The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center will offer a two-part webinar series to help local farmers and individuals planning to sell food and other products at farmers markets across the region this season. Building a Great Farmers’ Market Booth, Part One will take place …
Treasurer Stacy Garrity and Acting Secretary of Labor & Industry Jennifer Berrier announced Monday that the two agencies have recaptured nearly $800 million of unemployment benefits targeted by fraudsters.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said Thursday his office filed theft charges against one of the state’s largest contractors, accusing the company of violating prevailing wage laws and stealing millions from its employees.
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives unanimously approved two bills Monday that eased some of the state’s liquor rules in effort to aid current and former establishments impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative has entered into an asset purchase agreement to acquire the Waverly, N.Y., electric distribution assets of Pennsylvania Electric Co. (Penelec), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp.
Guthrie’s three Pennsylvania hospitals have provided $888.8 million to the region’s economy for the fiscal year of 2019-2020, according to a new report from The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania.
ATHENS TOWNSHIP — Tops employees at the Athens Township store celebrated 25 years in the Valley Friday with the opening of the store’s time capsule.
The effects of the pandemic over the past year were unpredictable both for private business and government agencies, but the Pennsylvania Lottery seems to have weathered it relatively unscathed.
A group of Republican senators said this week the state of Pennsylvania should deliver more financial and tax relief to small businesses struggling amid the pandemic.
WYSOX — A couple of years ago, Michele Ackley was in Florida visiting her in-laws. It was Christmas, and they were able to relax and spend family time together.
Tops’ Check Out Hunger and Food for Families campaigns raised more than 55,000 pounds of food, or 3.25 million meals through its most recent Check Out Hunger campaign, officials announced Monday.
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry is increasing call center staff in an effort to provide faster assistance and avoid the backlogs that have plagued the department over the past year.
The Guthrie Federal Credit Union has changed its name to the Guthrie Community Credit Union, which officials say signifies an expansion of available membership and better reflects the area it serves.
On March 8, Tioga Downs Casino and Resort, located on River Road in Nichols, New York donated approximately 5,000 Easter dinners, with all of the fixings, to The Food Bank of the Southern Tier. Pictured with the donation check, from left, are Natasha Thompson, president and CEO of the Food B…
Gov. Tom Wolf’s continued call to increase Pennsylvania’s minimum wage was scrutinized at a recent budget hearing with the head of the state’s Independent Fiscal Office.
The Towanda Area Elementary School was one of more than 500 schools nationwide to receive appreciation boxes from Round Room LLC’s TCC stores, the company announced Friday.
WYSOX TOWNSHIP – After living in different parts of the country as a PGA professional since 1988, Joe Acla is fulfilling a lifelong dream with taking over ownership of the Towanda Country Club.
Bradford County businesses that lost revenue due to COVID-19 will be able to apply for $5,000 state hospitality grant awards starting Monday.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection ordered Sunoco Pipeline L.P., which operates numerous petroleum and natural gas pipelines in Pennsylvania, to pay $497,000 as a result of a consent order and agreement for violating the Clean Streams Law, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat …
Pennsylvania’s Liquor Control Board on Tuesday defended the governor’s swift decision to close approximately 600 Fine Wine and Good Spirits stores amid the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The head of a Pennsylvania agency tasked with granting or denying businesses non-closure waivers in the early days of COVID-19 was in the hot seat recently as he faced a House panel.
Environmental experts said Thursday momentum behind the new presidential administration brings the promise of a comprehensive methane rule in sight – a move that would have a significant impact on Pennsylvania, one of the top natural gas-producing states.
All fresh and creamy-looking, the dough lies in balls in a red box. Danny Broderick takes one and presses it out flat on the wooden table. Then he picks it up and – fling! – tosses it into the air. He catches the dough, then puts it in a round pan, pushing and shaping just so.
Adams and Associates recently stepped into its role as operator for a new combined Keystone Job Corps Center and Red Rock Job Corps Center contract.
The River Valley Regional YMCA is continuing into 2021 with additional safety measures as it encourages people to focus on their mental and physical health in the new year.
The job market in Pennsylvania shrank across all sectors in 2020, rivaling record lows set during the Great Recession a decade earlier, according to a new report.
Hospitality-related businesses in Bradford County will have $683,240 in block grant funding available for COVID-19 relief through Senate Bill 109, a $2.43 million COVID-19 relief package that was signed into law last week by Gov. Tom Wolf.
Marcellus Shale conventional well developer Range Resources Appalachia LLC was fined $294,000 for not plugging inactive wells that should have been declared abandoned under the 2012 Oil and Gas Act, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced Wednesday.
Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative will be forming a separate affiliate to bring high-speed internet to some areas of its service territory after winning federal support through the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund auction in November.
The Federal Communications Commission has awarded Tri-Co Connections, the broadband internet subsidiary of Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative, $1.1 million in annual support for 10 years to bring fiber-optic internet service to portions of Potter, Tioga, Bradford and Lycoming counties.
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Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative’s long-time top executive, President and CEO Craig Eccher, will be retiring from his post in May, closing out a career with the co-op that spanned three decades.
The Pennsylvania Senate approved a bill Wednesday that aims to provide $145 million in state aid to bars and restaurants crushed under ongoing pandemic restrictions.
First Citizens Community Bank recently donated $1,000 to Canton Area School District to benefit the district’s FFA and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports programs. Misti Machmer, of First Citizens Community Bank, presented Canton Superintendent Eric Briggs with the donation check…
Paradigm Labs has donated and distributed thousands of bottles of hand sanitizers across Pennsylvania through the United Way Network – Bradford County being the most recent recipient of 400 bottles for agency partners.