Almost $99,000 was raised in the 5th Annual Over The Edge event, at the William Hepburn Apartments on Friday. Approximately 811 donors participated with 67 descenders rappelling down the side of the structure. The money raised goes toward the River Valley YMCA, the YWCA of Northcentral PA and the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation. Participants either paid or raised at least $1000 to participate. The event also tied in with the Block Party, hosted by UPMC Susquehanna on Friday evening, in downtown Williamsport, along Fourth Street.

The Lycoming County Coroner, Chuck Kiessling Jr. is on the hunt for property, that would enable his office to have sufficient space for performing autopsies, and other services. Kiessling took to social media recently to solicit interest for such a space. Lycoming County Commissioners would like to combine some other county offices into a joint location to save money for residents. They have wanted to move District Justice Christian Frey’s office, the Children & Youth offices, and the Lycoming-Clinton Mental Health & Intellectual Disabilities office, along with a Central Processing Facility for suspects. UPMC Susquehanna has available property that they would consider selling; but, Kiessling wants a more safer and secure location. Other possibilities include a location on Arch Street in Newberry.

The ongoing legal battle between the Lycoming County Commissioners and the Lycoming County Controller continues. The controller, Krista Rogers won her case against the county in July; but, the commissioners are appealing the decision. Rogers is also trying to get four employees returned to her office, as was previously allotted to her office.

The Shamokin Area School District has made a change as to how fans can attend home events at football games. As of last night’s football game, the district has decided that fans that attend games must stay in their seat during the course of the contest. No roving around the stadium, due to safety concerns. Evidently there were issues with the first two contests at Kemp Memorial Stadium, and the changes will stay in effect until the end of the season.

A 19 year old was sentenced to 4 to 15 years in state prison after shooting a 14 year old and wounding a pizza delivery driver, in two separate incidents from 2020. Nigel Staten-Chambers received the sentence from Lycoming County Judge Nancy Butts, after reviewing the pre-sentence report and stated that Staten-Chambers has been in trouble with the law, since he was 11. Staten-Chambers agreed to a plea deal in June, for attempted robbery and aggravated assault.

A murder suspect formerly of Williamsport, is requesting a new lawyer in Columbia County Court, after twenty years being accused of murdering in Buckhorn, in an apparent drug deal gone wrong. 44 year old Brian Quinn of New Jersey filed a motion to have a change in counsel, feeling that his counsel is not qualified to defend him. According to the Press-Enterprise, Quinn is accused of killing Shamar Washington, 17, over a $200 deal for drugs. No word on whether the judge will grant the request for a new counsel.

Old Lycoming Township Police dropped charges of robbery, theft and receiving stolen property; after the girlfriend of Runnel Hairston, refused to testify in court. Hairston was accused of stealing a drawstring bag from his girlfriend on September 12th. Hairston did plead guilty of summary disorderly conduct, before District Justice William Solomon. Hairston was given credit for the 9 days served in the Lycoming County Prison.


High School Football Scores –

Montoursville 29, Bald Eagle Area 21
Warrior Run 33, Northwest Area 19
Selinsgrove 35, Shikellamy 7
Jersey Shore 63, Mifflinburg 24
Shamokin 47, Central Mountain 28
Troy 32, Athens 7
Danville 49, Southern Columbia 14
Central Columbia 20, Lewisburg 6
Muncy 49, North Penn-Mansfield 14
Loyalsock 35, Williams Valley 29
Towanda 41, Wellsboro 19
Wyalusing 26, Montgomery 0
Mount Carmel 41, Bloomsburg 7
Waverly (NY) 47, Cowanesque Valley 14
Crestwood 51, Williamsport 13
Susquenita 35, Line Mountain 21



Canton 3, South Williamsport 0

Boys Soccer

Millville 3, Sullivan County 1
Northumberland Christian 7, Meadowbrook Chr. 1
Corning-Painted Post (NY) 5, Athens 1

Girls Soccer

Milton 5, Jersey Shore 0
Meadowbrook Christian 5, Northumberland Chr. 1

Girls Tennis

Williamsport 3, Central Mountain 2
Bucktail 5, St. John Neumann 0

MLB Scores from Friday –

Philadelphia shellacked Atlanta, 9-1

Chicago Cubs edged Pittsburgh, 6-5

NY Yankees slipped past Boston, 5-4

NY Mets defeated Oakland, 9-2

Miami over Washington, 5-2

Baltimore blanked Houston, 6-0

Cleveland doubled up Texas, 6-3

Tampa Bay defeated Toronto, 10-6

Detroit over Chicago White Sox, 5-3

Kansas City defeated Seattle, 5-1

Milwaukee over Cincinnati, 5-3

LA Angels doubled up Minnesota, 4-2

Colorado edged San Diego, 4-3

San Francisco slipped past Arizona, 6-5

St. Louis blanked LA Dodgers, 11-0


South Williamsport is at Canton, 1pm

Milton travels to Holy Redeemer, 7pm


Lycoming is at Albright, Noon

Rhode Island is at Pittsburgh, Noon

Central Michigan travels to Penn State, Noon

Susquehanna is at Dickinson College, 1pm

Lock Haven at East Stroudsburg, 1:05pm

Shippensburg at Bloomsburg, 2:00pm

Notre Dame takes on North Carolina, 3:30pm on ABC

Wisconsin is at Ohio State, 7:30pm on ABC

Bucknell is off this week.


Boston at NY Yankees, 1:05pm

Atlanta at Philadelphia, 4:05pm

NY Mets at Oakland, 4:07pm

Toronto at Tampa Bay, 6:10pm

Washington at Miami, 6:10pm

Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh, 6:35pm

Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 6:40pm

Cleveland at Texas, 7:05pm

Houston at Baltimore, 7:05pm

LA Angels at Minnesota, 7:10pm

Seattle at Kansas City, 7:10pm

Detroit at Chicago White Sox, 7:10pm

San Francisco at Arizona, 8:10pm

San Diego at Colorado, 8:10pm

St. Louis at LA Dodgers, 9:10pm


Buffalo travels to Miami, 1pm

Philadelphia travels down I-95 to face Washington, 1pm

Cincinnati goes to Met Life Stadium to take on the NY Jets, 1pm

Dallas takes on NFC East foe, NY Giants, in Monday night football at 8:15pm on ABC and ESPN.


The Auto Trader / Echo Park Automotive 500, from the Texas Motor Speedway, is Sunday afternoon. Pre-Race coverage begins at 2:30pm on The Twin Valley’s Talk Radio Network or WILQ’s HD3.