Lycoming County

Williamsport Police Patrol Log for Monday, Sept. 10

1 year 49 weeks ago

Williamsport Police Patrol Log for Monday, Sept. 10 - Williamsport Police responded to the following dispatches: more»

Anadarko to Upgrade Sections of Two State Roads in Lycoming County

1 year 49 weeks ago

Motorists in Lycoming County are advised that highway construction contractors working for Anadarko Petroleum will upgrade sections of two state roads over the coming weeks.

All work is scheduled to start next week.

The repairs slated for Lycoming County include: more»

Brooklyn Man Jailed for Alleged PFA Violation in Muncy

1 year 50 weeks ago

Brooklyn Man Jailed for Alleged PFA Violation in Muncy - PSP Montoursville arrested a New York resident following an incident over the weekend in Muncy Creek Township. Trooper Doebler said on Aug. more»

Lycoming College students take on Italy for spring 2012 semester

August 30, 2012


By Cody Marshall
Editor in Chief/ Lycourier


One of Lycoming College’s greatest assets, the study abroad program offers a wide variety of opportunities for its students to study in many different countries and cultures.

Curiosity marks another milestone for NASA’s Mars rover program

August 30, 2012


By Cody Marshall
Lycourier Editor in Chief

Move-In Crew assists Lycoming College Class of 2016

August 30, 2012


By Cody Marshall
Lycourier/Editor in Chief


Every year, freshmen arrive on campus with cars full of clothes, school materials and furniture. It has become a tradition at Lycoming College for upperclassmen to take part in the freshmen move-in process.

Student food critics dine at Triangle Tavern

August 30, 2012

By John Piazza and Jehiel Boner
Lycourier Staff

The Triangle Tavern, located on Washington Boulevard, is an Italian-American restaurant that has served the Williamsport area for over 50 years. If a quick glance at the exterior doesn’t leave you interested enough to enter the establishment, then a short inquiry about it should be.

Lycourier welcomes new staff for the 2012-2013 school year

August 30, 2012

    This year, The Lycourier, is being run by an almost entirely new editorial staff. This year’s staff is eager to get the paper rolling and start off on a good note.

Campus Carnival promises day of fun

August 30, 2012


By Julia Cuddahy
Entertainment Editor


Lycoming College will host their annual Campus Carnival from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Depending on the weather, the carnival will either be held on the quad or, if there is a chance of rain, the Recreation Center.

IFC hosting ‘Perfect Party’ for freshmen

August 30, 2012


By Justin Ossont
Sports Editor

Textbook rentals a step in the right direction, but long way to go

August 30, 2012


By Tory Irwin
Opinion Editor/Webmaster


One of the biggest hassles of coming back to school is figuring out how you’re going to afford all those textbooks, especially for classes that don’t count for your major. I don’t know about you, but as an English major, I don’t plan on holding onto “Pathways to Astronomy” for any longer than necessary.

Voting in 2012: choosing the lesser of two evils?

August 30, 2012


By Megan Sullivan
Lycourier Staff

"Perks" is a film to look out for

August 30, 2012

By Tory Irwin
Opinion Editor/Webmaster

As the books-turned-to-movies trend continues, it looks like Hermione Granger is popping up in another film adaption of a popular novel. But don’t expect her to pull out her wand and cast any spells.
Emma Watson is taking the lead female role as Sam in “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”, due in theaters Sept. 21.

Meet the director

August 30, 2012


By Taylor Kendra
Lycourier Staff


As the semester begins, Lycoming welcomes Dr. Biliana Stoycheva-Horissian (or “Dr. B”, as she will soon be known) to the Theatre Department.  She will be both a professor and the director of one of this year’s four productions.  

Warriors aim for MAC Title

August 30, 2012
By Justin Ossont
Lycourier Sports Editor 

Women’s soccer: Ready to be fearless

August 30, 2012
By Justin  Ossont
Lycourier Sports Editor


After a disappointing season last year, the Lady Warriors have had time to look themselves in the mirror to prepare for a grueling season that includes a battle with the number one team in Division III women’s soccer: the Messiah College Falcons.

