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Record number of prisoners for month

October 11, 2014 Overcrowding at the Lycoming County Prison peaked last month with an average daily population of 387.10. more »»

United Way reports progress

October 11, 2014 Early returns from residential campaigns and enthusiasm generated from a trio of special events have been positive signs for Lycoming County United Way’s 2014 campaign, which this week reached... more »»

Penn College approves strategic plan

October 11, 2014 The Pennsylvania College of Technology board of trustees approved its strategic plan for the 2014-15, -16 and -17 school years. “This has been a campus-wide initiative for almost a year,” Dr. more »»

Upper Fairfield gas meeting offers more information

October 11, 2014 The Upper Fairfield Township supervisors recently heard more testimony about a compressed natural gas terminal zoning application. They began taking testimony Sept. 3. more »»

Police officer of the year

October 10, 2014 A very nervous Lt. Brett E. Williams was presented with Travelers Protective Association of America’s Police Officer of the Year award at the Little League International headquarters Thursday. more »»

Author shares how experiences inspired her books

October 10, 2014 Author Jennifer Weiner shared her experiences that inspired her best-selling books at Thursday night’s James V. Brown Library sold out author gal. more »»

Downtown development hit with delay

October 10, 2014 City Council is not expected to vote on a proposed land development plan for the $9.4 million Trade and Transit II building for two more weeks. more »»

Councilwoman questions ethics of committee’s discussion on police staffing

October 10, 2014 MANSFIELD — Questions arose at a Wednesday borough council meeting about what went on at a Monday personnel committee meetin. more »»

Commissioners expand solid waste plan

October 10, 2014 Two more landfills were approved for inclusion in a five-county solid waste plan that includes the Lycoming County landfill. County commissioners voted on the matter Thursday. more »»

Township may bill insurance companies for accidents, fires

October 10, 2014 PENNSDALE — Muncy Township supervisors agreed Wednesday to develop a proposal to enable the fire department to bill insurance companies for the cost of responding to vehicle accidents and house fires. more »»

Taking action

October 9, 2014 After months of talking about concepts regarding the best use of a largely neglected and older part of the city, an action plan is in place for the redevelopment of the East Third Street “Gateway”... more »»

Doctor: 100 local youth have been hospitalized with respiratory virus

October 9, 2014 About 100 children and young adults were hospitalized because of enterovirus D68, clinically called EV-D68, at Williamsport Regional Medical Center in a month. more »»

US expands exams at airports after Ebola patient dies

October 9, 2014 WASHINGTON — The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. more »»

Wolf, Corbett hold last Pa. gov. debate

October 9, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Republican Gov. more »»

4 Northeast states stand together against heroin

October 9, 2014 ALBANY, N.Y. — Four Northeastern states have agreed to collaborate in investigations of heroin trafficking that often cross state lines, authorities said Wednesday. more »»

Expert rejects evidence of life in brain-dead girl

October 9, 2014 OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A court-appointed expert has told a California judge he sees no evidence that a 13-year-old girl is alive 10 months after a coroner signed her death certificate. more »»

Boston Council gives itself a 23-percent pay raise

October 9, 2014 BOSTON (AP) — The Boston City Council approved giving itself a nearly 23 percent pay raise on Wednesday, despite threats of a possible veto by Mayor Martin Walsh. more »»

California grounds air tankers after deadly crash in Yosemite

October 9, 2014 YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. more »»

Nation in Brief

October 9, 2014 Highway opens as manhunt continues in Oregon town SENECA, Ore. (AP) — Roadblocks have been lifted as the manhunt continues for a gunman in the tiny eastern Oregon town of Seneca. more »»

State seeks $4.5 million fine against alleged polluter

October 8, 2014 ANTRIM — The state Department of Environmental Protection announced that it has filed a complaint with the state Environmental Hearing Board requesting a $4. more »»



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