John W. Babcock and Crystal Babcock to Gunnar C. Grace and Melinda Harkness for property in Rome Borough for $150,000.
TOWANDA BOROUGH – Towanda On The Rocks went pink Friday in support of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, which provides emotional support, financial assistance, education, and other services to those battling the disease.
Hudock Capital Group recently donated $5,000 to the Hope Endures campaign in support of the Sayre House of Hope. The Sayre House of Hope provides affordable temporary housing to Guthrie patients and families who travel to the Sayre campus for daily treatments or in support of patients with a…
The Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce presented its 2020 Businessperson of the Year Award to Waverly Central School District Superintendent Dr. Eric Knolles at its annual banquet on Wednesday night.
WYSOX TOWNSHIP — When the flood of 2011 hit Bradford County, shops on Golden Mile Road in Wysox were no exception to the damage it dealt to the area.
SAYRE — Keystone Cards, the Valley’s own trading card store, is under new ownership. The name has also been modified to Keystone Cards and Games, to better reflect a broadened approach to the tabletop gaming industry.
The Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Rise & Shine Community Center, located at 411 S. Main Street in Athens Borough, on Friday. The ribbon cutting was part of a grand opening ceremony. Rise & Shine Community Center features a variety of events, including l…
WYSOX TOWNSHIP – Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative Board Chairman Charles Bullock reported that the provider is “stronger than ever and ready to provide a brighter future for our members.”
MANSFIELD – The First Citizens Community Bank has launched a donation collection to help Pennsylvania residents who have been affected by Hurricane Ida.
The members of the Total Chaos automative sales, repairs, notary, and tow services family celebrate the grand opening of their business with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 11 in Towanda.
Over the next 10 years, about $368.7 million is scheduled be spent bringing high speed internet to homes and businesses in Pennsylvania that are underserved or do not have broadband access that meets current federal standards.
Pennsylvania’s underwhelming renewable energy targets undermine the industry’s growth around the state, companies said, leaving jobs and electricity savings on the table.
The 14th Annual Maroon & Gray Golf Tournament is offering a new contest this year. Thanks to Snell Auto Sales, participants can win a car with a hole-in-one on the specified hole. The $85 entrance fee covers this contest, as well as other golf outing activities on Sept. 25 at the Towanda…
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Jessica Heyer and Lisa Milne, of C&N Bank recently visited TACO food pantry. Their purpose was to present TACO with a check for $2,452.68 from the bank’s annual “Giving Back, Giving Together” campaign. Each year, the branch votes on a mission and which organizations receive funding. This…
q Hundreds of thousands of claimants in Pennsylvania still don’t know when, or if, they’ll receive unemployment compensation as the Sept. 4 expiration for the enhanced $300 federal benefit nears.
Blockchain technology is an emerging segment in the world of finance and computing, and at least one Pennsylvania lawmaker wants the Keystone State to be on the cutting edge as it develops.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced that $1 million in the 2021 Small Business Advantage Grant is available to small business and farmers.
The Bradford County Branch YMCA is nearing the end of its pool season, which featured 60 swimming lessons, several pool parties, and 10 free community swim days. On Saturday, Green’s Auto Mart of Wysox will sponsor another community swim day from noon to 6 p.m., while the Shoppes on 220 will…
The Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce recently presented the CHOICES Program with a $1,000 contribution from a portion of the proceeds of the 2021 Joe Wolf Memorial Golf Tournament held earlier this month.
Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative members elected one new director and returned two incumbents to the board of directors during the cooperative’s 2021 annual meeting held Tuesday, July 27, at the Troy Fairgrounds.
TOWN OF NICHOLS — Tanya Tucker has cancelled the benefit concert scheduled for Friday at Tioga Downs Casino Resort as she continues to recover from ongoing medical treatment.
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has assessed an $85,666 penalty from Sunoco Pipeline LP (Sunoco) for violations related to the construction of the Mariner East 2 pipeline in four Pennsylvania counties: Blair, Cumberland, Juniata, and Lebanon. The vi…
The Pennsylvania Department of State announced recently that professional licensing waivers issued under the COVID-19 disaster declaration will begin to expire in the coming weeks.
CANTON BOROUGH — Business development in downtown Canton Borough took a step forward in an announcement at the Canton Borough Council meeting on Monday.
This past spring, Applebee’s Grill + Bar in Sayre hosted a Make-A-Wish® tote bag sale and in-store basket raffle to benefit Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia. From its efforts, Applebee’s raised $9,912 to help create life-changing wishes for local kids facing critical illne…
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry is hosting PA CareerLink Day Thursday as a way to connect residents looking for work with businesses that are hiring.
Nine students from six regional school districts, including Northeast Bradford and Wyalusing, learned about health care careers during the Northern Tier Industry and Education Consortium’s recent annual health care career experience summer program.
SAYRE – The Guthrie Weight Loss Center and Wellness Committee is holding the 5th Annual Food Farm Family Festival (F3) on Saturday, Aug. 7, in Howard Elmer Park in Sayre from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will feature more than 30 local vendors selling locally produced foods, wellness goods, c…
SAYRE — Dave Radigan, co-owner of Choice 102, believes that the Fourth Annual Stuff the Bus campaign will allow the Valley area to come together and do what the community does best – give back.
The Dunn Group’s 2021 Golf Outing raised $2,000 for the Main Link’s Housing Assistance Program in memory of Paul Sweitzer, who passed away in March at the age of 71. “We at The Dunn Group cherish the memory of our dear friend, Paul Sweitzer,” the business said in a statement. “He will be rem…