College completes “Drive for Turf” project

August 30, 2012


By Justin Ossont
Lycourier Sports Editor

Motorcyclist Killed in Three-Vehicle Washington Township Crash

1 year 51 weeks ago

Motorcyclist Killed in Three-Vehicle Washington Township Crash - PSP Montoursville say a New Cumberland man was killed following a crash on Route 44. Trooper Daniel Kozak said on Aug. 23, Kenneth L. Bolinger, 67, was traveling southbound, negotiating a right curve on that highway when his vehicle entered into the opposing traffic lane. more»

Williamsport Woman Jailed Following Alleged Theft Spree

1 year 51 weeks ago

Williamsport Woman Jailed Following Alleged Theft Spree - PSP Montoursville took a 49-year-old city woman into custody and committed her to jail for items she allegedly stole over the weekend. Trooper Brandon Schrawder said shortly before 5 p.m. on Aug. more»

Weapon found, removed from Williamsport high school campus

1 year 51 weeks ago

Weapon found, removed from Williamsport high school campus - On the morning of Monday, Aug. 20, a member of the Williamsport Area School District football staff located a small, unloaded handgun in the locker room at the high school. The Williamsport Bureau of Police was immediately contacted and responded, taking custody of this item. more»

Lock Haven Man Jailed After Multiple Charges in Piatt Township Incident

2 years 4 days ago

Lock Haven Man Jailed After Multiple Charges in Piatt Township Incident - A 35-year-old man is jailed on charges of allegedly trespassing, resisting arrest and fleeing and eluding police following an incident last week in Piatt Township. more»

Motorcyclist Sustains Major Injury in Clinton Township Crash; Alcohol Suspected

2 years 1 week ago

Motorcyclist Sustains Major Injury in Clinton Township Crash; Alcohol Suspected - PSP Montoursville suspect alcohol consumed by a Harrisburg man may have caused him to crash last week. Trooper Johnathan Buynak said around 7 p.m. on Aug. more»

Montoursville Motorcyclist a Fatality in Loyalsock Township Crash

2 years 1 week ago

Montoursville Motorcyclist a Fatality in Loyalsock Township Crash - PSP Montoursville say a driver operating a motorcycle during the early morning hours crashed and died. Investigator Daniel Young said Micah C. Eggerton, 24, was northbound on Northway Road shortly before 2 a.m. this morning when he started to negotiate a left hand curve. more»

Alleged Drug Possession Charges Filed Against Muncy Man

2 years 2 weeks ago

Alleged Drug Possession Charges Filed Against Muncy Man - PSP Montoursville filed multiples charges against a 22-year-old man last month. Cpl. Derron Farber said Allen J. more»

Possible Tornado Recorded in Muncy

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2 years 3 weeks ago

Possible formation of a tornado in southeastern Lycoming County.

Our Town Muncy Documentary Preproduction/Wipe Board Meeting; All Muncy Residents Invited

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2 years 5 weeks ago
WVIA Our Town producer, Lisa Mazzarella, speaks to a group of interested Muncians during a second informational meeting held July 12 at the Muncy High School.

WVIA invites Muncy residents to the “Our Town Muncy” documentary film preproduction/Wipe Board meeting, which will occur Wednesday, July 18 at 5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church located at 602 South Market Street. more»

James Stugart Photo Gallery

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1 year 34 weeks ago
Skunk makes a holiday visit. (Photo by James Stugart)

James Stugart loves being outside and photographing wild animals.

Mirabito makes aviation unit part of state budget debate

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Burglary in McIntyre Township

2 years 9 weeks ago

Burglary in McIntyre Township - PSP Montoursville continue to investigate a burglary that occurred last month in McIntyre Township. Trooper Sean Cooney said on May 31, between 10 a.m. and 4:15 p.m., someone entered the 34 Thompson Street residence of Delores Brown. Cooney said the individual entered through the front door and stole several items before fleeing the scene.

