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Penn College’s new Nursing Education Center dedicated

May 11, 2016 The new Nursing Education Center at the Pennsylvania College of Technology was dedicated Tuesday afternoon with group tours for the public to get a look at its 10 classrooms, seven labs and five... more »»

Montoursville Area votes to save historic stone structure

May 11, 2016 The Montoursville Area School Board, in another close vote, decided to retain the historic stone structure entrance area of the high school. more »»

Commissioners eye acting as the Board of Appeals

May 11, 2016 The Lycoming County commissioners are considering taking back the duties of the county Board of Appeals for property assessments. more »»

Gas company balks at ‘excessive’ fees by city

May 11, 2016 For years, utilities have been getting hit with fees assessed by the city codes department whenever they have to close down a street or excavate. But now, UGI In. more »»

DUI council honors state and Old Lycoming Township police

May 11, 2016 For the third year in a row, the Pennsylvania State Police Montoursville barracks and Old Lycoming Township Police Department have received the DUI Enforcement and Training Award from the Lycoming... more »»

Authority opens bids for new airport terminal

May 11, 2016 The Lycoming County Airport Authority opened bids for the first phase of construction of a new terminal at the Williamsport Regional Airport during a special meeting Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Skateboard park condition issue in Montgomery

May 11, 2016 MONTGOMERY — In his report to council at Tuesday’s meeting, Mayor Andrew Onufrak II alerted council members to the poor conditions at the borough’s skateboard park at Montgomery Park and the safety... more »»

Cause of fire remains unknown

May 11, 2016 The cause of the fire that destroyed the top floor of a four-unit apartment building at Memorial Avenue and Stevens Street on April 18 remain undetermined, according to Assistant Fire Chief Mark... more »»

OL residents get storm drain reminder

May 11, 2016 A discussion about how to handle educating residents about only allowing rain down storm drains was a focus during the Old Lycoming Township supervisors meeting on Tuesday. more »»

Road alerts

May 11, 2016 Lane restrictions on Route 220 at Jersey Shore scheduled today Lane restrictions will be in effect today on Route 220 between exits for Main and Thomas streets to Jersey Shore. more »»

No more parties at Brandon Park pool

May 10, 2016 Splash Cove, in the city’s West End, is it for public outdoor swimming in Williamsport from now on. more »»

Fire company wants back in

May 10, 2016 Independent Fire Co. has asked the South Williamsport Borough Council to be reinstated and dispatched on emergency call. more »»

Muncy OKs proposed final budget with tax hike

May 10, 2016 MUNCY — Muncy School Board unanimously voted to adopt its proposed final budget for 2016-17, which includes a 0.85 tax increase, during its meeting on Monday. The proposed 2016-17 budget has 14. more »»

Anne Street house fire ruled accidental

May 10, 2016 A fire that heavily damaged a house in the 1200 block of Anne Street at 1 a.m. Sunday was ruled accidental and determined to be caused by cooking on a stove, according to city Fire Chief Todd Heckman. more »»

Rain showers in forecast

May 10, 2016 Raindrops will be falling throughout the week with a possible day or two of sunshine at mid-week. more »»

Funding for pump station gets OK

May 10, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — Borough council Monday night approved $25,000 in Community Development Block Grant funding for upgrades of a Tiadaghton Valley Municipal Authority pump station projec. more »»

Hughesville residents put on notice

May 10, 2016 HUGHESVILLE — Borough residents who have failed to deal with unkempt trees on their properties were put on notice by borough council at its meeting Monday night that in about 30 days from the meetin... more »»

Jersey Shore still mulls possible tax increase

May 10, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — Adrienne Craig, district business manager, facilitated discussion on the Jersey Shore Area School Board’s 2016-17 budget and why a possible tax hike is necessary for the district to... more »»

Project Bald Eagle kicks off educational outreach for drugs

May 9, 2016 Project Bald Eagle has stepped up its drug treatment and awareness efforts with educational outreach toward helping drug addicts. more »»

 
 
 

 

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