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Muncy, Pa. — The mid-1770s were an untamed time for what would become Lycoming County. As the American Revolution raged, settlers were moving into this area of Central Pennsylvania. The Iroquois and Lenape tribes allied themselves with the British and regularly would attack the British enemi…

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A recent suicide at the Lycoming County Prison brings the total deaths in the prison to three in 2022. Since 2012, eight inmates have died in the county jail, according to the Lycoming County coroner. 

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a first-hand account of On the PULSE’s trip to Shirati, Tanzania, how it came to be and videos documenting the journey.

Enos Hawley was a local tanner and postmaster in Muncy who died at 84 in 1881. He is interred at the Muncy Cemetery with a rectangular stone that simply states his name and his date of birth and death – “June 10, 1799” and “Oct. 3, 1882.” 

The videography team at On the PULSE is about to embark on one of our most ambitious projects yet. In an effort to continue to produce unique content about the hidden stories within our community, our next endeavor takes us to the other side of the world.