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House Bill 318 was unanimously approved by state legislators and the governor in early October, but was not scheduled to take effect until December 3. Now, Pennsylvania has a new and improved Do-Not-Call (DNC) law that covers a more than the minimum federal requirements.

The 38-foot Evangelical Community Hospital bus was introduced last year to bring healthcare to rural communities across the Susqhehanna Valley. The bus has space for blood screenings, wellness education outreach, and specialty care such as primary, women's health and cardiac health visits.


The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has caught a website selling fraudulent dog licenses as well as paying search engines to put their website in the top results for queries such as "Pennsylvania dog license" or "renew PA dog license."

The Sunbury Rotary Club named Robert "Bob" Zimmerman Jr. the Sunbury Citizen of the Year last week. The award is presented each year to an individual in the community who exemplifies the Rotary Club's motto of "service above self," and includes a free year of membership to the club.

Both more infectious and infinitely more fun than the flu, the Williamsport Business Association and Lycoming Arts invite you to Catch the Holiday Spirit from December 13 through December 15! With live music spreading cheerful energy through the air and a holiday window decorating contest se…

Alabaster Coffee Roaster’s “Community Tap” has supported a different non-profit every month for the last several months. November’s Community Cup was a delicious Campfire Cappuccino which supported Camp Susque’s scholarship fund. The Campfire Cappuccino was very well received! With help from…

Pennsylvania dog licenses for 2020 are now available at the Lycoming County Treasurer's office at 33 West Third Street in Williamsport. State law requires all dogs three months or older to be licensed by January 1 of each year, with a fine of up to $300 for those who do not license their dog…

Faith-based institutions and nonprofit organizations will be eligible for grants to boost security at their facilities under a new law approved by the General Assembly and signed by the governor.

LOCK HAVEN, Pa.  — Lock Haven University will hold a community health fair from 1-6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, on Ivy Lane on the LHU campus. In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held in Rogers Gymnasium.

LOCK HAVEN, Pa. — Lock Haven University’s Center for Global Engagement and the Mill Hall Post Office will host a “Passport Day” from 9 am to 3 pm on Wednesday, October 9, 2019, in the Parson’s Union Building (PUB) room No. 4, on the campus of LHU.