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Acrobats perform at Lycoming County Fair

July 12, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — As the sun was sinking Friday evening, Alecia Michelle Hansen was rising — more than 30 feet into the air, suspended by nothing but two thick white ropes. more »»

Is Billtown 6th best? — new statewide study says so

July 12, 2014 As it struggles with its image in the midst of a heroin epidemic, Williamsport might welcome the findings of a recent report that called the city the sixth best to live in Pennsylvania. more »»

Basketball back at park, Center to reopen

July 12, 2014 The basketball hoops and backboards have gone back up at Flanigan Park and The Campbell Street Community Center is reopening. The purchase by Firetree Lt. more »»

Food, rides, entertainment makes annual appearance

July 11, 2014 HUGHESVILLE?— It is that time of year again for the annual Lycoming County Fair. The fair is scheduled to run until July 19, and offers activities for the whole family to enjoy. more »»

Governor blasts lack of action on pension reforms

July 11, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — Gov. more »»

Federal mandates irritate council

July 11, 2014 City Council agreed Thursday to release up to $25,000 of natural gas impact fees to pay for completion of a stormwater management permit next year. more »»

Joy of giving

July 11, 2014 With officials represented by various nonprofit groups on hand to accept the gifts, the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania awarded nearly $400,000 in grant money to 40 regional... more »»

New Salvation Army program looks to fill a community need

July 11, 2014 The Salvation Army doesn’t just exist at Christmas time. more »»

Cadet continues a family tradition

July 11, 2014 You could say Salvation Army Cadet Lorissa Vaughan was destined to be a part of the Salvation Army. more »»

Action plan in works for flood-prone creek

July 11, 2014 An “action plan” is being drafted to deal with repeated flooding issues of Grafius Run, according to Mayor Gabriel J. Campana. more »»

Old Lycoming OKs rental inspection ordinance

July 11, 2014 Central PA Council of Governments met with local township landlords and residents Tuesday to present information about the new rental inspection ordinance passed by Old Lycoming Township supervisors... more »»

Wave of addiction

July 10, 2014 The first of four statewide hearings on heroin and prescription drug abuse was held Wednesday at the Williamsport Regional Medical Center, a five-hour-plus session packed with testimony from state... more »»

Neighborhoods feel negative impact of heroin

July 10, 2014 The heroin and prescription drug abuse problem affecting Williamsport doesn’t just cause an increase in crime or prison overcrowding — it has a negative effect on neighborhoods, as well. more »»

‘Do something’

July 10, 2014 A Montoursville Area School Board member was apprehensive after a presentation Tuesday by Paul Taylor, of Crabtree, Rohrbaugh and Associates Architects, the firm hired by the district to conduct a... more »»

Forecast calls for fair weather into weekend

July 10, 2014 PPL crews were expected to be working into today to restore power to customers who remained without electricity in the aftermath of Tuesday’s damaging thunderstorms that resulted in downed lines and... more »»

Stormwater runoff issues on council’s agenda

July 10, 2014 City Council decides tonight whether to release up to $25,000 of natural gas impact fees related to stormwater management. more »»

City extends brush collection due to severity of damage

July 10, 2014 The city will continue to collect storm-felled debris until Monday night, officials announced. Originally, the cleanup was scheduled to be a one-day sweep across the cit. more »»

Montoursville novelist aims for publishing prize

July 10, 2014 It’s every writer’s dream to have a book published, but in the era of e-books, it’s become harder than ever to get noticed by the big publishing houses. more »»

Improper payments by federal government top $100B

July 10, 2014 WASHINGTON — Tax credits for families that don’t qualify. Medicare payments for treatments that might not be necessary. Unemployment benefits for people who are secretly working. more »»

 
 

 

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