Williamsport

Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing

December 31, 1969

Foreign Affairs Full Committee

Hearing: Export Control Reform: The Agenda Ahead

Witnesses: more»

Townhall Meeting

December 31, 1969

This will be a townhall meeting via telephone, hosted from my Washington, D.C. office.

Alert: News Conference on Wednesday from New World of Little League to be Streamed Live

May 9, 2013
A news conference planned for noon, Eastern U.S. time, on Wednesday, April 24, will be available to anyone worldwide via the Internet, as Little League International makes a special announcement concerning the new World of Little League: Peter J. McGovern Museum and Official Store.

Mix, Raymond A.

1 year 3 days ago

Raymond A. Mix, 73, of Quiggleville, died Saturday, April 20, 2013 at home.

Born October 13, 1939, he was a son of the late Chester and Christine (Foster) Mix. He married Joyce E. Cook and would have celebrated 45 years together on August 10. more»

Brown, Willard B. "Brownie"

1 year 4 days ago

Willard B. "Brownie" Brown

Willard B. "Brownie" Brown, 75, of Williamsport and formerly of Cogan Station, passed away Friday, April 19, 2013 at the Gatehouse.

He was born May 5, 1937 in Coopersburg, the son of Raymond and Mabel (Minneger) Brown.

Willard was employed almost his entire life at AVCO retiring in 1996. more»

Smouse, Dorothy E.

1 year 4 days ago

Dorothy E. Smouse

(February 3, 1928 - April 19, 2013)

Dorothy E. Smouse, 85, formerly of Williamsport, passed away Friday April 19, 2013, at Sycamore Manor Health Center in Montoursville.

She was born in Bellefonte on Feb. 3, 1928, a daughter of Paul D. Sr. and Claudine B. (Smith) Eberhart. more»

Thompson Announces Alexander P. Langer, of Titusville, Has Accepted an Appointment to the U.S. Air Force Academy

December 31, 1969

Titusville, Pa.— U.S. Representative Glenn `GT’ Thompson, R-Howard, today announced that Alexander P. Langer, of Titusville, Pa., has accepted a fully qualified appointment to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy. Alex is the son of Michael and Emilee Langer of Titusville, Pa., and the late Marcy Weiss-Langer of Greensburg, Pa. more»

Little League International Salutes the Efforts, Commitment of its Volunteers During National Volunteer Week

May 9, 2013
In recognition of National Volunteer Week, we celebrate the opportunity and reflect on the influence that Little League volunteers have had on generations of children throughout the world. Little League volunteers understand that “no task is too small,” and relate to the mantra - “We do what has to be done in support of the children” - regardless of the size and location of their neighborhood.

'The Impossible' deserved a shot at Best Picture -- and Best Actress

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**** (out of four)

“The Impossible” is a stunning reminder that we don’t go to the movies merely to be entertained.

This film about the 2004 tsunami is one of the most shattering experiences I’ve had in a theater. more»

Round Hills Elementary to Offer Final Public Tour

1 year 1 day ago

Round Hills Elementary School will host an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 27, for anyone who would like to take a final tour of the building. more»

Baseball Hall of Famer Dave Winfield to Attend Little League Urban Initiative Jamboree in National City, California

May 9, 2013
Dave Winfield, a 2001 inductee of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y., will join Little Leaguers at the Southern California Little League Urban Initiative Jamboree on April 27, 2013. The Jamboree, hosted by Las Palmas Little League, runs from April 26-28 in National City, Calif, just outside of San Diego.

Tory Irwin to replace Cody Marshall as Editor in Chief

April 21, 2013

This year, Cody Marshall will be stepping down as the Lycourier Editor in Chief. Cody Marshall will be replaced by junior Tory Irwin.

Students, community members take on Warrior Challenge

April 21, 2013

On Sunday, April 7, Lycoming College Campus Activities Board and Intramurals teamed up to host the first ever Warrior Extreme Challenge.

Habitat travels for Spring Break Trip 2013

April 21, 2013

Cory Trego
Staff Writer

 While most students headed home for a week of relaxation over spring break, twenty two students and three advisors from Lycoming College took a trip to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to work with a local chapter of Habitat for Humanity.

Reactions to CAB concert show lack of support for students

April 21, 2013

Tory Irwin
Opinion Editor

Last Thursday, I worked a long day helping with preparations for the Mac Miller concert (as well as selling concessions prior to, during, and after the show and helping a small amount with tear down). This marked my third year assisting with the CAB-sponsored concert.

