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The Pennsylvania State Police released a report of burglary in Muncy Borough. According to the report, on October 1, 2015, at 4:10AM, an unknown male entered the Muncy VFW by smashing out a glass window. Once inside, the unknown male caused damage to several items. The unknown male fled the scene in an unknown direction. Anyone with information should contact PSP Montour more»
There will be a brief rolling slowdown of traffic next week on Interstate 180 at the Faxon Interchange in Williamsport. The slowdown will be in effect while a contractor working for PPL pulls a cable across the highway.
The slowdown, which will occur after 9 AM on Wednesday, Oct. 7, is expected to last several minutes. The slowdown will be in both directions of the interstate. more»
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is issuing a Notice of Violation to JKLM Energy after the chemical release from JKLM’s Reese Hollow 118 well pad on September 18, 2015. The wellpad is located in Sweden Township. more»
Washington, DC – Congressman Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson (PA-05) announced the awarding of an Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) grant, in the amount of $100,000, to the Warren County Development Association. The funding, which will be combined with $107,000 from the state and $103,000 in local money, will be used to construct the first phase of Trails at Jakes Rocks, a mountain bi more»
Kyle Love doesn't have the stress other seniors do about searching for a job after graduation. Thanks to connections he made through Penn State's Ag Career Day, he's already been hired for a job in his chosen field, agronomy.
This fall semester, Penn State welcomes the first group of faculty recruited to expand the University’s national leadership in ethics research and ethical literacy. The faculty members are part of the University’s transformative initiative to position itself at the intersection of its research strengths and the world’s major ethical conversations.
The Pennsylvania State Police released a report stating that Gregory Person, 44, of Muncy, was arrested for failure to disclose required information. As required under Megan’a Law, Person, a registered sex offender, was required to notify the Pennsylvania State Police of any change in his personal life within three days of the change. Person failed to do so, and was arrested and arr more»
Washington, DC – Congressman Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson (PA-05) today voted in favor of the Fiscal Year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Conference Report. The legislation, the final product of the House and Senate conference, passed the House by a vote of 270-156. more»
Smartphones are so ubiquitous, and text messaging and social media activities so common in public places, that no one questions what anyone does with their phone. That pervasiveness allows a phone application to be used in direct, concealed observations without alerting the people being observed.
The Arboretum at Penn State will host its fifth Pumpkin Festival Oct. 11 and Oct. 16-17, highlighted by a pumpkin-carving contest and lighted jack-o'-lantern display. Festivities will take place in the Arboretum's H.O. Smith Botanic Gardens, at the corner of Bigler Road and Park Avenue on the University Park campus. Admission is free.
In the battle against weeds, tillage is one of the strongest weapons at the disposal of organic or ecologically based farmers. But, depending on when it is used, tillage can also be a strong driver of nitrogen losses that contribute to groundwater pollution, according to researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.
Washington, DC – Congressman Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson (PA-05) today voted in favor of a short-term appropriations measure, known as a Continuing Resolution (CR), which passed the House this afternoon. The CR ensures the government will continue to fully operate at current spending levels. After the vote, Thompson released the following statement: more»
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