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Williamsport Fire Ruled Arson

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The fire that damaged a home in Williamsport has been ruled arson.

Officials with the Williamsport Bureau of Fire confirmed on Tuesday that the fire along Vine Avenue on June 7 was intentionally set. 42 more words

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Game Commission: Call for Help

NIPPENOSE TOWNSHIP, Pa. — What should you do when you come upon an animal in distress?

An official with the Pennsylvania Game Commission and has some answers. 237 more words

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Cowgirl from Lycoming County Heads to National Rodeo

MILL CREEK TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Three teenagers from central Pennsylvania will head west this month to compete in a national rodeo competition in South Dakota. 300 more words

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Strawberry Season

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — It’s a hot day in June, but the people crouched down outside in a field are picking strawberries.

“I had the day off, she’s done with school, so I said let’s go berry picking and she said cool,” Alison Haak said. 196 more words

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Williamsport Man Charged with Severe Child Beating

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — A man from Williamsport is in jail, accused of beating his girlfriend’s toddler so bad, that the 2-year-old child will need care for the rest of his life. 351 more words

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Distillery Celebrates National Moonshine Day

BASTRESS TOWNSHIP, Pa. — When you think moonshine, you might think it’s something illegal. But times are changing. Thursday is National Moonshine Day.

Whether you call it white lightning, hooch, Tennessee white whiskey or moonshine, it’s an alcoholic drink people have enjoyed for hundreds of years. 312 more words

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Drivers Consider New AAA Tire Recommendations

LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP, Pa. — We rely on a car tire’s basic ability to maintain traction, but according to AAA, it may not be something we keep up with as much as we should. 299 more words

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