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August prison population highest so far this year

September 12, 2015 Warden Kevin DeParlos on Friday told the prison board that the prison population in August was the highest so far this year, prompting County Commissioner Tony Mussare to raise the spectre of... more »»

Pre-release escapee caught in township

September 12, 2015 An inmate who escaped from the Lycoming County pre-release center at about 10:30 p.m. more »»

Street projects planned for next week

September 12, 2015 The following city street construction projects will begin Monday and continue through Friday, according to the Department of Community and Economic Development: • Curb ramp and light installation... more »»

Targeting hunger

September 11, 2015 The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank announced its “Bold Goal” to eliminate hunger in the 27 counties it serves over the next 10 years. more »»

State focuses on bridges for replacement, repairs

September 11, 2015 WELLSBORO — More than 500 bridges are included on Pennsylvania’s Rapid Bridge Replacement Project, including 10 in Lycoming County, according to a state Department of Transportation officia. more »»

9/11 bikers, balloons face mixed weather bag

September 11, 2015 The several thousand motorcyclists participating in the 14th annual 9/11 memorial ride throughout the county this evening should not have to worry about any inclement weather. more »»

City Council OKs use of gas fees for traffic study

September 11, 2015 City Council on Thursday authorized the use of $15,000 of natural gas impact fees from Lycoming County for a traffic study east of Market Street. more »»

Obama wants to admit more Syrian refugees

September 11, 2015 WASHINGTON — The United States is making plans to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees in the coming budget year, a significant increase from the 1,500 people who have been cleared to resettle in the U.S. more »»

Airport authority approves lease for car rental service

September 11, 2015 The Williamsport Municipal Airport Authority on Thursday approved a lease agreement with Eagle Automotive LCC for car rental services at the Williamsport Regional Airport. more »»

Migrants’ slog gets tougher

September 11, 2015 BUDAPEST, Hungary — Soaked to the bone and ankle deep in mud, thousands of people seeking refuge in Europe are finding that their path to a new life is growing harder by the hour. more »»

New Flight 93 memorial visitors center dedicated

September 11, 2015 SHANKSVILLE (AP) — A new visitor center has been dedicated on a Pennsylvania hill overlooking the site where United Airlines Flight 93 came down during the 9/11 attacks. more »»

11 Republicans to share stage in the next presidential debate

September 11, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Eleven Republican presidential candidates have qualified for next week’s primetime debate, a slate that features the full diversity of the GOP’s 2016 class and is believed to be th... more »»


September 10, 2015 Though briefly interrupted by a fire alarm in City Hall, the Brandon Park Commission and members of the public met to discuss ideas to improve the city’s park Wednesday night. more »»

Filmmaker: It’s OK to talk about mental health

September 10, 2015 Dealing with suicide means creating a dialogue to connect communities around the nation dealing with the problem. more »»

Flight 93 visitor center ‘tells incredible story of heroism’

September 10, 2015 SHANKSVILLE — Gordon Felt knew his brother was sitting directly in front of two of the terrorists who hijacked United Airlines Flight 93. more »»

Penn State to Paterno lawyers: Return notes

September 10, 2015 HARRISBURG — The fate of some 120 sets of notes from interviews conducted in the months after a child-abuse scandal rocked Penn State was in the hands of a Pennsylvania judge after a court hearing... more »»

Justices weigh who may fire open-records chief

September 10, 2015 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The legal debate over the hiring and firing of Pennsylvania state government’s open-records office director now awaits a decision from the state’s highest court. Lawyers for Gov. more »»

High school project to begin next week in Montoursville

September 9, 2015 Ground is expected to be broken next week on the Montoursville Area High School construction and renovation project. more »»

$1.625M United Way campaign begins

September 9, 2015 Trumpeted by the collective support of the county’s media outlets, led by the chairmanship of veteran radio personality Ken Sawyer and aimed at providing human services to improve the lives of... more »»



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