October 12, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

FBLA Gets Instruction from Reaper’s Revenge Crew

Since 2002, the Wyalusing Valley High School (WVHS) Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) have been serving up tricks and treats of some nature every October. More...

Laceyville Library Celebrates 100th Birthday

When Bonnie Baker was a little girl, she loved the book Heidi. Day by day, her mother read her the story of the little orphan girl in the Alps.  One night her mother stopped reading just as Heidi was in a precarious situation. More...

Area Roadwork Scheduled

Roadwork Projects  —Susq. County—  Short-Term Work  SR 29 - Springville Twp., lane restriction for shoulder cutting, until Oct. 13, work hours from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.  More...

Nominations Sought for Rainbow Club’s Outstanding Citizen

AWARD NOW MEMORIALIZES WAYNE FELTER

The Wyalusing Rainbow Club is seeking nominations for the recipient of its 17th annual Outstanding Citizen Award that honors exemplary community service.  At their Oct. More...

LACEYVILLE LIBRARY

We are officially 100 years old now. Thank you to the following for donating: Andi Thorn for the beautiful, delicious cake, Cindy Porter for the equally delicious cookies, Ken Patton for the bookmarks, and Bonnie Baker for her presentation. More...

Nimble

Wally, Cindy and Hailey Farr spent the weekend in New Jersey for a softball tournament in which Hailey was playing in.  Philip and Penny Farr spent some time this past week in Florida. More...

Room on the Broom at the Bradford County Library

Get into the Halloween holiday spirit with “Room on the Broom.” Listen to the story, create a craft, enjoy snacks and watch the short film at the Bradford County Library on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 9:30 a.m. More...

Bradford County Commissioners Accepting Applications for Block Grant

The Bradford County Commissioners invite non-profit agencies and municipalities to apply for the 2017 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). There will be a public hearing at 10:30 a.m. More...

P&G Kicks Off Annual United Way Campaign

On Monday, Sept. 25, P&G hosted its annual campaign kickoff activities inviting employees and representatives from local United Ways along with health and human service agencies to participate.  More...

Jenningsville

Several were excited for the much needed rain showers over the weekend. Hopefully, not too much damage was done for the beautiful foliage that is starting. I hope that it holds on for a little bit longer.  More...

PA History Presentation to be Held at MU

“Rust and Renaissance: A History of Pennsylvania’s Working Landscapes Since 1945” will be the topic of a presentation by Allen Dieterich- Ward, author of Beyond Rust: Metropolitan Pittsburgh and the Fate of Industrial America in Man More...

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and during the week of Oct. More...

Charges Dropped Against Towanda Man

The Bradford County District Attorney’s Office recently withdrew all charges against Kenneth Oliver Raymond, Sr., 33, of Towanda.  More...

‘Endless Mountains HalloWINEfest’ Returns Oct. 28

There are already 10 wineries and roughly 30 vendors confirmed to attend the second annual “Endless Mountains HalloWINEfest” on Saturday, Oct. 28 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wyoming County Community Fairgrounds.  More...

Supervisors Adopt Solicitation Ordinance

WYSOX TWP. PURSUES PHASE ONE OF RIVER PARK REVAMP

Those who want to peddle merchandise or solicit services door to door in Wysox Township will now need to apply for and attain a license to do so. More...

EMHR Conference Honors Sullivan Co. Members

Three Sullivan County board members of the Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) and two additional people with whom they have worked closely on projects over the past few years shared a Heritage Development Award at the annual EMHR Membership Mee More...

Beaver Meadows

The weather cooling down a bit from the unseasonably warm temperatures we have been having. While watching the local news earlier in the week they reported that several runners dropped out of Scranton’s Steamtown Marathon on Sunday. More...

Dimock

“Oh, suns and skies and clouds of June, count all your joys together. You cannot rival for one hour October’s bright blue weather”. Helen Hunt Jackson.  We have enjoyed quite a lot of unusually bright blue weather this year. More...

SBDC Training For Small Business Start Ups

The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will hold a training seminar, “The First Step: Starting Your Business”, on Tuesday, Oct. 17 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Progress Building, 1 Elizabeth Street, Towanda. More...

PA’s Unemployment System Facing Crisis Status

Once again, unemployment compensation workers and furloughees as well as labor allies, faith leaders and community advocates, will raise their voices over the lack of movement on fixing the unemployment compensation system with longterm funding.  More...

Fritz Urged DRBC to Suspend Drilling Moratorium Advances

A resolution introduced by Rep. More...

Mike Lovegreen to Present Agriculture History at Dietrich Theater Saturday

Agriculture has been at the heart of the economy of the Endless Mountains region for hundreds of years, starting with the Native American planting of corn and other crops.  Farming endures today as the backbone, not only of our economy, but also More...

DEP Making Surprise Inspections at Area Farms, Checking Manure Mgmt. Plans

Manure Management plans are required in PA for anyone who mechanically applies manure or pastures animals.  The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has been inspecting Bradford County farms in recent weeks and is responsible for enforci More...

Forkston

It seems like last week was a good time for folks to travel.  Bill and Kim Severcool celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary with a trip to Lake Ontario. More...

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