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Protocol for blood cleanup determined

April 18, 2014 The city Bureau of Fire has in place a procedure to respond and deal with any blood-borne pathogen spilled outside on pavement or outside any building, city Fire Chief C. Dean Heinbach said. more »»

State Secretary of Revenue talks up governor’s accomplishments

April 18, 2014 WELLSBORO — Pennsylvania Secretary of Revenue Dan Meuser, of Shavertown, made an appearance for Gov. Tom Corbett during the 18th annual Tioga County Development Corp. Legislative Breakfast Thursday. more »»

Funds being raised for transition center for military veterans

April 18, 2014 A housing and educational center to help military veterans transition back into civilian life may be coming to Lycoming County, according to Robert Dunkleberger, president of the American Legion... more »»

County Planning Commission OK’s 2 land developments

April 18, 2014 The Lycoming County Planning Commission approved two new land developments Thursday. Ashler In. more »»

Commissioners realign funds, approve inmate housing agreement

April 18, 2014 A realignment of funds for the Beaver Lake Sewage Treatment Plant project was made official Thursday. more »»

$4,000 in damage to stain-glass window at library

April 18, 2014 The James V. Brown Library Board of Trustees was informed Thursday about an incident that caused $4,000 in damage to a stain-glass window in the library’s children’s wing. more »»


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Honorable service

April 17, 2014 Arthur Thompson stood, quietly reflecting on his high school graduation. It probably wasn’t the way he pictured it as a young child. more »»

Opinion differs on handling of Route 220

April 17, 2014 LINDEN — The Woodward Township Volunteer Fire Co. more »»

City sued for not paying cleaning bill

April 17, 2014 A local company that cleaned up human blood on streets and sidewalks for city police last summer in two incidents has sued the city in order to collect nearly $15,000, saying it has yet to be paid. more »»

Projects to be paid for with $724K in gas impact fees

April 17, 2014 Revenue from natural gas impact fees will be poured into streetscape improvements around the Memorial Homes housing complex and Reach Road at the city’s industrial park. more »»

Boston Marathon organizers confident of safe race

April 17, 2014 BOSTON — The arrest of a man with a rice cooker in his backpack near the Boston Marathon finish line led police to step up patrols Wednesday, while organizers sought to assure the city and runners o... more »»

Forum on drug’s economic toll in May

April 17, 2014 The discussion of heroin abuse in the Williamsport area again will be explored, this time from a business perspective, when the Pennsylvania Economy League holds a forum on the topic May 2. more »»

Local college commencement ceremonies set

April 17, 2014 The eighth comptroller general of the U.S., head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office and a 1973 Lycoming College graduate, Gene L. more »»

State police to train at Montgomery district facility

April 17, 2014 MONTGOMERY — The Montgomery Area School Board met Tuesday evening to approve a request from the state police Troop F in Montoursville to use the district facilities for training from 8 a.m. to 4 p.. more »»

No increase in mental health spending for Lycoming, Clinton counties

April 17, 2014 The Lycoming-Clinton Joinder Board learned Wednesday that the proposed 2014-15 state budget does not include much in the way of additional funds for its Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities... more »»

West Branch Council of Government Equipment Show and Training Day

April 17, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — The West Branch Council of Government will host its 15th annual Equipment Show and Training Day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on May 21 at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds, 1 E. Park St. more »»

Hughesville council OKs 2 storm sewer projects

April 17, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Borough Council approved two storm sewer projects on Academy Street. All the necessary pipe replacement and road work will be done to meet the safety requirements at that time. more »»


April 16, 2014 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Over the years, Lycoming County Children and Youth services and approaches have changed. This series has focused on the newer face and phases of the agency. more »»



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