire stormwater coordinator

July 23, 2014 A new staff position at the county level could lessen the burden of stormwater management on several municipalities if the Lycoming County commissioners approve an agreement with the participating... more »»

Water authority getting $9M construction loan

July 23, 2014 The Williamsport Municipal Water Authority was notified Tuesday it is the recipient of a $9 million loan from the state Infrastructure Investment Authority. more »»

Artist’s gilded message in response to mayor’s hoops decision on display

July 23, 2014 By MARK MARONEY mmaroney@sungazette.com It’s impossible to walk by the window of the Converge Gallery at 140 W. Fourth St. and not wonder what an artist meant by painting golden basketballs. more »»

Ohio woman has long road ahead after rock attack

July 23, 2014 DANVILLE (AP) — Doctors had a simple goal when they first saw how a football-size rock thrown from an interstate overpass in Pennsylvania had shattered Sharon Budd’s skull — to keep her alive. more »»

Parking zoning change would help city police

July 23, 2014 City police say they need to be freed up to concentrate more on crime rather than issuing parking tickets in select areas of the city. more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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