May 3, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Towanda Man Faces Over 2,100 Counts of Sex Crimes

A Towanda man was taken into custody by Towanda Borough Police and put behind bars for allegedly assaulting two young female juveniles on multiple occasions.  Jonathan C. More...

Watershed Association Seeks Guidance from Commissioners

Kevin Ray of the Mehoopany Creek Watershed Association (MCWA) reported to the Wyoming County Commissioners on Tuesday morning that a planned $400,000 project in Roger Hollow, Forkston Township, was in jeopardy due to a $42,000 gap in available funds. More...

Personnel Actions Bulk of Susquehanna County Business

The Susquehanna County Commissioners opened their April 26 meeting with a convening of the Salary Board in order to make some personnel adjustments to the county employment roster. More...

Damage Repaired

Richard VanDerWert of Wyalusing Township puts a coat of stain on the Middendorf Cupola at the Wyalusing Borough Park. More...

Jenningsville

On Sunday morning there were a few snow flurries around. Need my winter jacket for a time yet.  It was a busy week here as the ladies spent their time at the hall cooking for the pot pie sale which did very well. More...

Nimble

It’s that time of year where all the baseball fields are busy. The FWM Little League will have its Opening Day this Saturday, May 5 starting at 10 a.m. at the Creek Junction Park at Forkston 4 Corners.  More...

Controversial Question on 2020 Census

Inaccurate counts negatively affect federal funding for which communities may be eligible, from transportation initiatives to Head Start The U.S. More...

Camp FLEA Accepting Applications

Applications are now being accepted to the twenty-first annual Family Life Enrichment Adventure Camp (Camp FLEA) to be held Aug. 15-18 at Camp Brule in Sullivan County. More...

Dimock

The daffodils are blooming in our gardens. We won’t be surprised to see snow on them some frosty morning. It happens every Spring but they survive. More...

Concealed Carry Seminar Held at Fire Hall

Recent statistics show that Pennsylvania is second only to Florida in the number of its citizens (roughly 1.065 million, as of 2016) that have taken on the massive responsibility of acquiring a permit to carry a firearm.  More...

Wyalusing Twp. Approves Insurance Policy SELLS THREE PIECES OF EQUIPMENT FOR NEARLY $1,900 IN BIDS

The Wyalusing Township Board of Supervisors was happy to accept its latest insurance coverage policy from The Kilmer Group on Tuesday night, primarily due to lower premium rates.  More...

Cabot Assists Fire Companies with Equipment

Seventeen fire companies in Susquehanna County were the recipients of a variety of safety equipment from Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation last week. More...

Area Roadwork Scheduled

Bradford County   Bumpville Road Closing  Route 1046 (Bumpville Road) in Rome Township is closed and a detour will be in place using Route 1029 (North Rome Road), Robinson Road and Labarre Road. More...

Beaver Meadows

Well, another week has passed, and thankfully I can make mention that our weather has certainly improved. More...

Pickett: Impact Fee to Benefit Local Housing Needs

Revenue generated by Marcellus Shale impact fees totaling more than $1.3 million will benefit five local projects to help with housing needs, Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Sullivan/ Susquehanna) announced today.  More...

Birthdays and Anniversaries

MAY 6 Donna P. Cole, Wyalusing, PA Jennifer L. More...

Forkston

Donna Otten has had a busy couple of weeks. She went to Cincinnati, Ohio, recently with her daughter and son-in-law, Chrissy and Lonny Boeker. More...

Bradford Co. Finds Savings with In-House Cooling Solution

This story was first published on our website on Thursday, April 26. For breaking news alerts and email updates, visit www.rocket-courier.com. More...

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