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No charges to be filed in deaths of five in Lycoming County cabin
No criminal charges will be filed in connection with the May 3 carbon monoxide deaths of two adults and three children in a Lycoming County cabin.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Corbett touts long-lasting effects of shale drilling
Gov. Tom Corbett was the central figure of the Shale Energy Engineering Conference on opening day Monday in Pittsburgh.
Morris man dies in mowing accident
According to Lycoming County Coroner, Charles Keissling, on Sunday, July 20, 2014, John E. Johnston, a 52 year old man from Oregon Hill Rd., Morris, PA was attempting to exit a tractor and brush hog he had been operating, when he apparently knocked the tractor into gear.
Centre Daily Times
Train derailment in Pa. spills coal; no injuries
Officials in Lycoming County told The Sun-Gazette that a dozen cars on the 129-car train derailed in Nisbet shortly before 3 p.m. Sunday.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
A dark date now shared
While the world's focus Thursday was on the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, this Lycoming County borough marked an anniversary.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Congressman Tom Marino's Staffer Arrested
A member of U.S. Congressman Tom Marino's staff was arrested Friday morning and charged with allegedly bringing a gun into a Capitol building in Washington D.C. Police said Shucard, a member of Congressman Tom Marino's staff, was caught carrying a 9 mm handgun and ammunition into the Cannon House building during the required security search.
Recap of Fair Racing at Hughesville, Pennsylvania
The national newspaper USA TODAY runs a feature in its upper left-hand corner of the Sports section called "Names You Need To Know."
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Drivers Should Expect More Road Construction in Lycoming County
Some of the attention in Lycoming County is on all the road work that's ahead. Officials have announced plans to complete 46 new road projects in the next four years in the county.
Fugitive traveling with county fair taken into custody
When state police Montoursville investigated an incident at Big Dogs Bar, 5010 Route 220, Wolf Township, they found a fugitive.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Donated Plane Gets New Look At Penn College
Nearly two years ago, Newswatch 16 was there when a giant plane was donated to Penn College in Lycoming County.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Young Farmers at the Lycoming County Fair
Some future farmers in Lycoming County showed off what their families' farms have to offer at this year's Lycoming County Fair.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Woman dies, husband burned in Williamsport house fire
The daughter of a former Williamsport police chief was killed and her husband burned in a fire that destroyed their two-story city house, which investigators said had no working smoke detectors.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Response to national disaster situation tested in Moon Twp.
The ability to respond to a national disaster situation was put to the test Saturday at the 911th Airlift Wing in Moon Township.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The News Item
Organization News: Garfield Camp
James A. Garfield Camp 34 won two membership awards at the 134th annual encampment of the Pennsylvania Department of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War held in Williamsport.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
South Wmpt PD Warns of Door to Door Solicitors.
Starting after 11:00 am today, South Williamsport Police received numerous complaints through headquarters, Borough Hall and the Lycoming County Communications Center regarding a number of individuals going door-to-door "selling" magazines for college and to gain points towards various trips such as "Rome".
Defendant: Life 'perfect' except for DUI convictions
A Mahoning Township man, who said his life is perfect except for drunk driving convictions, will be spending 18 months in jail for his fourth driving while under the influence of alcohol charges.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Centre Daily Times
State College woman who drove off in police car sentenced to prison
Janica R. Germello, 26, was sentenced Tuesday in Lycoming County to two to four years on charges in that case and four others.
Power outages pouring in after violent midstate thunderstorms
Approximately 27,973 midstate residents were left without power after a violent thunderstorm ripped across the region earlier Tuesday afternoon.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Storm Cleanup on the Fourth of July
For hundreds around Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania, the Fourth of July was spent cleaning up from strong storms that pounded parts of the area Thursday night.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Storm Damage in Lycoming County
Gary Eisenhauer was not home when severe weather hit Montoursville, but when he got back to his house, he saw the damage left behind.