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New Temporary Polling Place in Loyalsock Township

LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP — Due to damaged caused by last week’s flooding in Lycoming County, one polling place will be temporarily changed for the upcoming general election. 55 more words


People Hope for Help after Flash Flooding

MCINTYRE TOWNSHIP — Carly Root was careful not to step on any nails as she walked around what used to be her garden and pool at her home near Ralston. 612 more words


Gasoline Pipeline Ruptured by Washed-Out Bridge

GAMBLE TOWNSHIP — The leak of thousands of gallons of gasoline into a creek last week was caused by a bridge that washed out and damaged a pipeline, according to officials with Sunoco Logistics. 124 more words


Cleaning Flood-Damaged Homes in Lycoming County

ELDRED TOWNSHIP — People in one part of Lycoming County are cleaning up after their houses were heavily damaged by flooding.

Howard Kling has lived in a house near Montoursville for about 25 years. 328 more words


Child Hit by Vehicle at Bus Stop

MIFFLIN TOWNSHIP — A fourth-grade student was flown to Geisinger Medical Center near Danville after she was struck by a vehicle while waiting for the bus in Lycoming County. 67 more words


Governor Wolf Meets with Emergency Responders After Flooding in Central Pennsylvania

ELDRED TOWNSHIP — As many people start the slow process of picking up the pieces after Friday’s flooding across parts of central Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf delivered the message that flood victims shouldn’t expect any federal aid. 389 more words


PA American Water to Restart Milton Plant; No Gasoline Found in Susquehanna River Following Leak

Pennsylvania American Water is taking steps to restart its water treatment plant in Milton after a gas leak during Friday’s flooding in central Pennsylvania.

The company shut down the plant Friday as a precaution in case water in the Susquehanna River was polluted with gasoline… 134 more words