One last thought: Saying goodbye to the Class of 2013 with some classic advice

April 21, 2013

Tory Irwin
Opinion Editor

It’s hard to believe we’re at the end of another school year. And for me, that means that I’ll soon be a senior (and as you’ve witnessed before if you read my columns, I’m kind of freaking out on the inside about that).

The Hook-Up: Rumrunners

April 21, 2013

Jehiel Boner
Lycourier Staff

We are all familiar with the Jimmy Buffett song about liking piña coladas and getting caught in the rain and frankly if you’ve spend any amount of time in Williamsport, you are probably tired of rain and in need of a tropical drink to lift your spirits.

Senior Goodbyes

April 21, 2013

Brandon Sellers, 
English Lit. and Political Science


Congratulations to each and every one of us.  Good luck to everyone choosing to continue their education, as well as to those job-seekers and job-holders.

Kim Dreese: College Life Editor says goodbye

April 21, 2013

On May 5th, I will walk through the Oliver Sterling memorial gates and officially say goodbye to Lycoming College and its team of talented

The Hook-Up: Hana Asian Bistro whips up great food and cocktails

April 21, 2013

John Piazza
Staff Writer

This past week, we visited the newly established Hana Asian Bistro at 2019 East 3rd Street right off of the Golden Strip in Williamsport. We are always interested in new restaurants in the area and are always excited to see how they measure up. Fortunately, Hana did not disappoint.

Lycoming Equestrian Club Revamps Program

April 21, 2013

Julia Cuddahy
Entertainment Editor

Brave students conquer second annual Fear Factor

April 21, 2013

Kimberly Dreese
College Life Editor

Students Terrell Nixon and Cody Marshall won the second annual Fear Factor competition in Lamade Gymnasium on Mar. 20 after participating in a grueling series of races and events.  

“It was the most disgusting thing I’ve ever done,” winner Marshall said after the event.

Club Spotlight: Fencing Club says Engarde!

April 21, 2013

Taylor Kendra
Staff Writer

Steel on steel reverberates through the Rec Center as the Lycoming College Fencing Club practices for their upcoming tournament.  Dr. Michael Gaylor, or “Maestro,” instructs the club on form, strategy, and mindset.

‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ exceeds expectations

April 21, 2013

Alycia Lucio
Staff Writer

Many of you know the acclaimed “Lord of the Rings” series, directed by Peter Jackson, in which we follow Frodo Baggins on his journey to Mount Doom.

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ Entrances Lyco Audiences

April 21, 2013

Taylor Kendra
Staff Writer

Lycoming College’s “Arsenic and Old Lace” opened April 10 in the Mary L Welch Theatre.  The show was directed by Dr. Biliana Stoytcheva-Horrissian.

Warriors fall to No. 18 Widener Pride in Lax

April 21, 2013

Justin Ossont
Sports Editor 

The Lycoming College Warriors thought they had a chance to cause an upset in a lacrosse game.  The problem was that they were facing the 18th nationally ranked Widener University Pride.  They suffered a 15-1 blowout, but thanks to senior Tom Lurie ended the Warriors possible shut out with a goal.

Lady Warriors lose to mighty Pride

April 21, 2013

Justin Ossont
Sports Editor

Opinion: Warrior Extreme Challenge sends Lyco into the era of extreme runs

April 21, 2013


Justin Ossont
Sports Editor

Many people on Lycoming College’s campus have heard about extreme runs such as Tough Mudder, Spartan Races, Zombie Runs, or even Warrior Races.  Well the Recreation department at Lycoming wanted to put a twist on all of that with the first ever Warrior Extreme Challenge.

Senior Goodbye: The stadium lights go out

April 21, 2013

Justin Ossont
Sports Editor

Four years of studying and countless sleepless nights and the only thing I will be receiving is a $160,000 piece of paper.  I am just kidding.  These past four years have been something that I will treasure the rest of my life.  There are so many people to thank in this farewell.

Honda Donation Helps Preserve Baseball and Softball Season for Staten Island Little League

May 9, 2013
Honda, the official vehicle sponsor of Little League® and national sponsor since 1996, donated $50,000 to the Staten Island Little League to help rebuild their baseball facilities, which were severely impacted by Hurricane Sandy. With Honda’s donation, storm ravaged fields, bleachers and dugouts will be repaired in time for the league’s 32-team opening day on April 20th.

'42' In a League of Its Own

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'42' a Stirring Tribute to Jackie Robinson

***1/2 (out of four)

Thanks to “A League of Their Own,” everybody knows there’s no crying in baseball.

