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Park projects awarded drilling fees

September 19, 2014 Lycoming County parks to benefit from more than $265,000 of gas drilling impact fees were announced Thursday at the weekly meeting of the county commissioners. more »»

Renewed Hiawatha murals to be dedicated

September 19, 2014 The Song of the Hiawatha is about to be sung again for all who enter the hallways of Curtin Middle School. more »»

Newberry neighborhood trash clean up planned

September 19, 2014 Neighbors in Newberry plan to join forces and clean up their yards and properties throughout the West End starting at 9:30 a.m. Sept. more »»

US economic rebound slow to reach Philadelphia

September 19, 2014 WASHINGTON — The nation’s economic recovery has been slow to reach the Philadelphia metropolitan area and income inequality has widened, hurt in part by an exodus of residents and a continued... more »»

Chevron meets new drilling rules

September 19, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Chevron has become the first energy company to meet a new set of voluntary shale gas drilling standards that aim to go beyond existing state laws in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia... more »»

Love Lost

September 18, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — A soup kitchen and food pantry here will serve its last meal on Friday. more »»

County coalition: The need for affordable housing exists now

September 18, 2014 New brands of home buyers are arriving in Lycoming Count. more »»

Lending institutions’ investments provide keys to home creation

September 18, 2014 Housing needs don’t have to become a housing crisis, and a bank in Pittsburgh is helping its lending partners and non-profit organizations assure that doesn’t happen. more »»

Video adds to evidence in homicide trial

September 18, 2014 Surveillance video could put a man accused of homicide in the vicinity of the scene of the incident 10 minutes before the alleged crime occurred. more »»

Back to the track: Mini Indy race this weekend

September 18, 2014 The cars may be small but the stakes are huge. more »»

Gunman fires at vehicle in city

September 18, 2014 City police were looking for the gunman who riddled a driver’s car with nearly half a dozen bullets near Fifth and Memorial avenues about 10:15 p.m. Tuesday. more »»

Lost soldiers to be honored

September 18, 2014 A reading of a list of U.S. more »»

Police: Suspect in ambush was military re-enactor

September 18, 2014 Schools closed, kids stayed inside and authorities chased down several false sightings Wednesday in their hunt for the suspect in a fatal ambush outside a rural Pennsylvania State Police barracks. more »»

United Way expanding into Sullivan and Tioga counties

September 18, 2014 For over 90 years Lycoming County United Way has built a successful model to raise funds for human service programs, and by the end of the month it will apply that model in Sullivan County for the... more »»

Supervisors to discuss new budget

September 18, 2014 LINDEN — At 7 p.m. Oct. 14, 21 and 28, the Woodward Township supervisors will publicly discuss the 2015 budget. The meetings will be held at the township municipal building. more »»

Agencies to partner up for community assessment

September 18, 2014 The Lycoming County United Way and STEP Inc. are partnering to complete a comprehensive Community Needs Assessment through Lycoming College’s Center for the Study of Community & the Economy. more »»

Commission steps up meeting agenda

September 18, 2014 The city recreation commission will hold two meetings a month due to increased special events activities in October and November. Meetings will be at 4 p.m. more »»

Marino staffer pleads guilty in gun case

September 18, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Rep. more »»

City mayor nominated to state commission

September 18, 2014 Mayor Gabriel J. Campana was nominated Tuesday by Gov. Tom Corbett to serve as a member of the state Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training commission. more »»

Lawyer gives $50M to Drexel law school

September 18, 2014 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Drexel University’s law school is being named for a prominent trial lawyer who donated $50 million, the largest gift in Drexel history. more »»

 
 

 

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