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Hughesville football team plans tribute to military, fireworks

August 24, 2015 Veterans and active duty military will be honored at the first home game of the Hughesville High School football team on Sept. 4. more »»


August 23, 2015 HANOVER (AP) — Elisa Livelsberger has lived at her New Oxford home for three years. Her family, which includes her husband and two young children, owns Verdura Fresca Farms. more »»

Monarchs and milkweeds go hand-in-hand

August 23, 2015 Have you seen a monarch butterfly yet? The monarch (Danaus plexippus) is a migratory species, flying hundreds of miles to Mexico in the fall to survive the winter. more »»

Cruise-in will feature classic cars, trucks and motorcycles

August 23, 2015 WELLSBORO — Between noon and 3 p.m. Saturday, the Classic Car Cruise-in will be set up on Crafton Street, adjacent to Citizens and Northern Bank. The event is free to spectators and vehicle owners. more »»

Auction announces realized prices

August 23, 2015 DEWART LIVESTOCK MARKET Report for Aug. 17 All animals sold per 100 pounds unless otherwise stated. more »»

Local youths take part in 4-H State Achievement Days

August 23, 2015 UNIVERSITY PARK — Eleven youth from Lycoming County were among more than 650 4-H members from across Pennsylvania who took part in the annual 4-H State Achievement Days at Penn State University in... more »»

Real estate transactions filed in Lycoming County Courthouse

August 23, 2015 The following deeds have been filed in the Lycoming County courthouse: Williamsport • George H. Schneider to The WIlliamsport Hospital, $80,500, 723 Park Ave. • Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. more »»

Garlic, Herb Festival planned for coming weekend

August 23, 2015 DRUMS — The 16th annual Keystone State Hot and Stinky Garlic and Herb Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.. more »»

Historian to share letters written by Civil War prisoner of war

August 23, 2015 SUNBURY — The Susquehanna Civil War Roundtable welcomes author and historian Jay Paisley, who will discuss “The Huffman Letters” at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Degenstein Library, 40 S. Fifth S. more »»

Bid opening postponed for major project

August 23, 2015 In response to a request by the construction industry, the state Department of Transportation has extended the bidding period for the first phase of the Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation... more »»

Route 184 detour lifted

August 9, 2015 A four-day detour on Route 184 at Brookside in Cogan House Township has been lifted, according to the state Department of Transportation. There is a new alignment at the intersection with Route 287. more »»


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Bulldozer rolls over, kills pipeline worker

August 7, 2015 ROARING BRANCH (AP) — A pipeline worker is dead after the bulldozer he was operating rolled over in northern Pennsylvania. It happened just before noon Tuesday in Union Township. more »»

2nd full-time VA employee hired

July 23, 2015 MANSFIELD — During their on-the-road meeting at the Richmond Township building on Tuesday, the Tioga County commissioners voted unanimously to hire Vaughn Ceccacci as a full-time employee at the... more »»

Nessmuk Lake refill begins

July 23, 2015 The refilling of Nessmuk Lake officially began Monday. A state Fish and Boat Commission employee at Nessmuk Dam’s control tower closes the gate for the refill. more »»

Local historian releases book about early Mansfield photographers

July 12, 2015 MANSFIELD — Local historian Joyce Tice has released a new soft jacket book about Mansfield’s early photographers, “Mansfield’s Early Photographers, The Windows They Left Open. more »»

Furniture bank volunteers help turn living spaces into homes

July 12, 2015 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Keith Bittel lifts a heavy load while delivering furniture to families in need around the Pittsburgh area. more »»

Furries seem to ‘nest’ in Pittsburgh all the year-round

July 12, 2015 PITTSBURGH (AP) — One Friday a month, Pittsburgh’s Furries flock to Fernando’s Cafe on Liberty Avenue. This meetup is their second most popular, next to bowling. more »»

‘Vietnam Revisited Living History Combat Bivouac’

July 12, 2015 Visitors will get the chance to go out on patrol with a point-man during the annual “Vietnam Revisited Living History Combat Bivouac” experience from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. more »»

Auction announces realized prices

July 12, 2015 DEWART LIVESTOCK MARKET Report for July 6 All animals sold per 100 pounds unless otherwise stated. CATTLE (114 head) •?HOLSTEIN STEERS: Choice 2-3, 1,238-1,500 pounds, $130. more »»



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