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Williamsport is located in Pennsylvania. In the late 1800s, the city was called "The Lumber Capital of the world," due to its booming lumber industry. At one time the city was home to more millionaires per-capita than anywhere in the world. The Williamsport Area High School, a local high school, uses "The Millionaires" as its mascot. The city is home to Little League Baseball. The Little League World Series complex is based in Williamsport. The city also hosts the Little League Series every August.

Population: 30706
Local Newspapers: Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Lycoming College Pennsylvania College of Technology Commonwealth Medical College

Zip Codes associated with williamsport, pennsylvania: 17701 17702
Towns/Cities near williamsport, pennsylvania : Garden View Muncy Montoursville Watsontown

Williamsport News
Woman Sees Clearly for First Time in More than 20 Years

If it's not under a magnifying glass, normally Heather Davis would have a hard time reading or really seeing anything. Heather has been legally blind since she was around 9 years old.

Drillers: Permit limbo hurts Pennsylvaniaa s competitiveness

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Charges Filed Against Woman Who Tried to Sell Access Card

A Lycoming County woman is facing multiple charges after attempting to sell her SNAP benefits on a Facebook page, according to state investigators. The Office of the Inspector General has charged Tanya Keenan-Mack, 37, of Williamsport with Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program trafficking and access device fraud after she made a post to social media attempting to sell her benefits in exchange for drugs.

Little Theatre heading to regional festival

Access the Citizens' Voice e-Edition on your computer or smart device in its original print format. Home delivery subscribers can read it free! Digital Only Subscription Read the digital e-Edition of The Citizens' Voice on your PC or mobile device, and have 24/7 access to breaking news, local sports, contests, and more at citizensvoice.com or on our mobile apps.

Lost then Found Keepsake Brings Families Together

A keepsake lost nearly 25 years ago in Lycoming County is now back with its 103-year-old owner. It took a house fire to make that happen.

Engineer Updates LT Supers on Hyde Sanitary Sewer Overflow and DEP Requirements

Engineer Todd Banks with Stiffler and McGraw Engineering updated the Lawrence Township Supervisors regarding the Hyde sanitary sewer overflow and requirements by the state Department of Environmental Protection. Banks said the Clearfield Municipal Authority has been under DEP order to close the SSO by June 30, but that is not something that can happen that soon.

Exotic dancer wanted on baby-selling charges in Pennsylvania

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Travelers show patience while snow-stranded

KYLE WIND / STAFF PHOTO Tom and Kathy Kodiak of Naperville, Illinois, who were traveling to Pike County, waited out the blizzard at the Radisson at Lackawanna Station hotel in Scranton. Tom and Kathy Kodiak drove more than 700 miles to visit an uncle in Pike County, but the Blizzard of 2017 stranded the couple in Scranton about 40 miles short of their goal.

Canadian dollar hits lowest this year as oil slumps, Fed weighs

The Canadian dollar fell to its lowest level in two months against the greenback on Wednesday as oil prices collapsed, and as the US dollar surged with strong jobs data that heightened expectations of a USA interest rate hike next week. US crude prices were down 1.45 per cent at $52.37 a barrel after an industry report pointed to a large rise in crude inventories in the United States, renewing oversupply concerns despite OPEC output curbs.

Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls results to be declared on March 11

Today's exercise passed off by and large peacefully and no untoward incident was reported from the three constituencies in the Naxal-affected districts of Sonbhadra, Mirzapur and Chandauli. The seventh phase had the critical constituency of Varanasi, where 19 union ministers and prime minister Narendra Modi took up campaign to boost the party's prospects.

Pirates expected to move August 20 game against Cards to Williamsport

Typically, when ESPN airs a baseball game from Williamsport, Pennsylvania, it features over-sized 12-year-olds and their over-bearing coaches. The Pirates are expected to move their August 20 home game against the St. Louis Cardinals from Pittsburgh to Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Superload from Lycoming County Headed To New York Bridge Project

Parts of the bridge were built in Lycoming County. Newswatch 16 was there this morning as two final giant beams left Williamsport.

State police flagged contractor in radio project

The Pennsylvania State Police flagged the major contractor on a foundering statewide radio project for what it described as deficient work on "grounding" for metal towers and preventive maintenance, placing it on the Contractor Responsibility Program list in 2015, records obtained recently by The Caucus reveal. And, a top state police official alleged a subcontractor later submitted "inaccurate and deceptive" documents on work it claimed to have done to correct flaws, the records show.

Larger Than Life Inflatable Colon Greets Visitors in Lycoming County

Visitors to UPMC Susquehanna Health in Williamsport were greeted with a pretty large surprise inside the lobby today -- a 10 foot colon! "I try to tell patients all the time even if you're nervous or embarrassed about this being your backside, take advantage of this technology and capitalize on it for the benefit of your health," said Dr. Heather Gerst.

Effective in Tioga County, Pa Until 3/3/2017 2:45 PM Est

LOCATION AND MOVEMENT...At 101 PM EST, an area of heavy snow squalls was along a line extending from near Troy to near Waterville and moving southeast at 35 MPH. Additional squalls were located over Union and Northumberland Counties.

Former Philly cop acquitted of love triangle murder charges

Joseph A. Slobodzian has been a reporter for the Inquirer since 1982 and has covered a variety of beats, including the New Jersey Statehouse and state government, federal courts and agencies, and, since 2008, Philadelphia's criminal justice system. Former Philadelphia police officer David Wade Howard -- who served about six years in prison for wounding a man he caught in bed with an ex-wife -- was acquitted Thursday of first-degree murder in the Easter Sunday 2014 shooting of another man in yet another love triangle.

It's Too Soon to Tell How Gorsuch Will Affect the Supreme Court

The old gunslinger is known as the fastest man in the West. He is so quick that he fires his gun before it is out of his holster; and guess what? He has shot himself in the foot.

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