South Williamsport – Where some may have found cause for rivalry, a group of neighbors in South Side are working together to provide parking for as many as 70 cars a day during the Little League World Series.
Storms hit Central Pennsylvania with alarming ferocity – blocking roads and felling trees. But when a tree falls on area utility lines, who is responsible to remove them?
A photogenic Great Egret has been hanging around Indian Park in Montoursville, eager, it would seem, to have its photo taken. Melissa Holland of Hughesville, Pa., says she was able to get close--within 10 or 15 feet--to capture this lovely shot.
South Williamsport – Michael T. Martin and John Mashburn hadn’t seen each other for 10 years, when they were umpires for the 2009 Little League World Series.
Editor's note: Lycoming County’s homeless population is often overlooked and includes people from a myriad of backgrounds. On the PULSE finishes an examination of the local issue with a look at how organizations who help the homeless are funded. Below, find links to interviews with the six i…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Lycoming County’s homeless population often is overlooked and full of people from a myriad of backgrounds. Here On the PULSE finishes a week-long series on the local issue with its last of six different profiles on individuals struggling with homelessness.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Lycoming County’s homeless population often is overlooked and full of people from a myriad of backgrounds. On the PULSE will run a week-long series on the local issue including six different profiles on individuals struggling with homelessness.
Selling Executive Plaza, 330 Pine St., has long been on the Lycoming County commissioners’ to-do list. Though the opportunity to sell grows closer, a few more hurdles lie in the way, including how to handle the city-owned parking lot behind the building.
The 2020 census is fast approaching and while many headlines are filled with debate over the constitutionality of a citizenship question, a poor census turnout could mean the loss of thousands in funding for counties and municipalities throughout the region.