Williamsport – The Lycoming County commissioners’s first official public meeting was full of personnel changes, policy amendments and projected plans for the future. It was Commissioner Scott Metzger’s first Thursday meeting. A work session was held Tuesday.
The City Council was informed Thursday night of personnel changes within the government of the City of Williamsport. William E. Nichols, Jr., former city finance director and head of River Valley Transit Authority is no longer employed with the city.
Derek Slaughter has nearly completed his first week in office after taking the formal Mayoral oath on Monday in a ceremony at City Hall. The large desk on the third floor corner office has a plaque bearing his name, but after four days, the office is still relatively bare. The to-do list, ho…
The County of Lycoming, City of Williamsport held their inaugural ceremony for elected and appointed officials and Borough and Township officials in the Community Arts Center, Williamsport at 10 a.m. Friday.
Lycoming County will hold an Inaugural Ceremony to welcome all County, City, Township, and Borough officials elected into office during the 2019 general election, as well as County and City appointed officials. The ceremony will take place on Friday, January 3, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Co…
For the first time anyone in Lycoming County government can remember, many voters in Williamsport will be assigned new polling places starting with the April 28, 2020 primary election.
Residents in Centre and Clinton counties are invited to visit with State Representative Stephanie Borowicz and her team at one of two upcoming district office Christmas Open Houses.
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State Senator Gene Yaw (R-23) has extended an invitation to those living in Bradford, Lycoming, Sullivan, Susquehanna, and Union counties to join a Telephone Town Hall event on Monday, November 18th, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The telephone format allows communities to participate in a discussion…
The Lycoming County Commissioners have scheduled three public outreach meetings this month to offer county residents the chance to ask about the proposed 2020 Lycoming County Budget. The budget proposal will be available for the public to view starting on November 19 on the County Website.
Towanda, Pa. – Satellite office hours in Sullivan county planned for November and December will give Northern Tier residents access to state government-related services offered by Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna).
In April of 2018, the Department of State informed Pennsylvania counties they had until the end of 2019 to select new voting systems that provide a paper record. So far at least 53 counties, or 79%, have taken official action toward selecting a new voting system, and 45 counties, or 67%, use…
Lycoming County Board of Commissioners will be accepting applications for a variety of Lycoming County Board openings until December 31, 2019.
The unofficial results for Lycoming County’s municipal election show that just over 38% of the county’s 67,854 registered voters turned out to the polls on Tuesday. Nearly 70% voted Republican, 26.5% voted Democrat and about 3% were Independent.
The election results won't be official and certified until all write-ins are counted, but the unofficial results can be found following the links below.
EDITOR’S NOTE: On the PULSE asked the Lycoming County commissioner candidates three questions pertaining to the county deficit, the drug epidemic, and local opportunities for youth. We have published their responses to one of the questions each week leading up to Election Day. This is the fi…
A lack of women on Lycoming County boards has raised allegations of discrimination and a “good ol’ boys” environment in county government, a claim that two of the county commissioners adamantly reject.
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives approved Senate Bill 421 on October 29, 2019, in an effort to modernize and improve Pennsylvania's elections. The bill establishes mail-in voting, eliminates the straight-party ticket option from ballots, helps to fund the acquisition of new voting m…
Voters in Lycoming County will get another chance to hear what their candidates have to say in a forum on Tuesday evening before heading to the polls for the General Election on November 5, 2019.
EDITOR’S NOTE: On the PULSE asked the Lycoming County commissioner candidates three questions pertaining to the county deficit, the drug epidemic, and local opportunities for youth. We will publish their responses to one of the questions each week leading up to Election Day. This is the seco…
Former Republican candidates for commissioner Dr Steve Brady, and Mr. Chad Riley, are both announcing their “candidacy” as write-in candidates for the November election for Lycoming County Commissioner.