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Umpires grateful to make calls in South Side

August 21, 2014 Umpires are known as the most hated men at any Major League Baseball game. And the fans at the Little League World Series can throw some choice words their way as well. more »»

Skepticism on council

August 21, 2014 After Mayor Gabriel J. more »»

Couple, 13 children left homeless by fire

August 21, 2014 DEWART — Amos and Emma Hostetler had to cut short their 25th wedding anniversary cross-country trip this week to return here to be with their 13 children after a fire Tuesday night destroyed the... more »»

Schools open today, next week

August 21, 2014 By KRISTEN WRIGHT kwright@sungazette. more »»

‘Be Cool, Stay in School’ festival planned in park

August 21, 2014 An event for youth next month in Brandon Park is meant to raise their health awareness, prevent them from dropping out of school and encourage them to abstain from using drugs and alcohol. more »»

State funds will go to the airport’s terminal project

August 21, 2014 By NICO SALVATORI nsalvatori@sungazette.com The Williamsport Regional Airport will receive state funds for road work associated with its new terminal building project, according to state Sen. more »»

School year begins with a strike in Millville

August 21, 2014 MILLVILLE (AP) — Teachers in one central Pennsylvania school district have gone on strike following the breakdown of contract talks. more »»

College lays off employees, cuts spending

August 21, 2014 BEAVER FALLS (AP) — Geneva College in western Pennsylvania is laying off 14 employees and cutting spending by 5 percent. more »»

Homicide defendant waives her right to speedy trial

August 21, 2014 WELLSBORO — During a pretrial hearing Wednesday Debra Lockett, of Morris, waived her right to a speedy trial in order to give her attorneys more time to develop a defense. more »»

Gag order issued before trial of man shot by a policeman

August 21, 2014 PITTSBURGH (AP) — A judge issued a gag order the day before jury selection begins in the case of a man charged with dragging an officer with his vehicle before the officer shot and paralyzed him. more »»

Elkland man gets jail time for animal cruelty

August 21, 2014 WELLSBORO (AP) — “The judge set a precedent in this case,” Tioga County District Attorney Krista Deats said after Matthew Scott Stone, 29, of Elkland, was sentenced to prison time by Judge Robert E. more »»

Township supervisors update pension, health insurance trusts

August 21, 2014 LINDEN — Woodward Township supervisors voted to approve updates to their pension trust and health insurance trusts. Voting yes were Jack Coleman and board Chairman Alan Worth. more »»

LLB trailblazers

August 20, 2014 Philadelphia pitcher Mo’ne Davis has become a national celebrity, excelling throughout the summer while helping her team reach the Little League World Series. more »»

City wants to buy and sell worst of its blighted properties

August 20, 2014 The city codes department wants to buy rotting, blighted residential and commercial properties, but leaders say it’ll need city tax dollars to do it. more »»

’Sock supervisors approve well site

August 20, 2014 Loyalsock Township supervisors have made their decision on the proposed Inflection Energy well site at 1359 Palmer Road, and it’s a nod of approval. more »»

Commissioners to vote Thursday on measure to remedy collapsing area in Watson Township

August 20, 2014 A dangerous area off a road in Watson Township will be repaired if county commissioners on Thursday approve $20,000 of gas drilling impact fees for the project. more »»

District supports new teachers’ contract

August 20, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — The teachers of East Lycoming School District have a new three-year contract calling on average wages to increase by 2. more »»

School board purchases project materials, approves resignations

August 20, 2014 The Williamsport Area School Board approved the purchase of heating, ventilation and air conditioning materials for future renovations to the high school Tuesday night. more »»

Council supports River Town project

August 20, 2014 By PAT CROSSLEY Sun-Gazette Correspondent MUNCY — Muncy Borough Council on Monday announced its support toward seeking the designation of Muncy as a Susquehanna Greenway River Tow. more »»

 
 

 

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