Restoration of the White Deer railroad bridge, in northern Union County, is expected to be complete by late September. As a result, rail service will be available to prospective industrial tenants in the Great Stream Commons Business Park. more»
It started at Rehoboth Beach where David Letterman (no, not that one) and his wife Sherri were promoting the hot wing sauce and marinades produced at Bonfatto's, their restaurant in Bellefonte. The weather was warm so they bought some ice cream and, at Sherri's suggestion, tried Another Spice Cream. more»
Muncy High School alumnus David Sterngold was recently named as the managing editor of MetroMBA, a new Web-based service that provides inside information about MBA programs in Philadelphia, New York and Boston. David lives in Philadelphia. more»
The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP) is accepting applications for the 2013 grant cycles for the Roscoe M. and Edith W. Wolf Fund and the Plunketts Creek Township Foundation Fund. more»
Nearly two years ago Sunbury Textile Mills sat surrounded by water as Tropical Storm Lee dumped more than 12-inches of rain over five days. Operations shut down, and the company's 200 employees were unable to work; lost wages exceeding $36,000 per day. more»
Quick Action by Rail Employees Averts Derailment as Railroad Bed Washes Out.
Rain, showers, and thunderstorms. It's been that kind of summer and Thursday, June 27 in the Beech Creek-Blanchard area of Clinton and Centre Counties was no different. Actually it was different - it was worse. Early evening tornado warnings were reported and a thunderstorm cell was plainly evident on the TV weather maps. more»
David S. Runk, President and CEO of West Milton State Bank recently presented Michael O’Keefe, President and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital with a check for $5,000 to support the Hospital’s Charity Care Program.
David S. Runk, President and CEO of West Milton State Bank recently presented Michael O’Keefe, President and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital with a check for $5,000 to support the Hospital’s Charity Care Program. more»
Pictured from left to right: Michael O’Keefe, President and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital, Sheila Packer, Director of Evangelical Community Health and Wellness, Dawn Spuesens, Health Initiatives Representative, East Central Division, American Cancer Society, Megan Bollinger, Evangelical Community Health Coordinator, and Pam Foresman, Income Development Representative, East Central Division, American Cancer Society.
Evangelical Community Hospital has been awarded the American Cancer Society® Excellence in Workplace Tobacco Control Award joining an elite list of other recognized companies and organizations since the award series began in 2010. more»
Dental services for the un/underinsured, exercise and nutrition for at-risk individuals, and child abuse prevention education are among the areas of need being addressed by grants just awarded by The Blue Ribbon Foundation of Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania. more»
Ten Lycoming County women have come together to participate in an exciting new philanthropic program. The women, all with varying charitable interests, have committed a total of $250,000 to endow the “Pearls with a Passion Fund” at the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania. more»
Accepting the Community Transportation Excellence Award on behalf of SEDA-COG were (l. to r.) Dennis Robinson, Executive Director, SEDA-COG; and Tom Grbenick. Also pictured: Jack Machek, President and CEO, 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania.
SEDA-COG’s Lake Augusta Gateway Corridor Plan has received a 2013 Community Transportation Excellence Award from 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania. 10,000 Friends is among the state’s leading advocates for responsible and efficient land use within Pennsylvania communities. more»
Damaged bridge is in background, behind flooded Loyalsock Bridge. (Photo courtesy of Tank Baird.)
A contract to rebuild the Loyalsock Creek Bridge, between Montoursville and Williamsport has been awarded to Glenn O. Hawbaker, a heavy construction company headquartered in State College, PA. The contract award was approved by PennDOT's Bureau of Rail Freight Assistance. more»
Several measures illustrate the impact of rail service in the Lock Haven/Mill Hall area of Clinton County - more shippers, more rail facilities, etc. But job figures at two of the region’s chemical companies particularly stand out. more»
This nation faces a frightening prospect. Our lack of investment in early childhood education adversely impacts this country's ability to create high-value jobs and compete globally. When we don't value investments in children early on in life, it has adverse implications. more»
Four Central Pennsylvania communities will receive federal Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funds for bicycle/pedestrian projects and activities related to safer routes for non-drivers. A total of $1,875,167 has been awarded through the SEDA-COG Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and PennDOT. more»
L to R – Stephen D. Keener, President and CEO, Little League International; Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour and Senator Yaw
State Senator Gene Yaw (R-23), along with his colleagues in the Senate, today recognized Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour of Williamsport upon being named the first woman to chair the Board of Directors for Little League Baseball International. more»
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has made a few changes regarding programs for small businesses, changes which can lead to more opportunity for companies pursuing state contracts. The changes will be fully presented and discussed at SEDA-COG's “new and improved” seminar on Doing Business with the Commonwealth, June 14 and July 18. more»
Leadership Lycoming team members (l. to r.) - Megan Lehman, Sherry Paulhamus, Greg Harrison, Heather Willis Lewis, Stacie Schearer, Jamie Snyder (Joseph Geffe absent)
On May 21, 2013, the Leadership Lycoming Class of 2013 presented its Community projects to Leadership advisors, board members and project agency leaders during a reception at the Professional Development Center on the Campus of Pennsylvania College of Technology. more»
One of the lesser known responsibilities of municipal officials is contract negotiations for cable television franchises. SEDA-COG has scheduled a series of meetings in June to educate elected and non-elected officials about their rights and potential benefits related to the negotiating process. more»