January 19, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Phillip Frisbie Charged In Fatal July 2016 Crash

A Towanda man is facing homicide and aggravated assault charges following a July 2016 crash that left a boy and two adults dead, as well as three others injured.  According to state police, Phillip E. More...

Another Successful Year for WAEF in 2016

In 2016, the Wyalusing Area Education Foundation (WAEF) experienced another successful year seeing more than $100,000 come to the organization to help fund the various programs and scholarships it manages. More...

Spirit of Harmony Flourishes at Bradford Co. Courthouse

Along with action on many agenda items, Thursday’s meeting of the Bradford County Commissioners was also a time when compliments were exchanged between the commissioners and several county officials attending the meeting.  More...

Legion Post 534 Gives Nearly $34K to Good Causes in 2016

Many may look back on 2016 and wonder whether they truly helped their fellow man or gave enough back to the community, but American Legion Post 534 in Wyalusing will certainly not have that problem.  At a recent meeting, Post 534 officers found More...

Forkston

We seem to be in a post-holiday lull with many folks staying home and not a lot to go to anyway.  Ellen Otten reports that her nephew, Raymond Honeywell, had surgery and expects to return to work very soon.  More...

Little Meadows

Friday, Jan. 13, Dorothy Belknap called and wanted to know if I wanted to go and try to see the snowy owl. So off we went. First stop was the LeRaysville Cheese Factory. We got some cheese and started talking with Charity Dunbar. More...

Dimock

We send our condolences to the family of Pat Hibbard Kraus. Pat was the sister of Susan Hibbard Gesford of Dimock.  More...

Towanda Gun Club Helps Area Fire Departments

The Towanda Gun Club continued its charitable outreach on Wednesday, Jan. 11 by donating a total of $10,000 to local volunteer fire departments.  More...

Five Generations of the Salsman Family

Five generations of the Salsman family recently gathered together for a photo. More...

Friendly Muzzleloader Competition Moves to Black Walnut Legion

PRIMITIVE OUTDOORSMEN HOST ‘WINTER RIFLE FROLIC’

The former Endless Mountains Primitive Biathlon at Camp Brulé has evolved into what is now known as the “Winter Rifle Frolic:” a friendly muzzleloader shooting competition hosted by the Endless Mountains Primitive Outdoorsmen at the Black More...

Area Roadwork Scheduled

—Bradford County— Upcoming Projects Announced   More...

Fire Hits P&G Warehouse

Over 100 firefighters from five area counties responded to this blaze that broke out just after midnight on Tuesday, Jan. More...

SCCTC, Elk Lake Discuss Snow Closings

The Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center (SCCTC) was forced to move their regularly scheduled board meeting to Jan. 12 due to a weather-related closing on the scheduled meeting date of Jan. 11. More...

Susquehanna Co. Talks Construction Project

In the final moments of their regular Jan. 11 meeting, Susquehanna County Commissioner Chairman Alan Hall asked Nick Sracic, a representative from Johnson Controls, Inc. More...

Nimble

Friday evening, Wally and Hailey Farr attended the girls’ basketball game at the Tunkhannock Area High School.  Saturday, Cindy and Hailey Farr headed to the University of North Carolina for Hailey to attended Coach Donna Papa’s soft More...

Greene Graduates Basic Training

U.S. Air Force Airman Theodore A. Greene, Jr. More...

Beaver Meadows

Mary Ellen Brotzman of Wapwallopen drove up to visit her mom, Carol, on Friday. Carol said other than that, she was busy at home doing her spring cleaning while we had a couple of days of a January thaw.  More...

Annual Original Book Writing Competition Announced

The Bradford County Library in Burlington announces the 2017 annual original book writing competition. If you are a student in first through eighth grade and live in Bradford County, you can write a book and enter their competition. More...

Plays Coming to Towanda Jr./Sr. High School

A One Act Play Showcase will be held on Sunday, Jan. 22 at 3 p.m. at the Towanda Jr./Sr. High School auditorium. The plays presented will be the ones that the students performed at the PA High School Speech League State One Act Play Festival.  More...

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