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Mayor: Charge police tuition to city

August 22, 2014 Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Bail set for man accused of burns to child

August 22, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — A Williamsport man was arrested this week for allegedly causing “severe scalding-type burns” to a 16-month-old boy while he was babysitting the child, according to Tiadaghton Valley... more »»

Drilling fees go to Watson Township road project

August 22, 2014 Lycoming County Commissioners approved $20,000 of gas drilling impact fees for Watson Township Thursday, ensuring safer conditions on a township road that runs along Pine Creek. more »»

James V. Brown optimistic after successful summer

August 22, 2014 So far 2014 has been a good year for the staff at the James V. Brown Library, who hope to continue raising participation through the fall with awareness programs and fundraisers. more »»

Ice Bucket challenges continue to sweep area

August 22, 2014 On Thursday afternoon, managers from Chartwell Hotels — owner of the local Holiday Inn, Holliday Inn Express, the James Restaurant and the Residence Inn by Marriott — were soaked with buckets of ice... more »»

Planning commission approves cell tower

August 22, 2014 By NICO SALVATORI On Thursday night, the Lycoming County Planning Commission approved a measure to allow Verizon Wireless to build a cell tower in Pine Township. more »»

Free parking offered during ‘Williamsport Welcomes the World’

August 22, 2014 The Williamsport Parking Authority is offering free parking between 2 p.m. today and the end of the Williamsport Welcomes the World festival tonight. more »»

Records show how often Corbett adviser at office

August 22, 2014 HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Education Department released eight pages of electronic ID card records Thursday that indicate embattled former secretary Ron Tomalis was at its Harrisburg headquarters... more »»

State court frowns on sentencing laws

August 22, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania appellate court judges have added their voice to lower court decisions saying that certain state mandatory minimum sentencing laws are unconstitutional under a U.S. more »»

Diamond on Market Square nearly done

August 21, 2014 Williamsport surely is the capital of Little League Baseball, but that message will become even more apparent this week, especially for visitors who travel into the city from the Little League World... more »»

Umpires grateful to make calls in South Side

August 21, 2014 Umpires are known as the most hated men at any Major League Baseball game. And the fans at the Little League World Series can throw some choice words their way as well. more »»

Skepticism on council

August 21, 2014 After Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Couple, 13 children left homeless by fire

August 21, 2014 DEWART — Amos and Emma Hostetler had to cut short their 25th wedding anniversary cross-country trip this week to return here to be with their 13 children after a fire Tuesday night destroyed the... more »»

Schools open today, next week

August 21, 2014 By KRISTEN WRIGHT kwright@sungazette. more »»

‘Be Cool, Stay in School’ festival planned in park

August 21, 2014 An event for youth next month in Brandon Park is meant to raise their health awareness, prevent them from dropping out of school and encourage them to abstain from using drugs and alcohol. more »»

State funds will go to the airport’s terminal project

August 21, 2014 By NICO SALVATORI The Williamsport Regional Airport will receive state funds for road work associated with its new terminal building project, according to state Sen. more »»

School year begins with a strike in Millville

August 21, 2014 MILLVILLE (AP) — Teachers in one central Pennsylvania school district have gone on strike following the breakdown of contract talks. more »»

College lays off employees, cuts spending

August 21, 2014 BEAVER FALLS (AP) — Geneva College in western Pennsylvania is laying off 14 employees and cutting spending by 5 percent. more »»

Homicide defendant waives her right to speedy trial

August 21, 2014 WELLSBORO — During a pretrial hearing Wednesday Debra Lockett, of Morris, waived her right to a speedy trial in order to give her attorneys more time to develop a defense. more »»

Gag order issued before trial of man shot by a policeman

August 21, 2014 PITTSBURGH (AP) — A judge issued a gag order the day before jury selection begins in the case of a man charged with dragging an officer with his vehicle before the officer shot and paralyzed him. more »»



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