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A morning of drinking games and neon-colored straws

August 2, 2015 In college, waking up at 7 a.m. to begin drinking was a regular event when the West Virginia Mountaineers had a noon home game Saturday. Tailgating needed to commence as early as possible. more »»

Sunny Saturday for powwow, antique machinery show

August 2, 2015 Saturday served as a day to try, to learn, to watch, to dance and more at two outdoor events: a powwow at Canfield Island Park and the 28th Annual Loyalsock Valley Antique Machinery Sho. more »»

Democrats mulling Iran nuclear deal

August 2, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Determined to secure support for the Iran nuclear deal, President Barack Obama is making inroads with a tough constituency — his fellow Democrats in Congress. more »»

Identity of victim in fatal stabbing determined

August 1, 2015 The woman whose decomposed remains were found outside a housing complex at 1630 Sherman St. more »»

Federal judge administers citizens’ oath

August 1, 2015 Middle District Judge Matthew W. Brann administered the oath of citizenship to 39 new citizens from 26 countries Friday. more »»

Clinton County lines up new prison warden

August 1, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — John Rowley, formerly of Oakland, Maryland, was lauded as an incredibly experienced corrections administrator who has a history of righting facilities and providing them with new... more »»

Legislator expects state budget stalemate to last for several weeks at least

August 1, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — Pennsylvania’s new fiscal year started July 1 without a spending plan in place in the commonwealth, and the situation is beginning to have an impact locally. State Rep. more »»

Website expenses questioned

July 31, 2015 Three years ago when City Councilwoman Bonnie Katz sought money from the then-mayor’s special events account to pay for the Billtown Christmas Parade, city recreation officials scrambled to find... more »»

Rings tell stories from different time periods

July 31, 2015 Have you ever misplaced something for years and had it returned? Two men from Williamsport, Jacob Weiner and Donald Black, recently found old class rings in their yards, and both have chosen to try... more »»

Discovery could solve missing plane’s mystery

July 31, 2015 SAINT-ANDRE, Reunion — Johnny Begue was out collecting stones on the French Indian Ocean island he calls home when he says he saw part of an airplane wing washed up in the sand. more »»

Congress heading on vacation, putting off messy decisions

July 31, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is heading out for a five-week summer recess in anything but a cheerful vacation mood, leaving behind a pile of unfinished business that all but guarantees a painful fall. more »»

Rallying for the river

July 30, 2015 State Fish and Boat Commission Executive Director John Arway wants more individuals and groups to hop aboard a campaign to clean up the Susquehanna River. more »»

Salvation Army welcomes new officers

July 30, 2015 Maj. Donald and Paula Spencer have served The Salvation Army for 23 years throughout the northeast and, three weeks ago, they became the new officers for the Williamsport branch. more »»

2-way traffic to be explored on 1-way streets

July 30, 2015 A study to explore the impact of two-way traffic has been proposed for areas on East Third and Fourth streets in the area of Old City near Lycoming Colleg. more »»

US official: Plane debris in Indian Ocean same type as MH370

July 30, 2015 WASHINGTON — Air safety investigators have a “high degree of confidence” that aircraft debris found in the Indian Ocean is of a wing component unique to the Boeing 777, the same model as the... more »»

Teens’ 6 days adrift verge on limits for survival at sea

July 30, 2015 TEQUESTA, Fla. (AP) — Crews pushed the limits of an ever-expanding search zone Wednesday for two teens missing at sea and potentially nearing the boundaries of human survival. more »»

Ohio university police officer is indicted on murder charge in traffic stop shooting

July 30, 2015 CINCINNATI — A University of Cincinnati police officer who shot a motorist during a traffic stop over a missing front license plate was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge, with a prosecutor... more »»

Body found in trash

July 29, 2015 Part of the Michael Ross Homes in the city’s East End was turned into a crime scene most of Tuesday after a housing employee discovered part of the decomposed remains of a 22-year-old woman in a... more »»



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