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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 »»

Penn State Master Gardener program accepting applications

July 12, 2015 Penn State Cooperative Extension in Lycoming County now is accepting applications for the 2015 Penn State Master Gardener program. more »»

Cooking with herbs workshop set

July 12, 2015 You planted herbs this season, and now they are growing by leaps and bounds. more »»

Garden out of control? Simplify

July 12, 2015 Too many plants, too little time? A lot of unnecessary effort can be weeded out with some time- and energy-saving shortcuts, from plant selection to better tools. more »»

Erie builds strategy to help ex-offenders re-enter society

July 12, 2015 By KEVIN FLOWERS Erie Times-News ERIE (AP) — This is what Justin Jackson’s clean slate looks like. The 28-year-old Pittsburgh native rises before 5 a.m. more »»

Lycoming County real estate transactions

July 12, 2015 The following deeds have been registered in the Lycoming County courthouse: Williamsport • Cher A. Maggs to John R. Maggs, $1, 217 Hughes St. • John R. Maggs to Schindler’s In. more »»

Route 220 lane closures set this week

July 12, 2015 Roadwork along Route 220 across the area will result in lane closures and significant delays, according to the state Department of Transportation. more »»

Producer tp re-release music for ACS fundraiser

July 5, 2015 WELLSBORO — The way people listen to music has changed a lot since the original American Cancer Society fundraiser CD “3 Miles to Pine Creek” was released in 199. more »»

Life lessons of former addict touch a community

July 5, 2015 A Green Bay Packers jersey. An aged, framed photo of a young boy with bright blue eyes. A favorite coffee cup. A box of Ivins Famous Spiced Wafers. A knotted Cub Scout neckerchief. more »»

Inmates forge bond training service dogs

July 5, 2015 WAYNESBURG (AP) — The 15 inmates chosen to train Labrador retriever service dogs at the state prison in Greene didn’t get much sleep the first night that five puppies spent in their block in March... more »»



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