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Container gardening is popular for older adults

April 19, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - The Hughesville Garden Club opened their first meeting of the 2017 season with a new president, Joanne Smedley of Picture Rocks. more »»

Forged in Fire: Two tragedies led to founding of Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company

April 19, 2017 Today the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company is known as “The Fighting Thirteen.” But when the organization began 125 years ago, all “The Fire Laddies” had was determination. more »»

Baseball pitcher lobbed shells on Hun

April 13, 2017 MUNCY - The following quote could easily have been the commentary for a baseball game. "We went flying, not even a stop, we were out for a finish and our work was well done." Those words by Raymond O. more »»

Quilting became a favorite past time during WWI and continues today

April 5, 2017 MUNCY - Quilting is a gathering of friendship, skills and history and every two years members of the Susquehanna Valley Quilt Guild (SVQG) put toghether a very successful quilt sho. more »»

In 1949, Muncy Valley Hospital planned new 57-bed facility

March 22, 2017 Editor’s note: A continuation of the history of the Muncy Valley Hospital as it currently keeps expanding prompted a compilation of events and names as the hospital grew over the years to include... more »»

Best friends honored for 50 years of service

March 15, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - Fifty years is a long time to commit to an organization and two local women have been given the recognition they deserve for their long standing membership in the Order of the Eastern... more »»

Cupid visits couple every year for Valentine's Day

February 22, 2017 MUNCY - It was a chance meeting meant to be when Babette (Babs) Lane and William (Bill) Flynn met up with one another at a military Florida naval base in 1975. more »»

Muncy man patrolled Mexican border in 1912 

February 8, 2017 MUNCY- Already a seasoned military man when the United States entered World War I in April 1917, the career and life of Muncy’s Benjamin Harrison Renn would be marked with 34 years of service to his... more »»

Researcher helps put together pieces of families' ancestry

January 26, 2017 MUNCY - Making a discovery into her past and learning where she comes from is a favorite past time for Peg Johnson of Muncy. more »»

Food is medicine claims a local pharmacist

January 26, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - Those who use Montgomery Pharmacy at TJ's Market in Hughesville will get a double dose of medical knowledge and advice. more »»

Muncy woman wins another blue ribbon

January 18, 2017 MUNCY - Baking is a favorite past time that just keeps getting better for local woman, Stacie Hart of Mill Creek Township. more »»

Christmas by candlelight celebrated at the old Stone Church       

December 21, 2016 MONTGOMERY - The arrival of the Christmas season was never more evident than on Saturday, Dec. 17, when the Montgomery Area Historical Society (MAHS) hosted its annual candlelight service. more »»

Young designer creates unusual fashion show for senior project

December 21, 2016 WILLIAMSPORT - Making a fashionable statement these days is no easy task. more »»

Giving unto others exemplified by hometown jeweler            

December 19, 2016 HUGHESVILLE – The familiar saying that “Charity begins at home,” was recently extended to “Charity begins in your home-town. more »»

Authors say, "There's something about local history"

December 14, 2016 TIVOLI - The sanctuary of the United Methodist Church at Tivoli was filled with men and women interested in hearing from two writers who are also area native. more »»

Historical Society’s “Road Show” series continues

November 30, 2016 MONTGOMERY - The Montgomery Area Historical Society hosted its most recent “Road Show” on Tuesday, November 15th in the Montgomery Borough Building. more »»

Doll house has roots in New Zealand

November 23, 2016 PHOTO PROVIDED On October 24 Nicholas and Annette Finnis (right) paid a visit from New Zealand at the Taber Museum in Williamsport to see the dollhouse built by Mowdray Finnis, grandfather of... more »»

Frantz School House still stands in county

November 23, 2016 PENN TOWNSHIP - Penn Township of Lycoming County in Pennsylvania at one time was home to 8 one room schools. The township was formed in 1828 named after Penn Township in Berks County. more »»

The Jingle Dancer, an Ojibwe tradition stays alive

November 23, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - November is Native American month and the Hughesville Area Public Library hosted some special guests from the area on Saturday afternoon, November 19. more »»

Fall season is good time for planting bulbs

November 16, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - The Garden Clubs of Hughesville and Muncy have been winding down their community activities and getting ready for the upcoming yea. more »»



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