September 27, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Pumper Truck Arrives at New Albany Volunteer Fire Department

The New Albany Volunteer Fire Department took possession of a new pumper truck on Wednesday, Sept. More...

Guthrie Offers Flood Relief Financial Assistance

Guthrie’s Mark Stensager Human Service Fund has committed to providing financial assistance to those in need impacted by the recent floods.  Requests for awards of up to $500 per eligible household are being considered on a first-come, fir More...

Work Continuing on Flood Damaged Roads

PennDOT continues with recovery efforts related to flooding.  It may be necessary for Penn- DOT personnel and contractors to enter onto private property to carry out the emergency repairs necessary to protect damaged highways and bridges and to More...

Forkston

Frank and Ginny Miner have been busy attending the field hockey games of their granddaughter, Makiah, in Bloomsburg. Makiah is the goalie and they have some exciting games. More...

Dimock

We extend our deep sympathy to the Bonavita family on the loss of Stanley last week.  The meatloaf dinner at the Dimock Christian Community Church was a great success, serving over 150 people. Next Sunday, Sept. More...

Renovations to Begin on Historic DL&W Railroad Station

Nicholson Tourism Center

The Nicholson Heritage Association (NHA) has announced that renovations will commence on the Nicholson Tourism Center at the Historic Delaware, Lackawanna and Western (DL&W) Railroad Station. More...

Jenningsville

There hasn’t been much going on around since fair week. Now that school has started up, it is back to nearly normal. A couple more fairs are going on this week, like Bloomsburg. It has always been one to look forward to for a good many years. More...

Beaver Meadows

Jeanne Yurgatis said they had a whopping 28 kids enrolled in the Hunters Ed. Class that was recently held at the Tri County Sports Club in Silvara.  More...

Bradford-Tioga Head Start, Inc. Holds Program-Wide In-Service Days

All Bradford-Tioga Head Start, Inc. (BTHS) staff recently participated in in-service days on Aug. 9, 10, 13 and 14 at the Mansfield Fire Hall. More...

Boy Scouts Kick Off Popcorn Fundraiser

The Boy Scout popcorn sale is popping up again. Seventythree percent of revenue supports local scouting. On Sept. More...

Fire Policeman Seriously Injured At Monroe Twp. Accident Scene

A 62-year-old member of the Kunkle Fire Company was struck by a dump truck on Saturday, Sept. 22, in Monroe Township, Wyoming County, as he was directing traffic at the scene of a prior accident, authorities said.  More...

SCCTC Launches New Venture for Small Businesses

The Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center (SCCTC) hosted a grand opening event for their new Business Development Incubator (BDI) on Sept. 20. More...

Pickett Announces $850,000 Grant for Pipeline Extension

As a way to further develop a market for natural gas drilled in the Marcellus Shale along the Northern Tier, Rep. Tina Pickett recently announced a state grant worth $850,000 has been awarded to Valley Energy, Inc. More...

Outstanding Young Woman Program

“People’s Choice Award” Benefits Scholarship Fund

Back by popular demand, the 2019 Bradford-Sullivan Counties Outstanding Young Woman Program (OYW) will be facilitating the “People’s Choice Award” activity.  This award is primarily a “fun” fundraiser which benefits More...

Food for Profit Class Coming to Towanda

Penn State Extension is holding a Food for Profit workshop on Thursday, Nov. 1, from 8:45 a.m. More...

Seen ‘N’ Heard

Last week’s eyes belonged to Dollar General employee. Bernadette Norman. Ticket winners were Hannah Johnson and Walt Askew.  * * *  More...

Medicare Open Enrollment Begins

Every year, beginning Oct. 15 and ending on Dec. More...

Avoid Investment Scams in Wake of Hurricane Disasters

In the wake of widespread damage caused by Hurricane Florence, Secretary of Banking and Securities Robin L. Wiessmann recently cautioned investors to watch out for opportunistic investment or charitable scams. More...

PA Threatens Success of Bay Cleanup

On July 28, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its midpoint assessment of efforts to reduce pollution and restore water quality in local rivers, streams and the Chesapeake Bay.  In that assessment, the Chesapeake Bay Founda More...

Nimble

Bette Farr 570-833-2589

Nancy Comstock visited her older sister, Jan, in Point Pleasant, NJ, for Jan’s birthday on Thursday. Nancy and her other sister, Beth took Jan and her two daughters out for lunch at TGI Fridays and had a great time. More...

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