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Karibu Arts center opening in Lock Haven

Local news

LOCK HAVEN — A new non-profit agency, Karibu Arts, has moved into town, calling 306 N. Grove St. in Lock Haven its home. Karibu Arts is a non-profit agency whose mission is to restore dignity and self-respect, through arts, to women that have been released from the prison system or ...

Police News — Jan. 22

Police, court and fires

Disorderly conduct LOCK HAVEN — Michael A. McCain, 59, of 1142 W. Fourth St., Lock Haven, has been charged with disorderly conduct after he continued to use vulgar language at UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven, at 8 p.m. on Jan. 15, city police reported. Vehicle hits guiderail LOGANTON — A ...

Keystone Central Foundation capitalizes on EITC designation

Community

LOCK HAVEN — The Keystone Central Foundation was accepted into the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development “Educational Improvement Tax Credit” program in early 2018. The designation from the state has given businesses and companies located in Clinton County the ...

Special election process in hands of governor

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LOCK HAVEN — With12th Congressional District Rep. Tom Marino’s resignation effective tomorrow, the Clinton County commissioners are worried about the void left behind and when that position will be filled. At Monday’s work session, they talked about the situation. They know a ...

Emergency Services

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were dispatched by the Clinton County Communications Center. SATURDAY r At 3:58 p.m., the Avis Fire Co. and Pine Creek Police Department responded to a motor vehicle accident with no injuries along Route 220 northbound in Pine Creek Township. The call was ...

LH City Council approves 2019 residential appointments

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LOCK HAVEN — City Council approved the appointments/reappointments of several boards, commissions and authorities for 2019 at Monday nights meeting. The majority of the boards saw reappointments of residents from the city except for the Lock Haven Area Flood Protection Authority. June ...

JS students visit college laboratory facilities

Community

JERSEY SHORE — Jersey Shore High School organic chemistry students got a taste of college life recently when they visited a Lycoming College chemistry laboratory to learn beginning organic synthesis that they are unable to perform in their high school laboratory. Led by Jersey Shore High ...

PennDOT issuing REAL ID cards starting in March

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LOCK HAVEN — Airport security is going to get tighter in 2020, and frequent flyers won’t be getting on board without REAL ID identification. REAL IDs will be available in March 2019 to Pennsylvania residents who want them, though PennDOT says they are entirely optional. However, a REAL ...

KCSD introduces adult on-line learning — Ed2Go

Community

MILL HALL — In mid November, Keystone Central School District’s Career and Technical Education Department and Communication Department teamed up to solicit feedback from the community about the kinds of adult education they were interested in, if available. The survey offered to the ...

Rick Conklin announces run for LH Mayor

Local news

LOCK HAVEN — City Councilman Richard “Rick” Conklin has announced his intent to seek the Republican nomination for mayor of the city of Lock Haven. He has served on City Council for nearly 12 years having been appointed to that seat in June of 2017. Prior to that time he served on the ...

Calendar of Events

Community

JAN. 23— Lycoming Audubon program “Yellowstone in the Winter: A Photographic Tour”, 6 p.m. Lowry Room on third floor of J.V. Brown Library, 19. E. Fourth St., Williamsport. Free and open to public. JAN. 23 — Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser to benefit Boy Scout Troop 54, the Sons of ...

Christensen running for commissioner

Local news

LOCK HAVEN — Mitch Christensen has announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for Clinton County commissioner in the May 21 Primary Election. With over 25 years of experience in healthcare and healthcare management, Christensen is uniquely qualified to serve Clinton County in a ...

JS man, girlfriend charged with working meth lab

Local news

WILLIAMSPORT — Two people have been charged with allegedly operating a one-pot methamphetamine lab inside an apartment at Newberry Estates, 2500 Federal Ave., late last month, according to Williamsport police. Michael Puch, who turns 34 on Thursday, of 317 S. Lincoln Ave., Jersey Shore, and ...

Express to run candidate political announcements

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The Express community newspaper is accepting announcements for public office leading up to the May 2019 Primary Election and will publish those announcements through Friday, March 9. Candidates for public office can begin to circulate and file nomination petitions on Tuesday, Feb. 19, with ...

Around the Town

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GOOD DAY ... and Happy Birthday to Leanna Rockey Baby, it’s cold outside But hey... it’s winter. According to the forecast, we should have some warmer temps the next couple of days... BUT, then it’s back to the deep freeze with the weekend promising some snow and temperatures ...

Two Jersey Shore men charged in burglary spree

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JERSEY SHORE — Targeting vehicles and laundromats over the course of a single night, two area men stole a handgun — later exchanging it for cocaine, through a network of suspects — and a change machine, among other items, according to Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police. Lee M. Winters, ...

Weather officials warn of dangerous cold, wind chills

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - Weather authorities are warning of dangerously cold temperatures moving into Pennsylvania following a storm that brought as much as a foot of snow to parts of the commonwealth. The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill warning beginning this evening for ...

Passengers of buggy seriously injured

Police, court and fires

REBERSBURG — The driver and passenger of a horse drawn buggy were transported to Geisinger Medical Center, Danville for serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle on Nov. 11, 2018 at 11:34 p.m. along Rebersburg Mountain Road, Miles Township, Centre County, state police at Rockview ...

Old Photo Album Update

Community

EXPRESS ARCHIVES Hanna talks to librarians Former State Representative Mike Hanna Sr., talks to Mary Parks and Germaine Weaver at a local library. The photo was taken at the Lock Haven Senior High School Library between 1992 and 1994. During that time the senior high library had just ...