LOCK HAVEN – Lock Haven University president, Michael Fiorentino, Jr. has officially announced the fate of cuts the administration was considering to some of the school’s athletic programs in an effort to ease budgetary concerns. The administration seems to have reached compromise in the process by retaining the men’s outdoor track and field program while […]
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LOCK HAVEN — It took City Council all of five minutes to go through the public hearing and voting process for a 2017 budget for Lock Haven. Based on council’s unanimous vote tonight, for the second year in a row, city real estate taxes will remain unchanged in the new year. City Manager Rich Marcinkevage […]
LOCK HAVEN – The City of Lock Haven will be replacing a crosspipe on Hemlock Drive at the upper end of Sunset Pines on Wednesday, November 23, 2016. Traffic will be maintained to the greatest extent possible, but there may be interruptions to through traffic.
LOCK HAVEN — Two longtime local public servants were the winners of the two prestigious awards presented at the annual Clinton County Economic Partnership dinner held Tuesday night at the Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center. Bonnie Hannis was presented the annual Carl Bergdahl Award for promoting tourism in the county. She is a past member of […]
BALD EAGLE TOWNSHIP – The Clinton County Department of Emergency Services has announced: Attention All Residents of Bald Eagle Township, due to heavy flooding and runoff, the Bald Eagle Township Sewer System is at capacity. Please refrain for using the sewer system until further notice.
More Jazz on the Schedule for Tonight LOCK HAVEN – The Lock Haven Jazz and Art festival continued today one Main St. in the downtown area. Several very talented jazz groups were on hand sharing their musical talents as well as many local and regional artists and craftsmen and specialty food vendors sharing their wares […]
NORTH BEND – Despite stifling heat temperatures in high eighties and nineties, a large number of people turned out last Saturday afternoon for the second annual Chapman Township picnic event held in and at Chapman Township Fire Company. Township secretary Beth Whitty, who with the help of volunteers organized the event said the turnout was […]
LOCK HAVEN — The first phase of Lock Haven’s summer street paving is scheduled to begin tomorrow at 7 a.m. on W. Bald Eagle St. The city has announced that Charles Construction Company of Jersey Shore will be milling and paving Bald Eagle St. from Hampton St. to N. Grove St. The same company […]
LOCK HAVEN — A City of Lock Haven work crew (Jarred Smith in the bucket, Jesse Orndorf on the roof) today put the finishing touches on a new sign proclaiming the start of the city’s summer concert series tonight. The 18th annual run of free concerts begins when Biscuit Jam performs at Triangle Park at […]
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Mike Hanna, D-Clinton/Centre, announced today that the City of Lock Haven received $274,500 in grant funding from the state’s Community Development Block Grant Program. Hanna said the city will use the funds to reconstruct numerous handicap ramps and pave portions of W. Walnut and Pearl Streets, provide 15 low- to moderate-income […]
LOCK HAVEN — City council Monday night gave its approval to a new road to serve First Quality Tissue, part of a $300 million access expansion plan for the county’s biggest employer. Council approved a “memorandum of understanding” on the same night some city hill street residents went to City Hall to complain about First […]