Hotels across Pennsylvania are struggling as the COVID-19 outbreak has caused occupancy rates to plummet in just the last few weeks.
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HARRISBURG – Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin announced the creation of the Pennsylvania Manufacturing Call to Action Portal Saturday, which will mobilize manufacturers that are producing COVID-19-related products and supplies or can pivot to producing …
HARRISBURG – State Senators Vincent Hughes (D-Philadelphia/Montgomery) and John Blake (D-Lackawanna/Luzerne/Monroe) unveiled their plan to help manufacturers retrofit their facilities to begin producing much-needed personal protection equipment as a response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Food banks and United Way agencies across FirstEnergy Corp.’s service areas will be receiving some $2 million in contributions to help with their COVID-19 response efforts through the FirstEnergy Foundation.
Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a bill Friday that would have given tax credits to petrochemical plants in northeastern Pennsylvania — the latest shot fired in a growing dispute between the administration and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.
HARRISBURG — The Department of Human Services announced a new tool available on the department’s website designed to help essential workers connect with child-care providers that have been granted a waiver by the department’s Office of Child Development and Early Learning to continue serving…
The Flowers by Donna storefront along Main Street in Towanda now bears a sign signifying its state government mandated closure as part of a widespread attempt to halt the spread of COVID-19.
Scot C. Sample, the executive director of Northern Tier Solid Waste Authority (NTSWA), stated in a press release that changes are going into effect starting Monday, March 23.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is making disaster assistance loans available to businesses impacted by COVID-19 after receiving several appeals for help from lawmakers Wednesday.
In an effort to help manage the outbreak of coronavirus, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board announced that all Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores across the state have closed indefinitely after 9 p.m. Tuesday, while the online store closed at 5 p.m. Monday.
While the sales of toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and paper towels have made national news, there is another set of items that has seen a lot of purchases in a small amount of time — guns and ammo.
With Gov. Tom Wolf issuing new directives to help control the spread of COVID-19, locally owned businesses are finding different ways to operate.
Nestled in multiple areas of Bradford County, residents can find easy access to Northern Tier Counseling and its services. “To welcome and serve all those seeking wellness, renewal, and hope,” is their mission statement and they’re expanding operations to provide more by not only adding to t…
July 1 kicks off the first day for the new location of Little Stars Learning Academy, LLC and Little Stars ABA Therapy and Counseling Center, LLC located at 203 South Elmer Ave. in Sayre.
Pictured from left to right: Melody Wright, Roger Wright, Shawna Wright, Karen Friedenberg, Barbara Long, and Martie Mingos pose together at the Happy Tails fundraiser.
The Central Bradford County Chamber of Commerce has postponed its annual Dinner and Awards Show, which was scheduled for March 26 at the Towanda Fire Hall, as a precaution related to COVID-19, according to a letter sent out Friday morning by CBCCC Executive Director Cait Monahon.
SAYRE BOROUGH — Cardiovascular physician Dr. Saurabh Sharma was honored Wednesday with the Pennsylvania Medical Society’s Everyday Hero Award, and it came just as he had wanted — in front of his colleagues during the Guthrie Medical Group’s quarterly membership meeting.
Breana J. Hicks (FKA), Breana J. Davidson and Jeremy Davidson to Abby E. Davenport of Athens for property in Athens Borough Third Ward for $127,000.
The Bradford County Humane Society received $1,319 from the holiday Dandy Canes fundraisers held at the Dandy Mini Mart stores in North Towanda and Greens Landing. The BCHS is a United Way agency and has been a no-kill shelter since 2012. Pictured, from left, are Lisa Shrimp-Weiss, manager f…
SAYRE — During the celebration of Go Red for Women, a movement to help women realize the dangers of heart disease, Dr. Felice Reitknecht, the chief of cardiac surgery at Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, explained 1 of 3 women’s deaths are attributed to cardiovascular disease.
Dozens of shoppers, the Towanda High School band, Wysox Township Supervisors Bill Them and T Thompson joined with the Central Bradford County Chamber of Commerce and the Gordmans staff to celebrate the store's official opening in the Bradford Towne Centre with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tu…
Members of the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomed Gordmans to Athens Township with a ribbon cutting Tuesday morning. As part of the store’s grand opening, it presented $1,000 to the Sayre Area School District. Gordmans is located in the former Peebles location next to Tractor Supply…
Pictured are Community Bank N.A. Community Relations Manager Alison Zurawski, CASA Program Coordinator Sarah Mule, Community Bank N.A. Pennsylvania President Barbara Maculloch and CASA Executive Director John Aciukewicz.
Pennsylvania’s workforce development boards recently received $2.4 million to help prepare students for in-demand careers through schools and employers.
Gordmans will not only be cutting ribbons at its 23 new stores across Pennsylvania on Feb. 18, but it will also be presenting $1,000 donations to local school districts in each store’s location, according to a recent announcement from the company.
A new report by The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania shows that Guthrie’s three Pennsylvania-based hospitals in Sayre, Troy, and Towanda have brought $814.5 million into the region’s economy during the 2018 fiscal year while supporting more than 4,000 jobs.
Mabel A. Manchester Estate, Faye L. Young Executor and Debra S. Young Executor to Bradley Rockwell of Monroeton for property in Orwell Township for $57,000.
Guthrie recently purchased a new scoreboard for the Sayre Area High School gymnasium. Pictured: Dr. Donald Phykitt, medical director, Guthrie Sports Medicine; Dayton Handrick, principal, Sayre Area High School; and student athletes from the wrestling, basketball and volleyball teams.
Guthrie has recently become affiliated with Temple’s Advanced Heart Failure program, a partnership that connects patients with advanced heart services, according to Guthrie Cardiovascular Services Chief Dr. Daniel Sporn.
The Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce will be bringing together members of the Valley area business community once again for the 24th Annual United Valley Business Banquet.
Like the Bon Ton and Macy’s before it Sears at the Arnot Mall in Horseheads is going out of business. Signs declaring “Everything must go” are impossible to miss inside the store and employees are telling customers that they expect the store to close for good sometime in April. No reason was…