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South Side looks at 0.6-mill tax hike, board told

May 5, 2015 Mandatory retirement and pension payments may lead to a tax increase for those levied by the South Williamsport Area School District. more »»

Public is quiet about 3 bridge replacements

May 5, 2015 Representatives from Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners and the state Department of Transportation held an open house at the Holiday Inn Monday to inform the public about three bridges being replaced i... more »»

Texas acts to stop cities from limiting drilling

May 5, 2015 AUSTIN, Texas — Texas moved Monday to ban its own cities from imposing prohibitions on hydraulic fracturing and other potentially environmentally harmful oil and natural gas drilling activities... more »»

Board reviews budget ahead of vote later this month

May 5, 2015 MANSFIELD — The Southern Tioga School District board of directors reviewed the 2015-16 budget during its work session Monday. more »»

GOP field grows: Longshots Fiorina, Carson launch their bids

May 5, 2015 (EDITOR’S NOTE: In May 2009, Dr. more »»

City planners approve health system renovation project

May 5, 2015 A Susquehanna Health annex renovation received a positive recommendation Monday from the city planning commission. Susquehanna Community Health and Dental Center, 471 Hepburn St. more »»

Bring canoes to event on Susquehanna

May 5, 2015 Come spend the day enjoying the beautiful waters and paddling down the Susquehanna River in a canoe for a chance to win awards. more »»

Revitalization needed

May 4, 2015 Following a rough winter, roads across northcentral Pennsylvania are littered with potholes, keeping the state Department of Transportation and work crews with the city Streets and Parks Department... more »»

Splendid weather ahead

May 4, 2015 For those who are working outside today, it will be a glorious 83-degree day, warm and sunny, forecasters say. more »»

Pastor: People need to share wisdom so communities can avoid conflicts

May 4, 2015 One local pastor sees the need for people to talk — and listen — to fix and possibly avoid future conflicts such as the Baltimore raids. The Rev. more »»

Boko Haram stoned Nigerian girls to death

May 4, 2015 YOLA, Nigeria — Even with the crackle of gunfire signaling rescuers were near, the horrors did not end: Boko Haram fighters stoned captives to death, some girls and women were crushed by an armored... more »»

City Hall to get $215,000 roof

May 4, 2015 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: State • The Pennsylvania Senate and House of Representatives were not in session last week. more »»

Baltimore mayor lifts curfew 6 days after riots

May 4, 2015 BALTIMORE (AP) — Six days after riots sparked by Freddie Gray’s death, Baltimore’s mayor lifted a citywide curfew Sunday and faith leaders called for continued activism until justice is achieved. more »»

Candidates weigh in on use of gas drilling impact fee funds

May 3, 2015 The race to become one of the three Lycoming County commissioners is among Republicans Tony Mussare, Jeff Rauff, John Bower, Jack McKernan, Jack Persun, Steve Shultz and Democrats Rick Mirabito and... more »»

Woman pleads no contest in Tioga County homicide

May 3, 2015 WELLSBORO — In a surprise move late Friday just days before her trial was set to start, Debra L. more »»

Students salute field with essays, artwork

May 2, 2015 Bright young minds came together Friday afternoon to celebrate Law Day with Lycoming County law professionals. Law Day Committee chairman Christian D. more »»

True mountain man and conservationist, 80, remembered

May 2, 2015 Long before living “off the grid” became a buzz phrase popular among the young, Robert “Bob” Webber chose that lifestyle, building a log cabin to call home — absent electricity or running water —... more »»

Law firm dedicates conference room in memory of 3 county, federal judges

May 2, 2015 They were judges who always were in the public eye and, because of that, a city law firm wanted to honor their memory. more »»

Quarterly look shows city tax revenues down

May 2, 2015 A quarterly review of city tax revenues has some city officials concerned about a potential shortfall that could impact the city budget, while the city finance director said it is too early to leap... more »»

Gas pipeline promoted for economic potential

May 2, 2015 SOUTHINGTON, Conn. — A Houston energy company executive told a Connecticut business group that a regional natural gas pipeline would keep businesses from moving to states where energy is cheaper. more »»

 
 
 

 

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