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Homicide trial begins on Monday

April 19, 2014 The homicide trial of a man accused in connection with the fatal shooting of another man in Williamsport’s Flanigan Park nearly two years ago is set for Monday in Lycoming County Court. more »»

Report: Drilling ‘neither benign nor catastrophic’ for woodlands

April 19, 2014 PITTSBURGH (AP) — A small portion of Pennsylvania state forest land has been impacted by shale gas drilling, but many questions remain about how to manage the politically sensitive issue that is... more »»

Campaign encourages passionate reading, use of area’s public libraries

April 19, 2014 Geek (verb): to love, to enjoy, to celebrate. It was the theme of Friday’s “Geek the Library” event at the James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth S. more »»

Monroeton man charged in death of woman in car crash

April 19, 2014 TOWANDA — Richard Leighton, 69, of Monroeton, was charged in district court Thursday with homicide by motor vehicle while driving under the influence of intoxicants in connection with the death of a... more »»

Sunny skies for holiday weekend

April 19, 2014 By TORY IRWIN tirwin@sungazette.com Weather this weekend will be just right for your holiday plan. more »»

Date set for jury selection for woman’s kidnapping charge

April 19, 2014 A woman charged as an alleged accomplice in a kidnapping of three children to Saudi Arabia will have a jury selection and possible trial scheduled June 2 in U.S. Middle District Court. more »»

Student leans the value of giving back

April 19, 2014 It’s important to remember to give back. Olivia Mendler knows that wel. more »»

Apartment complex land plans approved

April 19, 2014 A former convent on Chestnut Street, near Divine Providence Hospital, is expected to become an apartment complex called Providence Place. more »»

Trees planted include yellow poplar, maple

April 18, 2014 In short order, those heading to Newberry Park in the city’s West End will find respite from the glaring sun beneath a canopy of shade trees, among them flowering tulip, also known as yellow poplar. more »»

Protocol for blood cleanup determined

April 18, 2014 The city Bureau of Fire has in place a procedure to respond and deal with any blood-borne pathogen spilled outside on pavement or outside any building, city Fire Chief C. Dean Heinbach said. more »»

State Secretary of Revenue talks up governor’s accomplishments

April 18, 2014 WELLSBORO — Pennsylvania Secretary of Revenue Dan Meuser, of Shavertown, made an appearance for Gov. Tom Corbett during the 18th annual Tioga County Development Corp. Legislative Breakfast Thursday. more »»

Funds being raised for transition center for military veterans

April 18, 2014 A housing and educational center to help military veterans transition back into civilian life may be coming to Lycoming County, according to Robert Dunkleberger, president of the American Legion... more »»

County Planning Commission OK’s 2 land developments

April 18, 2014 The Lycoming County Planning Commission approved two new land developments Thursday. Ashler In. more »»

Commissioners realign funds, approve inmate housing agreement

April 18, 2014 A realignment of funds for the Beaver Lake Sewage Treatment Plant project was made official Thursday. more »»

$4,000 in damage to stain-glass window at library

April 18, 2014 The James V. Brown Library Board of Trustees was informed Thursday about an incident that caused $4,000 in damage to a stain-glass window in the library’s children’s wing. more »»

NEW RIVER WALK ACCESS

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Honorable service

April 17, 2014 Arthur Thompson stood, quietly reflecting on his high school graduation. It probably wasn’t the way he pictured it as a young child. more »»

Opinion differs on handling of Route 220

April 17, 2014 LINDEN — The Woodward Township Volunteer Fire Co. more »»

City sued for not paying cleaning bill

April 17, 2014 A local company that cleaned up human blood on streets and sidewalks for city police last summer in two incidents has sued the city in order to collect nearly $15,000, saying it has yet to be paid. more »»

 
 

 

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