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Community Arts Center’s director leaving for Florida

June 26, 2015 Robert Steele, who has served for nearly 10 years as the executive director of the Community Arts Center, helping it become a central feature of the local arts and entertainment scene, will leave... more »»

Plan for state to run exchange dropped

June 26, 2015 HARRISBURG (AP) — The Wolf administration said Thursday that it will withdraw its application to take over some functions of the insurance marketplace created under the 2010 federal health care law... more »»

Water, sanitary rate hikes loom

June 25, 2015 Rate increases may be in store by Jan. 1 for those who pay their bills to the Williamsport Municipal Water and Sanitary Authorit. more »»

Police and streets on council agenda

June 25, 2015 After several months of a below-complement level, the city police department will present a request before City Council tonight to authorize the hiring of three more officer candidates. more »»

City man admitted to state bar

June 25, 2015 Matt Welickovitch thought his life was over years ago as he sat in the back of a police cruiser after being arrested for his third DUI. more »»

Trooper to rescue

June 24, 2015 A state trooper on his way to work Tuesday morning was credited with alerting two tenants to a fire in their burning East Third Street apartment house and then directing a pair of firefighters to a... more »»

Witness describes night of shooting

June 24, 2015 Shortly after allegedly pumping more than a dozen bullets into 21-year-old Jamil M. Bryant on the night of May 11, Terrance Perez told co-defendant Cosme Berrones, “Let me know if the ***** dies. more »»

Montoursville ponders preserving historic look

June 24, 2015 The historic stone front of the Montoursville Area High School may remain at least mostly intact after all. more »»

Drilling tax fight packs the Capitol

June 24, 2015 HARRISBURG — The tension of budget season spilled over Tuesday into heated exchanges at back-to-back rallies at the Pennsylvania Capitol on the virtues of the state’s Marcellus Shale industry and... more »»

County’s newest leaders graduate

June 24, 2015 After a year of learning about the community they serve and finding ways to better it, the 2015 Leadership Lycoming members celebrated their graduation from the program on Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Panel OKs making labor pacts public

June 24, 2015 HARRISBURG — Republicans on a House panel advanced two bills Tuesday that would require proposed contract agreements for public employees and an analysis of their cost to be made public before they... more »»

Multi-million parking deck idea challenged

June 24, 2015 A parking deck concept envisioned by the administration of Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

US won’t threaten hostages’ families over ransom

June 24, 2015 WASHINGTON — Softening longstanding policy, the Obama administration will tell families of Americans held by terror groups that they can communicate with captors and even pay ransom without fear of... more »»

County plans to hire 3 new deputy sheriffs

June 24, 2015 Lycoming County commissioners on Thursday are expected to approve the addition of three new deputy sheriffs, two full time and one part time, to monitor surveillance footage in the courthouse lobby... more »»

Homemade Days start Friday at Brandon Park

June 24, 2015 For the third year in a row, the city’s Homemade Days will be held beneath the shade trees of Brandon Park. The event features rows of vendors displaying arts and crafts along with food. It runs 11 a. more »»

Identity of woman found dead in city apartment released

June 24, 2015 The woman who was found dead inside a friend’s apartment at the Weightman Block Apartments, 770 W. Fourth St., on Monday morning was Kathleen Keown, 49, according to Lycoming County Coroner Charles E. more »»

Much-needed street project is drawing attention in Muncy

June 24, 2015 MUNCY — A Muncy Moving Forward, Adapting the Past for the Future outreach meeting was held Tuesday evening at Orlando’s Restaurant to discuss community issues such as a street project that involves... more »»

Recycling center has new home

June 24, 2015 On June 17, Old Lycoming Township moved its recycling center from near the fire company station on Dewey Avenue to 1240 Princeton Ave., across from the old Round Hills School. more »»

2 hurt in Lycoming Creek Road collision identified

June 24, 2015 The two motorcyclists who were injured Monday night in a three-vehicle crash in front of the Christian Church at Cogan Station in Hepburn Township were James G. more »»

Land development plan OK’d for Moe’s Grill in Loyalsock Township

June 24, 2015 Loyalsock Township supervisors approved a land development plan submitted by a company called Dean Carson Williamsport on Tuesday night. The company plans to construct a Moe’s Grill at 1820 E. more »»

 
 
 

 

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