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Sun-Gazette recently was featured in a television news report about the Soap Box Derby returning to Williamsport. Click to view video


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City firefighters responded to a fire in the first block of West Fourth Street. Flames were seen shooting from the second floor windows above a vacant store front next Casale's sub shop. Click to view video

Williamsport's Holiday Parade  

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Balloons Parade Highlights Bands

Though it was cold, the turnout was huge which made Williamsport's Holiday Parade most spectacular. If you missed it you can check out some video highlights here.

You can view parade photos in our CU galleries!

Read Sun-Gazette stories about the parade
   Parade to be the biggest in years
   Parade marches tonight!



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Your personal tour of the art displays held at the Pajama Factory during "Celebrate the Arts" week in Williamsport. Click to view video


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Children sing-a-long at the Pajama Factory during "Celebrate the Arts" week in Williamsport.
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Check out some of the best in Celebrating the Arts in downtown Williamsport. Click to view video.


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Visitors sample various dishes offered by the many vendors during the annual Taste of Home Cooking Show held at the Genetti Hotel and Community Arts Center in downtown Williamsport. Click to view video.


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Strong winds didn't contribute to the falling of this tree. Tree vandals struck the 800 blocks of First and Second streets in Williamsport. Click to view video.


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Councilman Smith Councilman Hall Council President Whaley
It wasnít unanimous, but the Kohlís downtown department store project is still on its feet and the city will soon own ó temporarily ó the Williamsport Area School District service center at 203 W. Third St. Local citizens spoke out in favor of the project while members of council were a little more apprehensive. Read the complete story here!


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"The Grand Slam Parade" has become an annual tradition to welcome the Little League players and fans to Williamsport Pennsylvania.


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The Jersey Shore Town Meeting is in full swing through the weekend and offers a wide variety of entertainment nightly. The Sun-Gazette visited the Town Meeting to get a taste of the fun as it opened Monday night at Celebration Field.


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Members of the 100 Guitar Orchestra, composed of about 80 Uptown Music Collective students, along with locally and nationally known musicians, practice at the Community Arts Center on Friday. The orchestration, titled “Les 100 guitares: G100,” was composed and conducted by Rhys Chatham. The performance was the first time Chatham produced or led a 100-guitar orchestra in the United States.


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Lycoming County DUI Advisory Council presented DUI Enforcement and Training Awards to local police agencies for preventing alcohol-related crashes. Jersey Shore Police Chief Martin Jeirles and state police had words of warning for those that choose to drive under the influence.

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St. Anthony's Center "free" clothing store may soon have to charge for the clothing they now offer free if people continue to dump trash at their back door while the store is closed.
The store accepts only boxed or bagged clothing donations, according to manager Claire Caputo, and then volunteers sort the donations, removing damaged or soiled items before anything is offered to the public.


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People await tickets to attend Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama "On Track for Change Tour" to be held at Lycoming College on Friday, April 18 at 3:30 p.m. in Lamade Gymnasium.


Williamsport Mayor Gabriel J. Campana discusses achomplishments during his first 100 days in office during a press conference at City Hall.
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Introduction Highlights of the past 100 days Crime Statistics
Crime/Outreach Quality of Life Surveillance Cameras


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Cutting it too short, a tractor trailer temporarily blocked traffic Monday afternoon by knocking down a traffic light and damaging a utility pole at the intersection of West Fourth and Hepburn streets. The driver, John Bennett, 57, of Massachusetts, was turning north onto Hepburn Street from West Fourth Street about 2:30 p.m. when the trailer clipped the traffic light and pole. According to city police Officer Trent Peacock, no citations will be filed and no injuries were reported. Representatives of PPL Electric Utilities responded to remove their leaning pole and city streets and parks department crewmen removed their traffic light pole knocked from its base. The tractor trailer driver was en route to a delivery stop at the Williamsport Sun-Gazette.


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State Sen. Roger Madigan, R Towanda, comments on property tax reform and related issues Friday at the Williamsport County Club.



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Mayor Campana and Police Chief Gregory Foresman comment about the DUI allegation investigation regarding Councilman Bill Hall.



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People gather at Lycoming College to hear former President Bill Clinton speak on behalf of presidential candidate Hillary R. Clinton.


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People gather at Lycoming College to hear former President Bill Clinton speak on behalf of presidential candidate Hillary R. Clinton.


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People gather at Lycoming College to hear former President Bill Clinton speak on behalf of presidential candidate Hillary R. Clinton.


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People gather at Lycoming College to hear former President Bill Clinton speak on behalf of presidential candidate Hillary R. Clinton.


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Students comment on former President Bill Clinton's speech.


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Locals comment on former President Bill Clinton's speech.


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Sun-Gazette reporter Dave Thompson interviews Lycoming County Commissioner Jeff Wheeland about the Chesapeake Bay clean-up initiative and its impact on the community during a stakeholder's meeting held Thursday, March 26 2008 in Old Lycoming Township.


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Sun-Gazette reporter Dave Thompson interviews Robert Yowell, director of the northcentral region of state Department of Environmental Protection about the Chesapeake Bay clean-up initiative during a stakeholder's meeting held Thursday, March 26 2008 in Old Lycoming Township.

Eying things up. Device could aid local law enforcement.
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Sun-Gazette Reporter Patrick Donlin videos Terrence D. "Tank" Starling while being interviewed by a television reporter.

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Captain Raymond Kontz of the Williamsport Police Department discusses the addition of "most wanted" fugitives on the city's Web site.

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Mayor Campana comments on the former Mantle Apartments on W. Edwin St.

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Williamsport Boys Basketball vs. Wyoming Valley West

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