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New report will fuel debate over closing prison at Guantanamo

August 11, 2016 WASHINGTON — A new report on Guantanamo detainees tells the stories of former al-Qaida bomb makers and bodyguards as well as low-level militant cooks and medics who have been transferred or cleared... more »»

Retired chief sees all sides

August 10, 2016 “Our officers need help. This community needs help,” said Curley Jett, retired police chief. “Cooperation and working together – that’s the solution to the problem. more »»

Commissioners take new look at $2M for terminal

August 10, 2016 As plans for a new Williamsport Regional Airport terminal move forward, the Lycoming County commissioners are questioning the feasibility of contributing an additional $2 million to the project, wit... more »»

State official puts spotlight on area firm

August 10, 2016 State Department of Labor and Industry Secretary Kathy Manderino visited PMF Industries on Reach Road on Tuesday afternoon, continuing the “Jobs that Pay” tour started by Gov. Tom Wolf. more »»

Rick Springfield revs up the CAC

August 10, 2016 MARK?NANCE/Sun-Gazette Musician, singer, songwriter and actor Rick Springfield performs Tuesday night at a fan-packed Community Arts Center in Williamsport. more »»

Montoursville Area board hires Berwick Area official as new super

August 10, 2016 Montoursville Area School Board voted 7-2 to hire a new superintendent during its Tuesday night meeting. more »»

Montgomery agrees to police officer to school district

August 10, 2016 MONTGOMERY — An intergovernmental agreement between Montgomery and Muncy boroughs was approved at Montgomery Borough Council’s meeting Tuesday night, paving the way for a school resource officer... more »»

Suit over Ten Commandments monument at school reinstated

August 10, 2016 NEW KENSINGTON (AP) — A dispute over a Ten Commandments monument outside a Pennsylvania public school is heading back to federal court and may end up the topic of a trial. more »»

1 death confirmed in 5-vehicle crash on Route 15 1 week ago

August 10, 2016 BLOSSBURG — One person has died and two others remain hospitalized following last week’s five-vehicle pile-up on Route 15 that shut down the highway for several hours. Micheal S. more »»

Friend recalls torment wife’s injury from rock caused man

August 10, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — The husband of a woman who suffered brain damage when teenagers dropped a rock from an interstate overpass onto their car often cried at night, asking why he was spared from harm... more »»

East Lycoming School Board plans tribute to veterans at game

August 10, 2016 HUGHESVILLE — East Lycoming Area superintendent Michael Pawlik painted a picture to the school board during its Tuesday night meeting of an active duty military member singing the National Anthem... more »»

Supervisors OK school bus garage addition

August 10, 2016 The Loyalsock Township Supervisors approved the construction of an addition to a bus garage on the campus of the Loyalsock Township School District at Tuesday’s meeting. Voting yes were Marc C. more »»

Resident accuses school board of editing recording of meeting

August 10, 2016 JERSEY SHORE — During public comment at the Jersey Shore Area School Board Monday night meeting John Shireman, of Jersey Shore, said someone edited the video content of the July 25 meeting. more »»

Lane closures on Interstate 180 planned

August 10, 2016 Work on a multi-year, multi-bridge project on the portion of Interstate 180 in the city continues with lane closures at the bridge spanning Maynard Street on Thursday. more »»

Prosecutor: Attorney general sought revenge with leaks

August 10, 2016 NORRISTOWN (AP) — A desire for revenge drove Pennsylvania’s attorney general to leak secret criminal files to the press to embarrass a rival and then lie about it to a grand jury, prosecutors said a... more »»

Governor visits Billtown to award Third Street center with state funds

August 9, 2016 As opioid-related deaths continue to rise and local organizations seek to devote as many resources as possible to help those in distress, state funds are being devoted to further local efforts. more »»

Refinancing to help school district save money

August 9, 2016 BLOSSBURG — Following a presentation by Melissa Hughes with Public Financial Management, Southern Tioga School Board unanimously approved the refunding of its 2010a bonds, taken out six years ago to... more »»

Trump vows tax cuts will ‘jumpstart’ US economy

August 9, 2016 DETROIT (AP) — Trying to turn the page after a tumultuous campaign stretch, Donald Trump unleashed a blistering attack Monday on Hillary Clinton’s approach to the economy while promising he would... more »»

State attorney general’s trial follows leaks

August 9, 2016 NORRISTOWN (AP) — The perjury trial of the state’s attorney general is set to be a gossip-filled political affair with a list of potential witnesses and topics including judges, journalists and... more »»

Airline recovering after global power outage delays, cancels flights

August 9, 2016 DALLAS (AP) — At least half of all Delta Air Lines flights Monday were delayed or canceled after a power outage knocked out the airline’s computer systems worldwide. more »»



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