April 28, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Eagle Scout Project Improves Rectory

Wyalusing Troop 8 Boy Scout Sam Tewksbury of Spring Hill is nearing completion of his Eagle Scout project that is bringing improvements to the foundation of the rectory at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Wyalusing. More...

The Busiest Man in the Courthouse

Wyoming County’s relatively new Public Defender, Attorney Steve Franko, is arguably the busiest man in the county’s Tunkhannock courthouse. More...

College Fair Tonight at WVHS

The Wyalusing Valley Jr.-Sr. High School Guidance Office is hosting its 21st Post-Secondary Education Information Evening on Thursday, April 28. More...

Sen. Yaw Expresses Disappointment in IRRC Decision

In a 3-2 decision, the Independent Regulatory Review Commission (IRRC) voted recently to approve controversial regulations pertaining to the conventional and unconventional oil and gas industries, according to state Senator Gene Yaw. More...

SCCTC Students of Month for February

Dr. Alice M. Davis, executive director of the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center (SCCTC), announces the “Students of the Month” for February 2016. More...

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Many tears were shed last Sunday with Pastor Dale Anschuetz’s final sermon. Pastor Dale became Pastor Emeritus and Pastor David Nelson became the Interim Pastor on Sunday. More...

Dimock

Our sympathy is extended to the Bonavita family. They lost another dear member last week when Chris died after bravely enduring a long illness. More...

WYALUSING SCHOOL MENUS

WYALUSING ELEMENTARY BREAKFAST MONDAY, MAY 2 Breakfast pizza or Assorted whole grain cereal w/animal crackers, chilled juice and/or fruit, low-fat milk. More...

Nimble

Wally and Cindy Farr attended Tunkhannock Area High School softball games this past week in Pittston and Wyoming Area with wins for Tunkhannock at both games. More...

Claverack CEO Talks Grid Protection with Lawmakers

Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative President and CEO Bobbi Kilmer told a House Transportation and Infrastructure subpanel recently that regardless of the cause of a power outage, restoring service as quickly and safely as possible requires advance More...

Gillett Man Acquitted of Rape Charges

A Bradford County jury recently found a Gillett man not guilty on all counts of sexual misconduct. More...

Elk Lake Board Announces Year-End Activities

The Elk Lake school board met on April 20 to wrap-up school year activities. In principal’s reports, an extensive list of year-end activities was offered. Those include class trips and awards dinners. More...

Statues Come to Veterans Memorial Park

Folks may have noticed a few new additions to the Bradford County Veterans Memorial Park in recent weeks, as personally inscribed pavers and two bronze statues were put into place. More...

Legion Auxiliary Hosts State President

Wyalusing’s American Legion Auxiliary Unit 534 hosted the Bradford-Potter-Tioga County Council’s quarterly meeting on April 14. More...

Ribbon Cutting Today at Towanda Terrace

An Open House and Ribbon Cutting will take place today, April 28, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Towanda Terrace Development, 410 Main Street, Towanda. The 10.8 million dollar development is Phase I of the Downtown Revitalization Project. More...

Jenningsville

Sunday was a really nice day, a bit windy, but just nice for mowing lawns, which are starting to grow now. More...

Bluegrass Festival Returning to Tunkhannock’s Lazy Brook Park

The NEPA Bluegrass Festival will return to Lazy Brook Park in Tunkhannock from Thursday to Sunday, June 2 to 5. More than a dozen international bluegrass and folk bands will be featured on two stages. More...

Senators Introduce Bill 1202 to Help Stem Opioid Drug Abuse

Two state senators have introduced legislation to require Continuing Medical Education (CME) training for those professionals licensed to prescribe in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. More...

AG Launches Audit of PUC’s Administration Of Shale Gas Well Impact Fees Under Act 13

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale recently announced the start of a performance audit of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s administration of the collection and disbursement of the unconventional shale gas well impact fees provided fo More...

Rushville

Last Week’s Items Friday evening was the last bingo for the summer. They had a very good turnout with 65 people. The firemen donated all the proceeds to the playground fund, which was $800. More...

‘Little Free Library’ Opens

Little Free Libraries are a global phenomenon. The small, front-yard book exchanges number 36,000 around the world in 70 countries—from Iceland to Tasmania to Pakistan. More...

Forkston

Mara and Paige Adams were two of the students who participated in Battle of the Books recently. We’re proud of all those who took part. More...

Area PennDOT Projects Getting Underway

PennDOT Announces Stop Sign Installation in Mehoopany PennDOT announces plans to install a new multi-way stop sign on PA Rt. 187 northbound in Mehoopany. More...

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