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Prevent pollution now to avoid fines later, official says

November 20, 2014 There are measures that individuals and municipal governments can take to meet stormwater runoff mandates and avoid crippling fines from state and federal environmental agencies. more »»

Pa. congressmen challenge proposed EPA expansion

November 20, 2014 Several Pennsylvania congressmen claim a proposed expansion of federal authority in environmental concerns would harm Pennsylvania farmers and jeopardize the state’s “ability to manage its own water... more »»

Area food bank chips in to help provide items for holiday baskets

November 20, 2014 Every year, the Salvation Army and American Rescue Workers of Williamsport distribute Christmas baskets filled with food to families in need during the holiday seaso. more »»

Speaker: Consider consequences of technological choices

November 20, 2014 After a year of presentations from speakers near and far, Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Centennial Colloquia series ended Tuesday night in Klump Auditorium with a presentation about the... more »»

Buffalo area hit with epic snow — with more coming

November 20, 2014 BUFFALO, N.Y. — Homeowners opened their front doors to find themselves sealed in by sheer walls of white. Shovelers turned walkways into head-high canyons. more »»

Council to get budget proposal

November 20, 2014 Mayor Gabriel J. Campana will hand out the city’s proposed no-tax-increase $21.4 million budget tonight to City Council. more »»

School board agrees to use grant writers for stadium

November 20, 2014 The Williamsport Area School District will employ Penn Strategies to write a grant for funds for its stadium project. more »»

Williamsport Parking Authority OKs proposed $1.2 million budget for ’15

November 20, 2014 The Williamsport Parking Authority on Wednesday approved a proposed a $1.2 million budget for 2015, which is down from this year’s $1.3 million budget. more »»

Athletics, veterans, play events updated

November 20, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Drama was on the minds of East Lycoming School Board members this week, specifically “Pride and Prejudice,” which is this fall’s junior and senior play. more »»

Jersey Shore crunches budget numbers

November 20, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — It was number crunching time for borough council Wednesday night as municipal officials got their first glimpse at the 2015 budget. more »»

Pedestrian struck by car improves

November 20, 2014 The medical condition of Christine Zaby, 59, of 2109 Cummings St., has been upgraded from critical to fair, a nursing supervisor at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, said Wednesday night. more »»

220 improvement discussions continue

November 19, 2014 LINDEN — Jim Arvin, who lives on South Pine Run Road, was glad to see the expected untold millions of dollars of improvements on Route 220 north and southbound lanes that the state Department of... more »»

Supervisors give OK to CNG facility

November 19, 2014 Upper Fairfield Township supervisors Tuesday night approved a company’s proposal to locate a compressed natural gas facility in the community. more »»

Heroin Truth Truck to roll in city, county

November 19, 2014 A new concept to alert neighborhoods to the dangers of heroin and give addicts a telephone number in which to contact a drug counselor is about to roll at the start of the new year. more »»

Township mulls remodeling old Reserve Center

November 19, 2014 The Loyalsock Township Supervisors and committee heads met in a public works session Tuesday to discuss the township’s 2015 proposed budget, highlighting that money from the capital reserve is... more »»

Commissioners to meet again next month

November 19, 2014 The next public meeting of the Lycoming County commissioners will be on Dec. 2, according to county officials. more »»

Penn College professor: Union dues wrongly used for politics

November 19, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — A college professor is challenging the use of her union dues to promote the gubernatorial campaign of Democratic Gov. more »»

$4.9 million grant to pay for gas-powered buses, fueling station

November 19, 2014 River Valley Transit has been approved to receive a $4.9 million grant from the state Department of Transportation. more »»

Township residents get fracking info

November 18, 2014 COGAN STATION — Hepburn Township residents heard from Inflection Energy LLC officials who eventually hope to drill wells in the township during a public meeting Monday night. Thomas D. more »»

Ski resort’s future is up in the air

November 18, 2014 GALETON — The immediate future of Ski Denton, a ski resort along Route 6 between Coudersport and Galeton, is up in the air for the coming season. more »»



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