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Muncy OKs proposed budget

May 12, 2015 MUNCY — Muncy School Board adopted its preliminary budget for 2015-16, which features a 0.32-mill increase from 13.63 mills to 13.95 mills in real estate taxes during Monday’s meeting. more »»

South Side buys sewer cameras

May 12, 2015 South Williamsport Borough Council approved the purchase Monday night not to exceed $101,000 on equipment, including a camera system, that will view problems in sanitary sewers, storm-water drainage... more »»

Costlier clearances required soon to work with youth

May 12, 2015 It’s going to cost more for individuals to obtain clearances to work or volunteer around children in the city starting July 1. more »»

School board hires superintendent, raises taxes

May 12, 2015 MANSFIELD — The Southern Tioga School Board hired interim district superintendent Sam Rotella through 2020 with a unanimous vote Monday. Board member John Martin was absent. more »»

Council to consider how to make borough’s crosswalks more accomodating for the blind

May 12, 2015 HUGHESVILLE — Visually impaired residents Kelly and Betty Sprout were on hand at Monday night’s borough council meeting to ask council members if there was anything that could be done to aid them in... more »»

Rain, cooler temps in the forecast

May 11, 2015 Turn off the air conditioners and break out the blankets once again. Following some warmer than normal spring temperatures over the past few days, cooler weather is expected to return by mid-week. more »»

Man, 19, dies in motorcycle crash

May 11, 2015 A Lycoming County man was killed when he crashing his motorcycle into a vehicle along Route 42 in Jordan Township Saturday night. more »»

Responsibility of being a landlord on city woman’s mind

May 11, 2015 Being a landlord in the city is no picnic, just ask Julie Keller. more »»

Rental rehab grant gets OK

May 11, 2015 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Each Monday, the Sun-Gazette summarizes major votes of the past week and, more specifically, how our locally elected and appointed officials voted on each matter. more »»

Awards honor drama students

May 10, 2015 Putting on a theatre production is never easy, nor is it something that can be accomplished alone. more »»

Class of 2015 celebrates commencement Saturday

May 10, 2015 The sun shone brightly over the quad at Lycoming College as the class of 2015 prepared to embark on their luminous future. more »»

Mayoral candidates talk of city image

May 10, 2015 Two Republicans are in competition for their party’s nomination in the May 19 primary election for mayor. Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Candidates for City Council reflect on recreation offerings, programs, facilities

May 10, 2015 Four seats on City Council are up for grabs this election year. Seeking their political parties’ four nominations in the May 19 primary are six Republicans and three Democrats. more »»

Prison population increased in April

May 9, 2015 Overcrowding at the Lycoming County Prison hit a record high for 2015 last month. more »»

Heroin Task Force transitions into Project Bald Eagle

May 9, 2015 As the community continues to deal with narcotic abuse, the Heroin Task Force is transforming into a new nonprofit dubbed Project Bald Eagle, with the goal of soaring to new heights in drug... more »»

More public sessions to explain county bridge projects coming

May 9, 2015 An open house held Monday by Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners and the state Department of Transportation was just the beginning of efforts to inform the public on the Rapid Bridge Rehabilitation... more »»

Mother’s Day likely to be humid

May 9, 2015 Mom has a chance to get plenty of sunshine this weekend as people find ways to celebrate the women in their lives on Sunday for Mother’s Day. more »»

DuBoistown police chief concerned about mowing debris in streets, drains

May 9, 2015 It’s grass mowing season again and in his report to borough council Thursday night DuBoistown Police Chief Norm Hager said that the amount of stuff being blown into the street is getting out of han. more »»

Board meets in Elkland Business Center for ‘on-the-road’ meeting

May 9, 2015 ELKLAND — The Tioga County Development Corporation board of directors traveled to its new business center here for its May meeting Friday. more »»

Grampian Boulevard detour coming

May 9, 2015 Grampian Boulevard on Route 2018 will be closed between Baldwin and Market streets so water main and storm sewer work can be performed, beginning Monday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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