Lycoming County earns Jail Overcrowding Best Practices Award

2 years 9 weeks ago
Lycoming County Prison (Photo by Joan Wheal Blank)

Lycoming County recently earned recognition as the recipient of the Jail Overcrowding Best Practices Award by the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) for their respective jail and leadership efforts for implementing best practices that resulted in reducing county jail populations and overcrowding issues. This is the fourth year that CCAP has presented the awards. more»

Mirabito introduces bill to help create more Marcellus Shale jobs

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

House Democratic Policy Committee hears from human service advocates

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Mirabito to host Policy Committee hearing on state budget

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Burglary Reported in Wolf Township, Hughesville

2 years 13 weeks ago

Burglary Reported in Wolf Township, Hughesville - PSP Montoursville continue to investigate a burglary which occurred shortly after 6:30 p.m. on May 15. Trooper Christine Fye said two people entered through a window of the Boak Avenue residence of Kyle Marc Houseknecht, 24. more»

Mirabito proposes resolution to return aviation unit to Williamsport

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Mirabito votes to close Delaware Loophole and reduce CNI

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

House Democrats unveil Marcellus Compact to fix flawed shale drilling law

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Lycourier staff bids farewell to Jan

April 23, 2012



By Julia Cuddahy
Lycourier Staff


This semester Lycoming College says farewell to Lycourier’s adviser, Janice L. Ogurcak. Beginning in 2000, Ogurcak has been working for Lycoming’s newspaper.

“When I first started here,” Ogurcak said, “the newspaper was in a tabloid format, originally half the size of a regular newspaper.”

C. Marshall named Lycourier Editor in Chief for 2012-2013

April 23, 2012


By Cody Marshall
Opinion Editor/Lycourier


As next year’s editor-in-chief, I can say that I am excited to tackle this position for the Lycourier. Being the opinion editor this year has prepared me for what I will be expected to do in my future with the newspaper.

Dining services celebrate Earth Day

April 23, 2012


By Victoria Irwin
Lycourier Staff


Lycoming College’s dining hall celebrated Earth Day 2012 with the college’s first local foods dinner.

College announces new meal plans; four options available for next year

April 23, 2012


By Julia Cuddahy
Lycourier Staff


Next semester the dining hall will be different once again. This time the changes are mainly concentrated in the meal plans. Instead of the standard three plans, there will be four.

“Plan A: Carte Blanche” is the usual unlimited meal plan that freshman are required to purchase.

Honors Convocation recognizes students, faculty

April 23, 2012
Photo ProvidedThe winners of the two faculty awards pose with Lycoming College President Dr. James E.

Joseph Andrie named Chieftan

April 23, 2012


By Victoria Irwin
Lycourier Staff


Lycoming College senior Joe Andrie, a biology major with minors in chemistry and Spanish, received the Chieftain Award during the Honors Convocation ceremony on Sunday.

Students voted for one of five candidates who were nominated for the award.

Students go barefoot for good cause

April 23, 2012


By Victoria Irwin
Lycourier Staff


Many Lycoming students have stepped forward to help children in need. Students did personal shopping and also are donating to a good cause: they have signed up to participate in the college sponsored TOMS shoes decorating day, scheduled Thursday, April 19, on the Quad from 11am-1pm.

Students test limits at ‘Fear Factor’

April 23, 2012

 Robert Rinaldo/ Lycourier

Dance Club ‘Owns the Night’ at spring show

April 23, 2012
Photo Provided by Kristy AngstadtAt left, senior Daniel Angstadt and freshman Megan Cunningham perform a

Saying good-bye to the ‘Lycourier’

April 23, 2012

By Aliza Davner
Editor-In-Chief 

Well Lycoming, here we are — the end of the road. I like to think of it as the end of an era, but I’m afraid that might come off as a bit too pretentious.

Senior staff spotlight: Aliza Davner

April 23, 2012


By Robert Rinaldo
Lycourier Staff


Aliza Davner, a senior English Literature major with a double minor in philosophy and German, will retire from her current position as editor-in-chief of the Lycourier at the end of the semester.
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