Lycoming County

Local Youths Take Part in 2014 4-H State Achievement Days

6 days 5 hours ago
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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Seven youth from Lycoming County were among more than 600
4-H members from across Pennsylvania who took part in the annual 4-H State Achievement Days at Penn State’s University Park campus July 28-30. The theme this year was based on superheroes: With Great Power, Comes Great Responsibility! more»

Governor Corbett Announces Updated 12-Year Transportation Program

6 days 5 hours ago
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett

Gettysburg - Governor Tom Corbett announced today that the State Transportation Commission, building on the Act 89 transportation plan, has updated Pennsylvania’s 12-Year Transportation Program with a sizeable boost in much needed transportation improvements.  more»

Lycoming County Commissioner Jeff Wheeland Earns Award

6 days 5 hours ago
Lycoming County Commissioner Jeff Wheeland earned the 2014 CCAP President’s Award. Pictured, from left, are Lycoming County Commissioners Tony Mussare, Wheeland, and Ernie Larson. Image Provided.

Lycoming County Commissioner Jeff Wheeland earned the 2014 County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania President's Award at the CCAP annual conference in Lancaster this month. Wheeland also is chairman of CCAP's Energy, Environment and Land Use Committee. The presidential awards are given by the CCAP president to honor outstanding contributions and more»

PA Wilds Artisan Trail "Building Momentum"

2 weeks 1 day ago
Sample of PA Wilds Public Art, Faces of Freedom Mural Photo by Timothy Walck

 “Unexpected wow. Devastatingly beautiful views. Art creations of world class merit. more»

Join Us in Featuring Tourism in Lycoming County! Lycoming County Visitors Bureau holds Photo Contest

2 weeks 4 days ago
Photo submitted - Chipmunk by Cody Schamberg

The Lycoming County Visitors Bureau is conducting a photo contest beginning July 1, 2014 and running until December 31, 2014.  We are looking to you the visitors and residents to submit photos that feature tourism activities and attractions here in Lycoming County for the below categories.

  • People (example – family riding bikes on the Pine Creek Trail)

The People Spoke and DCNR Listened

2 weeks 6 days ago

HARRISBURG, July 30 – State Rep. Rick Mirabito, D-Lycoming, said today he is pleased that the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced it will seek public comment on an agreement to expand natural gas drilling in Loyalsock State Forest, but he has some concerns. more»

Free Online Computer Training Available until Year's End

3 weeks 2 days ago
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Free online computer training will be available for another five months through SEDA-COG’ s Online Broadband & Technology Training (OBTT) program.  To date nearly 300 individuals have registered for classes, and SEDA-COG can register another 300.  more»

HDPC Holds Hearing in Williamsport on Leasing State Lands for Drilling

3 weeks 2 days ago

WILLIAMSPORT, July 28 – Members of the House Democratic Policy Committee today heard from environmentalists and public interest advocates at a public hearing focusing on leasing state forests and parks for natural gas drilling, said state Rep. Rick Mirabito, D-Lycoming. more»

Officials Announce State Funding for Pollution, Sediment Reduction Project

4 weeks 1 day ago

HARRISBURG –State officials today announced an $821,212 low-interest loan through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Investment Authority (PENNVEST) that will assist a Union County dairy operation with pollution and sediment reduction efforts. more»

Mosquito Spraying Set for Lycoming County on July 23

4 weeks 2 days ago

Williamsport – The Department of Environmental Protection will apply treatments during the evening hours of Wednesday, July 23, in Loyalsock, Lycoming and Old Lycoming townships, Lycoming County, to control adult mosquito populations. more»

Mirabito Applauds Court Decision Restoring Private Property Rights

4 weeks 5 days ago

HARRISBURG, July 18 – State Rep. Rick Mirabito, D-Lycoming, applauded the Commonwealth Court opinion stating that the Public Utility Commission does not have the authority to review local drilling ordinances or to withhold impact fees from municipalities. more»

Mirabito Says PennDOT Hiring Temporary Employees

4 weeks 6 days ago

HARRISBURG, July 17 – State Rep. Rick Mirabito, D-Lycoming, wants area residents to know that the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is hiring temporary employees for its Winter Maintenance Program, which will run from September through April.  more»

Lycoming County Announces Funding for Community Parks

5 weeks 2 days ago

Lycoming County Government has established a Mini-Grant Program to fund a limited number of community park projects – up to $20,000 each – using a share of the County's Marcellus Shale Legacy Funds. These natural gas impact Legacy Funds were provided to the County for this purpose by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. more»

It's Time for NEPA to Rally Around Quality Early Childhood Education

5 weeks 3 days ago

Northeast Pennsylvania is famous for its work ethic and its can-do spirit. By combining forces, we can accomplish anything.

