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Annual commencement in Muncy marks 138 years

June 6, 2018 MUNCY - A timeless memory and a time to celebrate brought seventy students together for the 138th commencement celebration on the front lawn of Muncy High School on Friday, June 1st. Starting at 6 p. more »»

 
 
 
Human trafficking: ‘Always be vigilant’ says director

June 6, 2018 MUNCY - “Be informed!” That was the message given last month to members of the Muncy Rotary when guest speaker, Rev. C. more »»

Family Heartworks program can help with sorrow and mourning

June 1, 2018 MUNCY - We all have something in common, and that is life and death. A baby being born or a new puppy brings joy to many, but all too often death can be difficult to handle. more »»

Veterans signed checks payable to America's citizens

June 1, 2018 HUGHESVILLE - "I recommend the military as a way of life," said Gene Otterbein, Sr., speaker at Memorial Day Services held in Pleasant Hill Cemetery at Hughesville. more »»

Brady Lodge donates items to veterans

May 23, 2018 MUNCY – With the organization’s mandate to aid the community, members of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) Brady Lodge #116 of Muncy, donated items to veterans at Orangeville Manor. more »»

Three locals awarded scholarships from Little League

May 23, 2018 WILLIAMSPORT - At its annual luncheon on Thursday, May 17, Little League International recognized the achievement of 10 Lycoming County high school seniors, awarding a total of $13,000 in scholarshi... more »»

Grace Speary celebrates ten decades

May 16, 2018 HUGHESVILLE - May 8, 2018 was a big day for Grace Speary. For on that day the mother of four children, turned 100. For 98 years, Grace was a resident of Muncy. more »»

FEMA buyout will improve Glade Run restoration

May 9, 2018 MUNCY — The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s buyout of the Waltman property at 113 N. Washington St. more »»

Small business owners get support at Covation Center

May 2, 2018 MUNCY - Last month the Muncy Professional Business Association (MPBA) introduced guest speaker, Stephan P. Brady director of the Covation Center in downtown Williamspor. more »»

Head coach needs to reapply for position

May 2, 2018 RUTH FRY/The Luminary The Muncy School District held an Athletic Committee Meeting last Wednesday in the high school auditorium with nearly 100 people to hear the decision concerning the renewal of... more »»

EPA grant will allow Muncy to improve flood mitigation

May 2, 2018 Lycoming County will receive an $800,000 revolving loan fund grant to support cleanup activities for Brownfield sites contaminated with hazardous substances. more »»

Local pharmacist introduces self-purification system for optimum health

April 25, 2018 MUNCY - Betsy Waddell of Muncy and a clinical and licensed pharmacist at Montgomery’s Pharmacy in Hughesville shared her wealth of knowledge on the human body with the public last month at the Muncy... more »»

Local archers compete with world's best

April 18, 2018 HUGHESVILLE - Many children play team sports or engage in pastimes like bicycling or computer games. There are few who choose to excel in the sport of archery, and a local family has done just that. more »»

Company seeking feedback for Muncy Resiliency project

April 18, 2018 MUNCY - Workshops breaking out in sessions culminated the Muncy Resiliency open project meeting after a thirty minute introduction by John Mizerak, an Economic Development Program Manager with... more »»

Pennsdale resident honored for service on county’s conservation board

April 11, 2018 MUNCY - Pennsdale area resident Larry Fry was honored at the annual Conservation District and Penn State Extension awards banquet on March 27 for his service as a “farmer” director on Lycoming... more »»

Muncy Lodge awards scholarships to four high school students

April 11, 2018 MUNCY - Four local High School students were recognized and awarded scholarships by the Muncy Lodge #299, Free and Accepted Masons. more »»

Collision at Collision Center

April 4, 2018 HUGHESVILLE - On Friday March 31, at about midnight, a vehicle chase and crash along South Main Street in Hughesville resulted in many asking the question, "Will the old tow truck be fixed?"   This... more »»

New ventures, benches and revamps planned for MPBA

April 4, 2018 MUNCY - New business ventures and a revamp for the website are in the works for the Muncy Professional Business Association (MPBA). more »»

Easter services rallied Christians throughout the community

April 4, 2018 MUNCY - The emphasis was on Holy Week as Church sponsored events literally took the message of Christ's death and resurrection to the highways and bi-ways. more »»

John Brady heritage trail coming to Muncy Borough

April 4, 2018 MUNCY - Last month, at its opening meeting for 2018, Bill Poulton of Muncy gave a look back to a list of accomplishments by the Muncy Historical Society before announcing this year’s big plan for... more »»

The first girls basketball team celebrated victory 45 years later

March 21, 2018 MONTGOMERY - Earlier this year a great accomplishment was recognized in women’s team sports at Montgomery High School. Michael C. more »»

 
 

Vineyard Activity Center May 16, 2014

Friday night Youth Activities, Rear 206 S. Market St., Muncy. Designed for teens only ages 12-20. Parents must retrieve children by 10:30 p.m. Call 546-0633. more »

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Local News Poll

  1. I would like to see the state get out of the business of selling wine and spirits entirely, and allow all retailers the opportunity to obtain a permit to sell wine and beer.
  2. I think the state should continue with wine and liquor sales, but at the same time, open up more permits for retailers, restaurants and grocery stores to sell liquor.
  3. I think the state of Pennsylvania should continue to control every aspect of wine and spirit sales.
 
 
 
 

The Muncy Resiliency Project

January 26, 2017 Not only did the Women’s March make significant history for some of us over the weekend, but there are also some very significant movements going on right now in Muncy. more »

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