September 27, 2012 RSS feed / Local News

More Roadwork Slated in Region

A resurfacing project along one mile of Route 6 in Wyalusing Township, Bradford County is started Sept. 24. Pennsy Supply, Inc. More...

United Way Conducts Informative Kick-Off Event

United Way of Bradford County (UWBC) board members offered some noticeable changes in this year’s campaign kick-off event. More...

Seasonal Increase in Farm Traffic Merits Extra Caution on Roadways

With the arrival of fall, farmers across the region are heading to the fields to harvest their crops. As a result, residents in rural areas will be seeing more tractors and large planting equipment on local roads. More...

Motorcyclists Invited To ‘Rally for D.C.’

The Wyalusing Valley Elementary School Sixth Grade will host their annual Motorcycle Rally to raise funds for a trip to Washington, D.C. on Sunday, Oct. 7. More...

News from the Wyalusing Public Library

Did you know that you can renew your books, movies and audio books from the comfort of your own home computer or telephone? More...

BCHS Presents Honors

The Leo E. Wilt Historian of the Year Award was presented to Jay Cory (above, left) by Bradford County Historical Society (BCHS) president Henry Farley at the annual meeting of the society on Sept. 23. More...

LACEYVILLE LIBRARY

Our first soup sale of the season is next Thursday, Oct. 4, 11 a.m. until sold out. Fall is in the air and a good, hot bowl of homemade soup would really hit the spot. More...

USDA’S MILC Program Ends on September 30

USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Bradford/Sullivan and Susquehanna/Wyoming County Executive Director Jason Pontillo reminds producers that Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) program ends on Sept. 30. More...

Keystone Celebrates Final Week of Film

Just one week after celebrating its 125th Anniversary, the Keystone Theatre will mark another milestone with the conversion from 35mm film to digital projection and RealD 3D. More...

Grave Rededication in Litchfield Township Sept. 29

On Saturday, Sept. More...

College of Ag Sciences To Hold Open House

Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences will hold an informative open house for prospective students, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 8, in the auditorium of the Hetzel Union Building—also known as the HUB. More...

New Albany Celebrates Autumn and Local Royalty

Wyalusing Valley High School freshman Amber Shirk was crowned Miss New Albany on Saturday, concluding the daylong New Albany Fall Festival, an event that featured live music in the town park’s pavilion, activities for children, a parade of floa More...

NRCS Host AXIS to Engage Youth Mentors

On Thursday, Oct. More...

Blue Cross Seeks Nominations For 2013 Gallery of Hope

Earlier this year, ten northeastern and north central Pennsylvania residents took the brave step of sharing their personal stories of surviving breast cancer in an effort to educate others about the disease. More...

North Branch Triathlon Winners’ Gallery

Photos by Pete Hardenstine Jen Stevens and Chaz Ross were the Ironwoman and Ironman from the 2012 North Branch Triathlon held on Sept. 22 in Wyalusing. More...

Elk Lake Board Discusses Govt. Dietary Guidelines

At the Elk Lake School Board Sept. 20 meeting, board members and visitors alike had much to say about new governmental guidelines on meals provided by schools. More...

Trees Trimmed to Protect Laceyville Reservoir

Walter Rought of Laceyville was one of three employees of Kunkle’s Tree Service to do some tree trimming for Laceyville Borough this past weekend in the area of the municipality’s reservo More...

SCCTC Honored for Energy Conservation

Ross Kelly, Vice President of Marketing at Energy Education, attended the Sept. More...

Mother and Daughter Each Takes Second Place in “Keystone Ride”

Susquehanna County 4-H member Kelly Oliver, 14, Springville and her mother 4-H Horse Leader Connie Oliver recently competed in the Pennsylvania State 4-H Competitive Trail Ride, also known as the “Keystone Ride” on September 16. More...

Bradford County Dairy Princess Wins State Title

Maria Jo Noble, Gillett, was crowned the 56th Pennsylvania Dairy Princess on Sept. 22, after a three-day competition. Noble is the 18-year-old daughter of Stuart and Elaine Noble. More...

Beware of Phone Call Hoaxes

Court Administrator of Pennsylvania Zygmont A. Pines is urging residents across the Commonwealth to be wary of prank phone calls and text messages about jury duty. More...

Library Hosts Writer

The Bradford County Library will present a program featuring author Stephanie Hamel, who will discuss her memoir “Gas Drilling and the Fracking of a Marriage” on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m. More...

Emergency Department Has New Entrance at RPH

Starting October 1, the walk-in entrance for patients coming to the Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital Emergency Department will move to the north side of the facility, at the second floor entrance to Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital. More...

Painted Pumpkins to be Paired With Quilts

The board of the Wyoming County Cultural Center invites the public to join them on Saturday, Oct. 6, during Tunkhannock’s Airing of the Quilts, a Dietrich Theater fundraiser. More...

A Warm, Wet Fall Would Dampen Foliage Colors

This summer was notable because of drought conditions in June and July, and searing heat in July, but that won’t limit the beauty of Pennsylvania’s fall foliage. More...

Life Chain Events Planned

The Bradford County Pennsylvanians for Human Life recently met for their annual picnic meeting at the home of organization president Michael Kilmer in Wyalusing. Plans were made for the upcoming Life Chains to be held on Sunday, Oct. More...

Voter ID Available to All With One Trip to PennDOT

The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation and State today announced voters can choose to receive either secure PennDOT IDs, or Department of State voting-only ID cards, when visiting a PennDOT driver license center to obtain photo ID to vote und More...

Baby Buggy Contest Set for Fall Festival

The Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce (GWCC) is making final preparations for Wyalusing’s annual Fall Festival, which will be held on Saturday, Oct. 13. From 9 a.m. More...

St. Agnes Recognized For Its 135 Years

The Most Reverend Joseph C. Bambera, Bishop of the Diocese of Scranton, for the first time helped celebrate Mass at Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church of Towanda. More...

October Satellite Hours Announced by Rep. Pickett

Rep. Tina Pickett will have staff available in Susquehanna and Sullivan counties to help residents with state-government services on Wednesdays in October. More...

County Drug Take-Back Day September 29

On Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. More...

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