Below is informative details concerning each area of the 8 counties we service. The web site for each city or town offers lots of information about each area and the surrounding communities. Click on the name of the city or town for additional information.
Williamsport - Nestled along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River, Williamsport is the county seat of Lycoming County. Once known as the "Lumber Capital of the World", it is today known as the birthplace of Little League Baseball and annually hosts the Little League World Series. Situated in a valley composed of several smaller communities, Williamsport is the hub of a population base of nearly 80,000 people. With many diversified industries, several colleges, a vibrant arts scene, and abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, Williamsport has much to offer.
Loyalsock - Loyalsock Township is the second largest populated area in Lycoming county trailing only Williamsport. It surrounds Williamsport on its eastern and northern sides and consists of urban, suburban and rural areas. A well defined shopping area on East Third St offers everything from fast food and grocery shopping to specialty shops and department stores. Residential neighborhoods within the township offer all types of styles of housing from apartments and townhouses to modest detached single family homes in all price ranges and larger executive caliber homes. Loyalsock Township is governed by a Board of Supervisors and has its own school system.
Montoursville - Located at the eastern end of the Williamsport valley in central Lycoming County, Montousville is primarily a residential community of just under 5,000. As the site of the Williamsport-Lycoming County Airport and sitting just off of I-180, it's easy to get to just about anywhere from Montoursville.
Hughesville - Site of the annual Lycoming County Fair, Hughesville is a residential community of about 2,300 residents in the eastern end of Lycoming Count. Originally populated by the employees of its furniture and woodworking plants, Hughesville today is a small rural community with a strong work ethic that embraces its community center.
Muncy - Founded in 1797, the Borough of Muncy is a small, historic community situated along the Susquehanna River in southeastern Lycoming County approximately 13 miles east of Williamsport. Its 2,700 residents enjoy a vibrant community life with easy access to all points in the region via the Susquehanna Beltway (I-180). Muncy is also the closest community to the Lycoming Mall, the county's regional shopping mall.
Jersey Shore - Situated along the Susquehanna River in western Lycoming County, Jersey Shore was named for the New Jersey residents who settled on the river's north side. Located at the mouth of Pine Creek, it is the southern terminus of an extensive Rails to Trails bike path that traverses dozens of miles along one of Pennsylvania's scenic waterways. It's location, nearly equidistant from Williamsport and Lock haven in Clinton County, makes it a convenient locatin.
South Williamsport - Located along the southern side of the Susquehanna River across from Williamsport, this mostly bedroom community offers many quiet neighborhoods in affordable price ranges. This independent borough is governed by a mayor and 9 councilmen, 3 from each ward. South Williamsport also has its own school system. Offering a variety of small businesses, it's an easy place to live and is a short drive to the ara's major centers of employment. The community is internationally knows as the host to the annual Little League World Series played every August and has an annual Mummer's parade in October.
Lock Haven - As the main urbanized area and county seat of Clinton County, Lock Haven and its surrounding municipalities are host to government offices, shopping areas, a state university, and diversified industry. To its immediate north are thousands of acres of state game and forest lands making it an outdoorsman's paradise. Located just off I-80 along US220, Lock Haven residents find it easy to get to other centers of employment in both Williamsport and State College.
Laporte - Located in beautiful Sullivan County, an area known for its scenic beauty and wildlife, with numerous lakes, hundreds of seasonal homes, and thousands of undeveloped acres, taking outdoor recreation to a whole new level.
Eagles Mere - Historic Eagles Mere is located in Sullivan County, one of the two central communities of the county. Surrounded by scenic beauty and wildlife, this historic town is warm and welcoming year round with charming shops and places to visit.
Lewisburg - As the home of Bucknell University, Lewisburg is the consummate college town. Its historic downtown is walking distance to the campus and was honored by the National Register of Historic Places. Offering a rich arts scene and vibrant community atmosphere, Lewisburg contains a mix of old and new housing offering something for everyone at all price points.
Mifflinburg - Nestled along Rt.45 just to the west of Lewisburg, the Mifflinburg experience is that of unspoiled 19th century charm. Loaded with specialty shops and historic charm, youíll find concerts in the park, blueberry and bluegrass festivals, and so much more in this rich and wonderful community.
Milton - Located along the Susquehanna River just south of I-80, Milton is ideally situated for the person who wants to live in a quiet community of 6,700 people and be able to jump on the highway to get to work in just a matter of minutes. Its primarily older home stock is well maintained and affordably priced. Having one of the largest industrial parks in north central Pennsylvania, Milton is home to many who live only 5 minutes from work!
Sunbury - With a population of over 10,000, Sunbury has something to offer to everyone. Its location at the meeting of the West and North Branches of the Susquehanna River means thereís plenty to do for those who love water sports. But it also a community loaded with history, only a short hop to regional shopping, and overflowing with a sense of community.
Danville - The discovery of iron ore and development of the railroad helped put this thriving Susquehanna River community on the map. The Iron Heritage Festival is still held every summer. But today itís the influence of Geisinger Medical Center that keeps it there. This top flight regional center is the areas largest employer and a major influence on the lifestyle of the community.
Bloomsburg - Home to Bloomsburg University, this thriving community grew up along the Susquehanna River as a textile manufacturing center. As the county seat of Montour County, the smallest geographic county in Pennsylvania, itís the host of the gigantic Bloomsburg Fair every fall, an event you wonít want to miss.
Berwick - Those who know their Pennsylvania sports know Berwick, home to six state football championships. But get to know the people of Berwick and youíll find itís a warm community with ties to its sister community in England of the same name, and the home of Wise Potato Chips and the PPL nuclear generation plant with a spotless record.
Selinsgrove - Quaint shops, restaurants and business with an abundance of colonial and early American architecture set this town apart. As the home of Susquehanna University, itís got the vibrancy of a college town combined with the relaxed ease of small town living.