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One can’t drive far through Bradford County without spotting rolling fields of corn, dairy cattle and a wide variety of other agricultural products.

Pennsylvania saw its weekly unemployment claims continue a seven-week decline, though they still remain elevated far above normal, according to the latest numbers released by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Due to COVID-19, three local Girl Scout troops had been struggling to sell their remaining Girl Scout cookies, as cookie booth sales are currently not allowed. The Chemung CVS Distribution Center purchased 600 boxes from the troops to donate to their essential workers at the distribution cen…

The U.S. Navy announced that India has become the fourth international country to add Lockheed Martin’s MH-60R helicopter to their fleet, impacting the Owego facility. India joins Australia, Denmark and Saudi Arabia in selecting the world’s most advanced maritime helicopter.

Pennsylvania recorded another 75,000 new jobless claims, continuing a seven-week trend of declining claims but still about five times more than what the state saw before the coronavirus outbreak began. About 1.8 million Pennsylvanians have filed for unemployment over the past eight weeks.

In recognition of May as Mental Health Awareness Month and the counties moving into the “yellow” phase, Northern Tier Counseling is celebrating by having a week’s worth of different daily themes. Tuesday was Tropical Tuesday. Pictured, from left, are Stephanie Carr, Missy Forry, Paul DeNault…

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While the recent federal Paycheck Protection Program was a lifeline to some Pennsylvania small businesses, the fact the tap on the initial $350 billion allocation went dry left some enterprises still trying to stay afloat in a sea of unknowns.

Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin announced the creation of the Business-to-Business Interchange Directory to connect organizations and businesses directly to manufacturers producing COVID-19-related products and supplies.

HARRISBURG — For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, Pennsylvania general acute care hospitals’ uncompensated care (combination of bad debt and charity care) has increased in fiscal year 2019 (FY19) from $750 million in FY18 to $820 million, an increase of 9.3%, in FY19.

Glenn F. Gaul, Bonnie N. Gaul, Jeffrey Flemming, James P. Flemming, Susan Zakrzewski, Jerome Zakrzewski, Melanie Zakrzewski, Jerry Marks, Jennifer Marks and Shaun M. Gaul to Joshua R. Marks, Jeffrey Flemming, James P. Flemming, Susan Zakrzewski, Jerome Zakrzewski, Jerry Marks and Shaun M. Ga…

Doctors, nurses, and other professional staff from Ithaca-based Cayuga Health are departing this morning on a trip to help out with the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City.

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…

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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.

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.