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May 12, 2015 Jersey Shore Historical Society to hold monthly meeting JERSEY?SHORE — Jersey Shore Historial Society will hold their monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, at the Samuel Moss House, 200 S. Main St. more »»

Annie's Mailbox

May 12, 2015 Dear Annie: I’m a little confused about a recent development in my life. I’m a 69-year-old male. My wife died last summer after being in a nursing facility for nearly two years. more »»

Middle school students find inspiration at school forest

May 11, 2015 TWO RIVERS, Wis. (AP) — Groups of young writers from area schools returned to the forest last month to find their inspiration. more »»

Herb festival soothes the tensions of modern life

May 11, 2015 SUNSET, La. (AP) — Parking in Sunset isn’t usually a problem. Saturday, May 2 was the exception. Along the main drag, Napoleon Avenue, every available spot was take. more »»

Williamsport Women: The merry month of May

May 10, 2015 Many customs associated with the month of May have passed into nostalgic memory. more »»

Lycoming County SPCA expands Paws for a Cause event

May 10, 2015 The Lycoming County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will host its 13th annual Paws for a Cause June 7 at Indian Park. more »»

Martha Barrick named 2015 Distinguished Citizen of the Year

May 10, 2015 LEWISBURG — The Susquehanna Council, Boy Scouts of America, will honor Martha Barrick, president and founding owner of Coldwell Banker-Penn One Real Estate, Lewisburg, as the 2015 Distinguished... more »»

Chinese auction raises more than $5,000 for PACFI

May 10, 2015 “We ran out of tickets or it would have been more,” said Lisa Gordon after the official count showed that the Pennsylvania Cystic Fibrosis Inc. more »»

YWCA Race Against Racism a success

May 10, 2015 Late last month, the YWCA held its first 5K Race Against Racism. While the morning was cold, the sun was optimistically bright. more »»

Living alone risky after stroke, study reveals

May 10, 2015 Q: My 69-year-old dad suffered a serious stroke two months ago and has done very well in rehab. He is scheduled to go home this weekend and he can’t wait. more »»

Popular historian returns for ‘Monuments Men’ program

May 10, 2015 Seventy years ago this spring, a dedicated group of 350 soldiers and civilians were scouring the World War II battlefields of Europe, often ahead of advancing Allied forces. more »»

A Word, Please: Sales and advertising copy errors

May 10, 2015 Once upon a time, in another life now recalled only in nightmares, I was a salesperson. more »»

Friends of the James V. Brown Library recognize volunteers

May 10, 2015 On April 23, the Board of Directors of the Friends of the James V. more »»

Mansfield Girl Scouts earn badge

May 10, 2015 MANSFIELD — Mansfield University students, faculty and retired FBI Special Agent Mark Thompson hosted Girl Scouts from Mansfield, on April 16 to participate in a mock crime scene investigation and... more »»

DuBoistown Garden Club announces spring luncheon

May 10, 2015 The DuBoistown Garden Club will hold its annual spring luncheon on Wednesday at the Genetti Hotel in the Grand Ballroom. Punch will be served at 11 a.. more »»

A listing of daily and weekly support groups

May 10, 2015 Various times North Central Sight Services offers a variety of support groups throughout the month for visually impaired residents of Lycoming and Clinton counties. more »»

Fort Antes Chapter DAR Good Citizen places third in state competition

May 10, 2015 Fort Antes Chapter, Jersey Shore, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution honored their 2014 Good Citizen and third place state winner, Rebecca Carol Barrows, daughter of Carol and... more »»

Civilian Conservation Corps to be the topic of evening program at the Taber

May 10, 2015 The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society, 858 W. Fourth St., will hold an evening of music and storytelling by Bill Jamerson, at 7 p.m. Thursday. more »»

Publishers Weekly best-selling books

May 9, 2015 HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Gathering Prey” by John Sandford (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) 2. “Memory Man” by David Balducci (Grand Central Publishing) 3. “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead) 4. more »»

Novel explores social change after MLK assassination

May 9, 2015 The youngest of five children, Tracy K. Smith was raised with limitless affection and a firm belief in God by a stay-at-home mother and an engineer father. more »»



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