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Natural gas fueling stations, Pathway to Health get funding

April 4, 2014 Lycoming County commissioners officially committed $104,000 of natural gas drilling impact funds to River Valley Transit’s compressed natural gas fueling stations, matching the city’s equal... more »»

United Way to present humanitarian award

April 4, 2014 The Lycoming County United Way will present Dr. Oscar W. Knade Jr., the Lycoming County United Way treasurer, with the Douglas C. more »»

Wellsboro, surrounding townships hold comprehensive plan meeting

April 4, 2014 WHITNEYVILLE — About 100 people turned out on a rainy night for a multi-municipal comprehensive plan meeting Thursday at the Tioga County Fairgrounds. more »»

Pedestrian struck

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DuBoistown swears in new council member

April 4, 2014 DuBoistown Borough Council swore in a new member Thursday evening. James Barger made a motion to appoint Eric Fausey as council member to fill a vacant positio. more »»

Corbett challenger accused of violating ethics law

April 4, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — A lawyer challenging Bob Guzzardi’s gubernatorial bid said Thursday that he should be thrown off the Republican primary ballot for violating the state ethics law, but Guzzardi’s... more »»

Easily accessible

April 3, 2014 City police have a new technology that enables an agent or officer investigating a shooting, a drug overdose or a criminal act to show a potential witness at the scene a photograph array of possible... more »»

PennDOT seeks comment on section of Route 220 corridor

April 3, 2014 To better serve the 22,000 motorists who each day travel Route 220 between Woodward and Piatt townships and the Fourth Street interchange, an access management study by the state Department of... more »»

Lycoming College to inaugurate president

April 3, 2014 Lycoming College will celebrate the official inauguration of its 15th president, Dr. Kent C. Trachte, at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Recreation Center on campus. more »»

Officials: 4 dead, including gunman, at Fort Hood

April 3, 2014 FORT HOOD, Texas — A soldier opened fire Wednesday on fellow service members at the Fort Hood military base, killing three people and wounding 16 before committing suicide at the same post where mor... more »»

‘Black power’ topic of lecture at college

April 3, 2014 Power politics in the civil rights era was the message of Dr. Leslie Brown at the 41st annual Ewing Lecture at Lycoming Colleg. more »»

More Americans see their middle class status slipping

April 3, 2014 WASHINGTON — A sense of belonging to the middle class occupies a cherished place in America. It conjures images of self-sufficient people with stable jobs and pleasant homes working toward prosperity. more »»

Events scheduled for awareness on drug abuse issues

April 3, 2014 Raising awareness about heroin and prescription drug abuse and recovery is the goal of several events taking place over the next few day. more »»

GOP budget slashes spending, aid to poor

April 3, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — A budget plan stuffed with familiar proposals to cut across a wide swath of the federal budget breezed through the House Budget Committee on Wednesday, but its sharp cuts to health... more »»

Gateway commission members to be formally sworn in

April 3, 2014 Six developers and a college president are expected to be sworn in by Thursday night by City Council as members of the city’s newest commission. more »»

Authorities: Cause of fire electrical

April 3, 2014 The cause of last week’s blaze that destroyed a four-unit apartment house at 926-928 Elizabeth St. and left nine people homeless has been ruled electrical in nature, according to city Fire Chief C. more »»

FIXING BRIDGES

April 2, 2014 Lycoming County is chipping away at the number of structurally deficient bridges, and continuing its rigorous bridge-inspection program while looking at more ways to fund the need. more »»

Natural gas fueling stations to get funding

April 2, 2014 River Valley Transit’s compressed natural gas fueling stations and Pathway to Health will benefit from natural gas drilling impact funds, pending Lycoming County commissioners’ approval Thursda. more »»

Jury picked for Flanigan Park murder trial

April 2, 2014 The homicide trial of Raymarr Alford inched closer Tuesday when President Judge Nancy Butts narrowed the pool of 72 potential jurors down to 12 primary jurors and two alternate jurors. more »»

 
 

 

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