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President: Budget has more water systems cash

January 22, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government is investing more money this year to help local governments improve their water systems, and about $80 million will go to Michigan next week, President Barac... more »»


January 21, 2016 While African-Americans were fighting for their rights in the United States, the black community in South Africa was doing just the same, Nontomi Naomi Tutu said Wednesday at Pennsylvania College of... more »»

College speaker recalls nonviolent stand against segregation and racism

January 21, 2016 Terrence Roberts is optimistic that racism in America can be eliminated, however deeply it is woven into the fabric of the country. He should know. more »»

Jury: Man ‘not guilty’ in ATM break-in case

January 21, 2016 A former Pennsylvania College of Technology student was acquitted Wednesday after citing death threats as the reason for helping his roommates break into a Lewisburg ATM with a blowtorc. more »»

Weekend storm to bring 1 to 2 inches of snow

January 21, 2016 The Williamsport area likely will be spared the worst of a winter storm expected to pass through the region this weekend. more »»

City committee endorses hiring 2 police officers

January 21, 2016 It looks as though the city is on a fast track to hire two more police officers — if City Council approves the measure. more »»

Stocks slide as oil tumbles; S&P lowest in almost 2 years

January 21, 2016 NEW YORK — U.S. stocks slumped Wednesday as the price of oil suffered its worst one-day drop since September, and the Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell to its lowest level in almost two years. more »»

Crackdown on 2-hour parking limit

January 21, 2016 Getting city business done, shopping, or dining now has a deadline. Beginning Feb. more »»

Borrowing, renaming street on council agenda

January 21, 2016 City Council is expected tonight to authorize the administration’s borrowing of $1.5 million in anticipation of real estate tax from last year rolling into the city coffers in March. William E. more »»

Shortage of volunteers concerns group

January 21, 2016 The borough association held its first meeting of the year Wednesday evening, introducing two speakers from Harrisbur. more »»

Airport purchases 7 acres of land

January 21, 2016 The Williamsport Regional Airport was approved for a subdivision and lot addition of 7 acres during the Montoursville borough council meeting on Monday. more »»

Coming out for Callie

January 20, 2016 As soon as you walked into Loyalsock Middle School’s gymnasium on Tuesday evening, all you saw was a sea of blue shirts. more »»

Ex-student on trial in plot to blast open ATMs

January 20, 2016 The two-day jury trial of Meade Lewis, 22, a former Pennsylvania College of Technology student charged with conspiring to blow up and break into three area ATMs, finished its first day in Lycoming... more »»

WASB OKs preliminary budget with a tax hike

January 20, 2016 The Williamsport Area School Board voted unanimously to approve its preliminary general fund budget for 2016-17 at its meeting Tuesday. The preliminary spending plan calls for a tax increase of . more »»

County receives $1M to mitigate properties

January 20, 2016 Lycoming County will receive $1 million from a federal program to fund rehabilitation and mitigation efforts for properties in Loyalsock Township and Muncy Borough that were damaged by Tropical Stor... more »»

Supervisor seeks more diversity on county project

January 20, 2016 Lycoming County commissioners at their weekly Tuesday work session heard concerns from a township supervisor about the way the county is developing its comprehensive plan for economic growth. more »»

Wolf urged to rethink budget deal

January 20, 2016 HARRISBURG — A top Pennsylvania Republican senator suggested Tuesday that Democratic Gov. more »»

Montgomery approves preliminary budget with a tax hike

January 20, 2016 MONTGOMERY — The Montgomery Area School Board approved a 0.96-mill tax hike as part of the 2016-17 budget at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night. more »»

Former city servant may have street named after her

January 20, 2016 Carolyn Bullock, a former city treasurer, councilwoman and planning commission member, may have a part of Fifth Street renamed in her hono. more »»

Lycoming professor on new planetarium: ‘Really cool stuff’

January 20, 2016 Dr. Kent Trachte, president of Lycoming College, and D. more »»



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