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Efforts made to save children who are pushed into sex slavery

March 22, 2015 Children are bought and sold for sex every day in the United States. And don’t believe for a second that it doesn’t happen here. more »»

‘Perfect storm’ brewing as real estate uses shift

March 22, 2015 As Liberty Arena and a town green goes up, parking availability has gone down, contributing to the perfect storm that happens whenever there are multiple events downtown on the same day or night. more »»

Taste of Home cooking show returning

March 22, 2015 After a two-year hiatus, the Williamsport Sun-Gazette is bringing back the Taste of Home cooking show to the Community Arts Center at 7 p.m. April 9. more »»

Crash on Interstate 80 claims life of Watsontown woman

March 22, 2015 LEWISBURG — A 26-year-old woman was killed Friday morning when her car and a tractor-trailer truck collided on Interstate 80 in Northumberland County’s Turbot Township, according to state police. more »»

Susquehanna Township supervisors’ resignations stop business

March 21, 2015 Two of Susquehanna Township’s three supervisors have resigned in the past month, and it appears the matter is headed to Lycoming County Court to appoint two replacements. more »»

Clinic’s relocation to allow expansion

March 21, 2015 The relocation of Susquehanna Health Laboratory Outpatient Services from downtown Williamsport to Divine Providence Hospital will create additional space for a medical and dental clinic serving... more »»

Judge denies challenge to rival’s petition

March 21, 2015 Lycoming County Judge Dudley . more »»

Democrats to hold Jackson Day dinner

March 21, 2015 Bradley Kirsch will be the keynote speaker at the Lycoming County Democratic Committee’s annual Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner on March 28 at the Holiday Inn, 100 Pine St. more »»

Survivor, 91, describes oppression in Auschwitz concentration camp

March 20, 2015 Clarke Chapel was filled with hundreds of people crammed into the pews, sitting cross-legged on the floor and standing at the back of the balcony, all to hear Holocaust survivor Esther Bauer, tell... more »»

Makeover for ballpark

March 20, 2015 Susquehanna Bank Park at Bowman Field will be safer and nicer to look at during the start of the Williamsport Crosscutters season in mid-June. more »»

City Day of Remembrance event planned

March 20, 2015 Two local congregations will be holding a Days of Remembrance ceremony honoring Holocaust victims beginning at 1:30 p.m. April 13 at Temple Beth HaSholom in Williamsport. more »»

Judge: City candidate can try to correct 20+ signatures

March 20, 2015 Judge Dudley N. Anderson heard from one city treasurer candidate who found discrepancies with the current treasurer’s petition to run for office. Melinda V. more »»

Snow likely today, chance of cold for weekend

March 20, 2015 Today will see accumulations of snow around 3 to 6 inches, and on Saturday, there will be an incoming cold front that may bring stray snow showers Saturday evening, according to the National Weather... more »»

Appointee accused of stealing critics’ signs

March 20, 2015 HARRISBURG (AP) — An allegation that Gov. more »»

TRAINS SNATCHED

March 19, 2015 By cutting a hole in an exterior wall, two burglars broke into English’s Model Railroad on Streibeigh Lane in Montoursville early Monday morning and stole an estimated $80,000 worth of merchandise,... more »»

Treasurer candidate files suit

March 19, 2015 The city treasurer faces civil action in Lycoming County Court after his lone Republican opponent in the May 19 primary filed a lawsuit this week. Challenger Melinda V. more »»

Speaker abhors misinterpretation of Islam

March 19, 2015 “Terrorism and Islam are oxymorons” — that was the sum of the clarifying message given Wednesday night by Abu Abaad Abdul Mutakhabir at Lycoming College’s Mary Welch Honors Hall. Mutakhabir is a U.. more »»

Fraternities finding themselves under fire for bad behavior

March 19, 2015 Racist chants. Nude photos of unconscious women. A criminal investigation into hazing. more »»

Wolf expects to reap $3B a year by cutting sales tax exemptions

March 19, 2015 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania state government would reap $3 billion a year under Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan to expand a 6. more »»

Penn State president: Frat posting of nude pictures is very sad

March 19, 2015 STATE COLLEGE (AP) — A now-suspended Pennsylvania State University fraternity’s Facebook posting of photos of nude and partly nude women, some of them asleep or passed out, is sad and offensive and... more »»

 
 
 

 

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