But there is crying in baseball movies -- at least for the audience. more»

Little League Baseball and Softball Bolsters Communications Staff with New Director of Media Relations and Web Development Manager

May 9, 2013
Stephen D. Keener, President and Chief Executive Officer of Little League Baseball and Softball announced today the addition of Brian McClintock, Director of Media Relations, and Mike Weslosky, Web Development Manager, to the Communications Department at Little League International in South Williamsport, Pa.

Metague, Hector J. “Joe”

1 year 1 week ago

Hector J. “Joe” Metague

Hector J. “Joe” Metague, 95, of Williamsport, passed away Wednesday, April 17, 2013. more»

Winters, John C.

1 year 2 weeks ago

John C. Winters

John C. Winters, 53, of Williamsport, passed peacefully from his home at the West House Personal Care Home into eternal life Tuesday, April 9, 2013. He formerly lived at Insingers Personal Care Home.

Born September 27, 1959 in Williamsport, he was a son of Walter R., Jr. and Hilda (Anderson) Winters. more»

Discussing our mental health system in the context of public safety and violence prevention

December 31, 1969

Earlier today speaking from the House floor, I discussed our mental health system in the context of violence prevention. more»

Cutters Announce New Opportunity for Area Non-Profits

1 year 6 days ago

The Williamsport Crosscutters are proud to announce Charitable Tuesdays as a new community effort for the 2013 season. more»

Marino Drops Bill to Increase Affordable Energy

1 year 6 days ago

U.S. Representative Tom Marino (R-PA) introduced legislation that will enable the development of necessary infrastructure for more efficient production and delivery of affordable energy across the country. more»

Phillies Minor League Review

1 year 6 days ago

Review for April 4-14, 2013
*= former Williamsport Crosscutter

Players of the Week more»

Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research to Host Course

1 year 6 days ago

Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research will offer a short course: Remediation and Field Reclamation Day on Monday, May 13, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport. more»

Pop/Folk Band, Har-di-Har to Debut at Bullfrog Brewery.

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1 year 6 days ago

The independent pop/folk band, Har-di-Har will debut in Williamsport on May 20 at the Bullfrog Brewery. In a time when both electronic music and "the duo" are becoming extremely popular forms of making music, Har-di-Har sets themselves apart. They use no loop pedals or samples, and yet they create the sound of a four-piece band. more»

Fink, Maxine F.

1 year 1 week ago

Maxine F. Fink

Maxine F. Fink, 81, of Williamsport, went to be with the Lord, Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at Sycamore Manor Health Center, surrounded by her family. more»

Family FUNKtion and the Sitar Jams to Perform at Bullfrog Brewery

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Family FUNKtion and the Sitar Jams

Family FUNKtion and the Sitar Jams, a world jam trio from Western New York, will perform a free show at 10 p.m. May 3 at the Bullfrog Brewery, 229 W 4th St, Williamsport, PA 17701. more»

Marino drops bill to increase affordable energy

December 31, 1969

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 17, 2013 more»

Little League Baseball World Series Ump Tunes Up at LLI Umpire School

May 9, 2013
“I don’t think I’m going to wear out my shoes, I’m still walking on air.” That’s how Chuck Latini, a U.S. postal clerk from Ewing, N.J., has been gliding ever since he got the news that he was going to be umpiring in the 2013 Little League Baseball World Series.

Reps. Thompson, Lynch Introduce the POW/MIA Accounting and Recovery Support Act of 2013

December 31, 1969

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson (R-PA) has joined U.S. Representative Stephen F. Lynch (D-MA) to introduce H.R. more»

Newberry Little League to Open Season

1 year 1 week ago

Newberry Field of Dreams Mural to be Celebrated 

The festivities begin at 11:00 am at Shultz Field located on the corner of Mosser Avenue and Arch Street. The Opening Ceremonies will start at Noon. more»

Passenger Leads Police on Foot Pursuit in Loyalsock Township

1 year 1 week ago

Passenger Leads Police on Foot Pursuit in Loyalsock Township - A 26-year-old man was charged by Montoursville State Police with multiple crimes following an incident last week in Loyalsock Township. Trooper Daniel Kozak said around 10:10 p.m. on April 12, a traffic stop was conducted on Northway Road at Lincoln Drive. more»

Marchese, Harry Jr.

1 year 1 week ago

Harry Marchese Jr., of Williamsport, died Sunday, April 14, 2013, at Roseview Center.

Born Sep. 24, 1934, in Williamsport, he was a son to the late Harry and Mary (Orso) Marchese. more»

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