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  • Dog Licenses for 2020 Available From Lycoming County Treasurer0

    Pennsylvania 2020 dog licenses went on sale December 2, 2019. Dog owners who need to purchase 2020 dog licenses may do so at the Lycoming County Treasurer’s office located at 33 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701. “Licensing your dog is a quick and easy process and assures a safe return if your dog should

  • Local Program Recipient of Phillies Charities, Inc. Grant0

    • December 11, 2019

    The Philadelphia Phillies recently announced that their charity arm, Phillies, Charities, Inc., has awarded a $15,000 grant to Favors Forward Foundation of Lycoming County. The mission of Favors Forward Foundation is to provide a network of volunteers uniting their time, talent, and treasures to serve children and adults in Lycoming County facing life-changing hardships. The focus is individuals

  • Muncy First United Methodist Church Presents “Joy Has Dawned”0

    The Cantata Choir and Orchestra of First United Methodist Church, Muncy will present Lloyd Larson’s “Joy Has Dawned” on Sunday, December 15. As part of Muncy First United Methodist Church’s mission of “Celebrating Life Together in Chris t— Growing Deeper, Reaching Wider,” the 55-voice choir and 30-piece orchestra includes musicians from six area counties. With

  • Music, Magic and Miracles with the Williamsport Flute Choir0

    Williamsport is fortunate to have such varied musical groups to help ring in the holidays. The Williamsport Flute Choir will present their holiday concerts at 2 pm on December 14 in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church at 604 Market Street, Williamsport. The concert will feature the flute choir and several musical guests, vocalists,

  • Uptown Music Collective Open House0

    On Saturday, December 7th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Uptown Music Collective will be holding an Open House at the school’s facility located at 144 West Third Street in Downtown Williamsport. The facility features 8 private lesson suites, two classrooms, two ensemble rooms, a computer lab, a recording studio, video studio, and more.

  • Decorating with Energy Efficient Holiday Lights0

    Think of December holiday season, and you’re likely to think of something shining brightly often — it’s something powered by electricity. Using more electricity is a natural part of the holiday season. Family and friends come to stay, and we cook for them. The weather gets cold, so we turn up the heat. We decorate

  • YWCA’s Hut of Hope Give Dignity to Those in Need0

    A new hand-crafted addition to the YWCA’s West Fourth Street location is helping those in need find dignity, hope and comfort. The YWCA’s Hut of Hope is located in front of the brick home of the YWCA, right at the sidewalk, so passersby in need have access to items likes gloves, toothpaste, deodorant and more.

  • New Police Dog in City

    New Police Dog in City0

    Tacoma, a German Shepard/Malamute mix, has been selected to be the newest member of the Williamsport Bureau of Police K9 Unit. The revitalization of the K9 program in Williamsport was made possible by a donation of $43,861 by Cioccia Dealerships. Officer Tyson Minier will be handling Tacoma, who will be trained at Shallow Creek Kennels.

  • Susquehanna Valley Corvette Club

    Susquehanna Valley Corvette Club0

    Each year in September the Susquehanna Valley Corvette Club holds their annual Corvettes on Main Street Car Show in downtown Muncy, PA. This year was the Club’s 12th annual show. In conjunction with the car show, the Club’s Foundation held a raffle where the 1stprize winner had their choice of a 2019 Corvette, a 2019 Silverado

  • Half a Million Dollars Donated from Endurance Organization to PA Wounded Warriors Over Six Years0

    Endurance Organization is excited to have donated $110,000 this year to PA Wounded Warriors, bringing their total in donations to half a million dollars in just six years. In 2014, Best Line Equipment and McCrossin teamed up with a shared mission: to serve those who served. Together, the two local businesses formed Endurance Organization –