COVID-19 Coverage

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Selinsgrove -- Susquehanna University has become the latest northcentral Pennsylvania college to announce a postponement for their spring Commencement ceremony. The University's 162nd Commencement, originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 13, has been pushed back to Sunday, August 9, beginnin…

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Church services are one of many institutions that have been impacted by the COVID-19 situation, but resilient believers have found ways around meeting restrictions using technology. Many, but not all churches have all of their Sermons archived on their websites, allowing easy access to those…

NorthcentralPa.com and the Lycoming County SPCA have partnered to bring you the Pet of the Week, featuring shelter animals in need of a forever home. Think adoption, think SPCA.

This is weird. I look around my house, and it looks the same. I watch the branches of trees bud just like they should in spring. The birds chirp, and the squirrels and rabbits play, just like they always do. And yet…

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Williamsport -- NorthcentralPa.com is proud to be included in the Pennsylvania Business Central's Top 100 Organizations for 2020. What began ten years ago as a community resource by Williamsport businesswoman Kathy Kolb, a pioneer in digital technology, has grown in to a trusted news outlet,…

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After much intense deliberation the Billtown Blues Association’s Board of Directors say they have come to the "extremely difficult decision" to cancel the 31st Annual Billtown Blues Festival slated for June 12-14, 2020 at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville, Pa.  

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The Lycoming County United Way believes in the power of a united community, and that’s why we are giving thanks for healthcare workers battling COVID-19 on the front lines. 

I was recently at a safety training seminar, and the instructor said, “We tend to believe that in a crisis people will rise to the occasion and meet the challenge, but that is not true. We only rise to the level of our training.”