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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 »»

Grandmother: I found drug paraphernalia in Youngs Woods sandbox

May 8, 2015 Many people routinely see hypodermic needles on their walks around the cit. more »»

Mayor, council president argue about City Hall roof renovation

May 8, 2015 City Councilman Bill Hall and Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Highway to be dedicated in name of victim of fatal DUI

May 8, 2015 A stretch of Route 15 in Lycoming County likely will be named after a local woman who was killed 10 years ago when a drunken driver crashed into her vehicle while she was traveling on the highway. more »»

Jefferson County judge running to give rural voters presence on court

May 8, 2015 The President Judge of Jefferson County wants to be the voice of rural Pennsylvania on the state Supreme Court. Judge John H. more »»

Commissioners OK rental assistance funds

May 8, 2015 By NICO SALVATORI nsalvatori@sungazette.com Lycoming County commissioners Thursday approved $200,000 in state funds to go toward rehabilitating some rental properties in the city. more »»

PEDAL & LEARN

May 7, 2015 Students in Marcy Garrison’s first-grade class at Stevens Primary School are pedaling away their excess energy and turning it into focus, thanks to new kinesthetic desks in the classroo. more »»

Toddler dies; man charged with involuntary manslaughter

May 7, 2015 JERSEY SHORE — Brandon Hoffman, 20, of 409 S. Main St., Apt. 3, has been arrested after playing with his girlfriend’s son allegedly led to the toddler’s death, according to court documents. more »»

Study: Williamsport ranks high in rise of middle class

May 7, 2015 The shrinking middle class due, in large part, to stagnant income earnings has been felt in many parts of the nation in recent years. more »»

2 political forums set for next week

May 7, 2015 The Sun-Gazette and Backyard Broadcasting will be sponsoring two political forums next Monday and Tuesday involving the two contested Republican nomination races for Lycoming County Commissioner and... more »»

GOP seeks end to traditional pensions, employee concessions

May 7, 2015 HARRISBURG — Republican senators want to end Pennsylvania’s debt-ridden pension plans for state and public school employees and require concessions from many current workers to provide immediate... more »»

Salvation Army building getting a much-needed uplift

May 6, 2015 After saving up for more than 40 years, the Williamsport Salvation Army is investing in improving its building so the organization can expand its programs and better serve the community. more »»

Proposed WASD budget gets approval

May 6, 2015 Williamsport Area School Board approved the proposed budget with a 0.21-mill tax increase at Tuesday night’s meeting. The average assessed value of approved homesteads in Williamsport is $99,23. more »»

 
 
 

 

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