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Work continues on Euclid Avenue bridge

June 13, 2015 KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette Constructon continues on the replacement of the Euclid Avenue bridge over Mosquito Creek in DuBoistown on Thursday afternoon. Arch Street between Brook Street and S. more »»

Hospital executives plead for more money

June 12, 2015 Some rural hospitals in Pennsylvania, like the Jersey Shore Hospital and Muncy Valley Hospital, are at risk of losing important funding from the state if Gov. Tom Wolf has his way. more »»

Meeting addresses new law, possible changes

June 12, 2015 In the aftermath of the 2012 Jerry Sandusky case in which the retired Penn State coach was charged with 45 counts of sexual crimes against children, state legislators drafted a Child Protective... more »»

Final details for arena project get council’s OK

June 12, 2015 City Council approved a pact with the developer of the Liberty Arena Thursday night. The pact includes Williamsport Parking Authority as a part. more »»

Conference addresses post traumatic stress disorder, other ailments

June 12, 2015 Post traumatic stress disorder affects some 5.2 million adults a year, including veterans. more »»

Apartments built, ballfield to see improvements

June 11, 2015 After a year of construction, Memorial Homes, a 40-unit apartment complex near Memorial Park, is complet. more »»

Rupture of gas pipeline investigated

June 11, 2015 UNITYVILLE — A federal investigation is underway into what caused a section of an underground pipeline to rupture near here late Tuesday night, forcing the temporary evacuation of nearly 400 homes. more »»

County, municipalities to receive $12 million in gas impact fees

June 11, 2015 Lycoming County and its 52 municipalities together will receive more than $12 million in gas drilling impact fees this year from the state Public Utility Commission, which administers the collection... more »»

Loyalsock Township School Board OKs personnel changes

June 11, 2015 Loyalsock Township School District made some personnel changes at the school board meeting on Wednesday. In an unanimous vote to approve, five new teachers were appointed effective Aug. more »»

1 of 6 injured in Route 15 crash still hospitalized

June 11, 2015 One of six people injured in Tuesday’s two-vehicle head-on crash on Route 15 near the Hepburnville interchange remains hospitalized at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville. more »»

No comments at Mansfield’s floodplain ordinance hearing

June 11, 2015 MANSFIELD — There were no comments at a required public hearing on the borough’s floodplain ordinance Wednesday, which borough council approved during its regular meeting. more »»

Township concerned about worker safety

June 11, 2015 PENNSDALE — ”People need to slow down,” was the message from Muncy Township Supervisor Tom Schaech at Wednesday night’s Board of Supervisors meeting concerning the safety of township workers doing... more »»

Long may it wave

June 10, 2015 With the construction teams working at the Liberty Arena site, the annual Flag Day march this Sunday will start from a new location. more »»

Verdict: Guilty of voluntary manslaughter

June 10, 2015 After a three-hour deliberation following a seven-day trial, a jury found Glenn Jackson guilty of voluntary manslaughter. more »»

Over 40 ‘Most Wanted’ are brought in or located

June 10, 2015 Publication of Lycoming County’s Most Wanted, a list of individuals sought for a variety of crimes and on the run from law enforcement, has proven its worth again. more »»

Montoursville budget comes with tax hike

June 10, 2015 Montoursville Area School Board approved a final budget for next year that includes a .34-mill tax increase during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday. more »»

Effectively using buildings

June 10, 2015 As school enrollments have dropped over the past decade, buildings have been used less, some have been closed and districts have renovated and reconfigured their schools, sometimes constructing new... more »»

Weather further delays city pool opening

June 10, 2015 City recreation department officials say the new swimming pool at Memorial Park called Splash Lagoon won’t open until June 21, at the earliest. more »»

Zoning board gives preliminary approval to fuel tank changes

June 10, 2015 The Clinton Township zoning hearing board gave preliminary approval to Halliburton Energy Services contingent on provisions of section 4. more »»

Anti-crime rally planned for park on East End’s Railway Street

June 10, 2015 Earlier this spring, Tammy Davis, of Wilson Street, found heroin packets and hypodermic needles in and around the children’s sandbox at Youngs Woods Park on Railway Street. more »»



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