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State College decriminalizes pot

August 3, 2016 STATE COLLEGE (AP) — Council members in State College have approved an ordinance making possession of small amounts of marijuana a summary offense rather than a criminal misdemeanor, but that won’t... more »»

District updates gender policies

August 2, 2016 Superintendent Mark Stamm presented an administrative guidance in regard to students in the district who identify as transgender, transitioning or gender nonconforming during the South Williamsport... more »»

Business leaders mull ways of boosting state’s economy

August 2, 2016 Local business leaders batted around ideas with Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce President Rob Wonderling Monday in an attempt to find out where the state is headed economically. more »»

City man pulled from river dies

August 2, 2016 A city man rescued from the Susquehanna River after jumping from the Hepburn Street Dam over the weekend has died. Montour County Cornoer Scott Lynn reported that Crist Stouffer, 55, of 424 . more »»

Montoursville approves distribution of grant funds

August 2, 2016 Montoursville Borough Council unanimously finalized their 2016 Community Development Block Grant project at Monday’s meeting. more »»

More weigh in to criticize Trump’s slurs of Muslim veteran’s parents

August 2, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Angry and anxious, Republican lawmakers and veterans groups hastened to disavow Donald Trump’s repeated criticism of a bereaved military family Monday, but the GOP presidential... more »»

US ramps up airstrikes against Islamic State

August 2, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States launched multiple airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Libya on Monday, opening a new, more persistent front against the group at the request of the... more »»

Authorities warn pregnant women against Zika-stricken part of Miami

August 2, 2016 MIAMI (AP) — Government health officials warned pregnant women Monday to avoid a Zika-stricken part of Miami and told couples who have been there recently to put off having children for at least two... more »»

Lock Haven to pave several streets

August 2, 2016 LOCK HAVEN — The city is heading for the hill section with its paving projects, and City Council has its eye on a major project on the south side of Bellefonte Avenu. more »»

‘Juvenile lifers’ in Pennsylvania granted parole

August 2, 2016 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania officials have granted parole to four of the first five “juvenile lifers” seeking release under a new law that retroactively bans mandatory life terms for minor. more »»

After DNC, it’s back to parking as usual in South Philadelphia

August 2, 2016 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Drive a guest into Philadelphia from the airport, and the first question you’re likely to hear is not “What’s the best cheesesteak in town?” or “Where is the Rocky statue?” but... more »»

Plan offers farmers way to give back

August 1, 2016 A popular method for farmers wanting give back to the land they use, the wildlife on their land and even nearby residents is as cheap and simple as planting flower. more »»

Man retrieved from river is listed ‘critical’

August 1, 2016 A man who was rescued from the West Branch Susquehanna River near South Williamsport over the weekend was listed in critical condition Sunday night at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville. more »»

Local man’s future fueled by his personal interests

August 1, 2016 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Each Monday, the Sun-Gazette asks somebody in the area, “What’s on your mind?” If you have a topic you would like to share, contact us at more »»

Hiring, salary hikes OK’d in Jersey Shore

August 1, 2016 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Each Monday, the Sun-Gazette summarizes major votes of the past week and, more specifically, how our locally elected and appointed officials voted on each matter. more »»

A ‘quieter’ week is in the weather forecast

August 1, 2016 “After kind of an unsettled weekend, it looks like a quieter week ahead of us here,” said Craig Evanego, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in State College. more »»

Pilot dies in burn unit after Allegheny Airport plane fire

August 1, 2016 PITTSBURGH (AP) — The pilot of a small plane that burned after landing at the Allegheny County Airport last week has died in the burn unit of a Pittsburgh hospital. more »»

Despite rain on Saturday, enthusiasm of bikers not dampened

July 31, 2016 When more than 600 Harley-Davidson enthusiasts and riders converged in one place Saturday afternoon as games of skill were canceled because of a downpour, the good times kept rolling in the city. more »»

Local school districts get boost in state funding

July 31, 2016 The eight public school districts in Lycoming County will see increases from 1 to 4 percent in basic and special education allocations from the state for the 2016-17 school year. more »»

Man rescued from the river

July 31, 2016 An unidentified 55-year-old man was pulled alive by rescue personnel from the West Branch Susquehanna River near South Williamsport early Saturday night. About 6:15 p.m. more »»



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