August 18, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Rain Threat Doesn’t Dampen Pickett’s Barbecue

The theme of State Representative Tina Pickett’s 15th annual barbecue held Aug. More...

Toomey Stops in Towanda

Senator Pat Toomey is pictured above with his son, Patrick, during his recent campaign stop in Towanda Sunday. More...

Twenty Years of Picking Ears at Elk Lake

Raising funds for extracurricular activities has long been a struggle for students in school districts across the country. More...

Keystone Observatory Slates Fall Sessions

The Thomas G. Cupillari (’60) Astronomical Observatory will begin its fall program on Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m. and will continue each Wednesday and Friday evening through Friday, Nov. 18.  More...

BCRAC Seeks Entries For Talent Competition

The stage is waiting for you. For years, the Bradford County Regional Arts Council (BCRAC) has been bringing talent in from outside the region to play on its stage—now it’s your turn. More...

Forkston

The weather has been so hot and humid that many folks are staying home. It was certainly nice to have a little rain. More...

Pool at Mt. Pisgah To Close Friday

Due to limited staffing, Mt. Pisgah State Park’s swimming pool complex will be closed for the season beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19. The swimming pool will not be open for the Labor Day weekend. More...

Dimock

LeJune Ely

Reverend J. Daniel Herron died last Thursday after a long illness. Reverend Dan and his wife, Mary, served the Dimock and Springville United Methodist Churches in the 1960s.  More...

Nimble

Bette Farr

Skip and Marleah Henning enjoyed time this past week, with their grandson, Owen Hill of Virginia, who was spending time here on Nimble Hill with them.  Phil, Penny, Ian and Genevieve Farr spent a few days at Ocean City, MD, this past weekend. More...

Residents Offer Input on Comprehensive Plan

People attending last week’s Wyalusing Firemen’s Celebration had an opportunity to visit a tent with displays highlighting Wyalusing Borough’s upcoming comprehensive plan update, which is currently underway.  More...

Civil War Weekend at French Azilum

--As storms rolled through the area over the weekend, French Azilum area residents may not have known whether they heard thunder or rifle and cannon fire.  Civil War Weekend was in full swing as re-enactors from multiple regional units converged More...

NTSWA to Expand Landfill, Appoints New Board Member

While the Bradford County Commissioners recently made a decision to extend the existence of the Northern Tier Solid Waste Authority (NTSWA) to Dec. More...

Jenningsville

Barbara Smith

This past week was a record breaker when pertaining to heat. From most reports recently, staying inside was all everyone felt like doing, myself included.  More...

159th Harford Fair Opens Sunday

If you have been following the articles about this year’s 159th Harford Fair, you know that there is a lot to see and do for everyone at this year’s fair. Many of the events are traditional, and others are new to More...

A Look Back at the Start of P&G’s Mehoopany Plant

Publisher’s Note: With the exception of the photo on this page submitted by Paul McIntyre (bottom right), all of the stories and photos in this look back at the beginning of Procter & Gamble’s Charmin plant in Mehoopany were gleaned f More...

Rushville

Cindy Douglas 744-2099

Congratulations to Nick Holinej and Mikayla Douglas, who were married on Saturday, Aug. 13 at the Newhart Pond at 4 p.m. More...

Beaver Meadows

Nancy Keeler

Holey Toledo—we sure are experiencing a stretch of hot and humid weather. Regularly watered vegetable gardens are loving this weather and are busy producing a bountiful harvest. More...

Susquehanna County Still Talking About Proposed Incinerator Project

At their regular Aug. 10 meeting, the Susquehanna County Commissioners faced a full contingent of visitors who clamored for answers regarding the proposed industrial incinerator project that continues to be a hot topic throughout the county. More...

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