January 25, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Two Men Busted with 200 Pounds of Pot at Airport

Authorities arrested two men from the western United States and seized 40 vacuum sealed packages collectively containing around 200 pounds of marijuana from the airplane they had landed at the Bradford County Airport last Wednesday, Jan. 17.  More...

Donna Iannone Running For PA Representative

Donna Iannone, a resident of Dushore and a Sullivan County Commissioner, recently announced that she is running for PA State Representative in the 110th Legislative District, which serves Bradford, Sullivan and western Susquehanna County.  More...

Museum Raises Over $15K at NYE Event

ENTERS PHASE II OF ‘MOVE TO MAIN STREET’ CAMPAIGN   While it has acquired two new buildings since late 2015, the Wyalusing Valley Museum is still mortgage-free thanks to generous donations from the community and local organizations a More...

Dimock

The Dimock News is being written on Sunday. Our world is still covered in sparkling snow but by the time you read this our snow may be gone. Rain is forecast. More...

Nimble

I’m sure the school students were happy this past week, with having three days with no school. Hailey Farr and friend spent some of that time sleigh riding in the fields. More...

Protect Smartphones from Phony Apps

While many people found a new smartphone under the tree last month, Secretary of Banking and Securities Robin L. More...

Free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program Available

United Way of Susquehanna County in partnership with United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne County again this year will be offering the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) to residents of Susquehanna County to prepare local, state and federal More...

Preparing Teens Returning from a Treatment Center

Raising a teenager can be a challenge under the best circumstances.  But when a teenager’s addictions, learning disabilities, or emotional and behavioral issues become more than parents can bear, the young people often are placed in resid More...

Rushville

Last Weeks News  Sympathy goes out to the Polly Bates family She passed away at her home after an illness and is not suffering anymore.  Happy Birthday to Jackie Gage was on Thursday, Jan. 18 and Gary Downer was on Friday, Jan. More...

Little Meadows

For some reason, I have started thinking about gardening and spring. Must be the warm up that we have had here and there for a few hours. My first thought was did I put enough mulch on my new roses. I think maybe not. More...

Tolan Inducted into National Society

Kayla Tolan of Monroeton was inducted into National Society of Leadership and Success at Kutztown University.  The society is the nation’s largest leadership honor society. More...

Century 21 Jackson Real Estate and C&N Donate to The Children’s House

In support of Citizens & Northern’s (C&N) Giving Back, Giving Together annual community fundraising campaign, Evan Barnes, of Century 21 Jackson Real Estate in Towanda, along with Amy Johnson and Darci Baird, both of C&N, presented More...

Farm Women United Group Newly Established

A group of women announced this week the foundation of Farm Women United (FWU).  FWU was organized by farm women who are no longer willing to be ignored or silenced by the powerful “special interests” currently controlling our nation More...

Beaver Meadows

Carol Brotzman said she is still staying close to home due to the weather and not much is going on. She had visitors, Elwood and Patty Cobb of Horseheads, NY along with their friends, stopping by for a short visit on Saturday.  More...

Financial Tips

PA Secretary of Banking and Securities Robin L. More...

Pickup Truck Drives into Creek in Terry Twp.

This photo of a red GMC pickup truck that ended up in Sugar Run Creek along Robinson Road in Terry Township last Wednesday night, Jan. 17 was first published on our website the following morning. More...

Treatment Court Honors Eight Grads in Tunkhannock

“Don’t roll the dice, and you won’t get into trouble again.”  More...

IT Position Filled in Wyoming County

The Wyoming County Commissioners reported at their regular Jan. More...

Wyalusing Rotary Hosting Venison Dinner

A venison dinner, sponsored by the Wyalusing Area Rotary Club to benefit Wyalusing’s Helping Hands Food Pantry, and also to thank everyone who donated to Hunters Sharing the Harvest, will be held on Saturday, Jan. More...

ARCC of Towanda Recipient of Donation

First Citizens Community Bank (FCCB) gives back to organizations that influence the lives of our neighbors. More...

Bridge Replacement Project Underway in Bradford County

The County of Bradford currently owns and maintains 53 bridges in accordance with PennDOT and FHWA standards as a part of the municipal roadway system. The bridges are of various design, age and conditional rating. More...

Audits of SERS, PSERS Called for Forfeiture Reform

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale issued the following statement calling on the General Assembly to tighten public pension rules to prevent convicted public employees from collecting on taxpayer-funded pensions:  More...

AG Shapiro Announces Initial Win In Case Against Fracking Companies

Attorney General (AG) Josh Shapiro said “Landowners have a right not to be subjected to unfair and deceptive conduct when leasing their land.”  More...

Jenningsville

It was quite the walk with freezing temperatures and heavy snowstorms coming down one night. More...

‘Fill a Bag for Kids’ Project a Success

The Christmas meeting of the Beta Rho Chapter was held at St. Mark’s Parish Hall in New Milford. More...

New Calf Barn a Real Timesaver at McCloe Pond Farm

While it used to take around three hours to feed the calves at the McCloe Pond Farm in Laceyville, the opening of a new calf barn in September equipped with a state-of-the-art, automatic feeding system has condensed the process to just 30 minutes.&nb More...

Americans Seek Treatment Act

Congressman Tom Marino and Congresswoman Karen Bass introduced H.R. 4769, the Helping Americans Seek Treatment Act of 2018.  More...

The Endless Mountains Pregnancy Care Centers (EMPCC) Recognized

The Endless Mountains Pregnancy Care Centers (EMPCC) exist for the purpose of providing free and confidential support physical, emotional, and spiritual to individuals involved in pregnancy, while always giving witness to the love of Jesus Christ. More...

Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau Announces Room Grant Recipients

The following is the list of projects that were awarded funding through the 2017 Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau’s room tax grant program:  More...

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