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Montgomery Locals 7.8

Montgomery Borough put on a wonderful display of fireworks this past Friday! Thank you to the Borough, the Montgomery Water Authority, Brady Township, and Clinton Township for hosting the event.While a rain date was pre-planned, thankfully it wasn't needed. The day began with sweltering ...

Montgomery Locals 7.1

This week we celebrate Independence Day. On July 4, 1776, our Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. Ironically, that same day King George III wrote, "Nothing of importance happened today." Of course it was a while until the news that the colonies in the new world severed ...

Montgomery Locals 6.24

Montgomery Borough has made the announcement that the traditional fireworks display will be happening on July 3 at the carnival grounds. It is requested that everyone maintain social distancing guidelines. The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company will open its kitchen at 5 p.m. The event is being ...

Muncy locals 6.24

Muncy Localsby Cindy KnierEven though the June Sunday Brunch Farmer's Market was June 14, what a success for its first time! The public began arriving a half hour before the event officially launched, and within that 30 minutes, lines 30 people deep had formed at all food stands. An estimated ...

Montgomery Locals 6.17

Monday, June 15, marked the start of two important events at the Montgomery Area Public Library. Phase Two of their reopening process began and so did the children's Summer Reading program.People are now allowed inside the library as long as they haven't experienced signs of shortness of breath ...

Muncy locals 6.17

When the movie, Jaws, was released over the summer of 1975, half of my siblings and I went to see the blockbuster movie, which was booked at the UA movie theater in Loyalsock Township, where the Rite-Aid pharmacy now exists. The line of movie-goers stretched out of the front doors and around ...

Montgomery Locals 6.10

Last Friday night, Montgomery's seniors made the transition to Montgomery Alumni. The Class of 2020 had a very atypical senior year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but they made the best of the circumstances with online schooling at home for the last few months.Montgomery's commencement ...

Muncy and Hughesville Locals 6.10

Son Light House food distribution is Wednesday, June 17, 8 a.m. to noon and Thursday, June 18, 4-7 p.m. Donations of clean clothing and household items are every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday from 7-10 a.m. Son Light House is located at 130 Carpenter Street.If you're traveling through ...

Montgomery Locals 6.3

The Summer Alive program will not be able to hold their usual activities at the park this summer, but they are providing free, hot, pickup lunches for children and teens through age 18 Mondays throughThursdays until July 30. Registration is required to receive the lunches so be sure to sign ...

Muncy and Hughesville Locals 6.3

Congratulations to all area graduates, as this week documents the beginning of a very different commencement program for all involved. The Luminary extends our best wishes for the classes of 2020!~ ~ ~ ~ ~Beginning this week, donations will resume in accepting clean clothing and household items ...