July 10, 2014 RSS feed / Local News

Truck Stops on the Rise in Area

With truck traffic in Bradford County seeming to be at an all-time high, the demand for large truck accessible fueling stations is as well. More...

Veterans’ Picnic Welcome to All

Scheduled for July 20 at Wysox Fire Hall

It’s always a kind gesture to sit down and talk with a veteran and thank them for their service. More...

Author of French Azilum Novel to Speak at Bradford County Historical Society, July 18

The Bradford County Historical Society will host a program titled Waiting for the Queen: A New Novel Set at French Azilum scheduled for Friday, July 18 at 6 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. More...

Hilgner Graduated From Ithaca College

Larissa Hilgner, a native of Montrose, graduated from Ithaca College’s School of Health Sciences and Human Performance with a degree in clinical health studies. More...

Monroeton Public Library Announces Geek of the Week

Emily Brown has been a regular at the Monroeton Public Library since she was a little girl. Summer reading programs and other programs held at the library sparked Brown’s love of reading. More...

Dewing Crowned Endless Mountains Maple Queen

The Endless Mountains Maple Syrup Producers Association held its annual banquet and Maple Queen contest on June 26 at Cafe 316 on Main Street in Towanda. Alaina Dewing was crowned the 2014-2015 Endless Mountains Maple Queen. More...

Keystone College to Host ‘Sneak A Peak’ Information Session

Keystone College will host a “Sneak A Peak” information session on Monday, July 14 on campus. More...

Inaugural Troy Fair Pet Expo Set for July 21

If there’s one thing many people have in common, it is their love for their pets. That’s what the Troy Fair Junior Board had in mind when brainstorming ideas for an event to plan for the 139th Troy Fair. More...

Tickets for Connie’s Market Sweep

Wyalusing sixth grader Spencer Krewson assisted members of the Wyalusing Area Education Foundation (WAEF) last Saturday outside Connie’s Market with selling tickets for the Wyalusing to Washington Connie’s Market Sweep fundraiser. More...

Burgess Appointed Wyalusing Mayor

The first order of official business at Monday night’s meeting of the Wyalusing Borough Council was a call for nominations for a new mayor from Council President George Anderson. More...

Treatment Court Graduates Continue on Road to Sobriety

Sobriety—it’s a never-ending battle for an addict striving to achieve it, as one minor slip or mishap could put them right back on the deadly path they had been so imprudently traveling. More...

‘Redeemed’ Group to Provide Special Music at Vesper Church

The group “Redeemed” will provide the special music for the Standing Stone Vesper Church on Sunday, July 13 at 7 p.m. More...

Births

Case Jackson Gainer Case was born June 21, 2014 at 7:28 a.m. at Robert Packet Hospital, Sayre. He weighed in at 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 19 inches long. His parents are Chris and Shauna Case of Wilmot. More...

Fourth of July at Herrickville

(Top Photo) Louis Aeppli, right, the last living charter member of the Herrickville Volunteer Fire Department, is pictured with his nephew, Roland Aeppli, also a fire company member, during last week’s July 4th Celebration. More...

Dallas Man Charged with Homicide

Paul Paci, Jr., 22, Dallas, faces criminal homicide charges in the death of Russell Allen Fauver, 31, Montrose. More...

Meshoppen Borough Considers New Police Car

Meshoppen Mayor Bruce Marshall announced the borough is scanning the market for a new police vehicle. More...

First LPN Class Gets Pinned

SCCTC Graduates 29 from Practical Nurse Program

In a ceremony that was both joyful and tearful, the first graduating class of the newly-instituted Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) course at the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center (SCCTC) walked the boards on July 3. More...

Pickett Resolution Designates July 20 As Veterans Appreciation Day in PA

To show appreciation to veterans throughout Bradford County and Pennsylvania, Representative Tina Pickett has secured legislative approval of House Resolution 916, designating July 20, 2014, as Veterans Appreciation Day in Pennsylvania and recognizin More...

‘Annie Get Your Gun’ at Tunkhannock Middle School

The Wyoming County Players present “Annie Get Your Gun” this coming Saturday, July 12 at 2 and 7 p.m. at the Tunkhannock Middle School. More...

Clark Graduates From Hartford

Taylor Clark of Sayre graduated from the University of Hartford during an on-campus ceremony on Sunday, May 18. Clark earned a Bachelor of Science in health science from the University’s College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions. More...

Memorial’s PCH Residents Celebrate Birthdays

Every month the residents of the Memorial Hospital’s Personal Care Home enjoy a birthday cake in recognition of anyone celebrating a birthday during that month. More...

Pickett Asks PUC to Address Insurance Gaps with Ride-Sharing Companies

House Insurance Chairman Representative Tina Pickett has asked the Pennsylvania Utility Commission (PUC) to address the gaps in insurance coverage for ride-sharing companies, such as Lyft and Uber, as part of the application review process. More...

Care Home Residents Entertained by Hejira Group

Feet were tapping and smiles were on display as residents of Memorial Hospital’s Personal Care Home (PCH) took delight in the entertainment provided by the talented Hejira World Music Group. More...

Quilt to be Raffled for Save the Sale Barn Fund

Cindy Ammerman, owner of Nothing Fancy, has been busy for months, working on a quilt depicting the Troy Sale Barn. The quilt will be raffled off with the proceeds going toward the Save the Sale Barn Fund. More...

Alison Decatur Named to Dean’s List

Allison Decatur, a Forensic Psychology major and resident of Athens, was among the students from Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne who was named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2013 semester. More...

Tuscarora Wayne Group Welcomes New Directors

John J. Griffin, chairman of the Tuscarora Wayne Group, has announced the appointments of Michael R. Klinefelter, R. Joseph Landy and Anthony J. Ventello to the group’s Boards of Directors. More...

Claverack Crews Working To Restore Electricity

Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative line crews are working to restore power to about 1,900 members who lost electric service after a fierce storm swept through the region Tuesday evening. More...

After the Storm

Herrickville area resident Nicole Cooley’s photo of the stunning sunset at the Wyalusing Rocks Tuesday evening offers a peaceful contrast to the raging storm that filled the skies shortly befor More...

News from the Wyalusing Public Library

Please come out and join us Thursday as we host Dinorific, a fact-packed program of dinosaur discussion and art project presented by Michael Sgrignoli and his son, Ethan. Program starts at 6:30 p.m. and is free and open to all ages. More...

Nine New Members Join United Way of Bradford County Board

The United Way of Bradford County recently announced the following nine individuals who have joined the United Way of Bradford County Board of Directors in the past year: More...

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