The Express community newspaper office at 9 W. Main St. in downtown Lock Haven has reopened after front office renovations were completed by local contractors.
During renovations, front office and newspaper sales and circulation staff were housed in the former Clinton County Arts Building next door at 7 W. Main St.
"We're happy to be back 'home' and we're elated with the quality of the renovations by local contractors," said Robert O. Rolley, Jr.
"We're planning an open house in late summer to celebrate and also to observe our 130th anniversary this year. We think our customers - our readers and advertisers - will like our new office area and will find it more user friendly," added Rolley. "This is the newspaper's continuing commitment to invest in the future."