TOWANDA – During the Bradford County Tourism Promotion Agency’s meeting on Monday, Executive Director Robyn Cummings gave an update on a cooperative project to bring a bike-packing trail to the region.

HARRISBURG – Bradford County Magisterial District Judge Timothy M. Clark was again certified for service as a member of the Pennsylvania Judiciary after successfully completing continuing legal education course work.   

HARRISBURG – Bradford County Magisterial District Judge Fred M. Wheaton was again certified for service as a member of the Pennsylvania Judiciary after successfully completing continuing legal education course work.

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Former Towanda High School Speech and Debate coach Julie Larnard-Newbury recognized standout speech and debate students who qualified for national competition last year during Monday’s Towanda School Board meeting. The initial recognition highlighted the achievements of Aidan Hennessy, Kylie…

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ATHENS — The Athens School Board meeting at SRU Elementary ended abruptly on Tuesday night as a member of the public refused to wear a mask while attempting to speak to the board during the visitor comment section.

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SOUTH CREEK TOWNSHIP — Fassett Grange recognized one man’s 75-years of membership to their organization on Saturday.

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TOWANDA BOROUGH — A Pennsylvania tour group had the opportunity to visit a treasured local diner in Towanda.

Greetings. I am not necessarily going to go in this order, but these will be the topics of discussion. And I will ramble on in between topics.

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Troy students removed the theatre seats from the C&N Bank for The Troy Sale Barn Operating Committee on Columbus Day. Even though it was their day off from school, members of the varsity football team helped remove the second floor seats of the old Half Shire Court House, which were dona…

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NORTH TOWANDA TOWNSHIP – Bradford County’s new John Mosser Public Safety Center will host a panel discussion about the future of energy in rural areas such as Bradford County next week.

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The decision for who will sit on Sayre’s School Board still remains in the voters’ hands this Nov. 2. The ballot will contain four Democratic/Republican candidates and one Libertarian candidate, Jaimee Alsing.

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COVID-19 continues to impact the Bradford County Correctional Facility, but not as badly as when the most recent outbreak was first reported during last month’s Prison Board meeting.

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TOWANDA BOROUGH – A little more than a week has passed since the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office began operating out of the former Ben Franklin building, and it’s a move that Sheriff C.J. Walters is grateful for as they finish the final elements of their move.

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Pennsylvania hit a self-imposed vaccination target this week as Gov. Tom Wolf announced 70% of the state’s adult population are now fully immunized against COVID-19.

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TOWANDA BOROUGH – Main Street is looking a little more festive for Halloween after nearly 200 Towanda High School art students descended on Towanda Borough’s downtown Thursday to paint around 90 windows in anticipation of the Towanda Fire Department’s upcoming Halloween Parade.

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Multiple attendees of a Canton school board meeting refused to wear masks and stated their opposition to the district’s mask mandate on Thursday.

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The Troy Area School District’s Board of Education addressed what the penalties or fines would be for refusing to enforce mask mandates at their Tuesday meeting.

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Athens homecoming royalty poses for a picture. Pictured above are Mr. Athens, Darell Smith, and Homecoming Queen, Caydence Macik.

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Sayre’s 2021 Homecoming Queen, Gianna Quattrini, receives congratulatory kisses from the captains of the football team during Saturday night’s Homecoming festivities.

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ORWELL TOWNSHIP — Northeast Bradford Superintendent William Clark originally intended on taking legal action regarding the Pennsylvania mask mandate for schools. However, after advice from the district’s solicitor, the Northeast Bradford School District is no longer seeking to take legal act…

A video that shows an unidentified man allegedly stuffing multiple ballots into a drop box in Scranton during the May primary election elicited criticism from state Republican lawmakers this week who say it illustrates the security flaws they want to address.

CANTON BOROUGH — An in-person sign-up clinic for code red alerts is being developed for Canton residents who do not have access to computers.