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A different kind of drive-thru

March 3, 2020 MUNCY VALLEY—“It’s just been a blessing to have this available,” said Pauline Leister during last Wednesday’s event at a small country church 10 miles north of Hughesville. more »»

Leap day bids a ’chili’ good buy

March 3, 2020 MUNCY—Anyone looking for great deals on used exercise equipment, felt hungry for chili or wanted to participate in a nerf gun course, Leap Day was the day to accomplish all three. more »»

Hughesville Boro reviews Broad Street bids

February 25, 2020 HUGHESVILLE — Borough council members reviewed bids for a resurfacing project on a section of Broad Street from Cemetery to Water streets and discussed a “safe zone” exchange site Monday, Feb. 10. more »»

Friday Deadline for Nonprofits to Register for Raise the Region

February 25, 2020 The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP) will host Raise the Region 2020, an event to help local nonprofit organizations fundraising effort. more »»

Tax hike possible for East Lycoming

February 25, 2020 HUGHESVILLE — Superintendent Michael Pawlik told the East Lycoming School Board at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday that the state allocation increase for the district is projected at about... more »»

Pennsdale business purchased for $6 million

February 25, 2020 MUNCY TOWNSHIP—The warehouse at 490 Lycoming Mall Drive previously owned by Grizzly Industries was recently purchased by Patton Warehousing for $6 million. more »»

Community invited to Science Festival at PCT 

February 25, 2020 WILLIAMSPORT– Pennsylvania College of Technology, Lycoming College and the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce invite area elementary and middle schools and their families to a hands-on Scienc... more »»

Shark Week at Muncy High School

February 25, 2020 Junior Spencer Ort severs the stomach tissue connected to a Squalus acanthius, better known as the spiny dogfis. more »»

Change of address

February 19, 2020 PENNSDALE—Kay Jewelers will be moving out of the Lycoming Mall and to East Third Street in Loyalsock Township, confirmed a store manager. more »»

Authors at the well

February 19, 2020 MILTON—Three local authors are hosting a book signing and reading excerpts from their books later this month at an area coffee shop. more »»

Ten years of progress

February 19, 2020 MUNCY — Dr. more »»

Winterfest in Sullivan County

February 12, 2020 Snow or no snow, the Sullivan County Kiwanis Winterfest kicks off on Saturday, Feb. 15. more »»

Muncy Bank to open new office in Montgomery

February 12, 2020 Muncy—Rob Glunk, President & CEO of The Muncy Bank and Trust Company, recently announced that the company is opening its eighth full-service office at 2190 Route 54 Montgomery. more »»

New year, new scam

February 12, 2020 Lycoming County Sheriff Mark Lusk has announced reports of a phone scam in which a male caller is claiming the call recipient has a warrant out for their arrest because they failed to appear for jur... more »»

‘Love is in the air” at Taber

February 12, 2020 With Valentine’s Day only days away and the promise of an early spring, love is in the air at the Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society, 858 West Fourth Street, Williamsport. more »»

Muncy Garden club makes charitable contributions

February 5, 2020 MUNCY - Every year the Muncy Garden Club makes a charitable contribution to several local non-profit organizations in the area. more »»

‘There was always hope’

February 5, 2020 Editor’s note: Luminary reader Nancy Price of Hughesville, recently came across a story written 30 years ago by-then editor Vivian Daily. more »»

Wine and Chocolate Walk

February 5, 2020 DUSHORE — It’ll be a sweet day in Dushore, as the Winter Wine and Chocolate Walk Around Dushore event takes over downtown on Feb. 15 from noon to 5 p.m. more »»

Coyote hunt lures hunters to Sullivan County

February 5, 2020 LAPORTE—Hunters will flock to this tiny borough in three weeks, hopeful of an opportunity to win cash during this month’s annual coyote hunt. more »»

Police regionalization remains possible

January 29, 2020 MONTGOMERY – Police regionalization in the Montgomery area remains a possibility, borough officials said. Borough Police Cpl. more »»



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