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White Boys on Mopeds

July 4, 2020 BROOKLYN, NY—Music recorded nearly 40 years ago was recently made available to the general public, thanks to an area native. more »»

Masonic Lodge presents donation to food bank

July 1, 2020 The food bank outlet in Montgomery readies for its once a month donation to local citizens. "We have a great and faithful crew who know the job and how to do it," said volunteer Karen Pauling. more »»

Sonestown Museum to host tribute

July 1, 2020 The War Memorial Museum in Sonestown will remember those that fought in the Vietnam War and also pay tribute to America’s Law Enforcement personnel who risk their lives every day in keeping law and... more »»

Community rallies to farmer’s aid

July 1, 2020 MUNCY — Donations are pouring in to aid an area man who was attacked by a cow and returning home this week. more »»

Muncy Township supervisors approve property sale

July 1, 2020 MUNCY– The Muncy Township Supervisors unanimously agreed to sell the 87 Quaker Church Road public property to Josh Lidecker for $235,000 in an in-person meeting on Wednesday, June 1. more »»

Boring Inducted

June 23, 2020 On Wednesday, June 10, Isaac Boring became a member of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard, 193rd Special Operations Civil Engineering Squadron. Airman Boring will be part of Fire Protection. more »»

Former Muncy man appointed Montgomery mayor

June 23, 2020 MONTGOMERY — Edward Alexander and Allen Bennett took the oath of office in person at the Montgomery Borough Council meeting on Tuesday, June 9, to be sworn in to fill the vacancies of borough mayor... more »»

Montgomery, Hughesville respond to PDE’s reopening guidance

June 23, 2020 Area superintendents got a recent look tat what reopening schools in the fall will look like as the state’s Department of Education sent out guidance on what needs to be done to bring students back... more »»

Muncy Township hunting preserve unsettled

June 23, 2020 Lycoming County commissioners were set to decide on an amendment to restrict hunting preserves to areas of the county zoned resource protection at last Thursday’s meeting. more »»

Pawlik reviews fall opening options

June 23, 2020 In their first in-person meeting since schools shutdown in March, the East Lycoming School District board heard from Michael Pawlik, district superintendent, about the guidance which the state’s... more »»

Float for Faith fundraiser

June 23, 2020 UNITYVILLE—Monday afternoon, June 1, 14-year-old Faith Hollenbach’s life changed in an instant. more »»

Local company gaining notoriety as leader in security

June 17, 2020 HUGHESVILLE — With the ability to power cameras from the Canadian wilderness to the deserts of Saudi Arabia, ClearView Asset Protection works to defend well pads, medicinal marijuana growth... more »»

Townships Bustle with Projects

June 17, 2020 CINDY KNIER/The Luminary Groundwork began in Muncy Township last month for the construction of a new three-story, 119,500 square foot hospital and healthplex to meet emergency, routine and acute... more »»

Hughesville Author releases third book

June 17, 2020 HUGHESVILLE—WordCrafts Press is pleased to announce the addition of Number 1 bestselling author Carrie Anne Noble to its stable of authors. more »»

Two soldiers, two wars recounted

June 10, 2020 World War II Some might say of those 18 years of age are mere boys; however, it had been a time to register for military draft. more »»

From Maid to Princess

June 10, 2020 MONTGOMERY—This year’s Lycoming County Dairy Princess is Katelyn Taylor, a 16-year-old from Allenwood who is a fourth-generation dairy farme. more »»

August Commencement Scratched

June 10, 2020 MUNCY-If nothing else has been learned during the pandemic, it’s that the class of 2020 is flexible, as school administration announced yet another revision in graduation plans. more »»

Getting it done!

June 10, 2020 Seniors in the East Lycoming School District and Montgomery Area School District experienced a new model of graduation ceremony in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic last week. more »»

Two killed in head-on collision in Muncy Creek Township

June 10, 2020 MUNCY — Funeral services were held earlier this week for the two drivers killed Tuesday, June 2 in the two-car head-on collision on Route 405. more »»

No expectation of tax increase

June 3, 2020 MUNCY—Muncy School Board members do not expect to raise taxes in the 2020-21 proposed final budget. more »»

ELSD board approves graduation changes

June 3, 2020 HUGHESVILLE — The East Lycoming School Board spoke about graduation plans which include one car of family members, each car spread six feet apart, as well lawn chairs to be outside of the vehicle, t... more »»


Muncy Business and Professional Woman's Club December 9, 2019

No meetings in January or February, but when meetings resume, are held the second Monday of every month from September through June, 7 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church, 602 S. Market ST., Muncy. New members welcome. Call JoAnn Welch at 546-3803. more »

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