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Movie Highlights for 2017

Local news

By ROY MORRIS For The Express With 2016 closing out the biggest box office year yet (with more than $11.3 billion made domestically alone) and even bigger than the record-breaking 2015, and with the international markets getting ever wider and more profitable (mainly due to the big ...

Emergency Services – Jan. 23

Police, court and fires

The following calls were recorded by the Clinton County Department of Emergency Services. FRIDAY - At 2:54 p.m., the Lock Haven Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at 300 Bellefonte Ave. The call was cleared at 14:58. - At 11:01 p.m., Woolrich Volunteer Fire Company, Avis ...

Construction Trades

Students lend their skilled hands to the food bank

Community

The Construction Trades program at Bucktail Area High School continues to make improvements throughout the community, and with spring just around the corner, the students will be even more visible putting their classroom skills to work. This year four seniors have based their senior projects ...

Forever Friends

Local news

By LANA MUTHLER lmuthler@lockhaven.com LOCK HAVEN — A Central Mountain High School junior is using her Senior Project to help one of her best friends — Hunter Zondory — who was seriously injured while wrestling,  and is on his way to a remarkable recovery. “It’s amazing.... ...

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Downtown Lock Haven Inc. award winners were announced Thursday night. From left are, in front: Downtown Manager Natasha Gorham, Nicholas Hawrylchak, Ashley and John Kramer, and DLH President Jeff Miller; in the second row: Allison Klugh, Leonora Hannagan, Kristy Eichenlaub, Carol Cillo and Steve Getz; and in back: VFW commander Wayne Litz, Kevin Eichenlaub and Mike Flanagan.

Investment in downtown recognized with award

Local news

LOCK HAVEN — Before a record “Time Out” crowd Thursday night, Downtown Lock Haven Inc. handed out its annual Downtown Appreciation Awards to community members, businesses and organizations who have made an impact in the past year and plan continued investment here. The Clinton County ...

Police News – Jan. 21

Police, court and fires

Eggs thrown at house MILL HALL — Several teen girls were cited by state police at Lamar after they allegedly threw eggs at a residence on Pennsylvania Avenue at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday. Police said the teens are ages 13 and 15. They threw several eggs striking the residence and vehicle of ...

Grief support group to begin new series

Community

LOCK HAVEN — GriefShare, a grief support group that met last year, will begin a new 13-week program next month. Sponsored by the Rote and Salona United Methodist churches, the next 13-week series will begin Thursday, Feb. 16, in Susque-View’s Conference Room B, 22 Cree Drive. GriefShare ...

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY AT 102!

Local news

Mary Baker honored Mary Baker, a longtime resident of Lock Haven, celebrated her 102nd birthday at Susque-View Home on Thursday. She taught music in what is now Keystone Central School District  and loved to travel in her spare time. She has visited Florida, Europe and especially loved ...

Emergency Services – Jan. 21

Police, court and fires

The following calls were recorded by area emergency services departments LYCOMING COUNTY FRIDAY r At 11:19 a.m., Woodward Township Fire Co. responded to a vehicle accident on Route 220 South in Woodward Township, Lycoming County. The response ended at 3:28 p.m. CLINTON ...

Meetings next week

Community

Monday Clinton County Commissioners, 9 a.m. Tuesday Bellefonte School Board, 7 p.m. Mill Hall Borough Council, 7 p.m.Meetings next week Monday Clinton County Commissioners, 9 a.m. Tuesday Bellefonte School Board, 7 p.m. Mill Hall Borough Council, 7 p.m. Centre ...

Valley Hotel owner accused of violating Fair Labor Standards

Local news

WILLIAMSPORT — The owner of a Mill Hall hotel is in trouble with the U.S. Department of Labor for not adhering to an agreement to pay what is owed in back wages. And the Labor Department also accuses Valley Hotel Inc. and its owner Thomas E. Smith of “repeatedly and willfully” violating ...

REUNIONS

Community

JAN. 26 — LHHS Class of 1964 dinner, 6 p.m.. Restless Oaks, McElhattan. All classmates and friends invited. Reserve with Donna Barton at 570-748-6821 or Bonnie Young at 570-748-5680. JAN. 26 — Hammermill Office Girls reunion dinner, 5 p.m, Haywood’s on the Green. FEB. 6 — LHHS ...

Calendar of Events

Community

Saturday, Jan. 21 r Model train open house at Clinton Central Model Railroad Club, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., the former New York Central Railroad Station at Castanea. r Meatloaf supper, 4-7 p.m., Sugar Valley Volunteer Fire Co., Loganton. Take-outs available. r Hillbilly Gypsies bluegrass concert, ...

Around the Town

Community

Good day To Madelyn Lorelai Kuntz of Butler on her fourth birthday. Word of the day Cater-cousin (KEY-ter-kuhz-uh n) — An intimate friend; a cousin. Quote of the day “Political language... is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give the ...

The Woodward Township Zoning Hearing Board members are, behind the table from left, David Coleman, Edward J. Cox, Terry V. Shultz, Brenda F. Dunlap, and Jeffrey J. Raymond who is board chair. At left in front of the table is Frank S. Miceli, the board’s solicitor.

Woodward hearing on drug center continued until Feb. 9

Local news

LOCKPORT — The hearing on a proposed residential drug and alcohol treatment center for teens has been moved to a new date. The Woodward Township Zoning Hearing Board opened the hearing Thursday evening, then quickly closed it, setting a new date to reconvene. In this way, the board ...

Police news — Friday, Jan. 20

Police, court and fires

PFA violation BELLEFONTE — State police at Rockview are investigating a violation of a protection from abuse order occurring sometime Friday, Jan. 6, in Benner Township, Centre County. Icy roadways BELLEFONTE — State police at Rockview report that a car slid off the road into an ...

What’s happening in Howard? By Tammy Coakley

Community

FCC NEWS Friendship Community Center in Beech Creek is planning a spring bazaar on March 31 and April 1.  Tables are available for rent at $10 each and can be reserved by calling Sandy at 570-962-2397.  More information will be available in a few weeks. FCC has new officers for 2017, but ...

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This photograph is the main image being used to celebrate community in 2017, as North Central Sight Services Inc. turns 60 years old. An exciting year is planned celebrating the values of the agency — employment, prevention and independence.

North Central Sight Services Inc. turns 60

Health

WILLIAMSPORT — North Central Sight Services Inc., has officially launched its Diamond Anniversary year, announcing an exciting year that celebrates the values of the agency — employment, prevention, and independence. North Central Sight Services was established in 1957 as the Lycoming ...

Chance Marsteller

Troubled wrestler looking for redemption

Local news

LOCK HAVEN — Four-time PIAA wrestling champion Chance Marsteller of York County, pleaded guilty Thursday in Clinton County Court to six criminal counts of simple assault and one count of open lewdness for an explosive and violent episode last summer. He said he hopes to turn his life ...

Emergency services — Jan. 20

Police, court and fires

The following calls were recorded by the Clinton County Department of Emergency Services. WEDNESDAY r At 9:23 a.m., the Lock Haven Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at 207 E. Main St., Lock Haven. The call was cleared at 9:44 a.m.