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Event Sunday in area features restored Quaker meeting house

November 18, 2014 PENNSDALE — Restorations to a Quaker meeting house and its grounds carried out over a year’s time will be shared during an open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at 443 Village Road. more »»

Curbside recycling ends this week for some municipalities

November 18, 2014 Lycoming County’s free curbside recycling services will cease in three municipalities this week as the county continues to transition to single-stream recycling. more »»

Muncy board donates to town library

November 18, 2014 MUNCY — The Muncy School Board voted 7-1 to donate $3,000 to the Muncy Public Library on a recommendation from board treasurer Carla Auten. more »»

Last of public meetings tonight on 220 corridor

November 18, 2014 The final public meeting about the Route 220 safety corridor will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the Woodward Township Volunteer Fire Co. buildin. more »»

Muncy agrees to pay $42K to fire company

November 18, 2014 MUNCY — Muncy Borough Council voted to approve a contract with Muncy Volunteer Fire Co. at its meeting Monday night. more »»

Bridge deck repair on Interstate 180 rescheduled for Wednesday

November 18, 2014 The right lane of Interstate 180 eastbound over Maynard Street in Williamsport will be closed Wednesday for bridge deck repair work, according to the state Department of Transportation. more »»

'As good as it gets'

November 17, 2014 Ecosystems have a ripple effect. Large changes at the bottom of the system have major effects up the chain and vice-vers. more »»

Parents of slain US aid worker ‘heartbroken’

November 17, 2014 INDIANAPOLIS — The parents of an American aid worker captured by Islamic State militants last year while delivering relief supplies to refugees in Syria said Sunday they are “heartbroken” by his... more »»

Record temps are forecast this week

November 17, 2014 A cold November week is ahead, possibly bringing in record temperatures, but not the kind we’re used to hearing about. more »»

LEGISLATIVE TALLY

November 17, 2014 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: Federal • The U.S. more »»

City man pleased states are legalizing recreational pot use

November 17, 2014 After having a week to digest the results of the mid-term election, 26-year-old Scott Gallmeier has a few things on his min. more »»

Highest-paid employee keeps buses, finances moving

November 16, 2014 City salaries run between $30,000 and $90,000, depending on duties and titles. Most of the employees at the upper echelon of the salary scale are department heads and Mayor Gabriel J. Campana. more »»

Union contracts drive wage costs

November 16, 2014 From police patrolling the beat, to snowplow drivers clearing the streets, to firefighters entering burning buildings, the lion’s share of city employees belongs to unions. more »»

City gets into the Blues

November 16, 2014 Alison Pringle came for the Blues, but was anything but down in the dumps Saturday night. more »»

Another record for prison numbers

November 15, 2014 For the second time in two months, Lycoming County Prison Warden Kevin DeParlos reported record high prison population figures Friday. more »»

Police: Dewart bank robbed

November 15, 2014 ALLENWOOD — The Muncy Bank and Trust Co. on Route 44 in Dewart was robbed about 5 p.m. Friday, state police said. “A man, described as white, walked in and demanded money from a teller. more »»

City planning full weekend to kick off holiday season

November 15, 2014 The city has turned its holiday events calendar upside down. more »»

Auditor general: SCI Muncy did not meet training requirements

November 15, 2014 An audit completed by Auditor General Eugene DePasquale found that corrections officers at the state correctional institute at Muncy did not receive mandated training between July 1, 2010, and June... more »»

Edwin Street repair to end soon; water leak in city addressed

November 15, 2014 A paving project that this week has affected those who live, park or drive on West Edwin Street, between Hepburn and Campbell streets, soon will be completed by early next week, a city official sai. more »»

 
 
 

 

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