June 19, 2017 RSS feed / Local

Glancing Backward, June 19, 2017

Today is Monday, June 19, the 170th day of 2017. More...

Marriage licenses, June 18, 2017

The following marriage licenses were recorded recently at the Bradford County Courthouse: Howard A. Wilson, 70, of Rome to Sarah D. More...

Glancing Backward, June 18, 2017

Today is Sunday, June 18, the 169th day of 2017. There are 196 days left in the year. More...

PennDOT's Bradford County maintenance activity schedule

PennDOT’s maintenance schedule for the week of June 19: SR 1055: Battle Creek Road, Rome Township, bridge repair County wide: Washing bridges SR 2008: Marsh Road, Albany Township, bank removal SR 0014: Canton Township, patching&nb More...

TASD welcomes new board member

TROY — Troy School District welcomed Susan May to the Board of Education on June 13, her involvement effective immediately. May is stepping in to replace Rebecca Nauta, who resigned from the board in May. More...

Bradford among top Pa. counties receiving impact fee monies

PUC details $173 million distribution of gas drilling impact fees; total fee distribution now tops $1 billion

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) has posted detailed information about this year's distribution of impact fees on natural gas producers, totaling $173,258,900, on the PUC's interactive Act 13 website.  More...

Fencing down, fellowship up

TROY — A team of volunteers from ALLETE/Armenia Mountain Wind unfenced generosity, quite literally, as part of a United Way Day of Caring on Thursday.  More...

YMCA to continue Livestrong program

Currently seeking new participants

TOWANDA — The River Valley Region YMCA is preparing to offer another 12-week Livestrong at the YMCA program for those affected by cancer.  More...

Sketch released of serial NEPA bank robber

DUNMORE — The Pennsylvania State Police have released a composite sketch of the serial bank robber responsible for at least 12 bank robberies in four counties in NEPA after an eye witness was able to provide details to a state police sketch artist.&n More...

Rising costs of higher education plunge working-class enrollment, study finds

The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center released a study recently concerning rising tuition and housing costs of schools within Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education and how those costs impact the enrollment rates of moderate-income famil More...

Glancing Backward, June 17, 2017

Today is Saturday, June 17, the 168th day of 2017. More...

Bradford-Wyoming Literacy Program gives out awards at banquet

WYSOX — The Wysox Fire Hall was filled with the light laughter of accomplishment Thursday night as it hosted the Bradford-Wyoming County Literacy Program’s Annual Recognition Banquet.  More...

AG investigation 'going straight into the boardrooms of pharmaceutical companies'

HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro is working with a bipartisan coalition of a majority of attorneys general from across the country in an ongoing investigation to evaluate whether manufacturers have engaged in unlawful practices in the marke More...

HB 218 cuts have Dept. of Agriculture, DEP worried about the future

HARRISBURG — Cuts included in a House of Representatives budget bill now making its way through the Senate have the heads of Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture and Environmental Protection concerned about the future.  More...

Glancing Backward, June 16, 2017

Today is Friday, June 16, the 167th day of 2017. There are 198 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History:  More...

Possible changes surface during Troy School Board tax talk

TROY — Troy School District could soon see big adjustments, such as an elimination of the high school assistant principal position, lighting updates, demolition of the former TECE building, and a possible shut down of Croman Elementary school, as wel More...

Rotary recognizes Troy's top ten

TROY — Troy VFW was filled with smiles Wednesday night, running a tight race in whose were bigger, award givers or award receivers. Troy Rotary hosted their 9th Annual Awards Ceremony, which started at 7 p.m. More...

Party at cabin leaves mess, damaged ATV, charges for host

ATHENS TOWNSHIP — A Sayre woman faces several charges more than a year-and-a-half after a small get together she had planned at a hunting cabin on Sunnyfield Drive in Athens Township turned into a party.  More...

AG Shapiro and 10 attorneys general sue U.S. Energy Department over stalled energy-efficiency rules

HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro is suing the U.S. More...

Glancing Backward, June 15, 2017

Today is Thursday, June 15, the 166th day of 2017. More...

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