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December 15, 2014 While it’s not exactly shorts and sandals weather, the week ahead will boast warmer temperatures than are typical for the area in mid-December. more »»

Police: Man, 40, killed by gunshot

December 15, 2014 State police are investigating a fatal shooting in Loyalsock Township that occurred following a reported altercation between two people along Warrensville Road early Sunday morning. The victim, Ty . more »»

Shots fired in city Saturday

December 15, 2014 Williamsport police responded to the 800 block of Hepburn Street shortly before 7 p.m. Saturday after receiving a report of shots being fired. Police reported that no one was hit by gunfir. more »»

Adulthood looms too soon for Lycoming College senior

December 15, 2014 Lycoming College students took their finals last week, and the end of another semester causes some seniors, like Jared Richardson, to face the reality of impending adulthood. more »»

Taxes going up in Lycoming County, city

December 15, 2014 Locally elected and appointed officials voted on the following matters in the past week: Federal • The U.S. House of Representatives voted 219-206 to pass a $1. more »»

Pension seizure law affected nearly 200

December 15, 2014 HARRISBURG — Nearly 200 former public employees in Pennsylvania have had their pensions seized for job-related misconduct over the past decade, from teachers who engaged in sexual acts with students... more »»

Offenses that trigger forfeiture rule

December 15, 2014 Pennsylvania law lists the offenses for which people can lose their pensions in the State Employees’ Retirement System for government workers, or the Public School Employees’ Retirement System for... more »»


December 14, 2014 The landscape of Lycoming County government is changin. more »»

2 accused of providing heroin that led to man’s fatal overdose

December 14, 2014 John L. Budd, 44, of 11115 Route 14, and Ann M. more »»

Thousands protest police slayings of black men

December 14, 2014 WASHINGTON — Family members of young, unarmed black men killed by police — from Michael Brown and Eric Garner in recent months, to Amadou Diallo more than 15 years ago — packed a stage in front of... more »»

Sun-Gazette to start 1st of 2 series next Sunday

December 14, 2014 What a year 2014 has been, locally as well as on the national and world scene. more »»

Congress approves plan to expand Gettysburg park

December 14, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress gave final approval on Friday to a plan that expands Gettysburg National Military Park by 45 acres and adds the historic Lincoln Train Station. more »»

Tech the halls

December 13, 2014 Christmas lights abound this time year, but not very many twinkle in time to the sounds of popular holiday music. Drive to the top of Candy Cane Lane in DuBoistown to 320 Summer St. more »»

Councilman sued in alleged sexual assault

December 13, 2014 A city woman has filed a complaint in county court against City Council President Bill Hall, alleging he took advantage of her sexually when the two were involved in a relationship in 201. more »»

NY woman charged in crash that killed Tioga motorcyclist

December 13, 2014 ELKLAND — A New York state woman has been charged by state police in the hit and run death of a motorcyclist who had apparently gone out for a bucket of fried chicken on a summer night in 2013. more »»

Impact fees to help fund flooding fixes

December 13, 2014 City Council took out the proverbial scissors and cut away Mayor Gabriel J. Campana’s proposed, no-tax-hike budget Thursday nigh. more »»

CIA chief challenges Senate torture report

December 13, 2014 WASHINGTON — CIA Director John Brennan is acknowledging that agency officers did “abhorrent” things to captive terror suspects, and he says he can’t prove the harsh treatment made the prisoners... more »»

Prison board: 74 now in re-entry services center

December 13, 2014 Seventy-four people now are enrolled at the county’s recently opened re-entry services center, where nonviolent offenders report daily for education and job training. more »»

Realty firm gets 1st OK for development

December 13, 2014 Old Lycoming Township supervisors on Wednesday voted 2-0 to approve a conditional-use application that allows Hutchinson Realty to pursue building plans for a multi-family housing development at 203... more »»

School districts awarded grants

December 13, 2014 Area school districts found early Christmas presents this week with the announcement they will receive grant funding. more »»



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