We believe strongly that productive, engaged and educated individuals are the building blocks of a strong community, but today, too many individuals are not reaching their potential. As a result, the region's economic vitality suffers. more»

PPL Electric Utilities Restoration Effort Continues

6 weeks 19 hours ago
Photo of storm damage on the corners of Memorial Ave and Oliver Street in Williamsport, PA.

Teri J. MacBride, PPL Regional Affairs Director  for the Susquehanna Valley recently released this statement to represent PPL's efforts in dealing with the ongoing storm damage: more»

Is it really an emergency?

6 weeks 1 day ago
Q. Thomas Novinger, M.D.,MBA, is Senior Medical Director for Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Image Provided.

Many of us have been in a situation where an accident or injury around the house - cutting a finger while preparing dinner or falling from a stepladder while cleaning or hanging decorations - leads to the question “should I go to the emergency room?” more»

Still Time to Register for Popular Energy Program to Earn Teaching Credits

6 weeks 5 days ago
Dr. David Simpson, Associate professor of physics and engineering technology at Bloomsburg University

Teachers who need professional development credits still have time to earn them while enjoying a fact-filled program about energy topics this summer at the Susquehanna Energy Information Center in Berwick, Pa. The Nuclear Energy Seminar for Teachers will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 28 through Aug. 1. more»

Lycoming Audubon Society Program for July 23, 2014

6 weeks 6 days ago
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On July 23rd at 6:00pm the annual Lycoming Audubon Society Picnic will be held at the pavilion at Rider Park on Caleb Creek Road, north of Warrensville.  This program is free and open to the public.  Please bring a dish to share as well a more»

Mirabito Says Budget Hurts Rural Pennsylvania

7 weeks 1 day ago
Rep. Rick Mirabito, D-Lycoming County

HARRISBURG, June 30 – State Rep. Rick Mirabito, D-Lycoming, said he couldn't vote for the 2014-15 state budget because it hurts the quality of life in rural Pennsylvania.

Mirabito said the budget does not restore massive funding cuts to hurting school districts that resulted in increased local property taxes throughout rural Pennsylvania. more»

Lycoming County Baseline Groundwater Quality Monitoring Program Rollout

13 weeks 6 days ago

The Lycoming County Board of Commissioners is pleased to announce the rollout of the County's Baseline Groundwater Quality Monitoring Program at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 15, at the Commissioners Board Room, first floor of the Executive Plaza, 330 Pine St., Williamsport, PA 17701. more»

Volunteer Opportunities in Northcentral PA

1 year 43 weeks ago
Jim Carn volunteers to repaint historic town signs in Northcentral Pennsylvania.

The following service opportunities exist in the region. Please click on the links provided for more information about each opportunity.  

Historic Bowman Field more»

State Police Troopers Receive Highest Award

2 years 11 weeks ago

Two Pennsylvania State Police Troopers Receive Highest Award
Individuals Honored for Actions in Berks and Lycoming Counties

Two Pennsylvania State Police troopers, who risked their lives in separate incidents in Berks and Lycoming counties, were honored today with the State Police Medal of Honor, the department’s highest award. more»

Two Men Arrested for Multiple Thefts and Burglaries in Clinton, Centre Counties

2 years 14 weeks ago

Two Men Arrested for Multiple Thefts and Burglaries in Clinton, Centre Counties – PSP Lamar charged a Jersey Shore man and a man from Blanchard in connection with alleged burglaries, thefts, and related crimes that took place two years ago. more»

Register Now for West Branch Susquehanna Sojourn

2 years 16 weeks ago
Paddle - Explore - Camp - Learn - Enjoy

Break out the paddles, get your campfire tales organized, and join us for an exciting trip May 19-24, 2012 through some of the most remote and lovely sections of the Upper West Branch of the Susquehanna River during our 6-day educational canoe/kayak trip! Paddle the entire trip, or a few's up to you! more»

Second Annual Challenge at Crystal Lake Benefits MVH Auxiliary

4 years 16 weeks ago

MUNCY–The second annual Challenge at Crystal Lake is scheduled for Sunday, May 16. more»

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