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City officials fuming over gas regulator

October 7, 2015 City administration and council members blasted the design of a natural gas regulator station at the corner of Park Avenue and Maple Street, and they think it needs to be more secure from vandalism... more »»

Area Red Cross sends aid to waterlogged Carolinas

October 7, 2015 In response to massive flooding in the southeastern United States, American Red Cross of Central Pennsylvania has deployed 11 people to help those impacted by the disaster. more »»

Wolf proposes hikes to end impasse

October 7, 2015 HARRISBURG — Gov. more »»

Audit finds problems in state Department of Education

October 7, 2015 HARRISBURG — An audit report released Tuesday by Pennsylvania’s elected fiscal watchdog revealed management problems in the state Department of Education and its 21-member Board of Education. more »»

Data-sharing pact with US rejected

October 7, 2015 LUXEMBOURG — Facebook and thousands of other companies could find it vastly more complicated to do business in Europe after a court ruled that personal data sent to U.. more »»

Students bring concerns over crowded buses to school board

October 7, 2015 By SARAH DESANTIS Two Williamsport Area High School students pleaded with the school board to find a solution to overcrowded buses at Tuesday’s meetin. more »»

Trees to come to 9 towns in county from state grant

October 7, 2015 Lycoming County commissioners on Thursday will consider approving a state Department of Environmental Protection grant to bring 30 trees to nine municipalities as part of Municipal Separate Storm... more »»

Salvation Army musician from Williamsport performs for pope

October 7, 2015 A corps commanding officer of the Williamsport branch of the Salvation Army said he was thrilled to perform during Pope Francis’ recent visit to Philadelphia. Maj. more »»

Scouts to present business executive with distinguished citizen award

October 7, 2015 The Susquehanna Council of the Boy Scouts of America will honor a local business leader and philanthropist with its 2015 Distinguished Citizen Award. more »»

City may dip into police budget to pay legal fees

October 7, 2015 The city finance committee Tuesday gave a positive recommendation that City Council amend an agreement to provide legal services for the city, with the extra money needed to be drawn from the budget... more »»

Lock Haven City Council budgets federal dollars

October 7, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — City Council is making plans for spending its 2015 Community Development Block Grant funds, with a vote on those plans scheduled Oct. 19. more »»

2-year contract for Southern Tioga teachers, staff approved by board

October 7, 2015 LIBERTY — By a unanimous vote of 8-0, the Southern Tioga School Board approved a two-year contract with the Southern Tioga Education Association, composed of district teachers, school nurses and... more »»

Stormwater concerns borough council

October 7, 2015 MUNCY — Stormwater problems in the borough were a topic of discussion at Tuesday’s borough council meeting. more »»

5 injured in Route 15 crash

October 7, 2015 MONTGOMERY — Five people were injured when a car driven by Wade Hutchinson, 52, of Palmyra, New York, and a SUV driven by Kevin J. more »»

Chief: Cause of fire undetermined

October 7, 2015 The cause of kitchen fire at the home of Chaz Turner and Bethany Garret at 1145 Grove St. on Sept. 6 will remain undetermined, according to city Fire Chief C. Dean Heinbach. more »»

Killer’s guilty plea gets him up to 72 years

October 6, 2015 Lynn Wright was killed and left in a closet in her burning home at 1450 W. Fourth St. on Oct. 25, 2013. more »»

Suspect in shooting arraigned

October 6, 2015 When fugitive Dwayne Jaleel Hall, wanted in connection with a city homicide last month, refused to come out of an apartment at the Timberland Apartment complex on Monday afternoon, the city police... more »»

Jersey Shore man sentenced to 82 months to 25 years for voluntary manslaughter

October 6, 2015 A Jersey Shore man was sentenced to 82 months to 25 years in state prison by Judge Marc F. more »»



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