October 3, 2013 RSS feed / Local News

Wyalusing Fall Festival Set for Oct. 12

The Wyalusing Fall Festival, sponsored by the Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce, will take place on Main Street in Wyalusing on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

Raising Awareness Fair to be Held

The Bradford County Communities That Care Coalition (CTC) met on Sept. 11, to work on several items related to their mission. More...

Harvest Time Leads to Increase in Farm Equipment Traffic

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

LACEYVILLE LIBRARY

Today is our first soup sale of the season. We start selling at 11 a.m. and sell until it is gone. We’ll have four kinds, all homemade and all delicious. We thank Gary Sharer for all the aluminum cans. More...

Tourney Benefits Wyoming United Way

The Wyoming County United Way, which benefits dozens of community nonprofits throughout the county geared to assisting persons with economic, educational, physical or developmental disabilities, received $71,095 recently from the Marcellus Open Golf More...

Children’s House Receives Grants

The Children’s House, formerly managed by the Bradford County Child Sexual Abuse Task Force, recently received grant funding from Walmart Store 1835 and Sam’s Club Giving Program. More...

Mach-wi-hi-lusing DAR Holds September Meeting

The Mach-wi-hilusing Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) met on Sept. 18 at the Wyalusing Hotel with nine members and two guests present. More...

Guthrie to Offer Flu Shots

Guthrie will offer Flu Shot Clinics for Guthrie and non- Guthrie patients in the month of October in four regional offices. The Flu Shot Clinics will operate on a walk-in basis with no appointment necessary. Insurance will be billed. More...

There are no obituaries in this week’s edition.

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October Office Hours Set for Rep. Pickett

Rep. Tina Pickett recently announced the schedule of her satellite office hours for the month of October. More...

New Online Service for Duplicate Licenses, ID Cards

PAs part of PennDOT’s commitment to enhanced customer service, customers can now order a duplicate non-commercial driver’s license or photo identification card online if theirs is lost or stolen. More...

Area Roadwork Scheduled

BRIDGE ON SUGAR HOLLOW ROAD CLOSING OCT. 7 According to a spokesman for PennDOT District 4, the SR3003 (Sugar Hollow Road) bridge in Mehoopany will be closed beginning on Monday, Oct. 7. More...

Wyalusing Business Park Poised to Clear Hurdles

While not particularly lengthy, the Tuesday evening meeting of the Wyalusing Township Supervisors revealed some legitimate concerns and the news that the Wyalusing Business Park project proposed last year was moving forward again. More...

Tunkhannock School District to Receive Active Shooter Training

The Wyoming County District Attorney’s office is sponsoring an active shooter training at the Tunkhannock Area High School complex during the daytime hours on Friday, Oct. 11. More...

Canadian Company Looks to Bradford County for Expansion

Three representatives from Specialized Tech Inc., a company based in Calgary, Alberta Province, Canada, visited Bradford County this week. More...

DAR Takes up New Project

Dr. Paul Carlson (left) met with the Montrose Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Regent Mary Ann Cunningham and past regents Nan Baker and Marleta Shadduck to initiate the Myrtle Carlson Memorial Fund in memory of his wife. More...

New Business Opens in Wysox

The grand opening of Kitchen Konnections, Inc. was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 28 in the store on Golden Mile Road in Wysox. More...

Susquehanna County Adopts KOEZ Resolution

A main order of business for the Susquehanna County Commissioners at their Sept. More...

Tunkhannock Woman Deployed for Red Cross Work in Colorado

Just two years and one week after unprecedented flooding destroyed homes and destroyed roads along the northern branch of the Susquehanna River and its tributaries, parts of western Colorado experienced historic flooding. More...

Tuscarora Township Supervisors Hold Monthly Meeting

All supervisors, the secretary and six citizens attended the September township meeting. The minutes were read and approved. More...

October is Designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This October, Quality Insights of Pennsylvania supports National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time to promote regular mammograms to increase early detection of breast cancer. More...

Williams

Mark and Courtney Williams of Sherborn, MA are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Avery Kathryn, born on Sept. 19, 2013 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. She weighed in at 6 lbs., 11 oz. and was 19-1/2 inches long. More...

Three Farm Tours Planned In Bradford County

Farms come in many sizes and types, including beef operations; smaller, organic, grazing dairy farms, and larger, free-stall dairy operations. More...

Small Businesses Encouraged to Support Susquehanna County United Way’s Club 100

United Way of Susquehanna County and other local United Ways across Northeastern Pennsylvania have partnered with WBRE/WYOU and PA Homepage in the creation and promotion of an initiative to recognize and thank small hometown businesses for their supp More...

Yaw Sponsoring Landowner Protection Bills

State Senator Gene Yaw recently announced that he will introduce legislation aimed at expanding the rights of landowners who are currently leased with gas companies for the exploration of natural gas. More...

Mansfield Launches Online Career Recruiting System

The Mansfield University Career Center, in a collaborative effort with career centers at all Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) universities, has launched Mountie Career Connection, a new online career resource and recruiting syst More...

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